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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 16 December 1880

\t^ To BetliriiiieitJS. sur*, M* fliAc about%**hastU. October 21st, 1880. IMPORTANT.. i. Pl|inTl*% _,. Httlftft-aadcEUdroa were goiog jun- Thou vho are tndebtd en fubecrtp *r*. WR i. tartllitff ifew Departure. To the fJltizeat of Pfktcejon tad 8 rounding tout*?. U. ft. Cowles Co.-iate determined to make' radical change inMheVr stock of good* and in order ft *effietwa{d change will tell a]l kindi dr'dress and wooten good*, and ladies' arfrlSbfldrens^ shoes from this date until January 1st, 1880, at coat, for cash only."- First quality of puintacashat 5 cts per yard, and everything in \he above line of goods in Ufceprepor}ion. Come^nd,teee and, get such bar gains were nevaHtfofe offered in this iwarkat. Hv% CowLli A Co. Princeton. Dec. 1th,' lfefc- All accounts of .more than a year's standing, no matter now small, w|$i be placed in an attorney** hands for cotlec iiqa after the 1st*of January, next. Our jantbruee is about "exhausted, and we are /determined 'fSTlww* what is due us, no e...

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. — 23 December 1880

entr no lock, "All Kinds of Farmers'1 H. WE 9JTM CO Vrf mmmmmm imimimk Prescriptions Carefully Compounded at All flours of the Day Or Night, T1 Best Assortment of Goods in this Line North of St. Paul and Minneapolis, Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Oils, Paints, Dyes, Colors, Per fumery, Lamps, Brackets, Toilet Requisites, Combs, Musical Instruments, Trusses, Pocket Books, Pocket Knives, Stationery, Candies Cigars, Tobacco, &c. &c. ftilapr a i Sew Americas String Mi ma Always oa Hand and for Sale Cheap Mahoney & GoPocket Dealers in Drugs, Mediicnes, Notions and Toilet Goods. A Also Agents tor the "NO NEXPLOSIVE A$P COMPANY^! Of Cleveland. flTPMcriplions Carefully Compounded and at the LOWEST PRICES N. E. JESMER, Dealer in 3ENERAL MERCHANDISE, MAIN STRBBT, ___--,- PRINCETON A Large Stock or tap!* and Fancy Groceries, General and Fancy Dry Goods, Notions, Men anO Boys' Ready Made Clothing, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Glassware, China and Stoneware, Cigars and Tobac...

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. — 23 December 1880

*mw: mmmmm. ?"?5SS! 55 R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms $2.( 0inry-H advance. CUKRENTTOPlCb. MB. SnJiwKON says ot Mr. Joseph Cook that he has strong convictions, the courage of bis convictions, and iorce to support his courage. "Ttfte population of the nineteen Massa chusetts cities ranges fro sJ5,XJ35 the populattun or Boston, to 12,405, the pop* ulation of Fitchbarg. Two towns, Pitts field with 13,367 inhabitants, and Brock ton with 13,608, are larger than Fitch burg,and ten other towns have population enough to entitle them to apply for city charters if they wished to. There is, however, no movement in that direction at present except in Maiden, which will probably apply to the next Legislature for an act of incorporation as a cit y. THE husband of Lucretia Mott is said to have abandoned his excellent cotton business because of iis connections with slave labor. His comfortable incomejpt course went with the business, aBS|ffl&s. Mott opened a school and maintained their family of ...

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. — 23 December 1880

Jpjj rinccUm $Jnioth i C. DUNN-, Publisher. Terms _y2 (,o VIT i advance. CUKRKNTTOPlCb. MR. SVUKKON says ot Mr. Joseph Cook that he has strong convictions, the courage of fais convictions, and force to support his courage. Aix. the nickel from -which the five cent couro are made come from a mine in Lancaster county, Pa. It has been worked now seventeen years, and pro duces irom 400 to 600 tons of ore monthly. Nsrw YO RK Sun: Suppose ail the Jews were to move out of Germany, bag and baggage, brains and gold, the Roths childs leading off, would not the day after the completion of this modern exodus be a very blue day for Germany? MR S. HAY ES has, it is reported, invited Mrs. Garfield to visit her at the "White House this winter in order that fche may see something of the responsibilities ot the presidential household before she as sumes them. GOVERNOR HAWKIKS, of Tennessee, is a lawyer of ability and a useful member of the Methodist church. He was ap pointed by Biownlow a Judge of th...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 23 December 1880

11 THE IRISH AGITATION. Movements of TroopsAppeala of I*aitd lords forMelpLeague Meetings Prohib- itedMiscellaneous. LONDO N, Dec. 18.A dispatch from Dublin to the Times say**: Loyal fanners and traders in many counties hitherto un disturbed arc yielding very reluctantly to the pressure put upon them to join the land league and to subscribe to its funds. In consequence of the refusal of Glad stone to assist Boycott, the English public will be appealed to for aid. A list of committees will be published shortly, which will organize a subscription in aid of Boycott The Times in an editorial says: The government's last and unnecessary blunder is Gladstone's reply to Boycott's demand forjassistance by the government, which |i conceived in a spirit that will provoke much dissatisfaction. Public opinion cannot but be offended by the latter, which is devoid o'f natural sympa thy, conceived in a spirit of pettishness against Boycott for having made necessary the employment of troops. Unsatis...

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. — 23 December 1880

In the beak mid-winter Frosty wind made moan Earth stood hard as iron, Water like a stone Snow had fallen snow on snow, Snow on snow. In the bleakmid-winter Long ago. Our God, heaven cannot hold Him Nor earth sustain. Heaven and earth shall flee away When he comes to reign In the bleak mid-winter A stable-place sufficed "The Lord God Almighty Jesus Christ. \m. Enough for Him from Cherubim) Worship night and day, A breastful ofmilk And a mangeriulof hay Enough for Him whom Angels Fall down before The ox and ass and camel Which adore. Angels and Archangels May have gathered there, Cherubim and Seraphim Thronged the air But only His Mother In her maiden bliss Worshiped the Beloved With a kiss. What can I give Him, Poor as I am9 If I were a Shepherd I would bring a lamb If I were a wise Man I would do my part Yet what can I give Him? Give my heart. STREWING HEMP SEEDS. A Christmas Story. "Coming next week?" "Yes, Rosie, he'll be here for the New Year, it nothing happens." Rosie tossed h...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 23 December 1880

/i% "1 SANTA ULAUS. Harper's Weekly, tne current number, has a Christmas poem descriptive of a cartoon, which represents Santa Claus sitting on a chimney deep snow and waiting for the children to get to sleep It is one of Nast's best drawings The poem is as follows: Ho' ho' my fleet courser! you've brought me too soon, Through the sharp, frosty air, 'neath the clear shining moon, From the far fro/en North, where securely 1 dwell i And keep men aloof with my grim ice spell! Ha! ha! For long ages they've striven in vain To break throueh the wall of my chosen do main To wrest my ice-8elds.from my ancient con trol, And tear down my banner that floals from the pole! The step of a mortal would shatter' the spell So against the invader I guard myself well, Lest, driven from earth, I must hide my gray head Where mykindred, tne gay fairy people,have fled. Alac for the spirits of innocent mirth, Long driven from meadow, from grove, and from hearth, The gay fairy people of earth's merry prime!...

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. — 23 December 1880

GIFTS FOR ST. NICHOLAS. Grieve not, O Santa Glaus, wlio fills Each stocking, box and tree Nor think, mo&', desolate of saints, None bring eood eift9 to thee. We place no candles in thy crypt, No irold upon thy shrine Thou bringe&t us the frankincense, The tapers and the wine. But rarer gifts, good Nicholas, Than these, thy children bring:, "When up and down an echoing world Tbe Christmas bells all ring. We bring our brightest, truest love To crown thy happy brows No monarch weara a coronet So light as holly boughs. We bring: our gayest fairest hopes, With smiling memories spun So rich a robe bas never shone Earth's proudest King upon. W bring our trust, our childhood faith, And place it in thy hand No jeweled scepter has suon power 1o rule on sea or land. Then stay, O dear St. Nicholas! Look on tby heaped-up shrine Our hearts, our hopes, our memories, Our trusts, our faith, are thine. There's not in all the calendar One saint whose altars shine With such gay throngs of worsh...

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. — 23 December 1880

THE FAMILY PHYSICIAN. I N any complaint where there is mucb perspiration do not go directly from a cold or frosty air to the bedside. GBAH AM wafers for the sick: On cup of Graham flour, one and one-third cups of boiling water, and one-half teaspoon ul of salt. Put the salt in the^boiling water, pour the water gradually over the Graham, beat thoroughly, and .set away to cool. When cool spread on sheets or pans as thin as the blade of a knife. Bake in a moderate oven about twelve minutes. Sick people can eat this when th ey can eat no other bread. A CUKE FOR NIGHT SWEATS.A pow der known as streupulver, composed of three parts of salicylic acid and ninety seven parts silicate of magnesia, is used in Germany as a cure for Sweating of the feet. Recently a Belgian physician, Dr. Kohnhom, tried its efficacy in sev eral cases of night sweating by consump tives. The beneficial effect was imme diate and permanent. The powder was rubbed over the whole body. pre vent any breathing of the dust ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 23 December 1880

H-TMBI Jnini Tbe lumbermen complain of a scarcity of snow. Tbe UNION wishes one and all of its Readers a merry Christmas. Hurry up and make your selections of Christinas presents at the Pioneer Drug Store before all the nice things are gone. A number of the boys disguised them selves .with-hideous masks and perambu lated.the streets of the village, Saturday evening, amusing some and not amusing others. W. B. Blackburn is now sole owner of the Morrison House, Clearwater, he hav ing bought out his partner's interest. Mr, Blackburn also runs a good livery stable ju connection with his hotel. Farmers of Germany, how would ^o like it to be compelled to swim the river in orrler to get your mail or a pound of sugar? In all probability, if the bond question is voted down, on Monday, that is what you will be compelled to do next spring. Remember the public installation to be followed by a grand ball takes place at Masonic Hall, Monday evening. A cor dial invitation is extended to the public ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 30 December 1880

CD td JSfco Bst lisoi Dregs N *JAIN STREET, H. fy MAIN STREET, j'4j iWW ,A, M W' Prescripiions Carefully Compounded at All of the Day Gr Night rrt~i'-1 i Pocket Knives,Stat1onery, Candies Cigars, Tobacco, &c. &c. Hit Sagtr nil Htw American Sswing Ass Always on Sad wl fa? Sals Cheap Dcalet-3 in. Drugs, Mediicnes, Notions and Toilet Goods. '^'Mi^wCr*'^^ -i Alo Ajreals tor tha, 3ENERAL "NO.NEXPLOSIVE LAMP COMPANY," Of Cleveland. tJTPescriplions Carefully Compounded and at the LOWEST PRICED Dealer in MERCHANDISE^ A I^arge StOflt or Uple *nd Fancy Groceries General and Fancy Dry Goods. Notions, Men atij Boys' Heady Made Clothing. Hats and Caps,-Boots and Shoes. Glassware, China and Stoneware, Cigars and Tobacco. The Finest Sloek of Choice Candies, Confectionery and Fruits in Princeton. Call and Um Sy Pricss, 80 Mis tote fak Will Not Undersold t&ju'Att Kinds of Farmers' Produce Taken in Exchange for Merchandise. The Old Un-Rel!all Firm of B. C0WLES & As Usual are in the Ma...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 30 December 1880

7f* grincetan Union, R. C. DUN N, Publisher. Terms $2 CO per year in advance. Calendar for 1881. 1 8 Jan.. 3 July.. 1011 5 12 16|l? 232425 30.si 18119 2728 U, 6 i 2728 7 13 7 8 1415 14 21 __ 282$ 12021 2728| lar., 245 31 1 7 8 1415 Sept. "e 131- 20212223 2728293031 April. 1819 25 Oet... 3 2627 2930 9 10 111213 lay. 4 10 11 18 20 252627 2930 23124125 3031 SOT.. 222324 252627 Jane.. 31 6 V6CMT 3 6 1314 1516 d[J0 13 20 1920212223 18191 25 26|27|23l29l30 2627 CURRENT TOPlCb. A DAUGHTER of General Worth has just been appointed to a clerkship in the Pension Office. Ms. PUGH, the new Senator from Ala bama, is a stout, squarely-built man, six ty years old, who somewhat resembles Mr. Stanley Matthews. Tiie gifts of the late Samuel Williston to Williston Seminary will amount, it is said, to $850,000 when- the provisions of his will are carried out. "I HEARD Albert Gallasm say," writes a correspondent of*'The Albany Journal," "in a conversation which he did me the honor of holding with me, in ...

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. — 30 December 1880

BKITAIFS BOTHEBS. The Irish People Still Kiotousand Defiant Serious Aspect of the War in the Trans- vaalThe Boers Making Things Decid edly Hot for the Red-Coats. LONDON, Dec. 26 A correspondent at Durban reports that agons, which, a de tachment of the Ninety-fourth regiment were in chanre of. sot in a swamp, and all hands laid aside their arms to extricate them. The Boers suddenly appeared and demanded their surrender The soldiers rushed for their arms, but before they were able to defend themselves, they were shot down While a Boer "v as attempting to hoist a republican flag at Potchefstroomhewas shot by a British officer, who the Boers immediately shot dead The four per sons reported to ha\ been murdered at Potchefstroom were a commandant of the Cape mounted police and three civilians. They were brutally murdered in the midst fan assembly of 3,000 Boers The driver of a post car was murdered and the mail bag carried off Another report saj the Boers were shelled at Potchefstroom and...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 30 December 1880

NEW YEAR'S MORNING. Only a night from Old to New! Only a night, and so much wrought' The Oia Year's heart all weary grew, But said, "The New Year rest has brought." The Old Year'siheart, its hopes laid down As in a grave but trusting, said, "The blossoms of the New Year's crown Bloom from the ashes of the dead." The Old Year's heart was full of creed With selfishness it longed and ached, And cried, "I have not half I need 1 My thirst is hitter and unslaked. "But to the New Year's generous hand All gifts in plenty shall return True loving it shall understand By all failures it shall learn. "I have been reckless, it shall be Quiet and calm, andpure of lite. i was a slave it shall go free, And find sweet peace where I leave strife." Only a night from Old to New' Never a night such changes brought, The Old Year had its work to do The New Year miracles are wrought. Always a night from Old to New! Night, and the healing balm of sleep! Each morn is New Year's morn some time, Morn of a fest...

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. — 30 December 1880

A SONG FOR NEW YEAR'S EVE Stay yet, my friends, a moment stay Stay till the good old year, So long: companion of our -way. Shakes hands and leaves us here. Oh stay, Oh stay, One little hour and then away The year whose hopes were hie and strong Has new no hope to wake: Yet one hour more ofjest and song For his familiar sake. Oh stay, Oh stay. One mirthful hour and then away. .The kindly year, his liberal hands Have lavished all his store, And shall we turn from where he stands, Because he gives no more Oh stay, Oh stay, One grateful hoar and then away. Days brightly came and calmly went While yet he was our guest How cheerfully the week was spent! flow sweet the seventh day's rest! Oh stay, Oh stay. One golden hour and then away Bear friends were with us, some who Sieep Beneath the coffin-lid What pleasaat memories we keep Of all they said and did! Oh stay. Oh stay^ One tender houj and then away "Even while we sing he 6miles hi6 last, And leaves our sphere behind, The good old year ...

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. — 30 December 1880

mtfirr*! JYsv" DOOR AND WINDOW. BS HENB-y HIPLBT DOBEt, There is a window, broad and old, Barred with irons of massive mold. Back from the window, closed and fast, Stretches the \ista of the past A. lengthening vista, faint and dun. Beaching beyond the horizon's run. Men may wait at the window sill And listen, listenbut all is stUJ, Men may wait till their hairs are white Through the hours of day and night. Men may shower their tears like rain, And mourn that they cannot pass again Over the pathway of the past, But traveled first it is traveled last Turn with ine to the iron door, Many a moi tal has stood before' Lift the latch! It is fastened down' Its hinges are flecked with a rusty brown. Batter away at its massive plates' Hark! Do you hear the mocking Fates? 'Tis the echoes that go and como Like the measured beats of the muffled drum. Your hands are bleeding Then come away, Perhaps, at length, you have learned to-day That only when under the grass or snow We learn what mortals m...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 30 December 1880

*i *3I USEFUL HINTS. A PEBSON having twenty warts claims to have removed them all by applying, two or three times a day, the juice of a common Irish potato. THE Journal de JPharmacie gives the following receipt for a mucil age which will unite wood or mend por celain or glass. To eight and one-half ounces of a strong solution of gum ara bic add thirty grains of a solution of sulphate of alumina dissolved in two thirds of an ounce of water. To BENOVATE black lace mix bullock's gall with sufficient hot water to make it as warm as you can bear your hand in, and pass the lace through it. It must be squeezed, not rubbed and it would be well to perfume the gall with a little musk. Rinse the lace through two cold waters, tinging the last with a little blue. After drying, put it into some stiffening made by pouring.boiling water on a very small piece of glue. Squeeze it out, stretch it and clap it. Afterward, pin it out on a linen cloth to dry, laying it very straight and even, and taking c...

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. — 30 December 1880

WWWBBSHBW, 1 CouJit) co. inis n, iet i dt b.mta Clau* m.s con iuwi i soi. atbunds." the Pioneer Drug toture u.jt:l after New \cais A. good many peo.ue. v.il s.vcar off'' Saturday mornu aud ^et 'on it" before Sunday night. The P-rmceton UJS!0.N co ipleted its fourth volum". Lutij may she wave. Elk River Nt!us. Remember uiu y, age elect km will be lukl on Tuesday. Tickets printed on very short notice at the L^UON office. Bring along ywur job work now. Have just leeeived a stock of. faucy type and a fcupp of new stationery. W. B. Miwluli, proprietor of the C'01-d Joiirmd-Prcss, pays a personal I-Toperty tax of $174.09. There was a touileenth addition to Mr. Jo-eph Jsmer' family, last We inesday. It is girl. Tl'.o-'c Frenchmen beat all. IMessrs A. F. Ii ward,' A P. Harmon Lenn Pratt, H. F. Barker and Rela Babb o-n rr.tnted the New Year even with the printer. "Go iliou and i!o likewise." The Elk Kivn Simian is not so poor in this world's eood-4 as he would have folks believe he He pays a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 3 February 1881

VOL. V. MAIN STREET, IAIN STREET, Prescriptions Carefully Compounded at All Hours of the Dayjr Night. The 3e*t Assortment ol Goods in tbis Line North of St. Paul and Minneapolis. Drags. .Chemicals, Paient Medicines, Oils, Paints, Dyes, Colors, Per fumery, Lamps Brackets, Toilet Requisites, Combs, Musical Instruments, Trusses, Pocket Books, Pocket Knives,Stationery, Candies Cigars, Tobacco, &c. &c. Til Sfljir tnd Ssw Ansrican Sewing .Min es Always on Hani am' fcr Sals Chea* Mahoney & Go Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, Notions and Toilet Goods. ,.-jjfcv Also Agents tor the" "NO-NEXPLOSIVE LAMP COMPANY," Of Cleveland. "Ptscriptions Carefully Compounded and at the LOWEST PRICES N. E. JESMER, Denier in GENERAL MERCHANDISE: A Large StOck of Uplt and Fancy Groceries, General and Fancy Dry Goods. Notions, Men and Boys1 Ready Made Clothing, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Glassware, China and Stoneware, Cigars and Tobacco. The Finest Stock of Cuoice Candies, Confectionery and Fruits...

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. — 3 February 1881

flic ftatflu Mm. R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms:$3.00 per year in advance. CURRENT OPINION. THE London Times predicts that the Bank of France will fall back on the silver standard to stop the drain of gold. GENERAL GARFIELD has selected for his private secretary one of his old students, Prof. G. C. Hill, principal of the normal school at Oregon, Mis souri. UNC LE Rufus Hatch's gun, which he loaded so heavily for the telegraph consolidation, kicks out behind. Jay Gould claims that from Hatch he first got the idea of the consolidation. I is reported that the Canadian au thorities are getting rather tired of their erratic protege, Sitting Bull, and would be very glad to snrrender him to the United States authorities. TriE Cane Growers' Association, in session at Minneapolis, Jan. 21, voted to send a barrel of Minnesota sugar to President-elect Garfield. This is the heaviest infliction of taffy yet reported. GE N. GARFIELD announces that his cabinet will be made up to satisfy all the diff...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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