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THE PRINCETON UNION
By R. C. DUNN.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY.
TERMS, $i.oo Per Year in Advance.
$1.25 If Not Paid in Advance.
OFFICE FIRST S EAST OF COURT HOUSE.
a. I. STAPLES,
Badness Manager.
A. CASWELL,
Editor.
ONE of the arguments for an extra
session is that it would be Pettigrew
less. the expense of the African war
Johnny once taxed tea, too.
ACCORDING to a Baltimore'prophet
the millenium is due in just forty years
Must this be taken to mean that the buildera
trouble in China will not end before
that date?
ANOTHER forfeited tax sale bill has
been introduced in the present legisla
ture. Our law makers will soon estab
lish a record for making forfeiture
laws which don't forfeit.
Gov ROOSEVELT says the string
fiends have been misrepresenting him
during his recent hunting trip. His
party succeeded in capturing only two
wagon loads of lions and wildcats.
HE folding bed claims another vic
tim. One went off half-cocked in Min
neapolis the other night and folded its
occupant to its bosom. He of course
folded his tent and unfolded his wings.
Gov. VAN wouldn't let the pugs hurt
each other at the exposition last Mon
day evening and their sponser, who
just now occupies the executive chair
in the city hall suffered from an attack
of rabies.
IF you find your St. Cloud friends
attempting the Scotch dialect, don't
scold them. Andrew Carnegie has
3ust given that city $25,000 for a public
library building. Dinna ye ken the
cantraip?
IT is said that John Lind and L. A.
Rosing are to take control of the St.
Paul Globe and give the faithful in the
northwest an official organ. Will Mr.
Lind find an assignment as fighting
editor under the new management?
EX-SENATOR TOWNE intendsv
THOSE papers which during the cam
paign were talking loudly about ''tern
porary prosperity"' have dropped the
first word since election and are giving &
it to their readers straight now. They
might call it "genuine prosperty" if
they care to be'truthful.
OVER in Stearns county they first
ered a deposit of gold. The operators
must have found the spot where Bro.
Twitchell cached his newspaper stock
certificates a few years back.
point of becomin:g by far the most im
portant economic factor in the world.
They may henceforth be. regarded as
the first industrial nation, and their
superiority will become more strik
ingly evident year by year. Moreover,
they will very soon have a, considera
ble mercantile marine."
mernggm
rvn* ~p *u 1 1 guarded by their proprietoi'S
ONE of the Cudahy kidnappers has
been captured, but Patsey Crowe is WHI LE the South voted almost sol-
still describing air lines without hin- idly for Bryan and his principles at the
drance
SILER, who was to' referee the Min
neapolis fights, has rendered a decis
ion in the governor-mayor setto. The
governor was given the decision
Gov. PIERCE, an oldtime Minneap
olis newspaper man, who had several
times received political honors at the
hands of the citizens of Nortth Dakota,
died Friday in Chicago. Mr. Pierce
was a man of pronounced ability and
for many years has stood high in the
national councils.
recent election, n,b re'grets are ex
pressed by our southern ^citizens over
his defeat. They are perfectly* willing
to carry to the bank the increased
wealth they areJ
crops sold at Republican prices.
BULLIS, not the Princeton ship-
h^
i
Dee
to
profit from the advertising he hasthe
been receiving and will follow Carrie
Nation onto the lecture platform.
This seems to be an evidence that the
free silver trust has gone out of busi
ness.
WH EN Senator Chilton passes his
marriage law the parsons and the
clerks of court will immediately take
steps to tack his hide on the side of
some convenient barn. Doesn't the
senator know whose toes he has under
his brogans?
'DEMOCRACY, Its Past and Future"
was the subject which Kansas City
Democrats assigned to Grover Cleve
land when he was asked to address
them. Gro\er declined. The Demo
cratic past is painful to him and he can
probably see no future.
to $50,000. A mob made him shin up
a telegraph pole during one of the
numerous revolutions, and he lost $50-
000 worth of dignity during the opera
tion.
tna elo
WARDEN WOLFER is again at the
head of the management of the Min
nesota State prison. Gov. VanSant is jority.
to be congratulated upoji securing the
services of this excellent penologist.
We do not know--just what occui*red
when* Col. Reeve was informed of the
action of the board of managers, but
it is quite likely his profane tendencies
got the best of him once more.
HAMILTON was found guilty of first
degree manslaughter after the jury
had considered his case for forty hours.
This means a sentence of from five to
twenty years. The case has been a pe
culiar one all the way through, the
attempt of the witnesses for both sides
to conceal something being very ap
parent. Perhaps Day's murderer has
been found, but the mystery is
notproduct
cleared.
SUSAN B. ANTHONY says ^Ihat Mrs.
Nation's method of ridding the coun
try of saloons is air wrong, and not
only that but a disgrace to the country.
She thinks the proper way is to dispose
of the grog shops through the ballot.
Now let's get Susan and Carrie to air
their troubles on the same platform,
provided Gov. VanSant will agree to
close his official eyes on the night of.
meeting.
ALBERT LEA Enterprise: It is said
that nearly one-half of the members of
the 37th U. S. volunteer regiment
which was ordered home from Manila
to be discharged in June, will remain
in the Philippines and enter \arious
lines of business there This goes to
show that all the soldiers doing duty
in the Philippines for their country
are not disgusted with the islands or
they would not remain there.
THERE was no bluff in the statement
of Gov VanSant that there would be
no prizefighting in Minnesota while he
was governor. The big meet in Min
neapolis was called off Monday even
ing after all the participants had ar
rived and every arrangement had been
made. Mayor Ames was willing and
was greatly put out by the governor's
interference. The mayor declares
foot-ball, basket-ball, and other
ame
A
are equally brutal and must
hereafter be passed up by the Minne
apolis athletes.
N English trade review pays
U6n
leadership of Mrs. Nation.
the jomtists have no legal right to op- tin plate mills were all "myths!"
erate. but they still have the right to
breathe the polluted air of Kansas.
discovered coal and in working the features of the McKinley tariff when it the name of a woman outside of his
mine they now claim to- have discov-
wa this trade as in others
ain, says the Camden Post
was only a few short years ago that
Mur- our free trade contemporaries were
assurin6 their readers
HE expected has happened
der has been committed by the fanatics vociferously
who have been induced to follow the that tin plate never, never could be hearted
Of course produced in Americathat American take advantage of this to aet boldly
On the other, an uneasy public takes
the law into its own hands, and its acts
TT
EUROPE is becoming alarmed over report on the operation* of the boards 7^!,^
no
U*&
HE smashing mania which appears
toha\e been^first discovered ia Mrs. ..e. t
Nation seems to be contagious and is Old Abe, the bigness and tenderness of
spreading to other States. Minnesota his heart, and there are still men
BRITAIN talks of taxing sugar %o pay has had one attack and several saloons every community who can relate sto-
are^ minus their fixtures, while the
easygoing drug stores are zealously
A COMMITTEE has been appointed bv .i i_
Gov. VanSant to visit other States and f~ ^t o,r mu
i. rapid industrial progress of the of control in States so favored. The 2tl^TlLl?*! T'T
United States and its economists are committee consists of a A. More* of
discussing methods to be used in re- Winona, -William E. Lee, of ong
taining its old prestige. During a re- Prairie, and S. P. Leavitt, of Litch-
cent discussion one of the prominent field. As this committee is nonparti- ,v7ti"" i't'JiT ~Z7w~"
economists said "They are on the san the opponents of the measure will *Mn-
have no occasion to declare that the
governor is working for political capi
tal and their report will have consider
able influence with the legislature,
the highest standard of excellence
by their experience?
WHY WE JLOVE LINCOLN MORE
The present generation stands closer
to the flesh-and-bloodftLincoln
tn
receiving from bheir
an American who has
Venezuela, has a claim for
ashe
iH
uut Ui
tribute to one of the salient dent man woulr resolv0e not to mention
rns the Welsh tin plate manufac- in*,* t*.,? ^^^ancircumstances,
THE PRINCETON UNION: THfJ&SDAYf^EBRTTXRY 21^901.
EDITOR
$4y
Paragraphs
Collected at Our
Exchange
Table.
-w
than to
Washington. W know more abou
ries about this great leader, under
whom they fought and conquered.
It is therefore natural that we should
have a more pronounced love for him
Jihan even for Washington. Red
Wing Republican.
"J* S*
RESULT OF CANTEEN CLOSING.
One of th results of the
canteene at Fort Wayne,closinDef the
of the fort afte_r a drinking bou.t in. one
of the neighborhood saloons. Private
Jone
wa
i with a razor and
knocked his assailant down with
the government to collect amounting bayonet. Both men wefe arrested.
Stillwater Gazette.
5*
NO NEED TO WORRY.
Our Republican legislators are find
ing perplexing difficulties in redisrict
ing the State into congressional dis
tricts so as to make sure that each dis
trict will give a safe Republican ma
Speaker Dowling wants the
partition so made as to put Ren%ille
county in a district where Michael will
be the Joel. But then these Republi
can statesmen should have no fear for
there are Republican votes enough to
surely elect nine congressmen in Min
nesota and have a few thousand left.
Faribault Pilot.
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THOSE MATRIMONIAL LAWS.
The solons are bothering themselves
overmuch with the matrimonial prob
lem this winter and their proposed re
forms will not proceed farther than a
pigeonhole, yet some of the laws pro
posed are worthy of mention. One of
the most remarkable of them is the
of a Connecticut brain. It
gives the bachelor an age ljmit of 40
years and after that he must pay $100
for his license if he would marry. The
intent of the bill is to cause men to ca
pitulate early, of course, but will not
the tax placed on the old fellows more
than offset the incentive? Many a man
becomes susceptible after 40. He be
gins to feel the need of a haven of rest
and some one to care for him in his de
clining years. At about the same
time of life he begins to look a little
more carefully after the dollars.
Would not the tariff of $100 be prohib
itive9Minneapolis
Tirties.
$- *3 $-
TO LEGALIZE MURDER.
A bill has been introduced in the
Texas legislature providing that a man
shall be justified in killing anyone who
slanders his (the killer's) wife or any
female relative. It is hardly supposa
ble that such a bill can become a law,
even in Texas, for its effect would be
to license murder. "Slander" is a very
elastic word, and almost any man seek
ing another's life might trump up
against him a case of slander of some
of his feminine relativeshis sisters,
his cousins or his aunts, as well as his
wife, his mother or his daughters A
slighting remark, a careless word,
magnified as it often is by gossip,
would become an excuse for homicide,
although the speaker never intended
any harm. In the presence of such a
law, joking raillery or persiflage would
become exceedingly dangerous. Con
versation would be reduced to as sober
and set an aspect as it is in a court of
justice. I is probable that the pru
vuau uu
own family under
turers tjiat they "may shortly find but even then his silence might be con-
American manufacturers competing in strued into an insult, and he might oe
in Great-Brit- shot or stabbed all the same.Mmne
And it apolis Tribune
""x v*u uouusi auu its acts
"^mwu oy degenerate mevitablj into the lowest
The
nec
the4
continuous Democratic campaign con
ducted by Mr. Lind and* Mr. Rosing:
no one thoughtrit so very wicked and
it is no worse new.Alexandria PosX
Nevis. j
oUFlG)
COUCH KILLER
PREVfNT.S
All Druggists, 25c fiOc and $1 00 Prepared only bs-
P. Seth Arnold, Med Corp .Woonsocket I
C. A Jack, the druggist.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
f\ C. TARBOX, I).,
troit Tribune says, was witnessed yes
terday in a row among several soldiers President of StateBoardof Medical Examiners
,.-_,..__ J-
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
presidS.rgeoOnof
Board
Princeton
C. COONEY, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office and Residence in Townsend^Block
Princeton, Minn
J.A.
ROSS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Offce in Care-ws Block,
Main Street Princeton
BUSINESS CARDS.
M. KALIHER,
BARBER SHOP BATH ROOMS.
A fine line of Tobacco and Cigars
Main Street, Princeton
E.
A. ROSS,
UNDERTAKER.
Coffins and Caskets, from the cheapest to the
best grades always on hand
An embalming fluid used which brings dis
colored corpses back to natural color
Also dealer granite and marble monuments.
Princeton Minn
A.
W. VARNEY,
FREIGHT AND DRAYING.
All orders for hauling freight and moving
will receive prompt attention
Stand at Sausser's store
Princeton, M'nn
D. SMITH,
Dealer in
FRESH AND SALT 3IEATS,
Lard, Poultry, Fish and Game in Season
Telephone 51
Pimceton, Minn
O. H.BUCK O.J. CRAVENS
BUCK & CRAVENS,
Blacksmiths.
All kinds of Biacksmithing neatly
and promptly done. We make a
specialty of
HORSESHOEING and
PLOW WORK.
First Ml, PRINCETON.
i SLEDS
AND
GUTTERS
yiiX.
THE ENFORCEMENT OF LAW.
Society has "been getting too soft
On the one hand,, criminal,
^ary and.
to
low7
hes
est. Otherwise* we are drifting into
danger to our institutions and to civil-
A QUESTION FOR SHE SENATE.
The Republican senate, this 'same
one, two years ago, refused to put Gov
If ernor Land's State oil inspector on a
is salary. Why* should it now tak^s a
attained in other States through this swipe at Governor VaoSant's appointee?
system, why shouldn't Minnesota profit For the past two years the tate*oi
inspector has paid liberally toward
Manufactured and
Repaired by
Manufactur
A Repaire by
PETERSON & NELSON. 7 4
Satisfaction guaranteed in Woodwork
A as well as Biacksmithing
Horse-Shoeing a Specialty
Op. Sadley
PETERSON
FRAN
cyMill.. mill N NELSQ N
S. LONG
Has built ux. a splendid business __._
and earned an enviable reputation Roslmeff^^^^
by handling only dependabl "T had handling only dependable
SHOESe
W.L.DOUGLAS SHOES
BEST IN THE WORLD.
Eyestrains
i
N,andE M. By.
Pensio Examining
Telephone 18,
Minn
W. P. CHASE,
rianager.
W
Ninety-nine cases of sick headache out of 4
every hundred conies from Eyestrains.
I guarantee to cure that headache of yours
by properly fitting glasses to your eyes or I will
4 refund your money.
I can always be found at any hour.
J. HERDLISKA,
At Anderson & Herdliska's Store.
Foley Bean Lumber
Company
Manufacturers and
Wholesale Dealers in
White Pine Lumber,
Lath and Shingles.
Also Sash, Doors, Mouldings and a Com'
plete Stock of Building Material.
5LArcade.
The best of everything
kept in stock.
mmtmmmmmmmm
Are
Horses! Horses! Horses!
SPRING AUCTIONS ARE NOW ON AT THE
BARRETT & ZIMMERMAN
Midway Horse Market, St. Paul.
600 td 1.000 horses and mules on hand con
stantly
We make a specialty of choice heavy
drafters, general purpose horses, farm
mares, drivers and mules.
Private sales daily Part time given if
desired we S^^S^SS^S&SSSbarn
PRINCETON.
A pleasant place to pass an evening.
Old Elk and Guckenheimer Whiskey.
Minneapolis Draft Beer,
AH brands of bottled beer.
Domestic and Imported Wines.
Key West and Domestic Cigars, etc.
F. P. MORNEflU, Prop.
y" *n need of good horses? We have all kinds at all times.
Private sales daily at the Duluth Barns
guaSnt&as^pres^teT
1
-REFERENCES Any hank in St Paul or
Had to Conquer or Die.
l,I was just about gone," writes Mrs
mn..imT*.,n
gripp and bronchitis infallible for
coughs, colds, asthma, hay fever, croup,
or whooping cough. Guaranteed bot
tles 50c and $1.00. Trial bottles free at
C. A. Jack's drug store.
Big Auctions at the
BARRETT & ZIMMERMAN
MIDWAY HORSE MARKE
EVERY
Minneapoliss
apoS"^ff^T^SSafflSSTuSSSSSS?car ST. PAUL
*_
X!!Vfe85tf^^es
pasteuhe reputation Every horse
or an commercial agency froy
BARRETT & ZIMMERMAN S
A Fireman's CloseCal|.
ve
\ZZ:u$:\uL ZlU^L'S __,_a?,dwrites'C,
I had consumption so bad that the
best doctors said I could not live more
than a month, but I began to use Dr.
King's New Discovery aDd was wholly
cured by seven bottles and am now
stout and Well." It's aa unrivaled life
saver in consumption, pneumonia, la ,it, I felt as well as I ever did fcTmvlife
grippe and bronchitis: infallible for Weak'
sickly
'1
postofflce'whfirT
IN ST. PAUL
th
Minn
WEDNESDAY.ro^Pa
opposit
Dulut
nerve
wa-s
racked with pain, W. Bella
my, a locomotive fireman, of Burling
ton Iowa. I was weaic and pale,
without any appetite and allrun down.
As I was about to give up, I got a bot
tle of Electric Enters and, after taking
r. Jf ".T*.7,_
Weak run down people always"e,?
gam new life, strength and vigor from
their use. Try them. Satisfaction
guaranteed by C^A. Jack,.druggist. -jJ
Price 50 cents.* 4
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