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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 12 May 1881

MSta*. iA^ A&&?>"% GOSSIP FOB THE LADIES. Oa Presenting a, Bungled Ring-* TblB dainty thing Thou call'st a ring Bath linked to it a spangle, OnVhieh, in gold, Thou may'st behold My mongramic tangle. This prettycharm Can never harm Fair maiden. Yea, I swear it. While I, not bold, Beg'st to unfold A hope that thou may'st wear it Sweet maiden rare, Heed'at thou my prayer Nay, but a moment linger7 See! now I place, With knightly grace, The token on thy finger. Initials mine On hand divine List when the ring is jangled Forlol it tells In joyous knells Of one true heart entangled. B. C. Dodge. Home and Its Queen. There is probably not an unperverted man or woman living, who does not feel that the sweetest consolation and best rewards of life are found in the loves and delights of home. There are very few who do not feel themselves indebted to the influences that clustered around their cradles for whatever good there may be in their character and condition. Home based upon Chris...

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. — 12 May 1881

HAVE A CARE, AWD BEWARE. There's a boy fall of Joy, seldom coy, bM a toy Which consists of quiver and bow By repute he's acute, rather mute, but can shoot, And bis aim is at random, I trow. It is clear he's a queer, little dear, and I hear That his arrowsare swift in their flight Have a care, and beware how you dare anywhere Meet the youngster by day or by night. Sow he brings 'neath his wings, silken strings, pretty things. And he calls them his true lovers' knot, Which he tries to disguise, as he ties up his eyes, Then he's blind as a bat, every jot Sat I find, though he's blind, he's inclined oft to bind Maidens' hearts with his gay cords of love t" 80 beware, have a care how you fare when you dare To commune with this boy as you rove. With a glance of romance he'll advance, and enhance All the virtues that he may possess On his knees he will please by degrees he will tease Then hell flatter, and soothe, and caress. 80 again, to be plain, if jou deign to retain In your cervlce th...

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. — 12 May 1881

Haunted. I'm haunted by a pair of yes, Softly bright, of wondrous size With pen or book Do what I will, With steady look. They haunt me still. It seems so strange that those twoeyes Of ev'rything beneath the Bkies Should fill my heart With joy's quick glow, Then make me start With pain and woe. All me, those eyes! I dread their gaze They fill my soul with such amaze, To know they see What I would hide, And pity me. But do not chide. They do not chide, those dear, dear eyes They do not seem to feel surprise, But softer glow, On me the while, As they, too, know Love's own sweet wile. In dreams they come, beyond my will, And steep my soul in wond'rous thrill. I can not tell How it can be, This magicspell That's over me. Nor how those eyes, e'en when away, Can melt in mine their soft'ning ray. They have no right To haunt me so. Both day and night Where'er they go. 1 would I could forget those eyes, That gleam like lights in. Paradise. With pen or book, Do what I will, With steady look T...

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. — 12 May 1881

fMb CROWS VH THE CORN. ZUCMQnt J. RAIX. Wake op, John, An' come an'milk the cows The robins an' the bluebirds are a-singin' in the boughs The sun hez beenin sight An hour above the hill Tis time to feed tb.9 bosses an' to give the pigs the'r swill. Caw! caw! caw I The crows are in the corn Oawt cawl caw! Git up an' blow yer horn I Caw! caw! caw! Ske-daw I ske-daw! ske-daw. Crowe are jest the meanest things a body ever saw! John, come home Ez quickly ez yon can! Oh, drop yer hoe, an' leave yer row, an' bring the hired man I The cows hev jumped the bars, And got into the rye The pigs are in the gardenthey hev broken from the sty! Caw! caw! caw! The crows are in the cornI Caw! caw I caw! Oh, stop an' blow yer horn! Caw! caw! caw! Ske-daw! ske-daw! sKe-daw! Fannin' ez the nicest thing a body ever saw! CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE. In the year 1689 there lived in Paris a woman of fashion called Lady Mazel. Her house was capacious and four stories high on the ground floor was a large servants'...

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. — 12 May 1881

V. FACTS FOR THE CURIOUS. THE lobster has been known to attain the age of 20 years. THE entire feathers of an owl weigh only an ounce and a half. IT is said that the lion will suffer no other animal than the dog to live in the same den with him.,. SNAKES have a great repugnance to carbolic acid, which acts as a sudden and fatal poison to them. DR. SPABBMAN is of opinion that the lion is a great cowardor at least, that his courage is not proportionate to his strength. SIB JOHN LUBBOCK once tamed a wasp. It ate sugar from his hand, per mitted him to stroke it, and was inclined to be quite social. ON more than one occasion sparrows have been seen to bury a dead comrade, and the funerals were largely attended. They cover the body with leaves and ut ter cries of distress. BIRDS are very particular in choosing their mates. They are just like people in this respect. Even after they are mated, if the male gets hurt or loses his show feathers, the female will desert llim.,-.. BBITISH heads a...

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. — 12 May 1881

till LADIES, ATTEWTIOHT. CALL AT THE ESICK STORE. A Splendid Line of New jffii)li#ery Gcccls, &c. &c. Jesmer has just opened out his newPrinceton stock of spnug goods and his capacious stoie looks like a flower garden in full blossom. He desires to call the particu lai attention of the ladies of Punceton jind vicinity to his exceptionally fine stock of j,oods in their line. He has a beautiful assoitriipnt ot ladies' hats al icadj' tiimnied, Dolman Cloaks and TJ1-Kentuck}' bier& ladies linen suits cord and tassels of ail colois eveiy vaiiety of Novelty Diess trimmings and hinge"' cardboard and tidy canvass and worsteds laces and Hambu*gu edgings, etc., etc. Ladies you aie one and all requested to call and f-ue toi yourselves. You are not obliged to puicUase if you don't want to. It is 1.0 tiouble to sho.v good's, as cleiks are employ ed for that purpose. HARVEY, WALES & CO Paper Hangings Shades, Mouldings, Frames, Steel Engravings line Pho tos, &cEntrances, 125 Ni...

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. — 26 May 1881

NT'8'..' Can iS^is& A MAIN STREET, W are Now Getting in Ou Spring and Summer Goods W Have a Large Stock of as FINof rfv 9 3ENERAL Dealer in 8 V3J-, ::{f 4 10S*" rT^ 1 11 1 E CLOTHING Found this Side St. Paul, and at Lo Prices. W E HAVE SOME CHEAP AND NOBBY SUITS FOR YOUNG MEN. IN THE BOOT AND SHOE LINE W Have the Finest Display of Nice Goods Ever Shown in Princeton. Have Ladies' French Kid Boots, in Button and Side Lace, also French Calf, Pebble Goatee and Cheaper Grades. OUR .LADIES' AWB MISSEV MWE Of Empress Ties, Newport Button and Tie Shoes Cannot be Excelled. Ladies Wh Want a Fine Boot or Shoe Can Find Them at Our Store, Without Sending to Minneapolis for Them. W Would Respectfully Invite the Ladies to Call and Examine Our ioods as We are Confident the Goods Will Please All WE HAVE A FULL. STOCK OF I Pill And Everything the Farmers Require, and Still Buy and Pa the Highest Cash Prices "for Al Kinds of Farmers' Produce. W Shall Still Try to Keep up the Reputation of Our Stor...

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. — 26 May 1881

VOL. V. Spring 3ENERAL UA1N STREET, CD a PP. We are Now Getting in Spring and Summer GENT^Su FINE thi Can he Fon fi&*& A 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. Have Ladies' French Kid Boots, in Button and Side Lace, also French Calf, Pebble Goatee and Cheaper Grades. OUR BLAMES' Atfp MISSES' MKE Of Empress Ties, Newport Button and Tie Shoes Cannot ^Excelled. Ladies Who Want a Fine Boot or Shoe Can FindThem at Our Store, Without Sending to Minneapolis for 1 hem. Wo Would Respectfully Invite the Ladies to Call and Examine Our (ioods, as We are Confident the Goods Will Please All. WE HAVE A FULL STOCK OF Prices* Ourt L0 W a an St rau1 We Haved a Large Stock of as Si :K1 l*"v And Everything the Farmers Require, and Still auv Cash Prices "for All Kinds of Farmers' Produce. Keep up the Reputation of Our Store and Make it as it Always Has The Farmers' Store. Give us a Call. Dealer...

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. — 26 May 1881

Wit Wmaton ^lutou. R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms:#J.OO per year in advance. CURRENT PARAGRAPHS. THE state of Texas has accepted the plans of E. E. Meyers, of Detroit, for a new capitol building at Austin, to cost about $1,000,000. TEX AS has recently enacted a law "which has been approved by the gov ernor, giving a pension of public lands to all confederate soldiers who enlisted in that state. THE average condition of wheat in Ohio (100 being the basis) is eighty five. The yield this year is put down at 44,895,653 bushels. MOSES KOBINSON had for many years paid taxes on his property at East Northfield, Vt., at a valuation of $10,000. When recently it was put up to $50,000, he became insane and com mitted suicide. A Windsor castle a portrait of Lord Beaconsfield hangs in her majes ty's private writing-room, opposite one of the late prince consort. Once, being asked how it was he man aged to be such a favorite with her majesty, he replied, sententitiously: Well, you see, I never contra...

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. — 26 May 1881

HOM^ SWEET HOIBE," AS BBET HARTE WOULD WltlTE If. Brown b' San Juan, Stranger, I'm Brown. Come up this mornin'from Frisco Ben a-saltin' my specie-stacks down. Ben a-knockin' around, Fer a man from San Juan, Putty contddab frpquent- Jea' catch outer that streak o' the dawn Bight thar Ues my ho?" T Bight thar in the red I could slop over, stranger, In po'try Would spread out old Sbakspoke cold dead. Stranger, you freeze to this there ain't no kinder gin-palace Nor no variety-show lays over a man's own rancho. May be it hain't no style, butthe Queen in theTower o' London Ain't got naathin' I'd swop for that house over thar on the h.U-side. Thar is my ole gal the kids, the rest o' my live stock Thar my Bemington hangs, and that there's a grid dle-cake brllln' Fer the two of us, pardand thar, I allow, the heavens Smile more friendly-like than on any other locality Stranger, nowhere else I don't take no satisfaction. Gimme my ranch, 'n' them friendly old Shanghai chickens I brung the orig...

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. — 26 May 1881

u.. 1. The doggie was frowsy, wheezy and old The cat was fat as a pig And neither the oat or the wheezy old dog Would think of dancing a jig. Her cry when the childrenranabout, They disturb her so, poor dear I I told my daughter the child must keep Out of sightyes, out of her way Children abound, you know, everywhere, While a parrot's not found every day." Pi8$S5U5 4WRffiSSBRNqt^ 017B JVTT5N11JE8. The Story of Mother MubbarA in 1881. Sam* Hubbard lived in a brown-stone house With windows of French plaie-glaM, And she kept a dog, and a wonderful cat, But never a lad or lass. One day Mother Hubbard went out for a dme^ With her neighbor, Grandmother Grey The two old ladies wore gowns of silk, And kerchiefs from far Bombay Their hair was puffed, their bonnets in style, And their ooaohman dressed so gay, The boys and girls all stopped and stared As they drove along that day. Now old Mother Hubbard said to her friend, *SLet us lunchI am hungry and cold t" 80 they drove to a place where th...

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. — 26 May 1881

THE CULMINATION. Senator Conkling's Threatened Sur prise to the Country. He and Senator Piatt Resign their Offices as United States Senators. Political Circle* in a Fever of Excitement over the Probable Result to the Party. lollowing closely on the surprise to the political world by President'Garfield in his withdrawal of certain nominations to the Sen ate, comes the unexpected resignation of Bos. coe Conkling and Thomas C. Piatt, as United States Senators from New York, the aet being the culmination of the unpleasant controversy between the President and the New York Sen ators over the nomination by the President of Judge Robertson to bs Collector of the Port of New York. The first intimation in Wash ington of this step, was the reading of the following letters on the assembling of the Sen ate, on May 16: WASHINGTON, May 16, 1881.To Hon. C. A. Arthur, Vice President: SirWill you please announce to the Senate that my resig nation as senator of the United States has been forwarded to...

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. — 26 May 1881

THE CULMINATION/ Senator Conkling's Threatened Sur prise to the Country, i He and Senator Piatt Resign their Offices as United States Senators. Political Circles in a Fever of Excitement over the Probable Result to the Party. following closely on the surprise to the political world by President Garfield in his withdrawal of certain nominations to the Sen" ate, conies the unexpected resignation of Bos. coe Conkling and Thomas G. Piatt, as United States Senators from New York, the act being the culmination of the unpleasant controversy between the President and the New York Sen ators over the nomination by the President oi Judge Robertson to bt Collector of the Port 'of New York. The first intimation in Wash ington of this step, was the reading of-the following letteis on the assembling of the Sen ate, on May 16: WASHINGTON, May 16, 1881.To Hon. C. A. Arthur, Vice President: SirWill you please announce to the Senate that my resig nation as senator of the United States has been forwaid...

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. — 26 May 1881

vim^i'-i!m!imm^esi&' BILLY PATTERSON. W8? The Story of the Party Who Struck Him Told I a New Way. [From the Tnrf, Field and Farm.]' Many of the readers of the Turf, Field and Farm know the identity of the personage who struck Billy Patter son, thereby giving that bruiser a no toriety he would never have obtained otherwise. The hero of that memora ble feat, as many now living can testify, is no other than the genial Nicholas Spicer," whose charming contributions to the columns of this journal have gained for him wide celebrity and hosts of admirers. Several, versions of the famous old query, Who struck Billy Patterson have appeared in the newspapers, but, as all are erroneous, it is time that the mystery should be cleared up, when the public will give "honor to whom honor is due." The circumstances attending this adventure may be briefly narrated thus: Nicholas Spicer," then a resi dent of Gotham, where he had gone from the Sunny South "to complete his education in his chosen pro...

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. — 26 May 1881

V&r''*'< IS.* lutwaiwttMwftiCTMiafrWftMteflflqM People's Store. C. H. Rines has now on display a fine assortment of cxti a nice goods received direct from Chicago this week. He has3rd. no hesitation in assuring his customers that this stock of goods is at least ten per cent, better in quality and ten per cent, cheaper in price than any he has hereto fore purchased. He finds that it pays to do business with Chicago merchants and he means to give his customers the bene fits of the bargains he has secured. The ladies are requested to call around at the People's Store and take a peep at the many nice things "to be seen .there for instance, a new design of shawls, tasty linen suits, beautiful Pacific lawns, fancy satin skirts, splendid mohair suitings at 10 cents per yard, the latest novelties in parasols arid fans, cords and tassels, etc. Ladies, when you are in town call in at the People's Store and you will see more in a minute than we could tell you about in a week. HAKVEY, WA...

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. — 2 June 1881

Main Street, PRINCETON, FIRST STREET, THE R, C. DUNN, Publisher. YOL. V. CALEY NEELY, -DEALERS IN- Heavy and Shelf Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, Nails, Axes, Ropes, Window Glass, Chains, and Everything that is to be had in a First class Hardware Store. FARM MACHINERY! Champion Self Binders, and Mowers, McCormick Harvesters. Reapers Gorham and Peerless Sulkey Cultivators, Hollingsworth and other Standard Horse Rakes. LARGE VTOCK OF Carpenter's, Farmer's and Joiner's Tools, Pocket and Table Cutlery, Harness Trimmings, Whips, Wheel Barrows, Wooden Pumps, Lead Pipe Cistern Pumps, Wagon and Carriage Stock, Paints, Oils and Lubricants, Together with a thousand other articles which go to comprise a First-class Hardware Store. ALSO A HEAVY STOCK OF Furniture, Sash, Doors, Blinds and Building Material. Special inducements offered in Stoves. All kinds of Jobbing Work done on short notice and at reasonable Rates. Close Cash Buyers will do well to call on us before pur chasing elswhere as we Defy ...

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. — 2 June 1881

llic l?ticrtou 3ltuou. R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms:$2.00 per year in advance. CURRENT TOPICS. A LEADER in Germany says that "the German people have now only one want, and that is money enough to get to America." THE Silver State says that two men have discovered a whole mountain of *ron ore in the Jackson creek moun tains, some fifty miles northwest of "Winnemucca, Nev. They say the re when broken looks like the grain of fractured stee l, and they think it car ries from 75 to 90 per cent, of metal. PATENT medicines in England now yield a government revenue of over $1,000,000. They were first taxed in 1873, under an act requiring venders of secret remedies to take out a license and pay a stamp duty. This act did not apply, however, to any one who had served apprenticeship to a sur geon, apothecary, or druggist. GEORGE WILLIAMS, the only re presentative of the negro race in the Ohio legislature has fallen heir to $50, 000, by which he will be able to retire from business and politics...

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. — 2 June 1881

HISS* i\\ 1 COXTBNTMBNT. BY EOBOK MAODOHAUV, I am content In triumph'a ton* My long let people know! And many a mighty man, with throne And scepter, is not eo And if he la, why then I cry, The man ia jnat the same aa The Mogul's gold, the Sultan's show, The hero'a bliss, who, vexed To find nomore of the world below, Baiaed his eyea moonward next would not have it things likethat Are only fit for laughing at My motto lacontent with thia Gold -rankI prize not such. That which I have, my measure ia Wise men desire not much, Men wishand with andhave their will, And wish againaa hungry stall. And gold or honor, though it rings, la but as brittle glass The fluctuating course of things Shows that aa it doth pass, Oft changing many into none, And giving honor a abort run. To do right, to be good and clear, Ia more than rank or gold Then are thou always of good cheer, And blisses haat untold Then art thou with thyself at one, And, no man hating, feareat none. am content In triumph's tone, My...

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. — 2 June 1881

#5. I***" 2K&SS iT GEN. HUBBAHD, pf Red Wing, bids fair to be the anti-ring candidate for govern or this fall. M:ts. ABRAHAM LINCOLN is said to be in a dying condition at her home in Spring field, 111. ONB of the Anchor line steamers, the Macedonia, was wrecked off the coast of Bootland, on Tuesday. DECORATION day was very generally (observed in all sections of the country north of Mason and Dixon's line. THE American horse, Iroquis, owned by Pierre Loillard, was the victor at the famous English Derby races, on Wednes day. CAPT. PAUL BOYTON, encased in his rubber suit, started from St. Paul, Tues day, on his trip down the Mississippi to St. Louis. THE Pioneer Press, referring to Minne sota's two U. S. senators, says, "I is cu rious how little either of these senators know about State politics." CURIOUS: The Democrats all over the country are Conkling sympathizers. They believe in the Jacksonian doctrine "To the victor belongs the spoils." CHARLES KIRMSE, a dissipated youth, rigg...

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. — 2 June 1881

JV if' BLACKSMITHING pRINCETON Main Street, PRINCETON. Horseshoeinp Specialty. LOGGING AND TOTE SLEDS MANUFACTURED TO OR- DERA STOCK AL- WAYS ON HAND. f3P*A11 Kinds of Blacksmithing Done in the Best tyle and at Reasonable Rates. I Employ First-class Workmen, Use th Best Material and Warrant ail Work that goes out of my Shop. T. H. GAIJEneY Prop. SPENCER BROOK. Hurrah! YonStiust Looks t, Legale SHOEMAKEH&WAL Are Selling Goods Cheaper than any Other Firm North of Minneaoplis and Keep Constantly on Hand DRY GOODS, GROCERIES & PR O VISIONSHARDWARE CROCK- ERY, BOOTS & SHOES. HATS & CAPS, CANNED FRUITS O EVERY DESCRIPTION AND EV- ERYTHING GENERALLY FOUND I N A FIRST-CLASS COUNTRY STORE. W1 PAY CASH FOR HIDES, PEI/TS & FURS, And Give Goods in Exchange for All Kinds of FARM PRODUCE. Call and Examine our Fine Stock. Our, Goods arc First-Class and "Don't You Forget It." VVe Guarantee Prices "Down to Bedrock Fgures. if We can't Please You VVe shall Greatly regret It. Spence...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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