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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 7 January 1892

fN jy ALBERT SCHEFFER WANTED Jf Mr. Scheft'er is a Candidate His Opponent Will Not be in It. The last legislature reappor tioned the State into seven con gressional districts, the .counties of Ramsey, Washington, Chisago, Isanti and Kanabec constituting the Fifth district. It can he seen xit a glance that this district must be a doubtful one unless the Re publicans go to work in earnest and put a good man into the field as their congressional nominee next year. He must be a good man for the position and one who cannot only carry his party vote in Ramsey and Washington coun ties, but who, through his personal popularity, will be able to draw considerable support from the op posing factions. The Press has not noticed that any one has yet been mentioned as a candidate, nor does it know of any man who wishes a nomination, but it be lieves that Hon. Albert Scheffer, of St. Paul, would be the strong est man the Republicans could put into the field. Mr. Scheffer is very popular in both Ram...

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. — 14 January 1892

s iommerci Princeton, Minn. H. NEWBERT, Prop. Free 'Bus From anfl To all Trains. SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS FOR TRAVELIN SALESMEN AN TRANSIENT GUESTS. The Commercial Motel is Firet-Clnw in all Its ap pointments, iind the Aim of the Mmiagement is to make the Guests Comfaniible. When yon visit Princeton Stop at the Commercial Hotel. NORTH STAR HOTEL, PRINCETON. MINN MRS. 0. R. BARKER Proprietor. This excellent Hotel is centrally located, is un eqtialed in this section of the State. The Traveling Public will here Had a first Class Sample .Room An Excellent Table, Good Beds And Well Furnished Rooms, ALSO GOOD STABLING ACCOMMODATIONS. Merchant Tailor Shop, JOHN JOHNSON, Prop., Main Street, Over Rines's Store, Princeton, Minn. A NICE LINE OF DOMESTIC AN IM PORTED GOODS. CUSTOMERS CAN ALSO ORDER BY SAMPLES. Perfect Fits and First Class Work manship Gauranteed. FRANK HENSE, Pres't. CHAS. ERICKSON, Vice Pres't. .S. S. PETTERSON, Cashier. Milie Lacs County Bank, -OP- PRINCETON, MINNESOTA. Capital...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 14 January 1892

THE NEW'YEAR. The Outlook for Eighteen Hundred and Ninety-Two. During the Coming Twelve Months "Thou Shalt Die". BROOKLYN, N. Y.,[Special.]Dr. Talmage read several passages relating to antediluvian longevity, making characteristic comment as he re. id, and then preached from the ominous words, Jeremiah xxviii, 16 "l'lui year thou shalt die." Jei miah, accustomed to saying bold ili'ngs, addresses Hannaniah in th jse rl fv ords. They prove true. In 60 days Hannaniah had .departed this life Tin is the first Sabbath oftheyear. It is ii line for review and tor antici pat ion A man must be a genius at atupi lity \\\\o does not think so. The old .-ar died in giving birth to theunsafe neu, as the life of Jane Seymour, the English queen, departed when that of her son, Edward VI, dawned. The old year was a queen. The new shall be a king. The grave ot the one and the cradle of the other are side by side. We can hardly guess what the child will be. It is only two days old, bit I prophesy for it...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 14 January 1892

?v srod *%*"& A SADDUCEE., BY EVA WILDER MCGLASSON. The people who had rented the little red cottage to the right of the Shak ers' toll-gate had moved out leaving things as usual, much the worse of their brief occupancy. "1 shall take it on myself to cut the grass and mend the front shutter," said Brother Boone Hinson as he drove past, and saw golden shamelessly flaunting itself among the knee-high Aveeds in the scrap of a yard. It was Shaker land clear to the Ken- tucKy River, two miles away, and an inch unkempt sward was a grievous offense not to be tolerated. "It is always this way with tenants" sighed Brother Boone. "I wish we dn't have to rent our unused houses to woi'ld's people." He sighed again, casting an austere eye on the toll-gate house, a low-browed dwelling which sat scowling by the green way-side. The girl who Had come a few months ago to live with her aunt, Mrs. Meeks, the toll-gate keeper, looked apathet ically at Brother Boone as she swung the pole over his mul...

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. — 14 January 1892

rx PRINCETON UNION. PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY. TE^^^^S, $2.00 E'er *3Tear. iR DUNN EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR ornos mi STORE, MAIM MB 5 1 PK1N0L1ON, M1MT JAN 14, 1892 LATEST dispatches from Wash ington: Chili must come to time promptly or fight. An ulti matum has been cabled to Minister Esau to that effect. HON. W. A. FLEMING, PIONEER PRESS: of Brain erd, thinks the new election law of Minnesota is unconstitutional, and he quotes from the supreme court decisions of several States to maintain his views. HE sheriff of St. Louis county seem& to have considerable busi ness to transact with the newspa pers of Duluth. There are too many newspapers in the Zenith City. The place cannot support more than one daily in decent shape. There are fort}' one planks in Donnelly's platfoim. It is a marvelous col lection ot the S\A eepincs of every bankrupt political junk shop and of all the discarded fakes that have been standing jests of the nation for the last few years. ON being asked if S. M. Owen ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 14 January 1892

S Great Northern Railway. Eastern Minnesota. Daily Ex. Snn. Le 8t Paul Minneapolis. Elk River. PRINOKTON Milaca Ar. Duluth P.M. 1-05 Daily Ex. Sun. Le Duluth Mllucu PRINCETON Elk River... Minneapolis Ar St. Paul ..1:80 2-30 3:03 3 80 .7 00 P.M. .1:00 ..4-26 ..4.47 6:20 0:35 ..7.03 This train connects with trains going west at Elk River and Milaca. Princeton Accommodation. Tues Thurs & Sat. 601NG SOURU. A.M. Milacn 6:00 Smile's Siding. 6 22 1 ong'o biding.. 6 45 PRINCETON. 7^ 5 Zimmerman. 8.15 Elk River 9.15 Minneapolis ...10:80 Ar bt Paul. 10:55Ar Mon., Wed. & Fri. GOlNO NORTH. P. M. Le. St. Paul 8:80 Minneapolis ...4,10 Elk Ri\er 5:20 Zimmerman... 6:25 PKtNCETON ....7.00 Long's Siding 7:20 Senile's Siding. 7:40 Milacn 8 05 These trains go south Tnesdays Thurtdinv and Saturdays, and north Moudaje, Wednesdays and Fndnjs St. Cloud & Hinckley Division of the G. N. Railway. GOING BAST GOlNO WK8T. Foreston..L 8"20A. M. I Mtlnca Le 8-45P.M Milaca..." 8:43 I Foreeton 4-05" Atte...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 14 January 1892

pfv** rr- $% /N w% R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms:2.00 per year in advance. STEPHEN E. ELKINS, the new Secre tary of War neither smokes nor drinks, except to take a little wine at table, and lives inexpensively for a man of his means. RUSSIA has the smallpox, typhoid fever, influenza, famine and the worst form of government on earth. I does not seem as if'it should be necessary to issue an edict to force people to leave such a country. As there is no room for doubt of widespread suffering from famine in Russia it is an ungrateful task a few subjects of the czar have undertaken to deny the fact. Their utterances will probably keep considerable relief from reaching the sufferers. AN underground theatre is the latest Chicago idea. Th pular im pression that Chicago real estate is the roof over hades ought to be sufficient discouragement to prevent any "mon keying" with the cellar floors of the 28-story buildings in the Lake City. I the Washington newspaper cor respondents are as enterpris...

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. — 14 January 1892

i*i.*t%'' FARMERS' ALLIANCE The State Convention of the Farm ers' -Alliance Meets in Min neapolis. Ignatius Donnelly Re-elected Presi dent Without Much Oppo- sition. MINNEAPOLIS ^INN. SpecialThe An nual convention of the Minnesota Farm ers' Alliance convened in Minneapolis With nbout GOO delegates present. They were welcomed on behalf of the city by Mayor Winston, in a very appro priate speech, 0, F. Erickson welcomed the delegates in the name of the Minneapolis wage worker. A committee on credentials was aps pointed, of which Andrew Steenerson of Polk was made chairman. Johnson of Pipestone was made reading clerk, Kinner of Jackson document clerk, and Greenman of Dodge assistant secretary. President Donnelly then delivered his annual address. He opened up with some alliance statistics, then with an explana tion ol the failure to get out the 57,000 fiamphlets containing Alliance literature. Ie expressed dissatisfaction'with the work of the lecture bureau during the past year -and sa...

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. — 14 January 1892

I Proceedings of County Com missioners. AUDITORS OFFICE, Mille Lues Comity, Minn., Princeton, Jan. 5th, 1892.The bonrd of county commissioners met in unnusil session full bonrd present, with B. M. VnnAIstetn county auditor as clerkrf the board. The tlrst business coming be fore the board was the election of a chairman of said board for the ensuing yeur. George Buck re ceived majority of the votes cast and was de clared chairman for said ensuing year. Tne following bills weie audited and allowed as stated: Brown, Tracy & Co., blanks and books for county officers $8125 Wm. Dowdell^coustable fees in case of State vs. O'Connor, Eyan and Mc Cleary 58 38 Pioneer Press Co., 1 copy holder for audi tor 850 Henry Applegate, watering, trees, setting posts and putting wood in courthouse. 14 75 N. E. Jesmer, mdse. for county poor 4 07 wood for court house 1125 Wm. Botick, justice fees in caso of State vs. O'Connor, Kyan and Cleary 5 75 A. F. Howard, sheriff's fees and mileage serving notices...

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. — 21 January 1892

R. C. DUNN, Publisher of New York Princeton, Minn. H. NEWBERT, Prop. Free 'Bus Froi ana To all Trams, FRANK HENSE, Prea't. CHAS ERICKSON, Vioe Pres't. S. S. HeTTERSON, Cashier. MiH 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, Chase National Bank, IN BUSINESS AGAIN! Wish to Inform their Friends that they have moved into the Murray Building with a Full Line of Their Goods are all New, and Bought at Bottom Prices and they Propose to sell them on a Very Small Margin. They will be Pleased to see their old customers and friends. Re- member the place, Murray Building. bPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS FORDiscountes TKAVEL1NG bALE&MEN AND TRANSIENT GUEblS. The Commercial Hotel is First Class in all Its ap pointmentH nnd the Aim of the Management 18 to make the Guests Comfortable \V hen yon vit.it Prince...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 21 January 1892

SEW*1 W 4, 1 MY SXAfi When the shades of evening gather And the sun sinks out of sight, A brilliant star arising, Illumines all the nignt. I never miss the sunshine, Because I have my star Tho' I never hope to leach it, 1 worship from atar Sweet' do you see my meaning? The sun may sink from sight, But I can turn and worship, Thy radiant, holy light. 'Tis you I mean fair Lyra, You that I mean, no other, All light grows dim, andlaiut, and pale, Ueside my starmy mothei. POLLY STOCKWELL. THE GHOST OFELM CKEEK. BY MARIGOIiD. HAT do you think?" ejaculated Rich Robert son, in a tone indicative of the most profound dis may, as he i glanced up irom the letter he was perusing. It makes my head ache to think said his dark-eyed little wife, who was hus.hins her baby to sleep "Aunt Trib is coming"' in sepul chral tones. "Look out Deliadon't let the boy fall' Yes, she will be here tomorrow. Listen my child, and don't let yo ur wits go wool gather ing He read aloud as follows Dear Nephew I shall b...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 21 January 1892

SUN-DIAL OF AHAZ. Dr. Talmage Advises People Not to Allow Themselves to Be Scared Out of Life. At the First Sneeze of Grip Do Not Give Up All as Lost. Don't Watch for Symptoms. Brooklyn, N. Y [Special.]Dr. Tal mage's sermon was full of brightness and good cheer. His text was: II, Kings,20:ll, "And Isaiah, the prophet, cried unto the Lord: and he brought the shadow ten degrees backward by which it had gone down in the dial ot Ahaz." Here is the first clock or watch or chronometer or any time piece of which the world has any knowledge. But it was a watch that did not tick and a clock that did not strike. It was a sun-dial. Ahaz the King invented it. Between the hours given to state craft and the cares of office he invent ed something by which he could tell the time of the day. This sun-dial may have been a great col umn, and when the shadow of that column reached one point it was 9 o'clock a. m., and when it reached an other point it was 3 o'clock p.m., and all the hours and half hour...

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. — 21 January 1892

-IK' PRINCETON UNION. PUBLISHED EVEUY THURSDAY. 'I'EIiR.IMIS, $2.00 IFez "STear. iR DUNN EIMTO AND PROPRIETOR. urncs ana1K smu, im DVE PRINCETON, MINN, JAN 21, 1892 STAND by your option bill, Senator Washburn. I is a meri torious measure. Never mind the kicking' of the wheat gamblers and their high-sounding resolutions. ENFORCE the game laws in the so-called Mi lie Lacs reservation, Mr. Game Warden. The game laws are violated daily by Indians and white men in the Mille Lacs remon. ONE of the neatest-appearing newspapers that comet, to this of fice is the Todd Count}' Argus. It is not only neat-appearing but it is also ably and honestly edited. The ub'gus is a^ model country new spaper. HCXN ALBERT SCHEFFER is the choice of the Isanti County Press for congressman in the Fifth dis trict. The Press is "barking up the right tree" this time sure. Schefler is about the only Repub lican that could be elected in that district. MODESTY, our innate modesty, prevents us from reproducing in the...

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. — 21 January 1892

f Great Northern Railway. Eastern Minnesota. Daily Ex. Snn. p. M. Le. JBt. Panl 1:05 Minneapolis,...1:30 Elk River 8:80 PRINOKTOM 8:08 Mllaca ..3:80 Ar. Duluth 7:00 GOING BAST. Forsion..Le. 8:20 A. M. Milaca.... 8:48 JOSEPH NOKES, Adjt. Daily Ex. Snn. P. M. Le. Dnluth 1:00 Milaca 4:27 4 1 PRINCETON ....4:46 Elk River 5:20 Minneapolis ...6:35 Ar.St. Paul 7:03 This train connects with trains going west at Elk River and Milnca. Princeton Accommodation. Mon., Wed. & Fri. GOING NORTH. P.M. Le, St. Pawl 8:80 Minneapolis ...4 10 Elk River 6:20 Zimmerman....6:25 PRINCETON ....7:00 Long's Siding..7:20 8onle's Siding..7:40 Ar. Milaca 8:05 Tues., Thurs. & Sat. GOING 80URH. A.K. Le. Milaca.... 6:00 Sonle's Siding. 6:22 Long's Siding.. 6:45 PRINCETON 7:26 Zimmerman... Bil-S ElkRiver 9:15 Minneapolis.. .10:80 Ar.St. Paul 10:55 These trains go south Tuesdays. Thursdays and Saturdays, and north Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. St. Cloud & Hinckley Division of the G. N. Railway. GOING WE...

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. — 21 January 1892

j)rhu[et Wnim E. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms:2.00 per year in advance. THE Norwegian composer. Greig, and his wife have just been celebrating the twenty-fifth anniversary of their public appearance. NEW HALPSHIRE'S war Governer, Nathaniel S. Berry, of Bristol, is now 96 years old, but he walks about the villige every day when the wheather is fine, and has the unimpaired use of all his faculties. MR. PETER JACKSON, of Australia, knocked out two ambitious pugilists at Chicago the other night in the presence of 4,000 representative citi zens of that metropolis. Mr. Jackson is the only living slugger of any prom inence who does not rely solely upoD his jaw for fistic fame. COLONEL. E. D. BAKER, who fell early in the struggle for the Union while leading a desperate charge at Ball's Bluff.'sleeps in a neglected and almost unmarked grave in Lone Mountain Cemetary, San Francisco. It is now proposed to remove the re mains io Golden Gate Park and erect a suitable monument. DON EMILIO CASTELAR, ...

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. — 21 January 1892

4 CHILI'S GUNS TALK. I A Humor That the Yorktown Had Been Fired Upon in the Val paraiso Harbor. Great Excitement Caused in Washing ton by the Report, Although It Is Unconfirmed. "WASHINGTON. Jan. 19 rumor was i v-circulation hereto-nighA that the Uniten States cruiser Yorktown had been fired upon in the harbor of Valparaiso by the Chilians. The startling minor caused great excitement for awhile and frequent calls were made on the associated press to ascertain if there was any truth in it. When the story was reported to Secretary Tracy, he treated it very lightly and was disposed to ridicule the report. He added that he had no news whatever to coiumuuicato to the press to-night. The Chilian war cloud, which a week go uas no larger than a man's hand, now pvelopes the war and navy departments. A decided change has come over officials the two departments. They arc less reti cent. The vents of the past lew days have stirred them up, and the continued and per&istent display of hostili...

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. — 21 January 1892

8k 5 IS Plenty of Gam e. Now that the game law is off, our woods will swarui with hunters of all descriptions, from the "cockney" sports man clown (or up) to the professional hunter. There ate generally four hunt ers to one bird, and we have known men tramping ail day and bringing home two or three little chirping birds. It is this class of hunters who do the most damage, as they aie not capable of shooting game birds, and pepper away at any and every little bird they see, till there are hardly any left. Our local hunters say that there will be plenty of game this season. Gen erally speaking we have a fair, mild win ter, very little crust on the snow and but few ice storms. The severe ice storms destroy more quail than the hunters kill, because quail generally roost together on the ground, and if snow falls during the night and ci usts over, it simply smothers them. Hunters have found whole flocks of them lying close together, having been unable to penetrate tnrongh the crust. There...

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. — 28 January 1892

Sfer him R. C. DUNN, Publisher. TOLUME XVI. Oommerci Princeton, Minn. H. NEWBERT, Prop. Free 'Bus From art all Trains. SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS FOR TRAVELING SALESMEN AND TRANSIENT GUESTS. The Commercial Hotel is Firet-Clnss in all ItB ap pointments, and the Aim of the Management is to make the Gneets Comfortable. When yon visit Princeton Stop at the Commercial Hotel. NORTH STAR HOTEL PRINCETON, MINN. MRS. 0. R, BARKER Proprietor. This excellent Hotel is centrally located, is un equnied in this section of the State. The Traveling Public will here find a Mrst Class Sample Room. An Excellent Table, Good Beds And Well Furnished Rooms, ALSO GOOD STABLING ACCOMMODATIONS. Merchant Tailor' Shop, JOHN JOHNSON, Prop., Main Street, Over Eines's Store, ^Princeton. Minn. A NICE LINE OF DOMESTIC AND IM PORTED GOODS. CUSTOMERS tiAJX ALSO ORDER SAMPLES. Perfect Fits and First Class Work manship Gauranteed. I have jn*t received a new line of Samples for he Fall and Winter Season. FRANK HCNSE, Pres't....

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 28 January 1892

N TWO STRINGS BY AN IDLE EXILE. home, in the park in England, it was white waistcoat weather, when women appear in sweet cotton frocks, when the social air buzz es with cricket and yachting talk, and men began to feel their gout and say they must go to Homburg. Up in the Himalayas, where the little collection of chalets dotted about the precipices among the ilex and the rhododendrons form what is called a liill station, the monsoon was at its height. Drip, drip, driphammer, hammer, hammerfor sometimes a day and a night at a stretch, down upon the corrugated iron roofs of the bunsalows, came the rain. The trogs and the leeches and fungi and the ferns grew and multiplied, but it was enough to damp the cheeriest, giddiest nature that ever reveled in the ceaseless round ot frivolity and fooling that goes on at Murree. Ten clock at night. A wood fire made of damp logs that declined to burn brightly. The wind howling among the deodars, the rain pelting, the fchivering servants rolled up i...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 28 January 1892

WHEN EROS CAME." Long year my Lute was silent, none had heard Its music in my soul's house where it hung, Full ol sweet songs no had ever sung, Until one moonlit eve when the deer stirreddt an 1 the nig' bird fer omy mih Poured forth a flood of melody that wrung My heart with passionate longing, then I hung My Lute away -slowly, without a word. One picked it up, his gazo most sweet and wise Met mine, he placed my ringers on the string "Thy Lut- is dumb no more, beloved, sing," And, trembling with an ever new surprise, I sing,all I have dreamed,and more, my King Still gazing on me with his grave sweet eyes. G. H. F. N. COYOTE-THAT-BITES. OT every A pa he can get of blood before sun-up, and his fill of mescal before noon. Yet Coyote-That-Bites had managed to achieve both these deligh.th.ll ends, and of all the happy savages on the Col orado desert he was the most riot ously, tumultuously happy. With what keen delight he had drawn his sharp blade across the throats of Jose Sanchez and ...

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