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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 21 April 1892

i A TITLED HERO. LORD BERESFORD'S EXPLOITS IN THE WAK WITH THE ZULUS. "Be Saved or Have Your Head Punched,'* Said to a Wounded Man"Bo Dec orated," Said the Queeu, and lie Bowed Gallantly. ICopyrlght, 1892, by American Press Associa tion. Book rights reserved.] AR1NG exploits of Englishmen, at least those the world hears about, usually take ou the soberness and dignity of the cora posite British character, and it is an odd thing to find a heroic Brit on leaving the beaten track and doing the sublime with the offhand dash of an Ameri- can. Lord Wil liam Beresford is of conrso an Eng lishman, but he got there by way of Nor mandy find the little Green Isle, and so comes honestly by any audacious propensi ties in his mokeu p. Archibald Forbes, the war story teller of the day, gives my lord a character for a rare combination of wit, ability and courage, and poses him for a hero in spite of himself in an account just published of the doings in the Zulu war of lfc7i) vv lien i nice Napoleon...

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 April 1892

Miiaca, FRANK HENSE, Pres't. CHAS ERIOKSON, Vice Pres't S. S. KETTERSON, Cashier Wall Paper! To those who intend to do any paper ing this sptmg or summer I extend an invitation to call at my store and ex amine my stock of Wall Paper and borders I have the best selected and largest stock, of all kinds, ever brought into Princeton, and at the lowest prices, and will sell you cheaper than you can purchase the cities, to say nothing about what you can save in car fare and expi ess Be sure and see my stock be fore you purchase foi I have some dandy patterns to beleet from I have some patterns that I will sell for less than can be bought at wholesale Come early and make your selections as I have five thousand rolls for you to make your selections from In a few days I will have a lai go stock of Curtains and Fixtures at very low prices. Call and examine the goods. H. O. HEAD. Post Office B'ld'g, Princeton. Mille Lacs County Bank, OF PRINCETON, MINNESOTA. Capital and Surplus, $35,000. Trans...

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. — 28 April 1892

SYMPATHY, They came to me and gently said, "Your neighbor's little one lies dead I answered not, but closer pressed My own wee one unto my breast. I laid him down, my eyes grew dim, And once again I bent o'er him Then out I softly, quickly stole The other mother to console. I clasped her hand, and triedbut no, I could not say 'twas batter so I could not say, dear heart, resign O Father, what if it were mine! Kathleen Kavanagh, in New Orleans Picayune "THANKFUL ELLIS." Slowly the sun crept over the wheat field tracking a broad, black shadow veil acoss the billows of green falling before the wind's swift passage, and rising again as the sun sent long, quivering gleams through the bright, restless blades. Beyond the wheatfield. just across the creek, Deacon Ellis was plough ing his corn His hearty 'chirrup." whenever old Moll turned into a new furrow, could be heard away down to the big road. And between furrows the good deacon whiled away the time by singing the old familiar meeting h...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 28 April 1892

H'T3WJ A LAMENT. In the dreary distant northlnnd Lo' a mighty oak did grow For a hundred peacelnl summers Through it did the solt winds blow For a hundied lengthy winters On it fell the cold, white snow, 'Neath it loved the doughty chieftain While his dusky love he woo'd Piond and stately grew the oak tree In the noithern Bolitude. Lo' tho mighty now have fallen, Fallen fiom their high estate, On the pavements of the city Has the oak tiee banged of late, Through the air in graceful motions Does it circle and gyrate. For the oak has been made into Canes that are used by tho dudes Fallen is the mighty monarch Oi the northern solitudes Now York Herald. DE. KEENE'S 8T0EY. I51JW^ RANK Howard was one of my most intimate friends. I met him one summer in the Catskills* whither I had betaken mysel* for a week' 8 change and iresh air. I put up at a lonely farm house, where Howard, stop, ping for a day to await the arrival of Bome friends, was so unfortunate as to sprain his ankle. I was nothi...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 28 April 1892

PRINCETON UNION. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. iR DUNN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR OFFICE i HIKES' STORE, KNUTE NELSON HASH PRINCETON, MINN., APR 28, 1892. has just returned from a month's sojourn in Louisi ana, where he has been resting, recuperating and revisiting the scenes of his soldiering days. IF M. Sabin wants to go as a delegate at large to tho National Republican convention he will come mighty near getting there, no matter whether Mr. John Good now likeb it or not. FOR the benefit of the keen scented genius who edits, the Hinckley Pine Wood Dart, we will simpl} istate that the editor of this paper is not engaged in the slate making business at present. MORE trouble for the Monti cello bridge. The Wright county commissioners have rescinded their action A\ hereby $10,000 was appro priated to build a bridge across the Mississippi at Monticello. Too bad, too bad! SECRETARY NOBLE has put his foot down. He means business. Obstructionists in the Chippewa Indian Commission will not be tole...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 28 April 1892

Great Northern Railway. Eastern Minnesota Railway. ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS, PEINCETON, DU- LUTH AND WTST STJPEUIOK. Buffet Parlor Cars on all Trains. Dally Ex. Snn. P.M. Le. St. Paul 1:05 Miuneapolis....l:80 Elk River 2:30 PllINCETON ....8:08 "Milaca 3:80 West Superior..6:45 Ar. Duluth 7:00 Duily Ex. Sun. M. Le. EMlath 1:00 West Superior..1:15 Miluc a 4:2 5 PRINCETON ....4:47 Elk River 5:20 Minneapolis ...6:80 Ar. St. PuuL. 7:00 CormectiouB ihnde in Union Depots St. Paul, Minneapolis and West Superior. W. S. ALEXANPKH, W. A. CARPENTER, Pres. & Geu. Manager. Gen. Pass. Agent. P. A. ROCKWELL, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent. Princeton Accommodation. Tues., Thurs. & Sat. Mon.,Wed.& Fri. GOING NORTH. P.M. Le. St. Paul 3:80 Minneapolis .4 10 GOING SOURH. A.M l^e. Milaca 6:00 Senile's Siding. 6:22 Long's Siding.. 6:45 PRINCETON 7:25 Zimmerman-.. 8:05 ElkRiver 9:15 Minneapolis ...10:80 1 1 Elk River 5:2 0 Zimmerman 6:25 PRINCETON 7:00 Long's Siding.,7:20 Soule's Siding..7:40 Ar. Milaca 8:...

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 April 1892

A ii H25..CS irmqeton tttmw. R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms 2 00 per year in advance. POSTS O! duty should be festooned with barbed wire to prevent police men from sleeping thereon. FOUR railway companies, the Great Western, the Great Eastern, the Southwestern and the Northwestern, bring into London about 20,000,000 gallons of milk every year. Tun baseball season is at hand, and until it closes employers must come flown to their place of business pre pared to hear of a sudden death in the family of the office boy every day in the week. THOUGH the falls of Minnehaha have gone dry, Minneapolis will supply an artificial cataract there while the Na tional Kepublican Convention is in session by laying pipes to connect the falls with the city water works. THE statement that Henry George had made preparations: to provide a comfortable home in Philadelphia for Mrs. George Hudschms, widow of the Spiritualist who left his fortune for the distribution of George's books, appears to be without fou...

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 April 1892

GREAT ADVANTAGE. Or. Talmage Undertakes to Prove That if People Did Not Die, This Would Be a Sorry World. Xhen He Goes on to Show Wherein Lies the Great Advantage of Dealh. BROOKLYN,[Special.]Being East er morning, the Brooklyn Tabernacle congregation had been invited to bring flowers the night before, and a bank of them was on the front of the pul pit and wreaths of them over the pul pit. The word Resurrection was spelled out in letters of white lilies. Special music was added to the great congregational singing. Text, I. Sam uel 15:32: "Surely the bitterness of death is past." So cried Agas, and the only objec tion I have to this text is that a bad man uttered it. Nevertheless, it is true, and in a higher and better sense than that in which it was originally uttered. Years ago a legend some thing like this was told to me: In a hut lived a very poor woman by the name of Misery. In front of her door was a pear tree, which was her only resource for a living. Christ, the Lord, in poor...

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 April 1892

I & $ SCOTT'S MINUTEMEN. THE LIFE: GUARD OF THE, NEW GOVERNMENT IN 1861. Some Truth About t!io Heroes of Wash liisjton's Darke st Days Uoforo and After Sumter FellThe District Volunteers UIKI Their Crack Company. ICopjiuht, 1893 by American Press Associa tion. Iiook rights reserved.l O were the he roes of the crisis in the national capital in 1861 When high offi cials quitted their posts to fall inline with their states in the .secession movement wh en ouicers and men of the army and navy deserted the flac to join the speeders' ranks when both sections stood ready to seize the national forts, arsenals, vessels, arms and other materials ot war, what was. the connecting link between the old, shaky armament that went to pieces on April 14 and ihe new, linn power that arose in the last days of Apnl and the first days of -:viav The question as to who were the heroes ot W ashmyt on's "dark days" is called up bv the plans now under way for a mam moth reunion of va veterans at the cap i...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 5 May 1892

to- R. C. DUNN, Publisher. IVlilaca, Minneapolis Wall Paper! FRANK HKN3E, Pnes't. CHAS. ERJCKSON, Vice Pres't. S. S. HETTERSON, Cashier. ille 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 Germ'ania Bank, of St. Paul Chase National Bank, of New:jYork. Lacs Lumber Co. HAVE PLACED UPOJS THE MARKET WHICH HAVE HERETOFORE BEKN RESERVED FROM SALE. These Lands are Situated in the Counties of Mille Lacs, Benton, Morrison, Kanabec and Isanti, and are Some of the Best Farming- Lands in these Counties, and will be Sold Cheap during the year 1892. Prices Range chiefly from $4.00 to $7.00 per Acre, on Long Time and Easy Terms. For Full Particulars and Terms Apply to or address, I. WALKER, Land Agent, i*f Wishes to Inform his Friends that he has moved into the Murray Building with a Full Line of His Goods are all New, and Bought at...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 5 May 1892

if) J, 4 ifrf mh ,3" j/4.1" A it? 1 HIC JACET. Upon a stone with lichens gray, 'Mid mossy marbles of the dead, A wild rose weeps itself away In crimson tsars and kisses red. The beech upon it rains in gold, A biier wantons over it, And some old sculptor hand hath scroll'd Its brief Hie Jacet, quaintly writ. But if or beauty, age or youth Be pillowed in the green below Or heart of hope, or tongue of truth, Or babe or bride, we may not know. What cruel caprice of circumstance O'ertook him, or what fata befell "What lifting wave of lucky chance, Two words alone remain to toll. For run as will our round of years, In shine or shadow, peace or strife Let laughter be our lot, or tears, Hie Jacet is tho sum of life. Catholic World. AN AWKWARD HERO. I can't see what brought him here, an) way. None of us asked him to come, 1 am sure Unless it was Denzil. He Is always so soft-hearted about such people. If he looked as if he wanted to come you may be certain Denzil gave him an in vitation." Yes...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 5 May 1892

iii A SUftE THING AL KINGSTON is a good-looking chap, and is well aware of it. He is not a man of property in the accepted meaning of that term, but he is the owner of a pair of long and glossy side whiskers, which he has solemnly assured me he would ot take $10,000 for. I believe he has never been tempted with an offer. I really don't know what his business is I don't think he has any except that of cultivating his property, i. e., his side whiskers. I know he is a "masher," if "mashing" can be called a business. He comes into my roomstop, thoughI should not speak in the present tense, for of late he comes no 'more. He was in the habit of sauntering into my room when I was sure to be at my busiest, combing his whiskers lovingly, and then talk by the hour of his conquests among the fair sex. He had smitten Miss Feli cia McPhmsey at the dance last night he had struck an arrow into the heart of Miss Dulcie DeMure at the opera he had a "dead mash," on Miss Genevieve Giltedge, of Clifto...

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. — 5 May 1892

mwmmwfflmmm&i I *v PRINCETON UNION. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. MP TERMS, $2.00 IFex "STear. iR DUNN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR mi SINES1 STORE, SAIN BBut PRINCETON, MINN MAY 5, 1892 DEEMING, the Australian wife murderer, is convicted and sen tenced to hang. HE atrocities of "Jack the Kip- per1' are outdone by a Chicago fiend, who murdered Elizabeth Wel-h, literally tearing her to peices with a pair of scissors. I that last decision of Secretary Noble's, regarding the Mille Lacs reservation, stands, it will not be much of a chore to foot up the Republican vote of this county ne\t November. NAnowL BULLETIN: If, with a Democratic majority of 141 it is impossible to get a free coinage bill through the hoube, how much mu&t the majority be increased in older to secure that end? Can fiee siher advocates reasonably expect anj thing eke than betrayal from a Demociatic majority? HE UMON is an independent newspaper It has bolted Repub lican nominees in the past and may in the future. The UN...

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. — 5 May 1892

,,'Jr,,., Great Northern Railway. Eastern Minnesota Railway. 8T. PAUIi, MINNEAPOLIS, PRINCETON, U- LUTH AND WTST SUFERIOK. Buffet Parlor Caijs on all Trains. Daily Ei. Sun. p. M. Le. fit.Paul 1:05 Minneapolis....1:30 Elk River 2:80 PRINKTOK 8:03 "Milaca 8:30 West Superior..6:45 Ar. Dulnth 7:00 Connections mnde in Union Depots St. Paul, Minneapolis and West Supeiior. \V. W. A CARPENTER, Pres & Gen. Manager. Gen. Pass Agent. P. A. ROCKWELL, AsB't Gen. Pass. Agent. JOSEPH NOKES. Adjt. Daily Ex. Sun. P. M. Le. Dulnth 1:00 WestSnpenor.. 1:15 Milacu 4:25 PRINCETON ....4:47 Elk Rher 5:90 Mnieapolis ...6:3u Ar St. Paul 7:00 Princeton Accommodation. Tuea., Thurs. & Sat. SOINU SO0RU. A.M. Le. Milaca 8:00 Sonle's Siding. 6:22 Long's Siding 6"45 PRINCFTON 7:25 Zimmerman... 8:05 ElkRiver 9:15 "Minneapolis. .10:30 Ar St. Paul 10:55 Mon.,Wed. & Fri. GOING NORTH. P.M Le% St. Paul 3:800 Minneapolis .4 1 EiU Riser 5:20 Zimmerman 6:25 PRINCETON ..7:00 Long's Siding 7:20 Soule's Siding..7:4...

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. — 5 May 1892

:'fiw v^^Wl \i 1 i 1 i (V Vj k* Ugs & fk 'H#^WW*!?V/ jPrhupton Mvmn. R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Tffms:2.00 per year in advance. Two million Socialists are expected to be in line on May day in the vari ous countiies of Europe. While under the circumstances the number cannot be called a respectable one, it cannot be denied that it is sufficiently impres sive. THE son of the czar, and heir to his uneasy seat, is to travel in this country in June and later. He is not married or engaged. Still, most American girls can find more comfortable situa tions than to marry him, especially if they have to learn his language. FR OM Melbourne and Sydney, in Australia, come reports of lack of work and destitution and suffer ing among the poor. The use of the Ex hibition Building in Sydney as a shelt er for the homeless is an exhibition that that proud'city did not expect. PAKIS dispatches state that Russian troops are massing on the German frontier. Perhaps the soldiers are gathering to get a look a...

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. — 5 May 1892

iTEttf)' DEEMING TO DIE, The Notorious Wife Murderer Found Guilty by a Jury in Melbourne. He is Roasted by the Judge and Then Sentenced to Be Hanged. MnxBOUBNE. May 3.The trial of Deem tviur for the murder of his late wife, former ly Miss Mather of Eain Hill, ended to-day with a verdict of guilty, and he was sentenced to be hanged. Deeming turned white and trembled when the judge turned toward him and passed upon him the sentence of death. The judge said that in all his experience wiili criminals he had never seen such a consummate wretch as the prisoner. He bpoke of Deeming's shameless effrontery during the trial, and remarked that the jury i ad rightfully ignored the prisoner's clownish attempts t) prove himself irre sponsible. As che judge pronounced the words, "to be hanged by the neck until dead," Deeming gasped and tottered, but recovered himself enough to nod with as sumed indifference. He then sank back in his seat. The audience in the court room applauded the verdict and se...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 5 May 1892

'*Hj'.jP9EB5Esg f^RED IN THE BLOOD. AN ELITE! REGIMENT WHICH BE LIED ITS NICKNAME. The Daring W^rk of tlso Fir st Tennessee Coufi'ricviito llesriiiiontCharging Guns and Taking Tin TooHard Hits at Ilosecraii'. nml hhcvmau. ICopjri^ht, 1302, bj A merit an Press Associa tion. Book rights reserved.] ENNESSEE valor away back in early days would bear exploiting among reminiscences of heroism, and so, although closo to the border and di vided against it self in sentiment, that breeding grou nd of warlike clans could not have kept her sons aloof tr om the civil sti'ife even had war's clash and clang not pierced mounta in fastness and echoed over Milage and plain, beckon ing hot tempered joutu to the lists. It goes vv ithout saj ing that the men of the Eirst 'ft nne3see made haste to rattle the powder herns and turbish the shotguns which old time daddies had slung over the mantels against tune of need And, by the way, there vv as a rush to capture the honor of being No I, and two regiments i...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 12 May 1892

Wall Paper! To those who intend to do any paper ing this spring or summer I extend an invitation to call at my store and ex amine my stock of Wall Paper and borders. I have the best selected and largest stock, of all kinds, ever brought into Princeton, and at the lowest prices, and will sell you cheaper than you can purchase in the cities, to say nothing about what you can save in car fare and express. Be sure and see my stock be foi you purchase for I have some dandy patterns to select from. I have some patterns that I will sell for less than can be bought at wholesale. Come early and make your selections as I have five thousand rolls for you to make your selections from. In a few days I will have a large stock of Curtains and Fixtures at very low prices. Call and examine the goods. H. 0. HEAD. Post Office B'ld'j?, Princeton. ftdKAi^i^M^ FRANK HBNSE, Pras't. CHAS. ERIOKSON, Vice Pres't. S. S. PETTERSON, Cashier. Mille Lacs County Bank,Commercial -OF- PRINCETON, MINNESOTA. Capital a...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 12 May 1892

to- rt ife II -l a? I have her here, though faint and dim, The profile faca and figure trim I fancied once, long years ago, I oared for her, and now 1 know It was no passing youthful whim I picture now her figure slim, And see it here, by time made grim Then to myself I whisper low: I have her here. The pictured face may dimmer grow, But time shall never rob me so, I think I have the best of him. The cup of joy is full to brim, Por she is near in calico I have her here. Yankee Blade. eoft TALE OF A TEAMP. He was unmistakably a tramp, the ragged old man that Aunt Libbie Found lying senseless upon his face in the dusty highway that sultry August ifternoon. The terrible heat of a burning sun had been too much for his feeble strength, and he had sunk to the earth overpowered by a stifling atmosphere that seemed like a breath from the scorching interior of some fiery-hearted volcano. Most people would have bundled the old ragamuffin off to the workhouse immediately helpless and sun-smitt...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 12 May 1892

tift MIRRORED MUSIC. Think you a flute of reeds The poet askscan give A star's song as it speeds Bidding it breathe and live? Ask of the river, where Its current slideth sweet Across a Naiad's bare And bright, unsandalled feet. Straightway the waters dark Will whisper clear and strong: "Night is the time to hark The rush's mystic song. "Then do the white-winged stars. Descend, in joyous flight, The myriad silver bars Wrought of the young moon's light: "And then, where never breeze Shake's it, the still reed nears And learns the harmonies bung by the happy spheres." By the late Charles Henry Ludcrs, in Scribner. CUEING A FLIRT. HAT a foolish little woman! My betrothed wife ought to have more faith in me than to be- come jealous every time I happen to look at a pretty face." "Jealous, Eric Thorne!' echoed Miss Beauford, angrily. "You are very much mistak- en if you think I would stoop to jeal- ousy, but when you so far forget yourself as to flirt outrageously with every handsome woman...

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