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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 7 April 1881

jp*v?t ""^f^ 9 S/vlSS :?r rx ^*P1 HE NEXT NEW STATE. the GOT. Ordway Interviewed Regarding Present and Future of Dakota. A correspondent of the New York Tribune recently had an extended interview with Gov. Ordway, of Dakota, and that gentleman's views on the prospects of the territory are given at length below. As it is among the possibilites that at least one state, comprising a portion of the present territory of Dakota, will seek admission to the Union during the present Congress, the views of the governor will be found worthy of record: "My experience as governor, and especially that in connection with the legislature of the Territory, is directly and intimately connected with the formation of one or more States from the present Territory, and it has led to the formation of some pretty well defined ideas In my mind of the action which should be preliminary to the passage of any enabling act by Congress. The legislative assembly con vened at Yankton on the 12th of January. It was...

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. — 7 April 1881

No ('mice Friday matter? cvi'ivn What's the Dry Sized Kalsomine, ready for 1 lie Pioneer Drug Store. se, at The best iind purest apple cider can be had at Mew ton's. Another consignment of phoea has arrived at Rines'. boots and To-day, Friday, is the last day of the spring term of the village schools. Five hundred suits of men and boys' ready made clothing at RmesY Red and white lead and oils, varnishes, etc., at bottom figures', at Caley & Neely's. The most complete stock of paints, oils and varnishes in town at the Pioneer Drug Store. _____ If we cannot have a railroad let us have the next best thinggood wagon roads A new stock of gents' line ready made clothing, direct from Boston, is displayed ,at Rines'. Beautiful rustic picture frames, just the thing to ornament your home, at the Pioneer Drug Store. For want of time and space a radical communication on whiskey-sellers is crowded out. Kalsomine, all colors, ready for use, heaper than the cheapest, at Caley & Neely's. A ...

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 April 1881

WTe THE SEN ERAL MAIN STREET, Spring Opening. We are Now Getting in Our Spring and Summer Goods. We Have a Large Stock of as FINE GIBNT^S CLOTHING As Can be Found this Side of St. Paul, and at Low Prices. WE HAVE SOME CHEAP AND NOBBY SUITS FOR YOUNG MEN. IN THE BOOT AND SHOE LINE Have the Finest Display of Nice Goods Ever Shown in Princeton. We Have Ladies' French Kid Boots, in Button and Side Lace, also French Calf, Pebble Goatee and Cheaper Grades. OUR LADIES' AND MISSES' LIKE Of Empress Ties, Newport Button and Tie Shoes Cannot be Excelled. Ladies Who Want a Fine Boot or Shoe Can Find Them at Our Store, Without Sending to Minneapolis for Them. We Would Respectfully Invite the Ladies to Call aud Examine Our tioods, as We are Confident the Goods Will Please All. \VB HAVE A FULL STOCK OF DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES And Everything the Farmers Require, and Still Buy and Pay the Highest Cash Prices for All Kinds of Farmers' Produce. We Shall Still Try to Keep up the Reputation of Our Store...

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 April 1881

Ito l?ancfton ^niou. E. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms:$2.00 per year in advance. CURRENT TOPICS EDISON has obtained his 301st pat ent. He has also secured several assessments from stockholders in his electric light company, Edison is a great man, but the success of his inventions seems to cling to the beau tiful beyond. _ A LEARNED Presbyterian divine in Louisville has demonstrated to his own satisfaction, if not to the convic ion of the local press, that St. Pat rick was a Presbyterian bishop and missionary. THE province of Ontirio spent $10,- 000 on immigration klast year, and secured 400 actual* settlers* The keen-eyed European^keep right on to a free home in th*eUmM edtates when they once start, which shows their shrewdness and good sense. THE AJpngolianr America is rapidly learning the ways of civiliza tion. Mr. V^ee Sine, a Chinese^ Ohio man, married an American, and after a year's trial of his charmer has con cluded to divorce her from his bed and board, and thereunto has filed h...

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 April 1881

msm m* FAREWELL. The boat wait drifting, drifting, over the sleeping sea, And the man that I loved the dearest sat in the boat with me. The shadow of coming parting hung over the great gray swell, And the winds that swept across it sobbed only, farewell, farewell. The boat went drifting, drifting, in the lingering northern night And the face that I loved the dearest paled with the paling light We strove to join light laughter we strove to wake a jest But the voice that I loved the dearest rang sadly 'mid the rest. The boat went drifting, drifting, while the dull Bkies lowered down, And the "raggid rims of thunder" gave the rocky head a crown. The boat wont drifting, drifting, while to the dark ening sky, For the man that I loved the dearest, the prayer rose silently. Oh, true, strong hand I touch no more brave smile I may not see Will the God who governs time and tide bring him back to my life and me? All the Year Round. A RUN FOR LIF E. In my young days I was an enthusi astic entom...

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 April 1881

y+ TO-arOBKOIT. JOAQUIN MILLER. Oh, thou to-morrow! Mystery! Oh, day that ever runs before! What has thy hidden hand in store For mine, to-morrow, and for me Oh, thou to-morrow! what hast thou In store to make me bear the now Oh, day in which we shall forget The tangled troubles of to-day Oh, day that laughs at duns at debts! Oh, day of promises to pay! Oh, shelter from all present storm! Oh, day in which we shall reform! Oh, safest, best day for reform! Convenient day of promises! Hold back the shadow of the storm, Oh, blest to-morrow! Chiefest friend, Let not they mystery be less, But lead us blindfold to the end. THE SELF-SACRIFICE. It was a western homeplain and smallthe prairies stretching away from it on all sides in green billows. Near it was a little group of maples, their tender foliage stirring softly in the evening air. There were a few stars out, and low in the west a cres cent moon hung, looking for the nonce like a broken ring, one golden half gone. This thought came t...

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. — 14 April 1881

UN- AT LAST. ~+Z%\ V. FERGUSON. ,""r i At last I hold your little hand in mine", And in the azure softness of your eyes,' O love, I see now depths of glory shine, While in my heart a passionate surprise Is mingled With a rapture half divine. So long, my darling, you were hard and cold, So long I saw your beauty from afar, And brightperfection shining hkt the gold Of some serene, unreached, unclouded star, Set high and pure for mortals to behold. What wonder if the hope grew dim and faint That in the sweet dead days had shown so fair, When, glad with dreams no bitterness could taint, No sad and sullen savor of despair, My heart was as a shrine, and you its saint. Then came a time when, weary and forlorn, I walked alone along a barren way, Like one that travels weak and.overworn, And all the tender prayers I had to pray Could only move their pity or your scorn. The bitter thought of all my fate must miss Hung dark and like a pall across the years The tender sweetness of a woman's kiss...

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. — 14 April 1881

it i v^i^y THE FOUNTAIN O TEARS. If yon go over desert and mountain Far Into the country of sorrow, To-day, and to-night, and to-morrow, And maybe for months and for years, Xou shall come with a heart that is bursting For trouble, and toiling, and thirsting You shall certainly come to tho fountain At lengthto the fountain of tears. Very peaceful the place is, and solely For piteous lamenting and sighing, And those who come living or dying, Alike from their hopes or their fears Full of cypress-like shadows the place is, And statues that cover their faces But out of the gloom springs the holy And beautiful fountain of tears. And it flows, and it flows, with a motion 80 gentle, and lovely, and listless, And murmurs a tune so resistless, To him who hath suffered, and hears You shall surely, without a word spoken. Kneel down there and know your heart's broken, And yield to the long-curbed emotion, That day at the fountain of tears. For it grows, and it grows, as if leaping Up higher, the...

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 April 1881

.f. OUB YOUNG FOLKS. Peacock Blue. Ada Louis-a Adele Depew Bought her a bonnet of "Peacock Blue Bought her a bonnet and gown to match, And a necklace of blue with a golden catch [Velvet and feathers and ribbons new i And they all were alike of the Peacock Blue. Anna Elizabeth Leavitt Lowne Made her a bonnet of elve brown Made it herself, for this maiden knew There was mrbne could make it with taste as true, Trimmed it with russet to match her gown And her gloves were as neat as the best in town. Proud of her handiwork, frank and free, Anna Elizabeth called to see Ada Louisa, her friend so true, Who had purchased the beautiful Peacock Blue. Ah I you have come for a walk with me And to envy my elegant drew,'' eaid she. jAnna Elizabeth felt no more ^roud of the pretty dress she wore Said toherself, There is nothing mine Of so brilliant a color or half so fine." ,But the neat little thrush, with its notes so clear, "Need have naught from the peacock so proud to fear. Wide Awake. Pat's B...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 14 April 1881

Ladies to Rines' and see those new fashioned 1 skirts. The Gujiivbridge Press says Ira CoDger will run the prist mill at that village. Send along any items of interest and the UNION W ill gladly publish the same. The publisher of the Cambridge Press signs himself "Peter Magnus esquire." If you want a trunk or satchel in which to stow away your effects, go to Bines' and get a good substantial and servicea ble one. A score of different patterns of beauti ful ^vall-paper can be had at Rines'. Window curtains and window trim mings, of the best quality and neatest patterns, at Rines'. The bridge at Sadley's upper mill is completed, so is the bridge at Woodward Brook. Mixed paints of all imaginable colors, by the pint, quart or gallon, at prices to jfeuit, at Caley & Neely's. If you want a nice, serviceable walk ing cane, call around at the Pioneer Drug Store and select one before the best are all disposed of. Paint brushes, kalsomine brushes, u hitewash brushes and varnish brushes wi...

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 1881

4 MAIN STREET, dd Spring Opening. We are Now Getting in Our Spring and Summer Goods. We Have a Large Stock of as (SENT^ S FINE: CLOTHING As Can be Found this Side of St. Paul, and at Low Prices. WE HAVE SOME CHEAP AND NOBBY SUITS FOR YOUNG MEN. IN THE BOOT AND SHOE LINE We Have the Finest Display of Nice Goods Ever Shown in Princeton. We Have Ladies' French Kid Boots, in Button and Side Lace, also French Calf. Pebble Goatee and Cheaper Grades. OUR LADIES' AND MISSES'vLINE Of Empress Ties, Newport Button and Tie Shoes Cannot be Excelled. Ladies Who Want a Fine Boot or Snoe Can Find T&em at Our Store, Without Sending to Minneapolis for ThenV^We Would Respectfully Invite the Ladies to Call ana& Examine Our lioods, as We are Confident the Goods Will Please All. \VK HAVE A FULL STOCK OP DRY GOOSSiAND 0R0GEB1ES And Everything the Farmers Require, and Still Buy and Pay the Highest Cash Prices "for All Kinds of Farmers' Produce. We Shall Still Try to Keep up the Reputation of Our St...

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 1881

"Mf $ ^-u^-v* llic Uiwehnt Union, E. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms-$2.00 per year in advance. TIMELY JOTTINGS. A BRIGHT warm southern wind, mingled with the aroma of the Poto mac flats, will prorogue the Senate in short order. The country will be re conciled. COL. BOB INGER*OLL sells his own lectures, and recently cleared $2,000 *by one speech in Brooklyn. On the strength of this a Xew York manager offered him $25,000 for 500 lectures, declined with thanks. THE foreign dispatches state that in Vienna there has been another collision between the students and the Government."* Probably the students can now appreciate the story of the bull that tried to stop the railroad train. THE Texas penitentiary is full of horse thieves. The horse and the cow are sacred animals in Texas mythology. To steal one is the un pardonable sin, and there are cases where even murder is not a mitigat ing circumstance. Foil over two years the County Couit at Lafayette, Yamhill county, Ore., lias been engaged at 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 April 1881

:f5R JjJJ*/ A THE E.AO THAT FOLLOWS THE PLOW. 1 km the lad that follows the plow Robin and thrush just whistle for me In a hickory suit, pretty well worn, 1 go to the fields at early morn, I help toscatter the golden corn Robin and thrush just whit le for me. Out in the meadows and woods and lanes Robin and thrush just whistle for me I watch the sheep and Iamba at play When the grass is high I toss the hay There isn't a boy in the world so gay Robin and thrush just whistle lor me. I go with father to shear the sheep Robin and thrush just whistle for me. I fodder the cattle, the mangers fill, I drive a team, I go to the mill, I milk the cows with aright good will Robin and thrush just whistle for me. I help,the peaches and plums to save Robin and trrueh just whistle for me. I am the boy that can climb a tree There isn tan apple too high for me There isn't an apple I cannot see Robm and thrush just whistle for me. When I'm a man I'll own a farm Robin and thrush just whistle for me Hor...

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. — 28 April 1881

'it vmt*. AT NIQHT. BY MAURICE THOMPSON The moonhangs in a silver mist, The stars are dull and thin. Sweet Peace and Sleep spread loving arms To fold the whole world in The air is like a speel the hills Waver, now seen, now lost The pallid river wanders by A vast unquiet ghost. A horned owl, on silent wings, From out a cavernous place, Speeds, like a bolt of darkness hurried Athwartthe shimmering space, Above the vale, from woodto wood, And leaves no trace behind Like some dark fancy flung across A pure aud pious mind! April Lippincott. Curious, Useful, and Scientific. AN ELECTRIC TIDE. Alexander Adams, one of the of ficers of the British postoffice tele graph department, has discovered the existence of the electric telegraph cir cuits. By long continued and care ful observations has determined dis tinct variations of strength in those earth currents which are invariably present on all telegraphic wires, fol lowing the different diurnal positions of the moon with respect to the eart...

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. — 28 April 1881

aAr THERE'S A LITTLE MOUND. BT K. W. LOCKE. There's a fresh little mound near the willow, Where at evening I wander and weep There's a dear vacant spot on my pillow, Where a sweet little face used to sleep There were pretty blue eyes, but they slumber In silence, beneath the dark mold, And the little pet lamb of our number Has gone to the heavenly fold. Do I dream when in sleep I behold her, With a beauty so fresh and divine, When so close to my heart I enfold her, And feel her soft lips upon mine When so loving those gentle eyes glisten That my vision is lost in my tears, And bewildered, enraptured I listen To a voice from the spirits' bright spheres There's silence in parlor, in chamber, There'? sadness i every room Oh! I know 'twas the father who claimed her, Yet everything's burdened with gloom But I'll not be a comfortless mourner, Nor longer brood over mypain For I know where the angels have borne her, And soon I shall see her again. A STORY OF LAST YEAR. BY RENA HOFFMAN. It w...

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 1881

GOSSIP OR THE LADIES. Three Women. iiiree women went sailing out on the street TTo the brown-Btone front where the red flag hang. They jostled the crowd all day on their feet While going and going and gone" was rang. For women must go where bargains are had And buy old trash, if never so bad. And husbands must ever be groaning. tiree husbands, all hungry,went homeward to dine, njBut when they arrived there was nothing to eat. Three women, all crazy, and feeling so fine, Were gabbling of bargains along on the street For women must talk of bargains they buy, And homes must suffer, and babes must cry, And husbands must ever be groaning. Three women were showing their husbands with glee Their bargains at prices never were beat. Three husbands, all starving, and mad as could be, Were tossing the bargains out into the street For men don't know when bargains are cheap, And women, poor creatures, do nothing but weep. And husbands must ever be groaning. JST. ft Dodge,inPuck. Mexican Women. 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. — 28 April 1881

ST. CLOUD NORMAL SCHOOL. Legislative Examination of the Charge of Sectarianism. Some time since the Eev. Mr. Mc Niff and others made charges of sec tarianism against the managers of the St. Cloud Normal School, and said charges were made the subject of legislative examination by a commit tee appointed for that purpose. That committee has recently completed its examination and made the following report thereof to, the governor: To His Excellency, Gov. John S. Pillsburv: The joint committee appointed by the legis lature to investigate the charges of sectarian ism preferred against the management of the Third State Normal school at St. Cloud, Minn., beg leave to report that on the 22d and 33d days of March, A. D. 1881, they inquired into the subject matter submitted to them for investigation, and on such inquiry find the facts to be as follows: W. B. Mitchell of St. Cloud is the resident director of the school, and Prof. D. H. Kiehle is the superintendent, he having taken charge of the...

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 1881

J**""' fee*' *v J$&L& WmBa&BB ?____5r_*w^"l!!i-Y** rasr! *mXfflSm&gmafSm S\uel f.rrle cjder at Newton's. All varieties of gas den seeds, at Head (& Lori.ug'tf. It,is now .time that yards and alleys should be thoroughly cleaned. I. S. Mudgett has commenced work his new house. Nice winter apples, carefully picked over, by the barrel, at HEAD & Louisa's. Mr. (lmrles Anderson and family have moved up to the crossing to stay during the summer, For the dtepepsia take Dr. Thomas AVilson's Wild Cherry Bitter?. 3w2Sapr Paints and oils of all descriptions at liices'. The East and West branch bridges are the favorite promenades for Princetonians on Sunday?. Sunday was a magnificent day, and ihe fellow who was fortunate enough to secure a horse and buggy and a girl was happy. Clover, timothy and red top grass seeds can be had at Rines'. "VVc have been authorized, to procure three bushels of No. 1 seed corn, for which cash will be paid when the corn is left at this office...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 12 May 1881

VOL. V. i"? is i NT?S 3ENERAL MAIN STREET, jjUfcj&l Call and Learn Uy m. lo Trouble to Show Qcods. Openin We are Now Getting in Our Spring and Summer Goods We Have a Stock of as FINLarge E CLOTHING As Can be Found this Side of St. Paul, and at Low Prices. WE HAVE SOME CHEAP AND NOBBY SUITS FOR YOUNG MEN. IN THE BOOT AND SHOE LINE We Have the Finest Display of Nice Goods Ever Shown in Princeton. We Have Ladies' French Kid Boots, in Button and Side Lace, also French Calf, Pebble Goatee and Cheaper Grades. O UR LAMES' AN MISSES' 1LINE Of Empress Ties, Newport Button and Tie Shoes Cannot be Excelled. Ladies Who Want a Fine Boot or Shoe Can Find Them at Our Store, Without Sending to Minneapolis for Them. We Would Respectfully Invite the Ladies to Call and Examine Our (loods, as We ar^p Confident the Goods Will Please All. WK HAVE A FULL STOCK OF DRY GOODS AND GB And Everything the Farmers Require, and Still Buy and Pay the Highest Cash Prices for All Kinds of Farmers' Produce. We Sha...

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. — 12 May 1881

3* 'e*t &&, Mt Vruwrton Hui0tt. R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms:#2 00 per year in advance. CURRENT TOTTIiYGS I N Oregon no man is allowed to take a drink at a public bar without first taking out a $5 license, and the newspapers publish lists from time to time of the men who have obtained licenses. It is a penal offense for a saloon-keeper to sell to a man un provided witli a license. THE number of salt-water fisher men in New York city has increased wonderfully during the past few years. The favorite fish of the gait water anglers of Kew York are the sea trout or weakfish, and the striped bass. The weakfish begins to bite about the first v^eek in May. PROBABLY the most remarkable di gestive apparatus in North Carolina is that possessed by John Eans. a planter, in Henry county, who goes regularly to a cool brook, after break fast and dinner, and swallows a hand ful of gravel--a habit he has indulged for years, while enjoying robust health. A GENTLEMAN who has known Gar field for...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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