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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 4 August 1881

EO. MAHONEY &CO., Princeton, Minn., DEALERS IN Drugs AND MEDICINES. Patent Medicines, Choice Cigars, Pure Wines and Liquors for Medicinal Purposes, Etc., Etc. ENEBAL STORE. Si M BYERS9 Malm St., PROTOBTOir. The Lowest Prices ever known to the Retail Trade In Princeton. "A nimble sixpence is better than a slow shilling."" -VTEWELL A. ROSS, DEALER IN Stationery, Assorted Candles* Canned Fruits, Dates, Figs, Walnuts, Pecans, Filberts, Almonds, Brazils, Peanuts, Tobacco, Cigars and Cigarettes. ftt P. 0. Princeton, Minnesota. I^CEAN STEAMERS. WHITE STAR LINE. *FBOM A3JD TO EUROPE FROM NEW TORK. 'Procure through tickets by the cheapest and ibest'llne of Steamers to Liveipool andQtieene rtown, Dublin, Belfast, Londondeiry, Glas- gow, Cardiff, Bristol, .Jfergen, Christiana, hristensand, Stavanger, Tlnoudhjen, Bie men, Copenhagen, Gothenturgh, Groninger, Havre, Ham-burg, Harlingen, Malmo, Paris, ^Rotterdam and other European continental cities, as well as tickets by rail to New York in c...

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. — 4 August 1881

PRINCETON UNIOJC. B. TJNN, Publisher.- TEBMS:$2.00 per year in advance. MR, LABOTJCHEB E, an eminectlEirglish writer, predicts a speedy collapse on the stock exchangee, beginning in France and extending to England and the United States, and the downfall of all the rubbish which is now quoted at about ten times its value. THE commercial'reports show that dur ing the last week in July the volume of bus iness throughout the country, was 4A per cent greater than during the correspond ing week of last year, and that fixe aggregate was far beyond all precedent for the season. THE value of domestic provisions, tallow and dairy products exported from the United States during six months endiag June 30 was $^1,156,930, against-$69,525,- 829 during the corresponding period List year. The total value of the dairy products exported during May and June of this year was $3,835,984, against $4,942,004 worth exported during May and June of last year. THE Hamburg police authorities have discovered th...

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. — 4 August 1881

%mmm *mmim h THE FATAL ERROR. i i I "Clinton!" said Margaret Hubert, with a $ook of supreme contempt. "Don't speak of hiin to me, Lizzy. Hi very name is an offense to my ears!" and the lady's -whole manner became disturbed. "He -will be at the ball to-night, of course, trad will renew his attentions," said the friend, in an earnest.yet quiet voice. "Now, for all your expressions of dislike, I hare thought that yon wero really far from being, indifferent to Mr. Clinton," and affected a repugnance at variance with yonr tane feel- ings." "Lizzy, you will offend me if you make use of such language. I tell von he is hate ful to me," replied Miss Hubert. "Of course, you ought to know your own state of mind best," said Lizzy Edgar. "If it is really as you say, I must confess that my observation has not been accurate. As to there being anything in Mr. Clinton to inspire an emotion of contempt, or create so strong a dislike as you express, I have yet to see it. To me he has ever appeared in ...

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. — 4 August 1881

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. INDEPENDENT REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. TEnSilL^S, $ 2 OO "JPex ^Teax. C. DUNN, Publisher. jgrOnly Paper published in or within a circuit of twenty-two miles of Prince ton Has an extensive circulation in Isanti and Sherburne counties and is read in every household in Mille Lacs county Locals from 7 to 15 cents per line One inch business card $6 per year Rates for displayed advertisements made known on application at this office. All legal notices must be paid for be foie affidavit of publication is furnished All sorts of job work neatly and promptly executed Job work for cash. THE onginal land grant to the North ern Pacific amounted to 47,000,000 acres, an aiea equal to the state of Illinois THE Anoka Union is fair and gives both versions of the McCau^y case We cannot say as much for the Heitdd ALL the Swedes in Isanti county are not horse-thieves, but all the horse t'neves in Isanti county are Swedes THE Irish land bill has been passed through the house of com...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 4 August 1881

nqmwi ata/uMHom/mi y^^vjwmmeiikitma I* *!'.+'(^7,K-'!" THE OUTLOOK. BY FRANCIS B. POE. Watchman, what of the night? For over our land is a lowering cloud Columbia weeps with spirit bowed, And the star of Freedom wanes Out toward the dawning light Watchman, look from your topmost tower And tell what sign for this periled hour! "All's well'God reigns!' Watchman what of the night? A murderous power, half man, half fiend, .By the broad, free folds of our banner screened, Is laying his deadly trains While woman, pale with fright, And men, dismayed, ask: "Whence hath come This sudden foe, revengeful, dumb?" 'All's wellGod reigns!' Watchman, what of the*night? For men entrusted with high commands Have sown dissentions with wilful hands, And severed the golden chains Of peace that filled with light Our country, whose flag from sea to sea Floats proudly shall it dishonored be? "All's well'God reigns!' Watchman, what of the night? In the shadow of death our hero lies, While love keeps vigil 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. — 4 August 1881

MARRIAGE A LA MODE. A hat, a cane, C'' A nobby bean! A narrow lane, A whisper lew. A smile, a bow, A little fliit, An ardent vow That's cheap as dirt. A hand to squeeze, A girl to kiss Quite at one's ease Must needs be bliss. A ring, a date A honeymoon, To find too late, It was too soon! -Puck, AVETERAN OK SNAKES. Vow the Bites of the Poisonous Copperhead and Rattlesnake CHII be Keadily Cured Stories from the Delaware Water Gap. Correspondence of the Philadelphia Times. "Oh, yes, there's plenty of snakes'round here yet, and there's bound to be, with so many rocks and trees about." It was the old man who keeps a rustic lemonade stand at Winona Cliff yonder who spoke, in answer to a question I put to him this morning as I sat under the pa vilion,slowly quaffing one of his concoctions through a straw. He has lived in this vi cinity for nearly half a century and could tell me every point in that grand landscape, fifty miles in extent, which was spread out before me. He had begun the con...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 4 August 1881

THE GREAT GERMAN IipEDY i FOR RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, SCIATICA, LUMBAGO, BACKACHE, [Gr-OTCJ'3?, SORENESS OF THE CHEST, |S0B THROAT, QUINSY, SWELLINGS AJTD SPRAINS, FROSTED FEET AND i EARS, SXTH.SJTi3 AND TOOTH, EAR AND HEADACHE, AND ILLOTIfiPli AND ACHES. No Preparation on earth equals ST. JACOB3 Oir. a3 a SAFE DOKB, SIMPLE and CHEAP External Remedy. A trial etitailt but the comparatively trifling outlay of 5i) CUNTS, and ever? one suffering with pain can have cheap and poaitiva proof o! its claims, DIRECTIONS IS ELET2N LANGUAGES. S0L3 BY ALi. DSJD01STS AND DEALERS IN MEDIQiHs. A. VOGELER & CO. Haltimore, ML, V. S. An MRS. LYDIA E. PiNKHAM, OF LYIH, MASS., LYDIA E. PBNKHAM'S VEQETABLE COMPOUND. Is a Positive Cure for all those Painful Cosnplalat* and Weaknesses o common to oarbest fentalo population. It will euro entirely the wont form of Female Com* plaints, all ovariantroubles, Inflammation and Ulcera tlon, Falling and Displacements, and the consequent Bplnal Weakness, and Is p...

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. — 4 August 1881

A 13 A NEW YORK LOYESONG, fi* From the Independent. I love yon, Love, for good or ill, As brown bees lore Bweet honey I love yon, lore, son, heart, and will, For somber skies or sunny And yet I pause, I falter stilL For oh! one thought, onedoubt doth thrill My darling have yon money? I love yon, Love I love yon, Love But oht yon must have money. A sweet rose is a rose, my Love Yet it holds no honey. The busy bee he will not stay, But humming aira he hies away, To find arose with honey. CHOBUBI love you, Love I love you, Love But oh! yon must have money. Joaquin Miller. A DIVING-BELLE, Or the Most Romantio Incident In My Life By W. Payn, Esq. Seventeen was just the age at which I first met Charlotte Elizabethunder water. What think you of that? Are not such cir cumstances of first love new? Permit me also to add, with my hand upon my heart, that they are moreover true. It was on a Saturday afternoon, which was a holiday at our office in the city, and I was spending it in the improvem...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 18 August 1881

pi EO. MAHONEY & CO., Princeton, Minn., DEALERS IN. AND MEDICINES. Patent Medicines, Choice Cigars, Pure Wines and Liquors for Medicinal Purposes, Etc., Etc. ENERAL STORE. S. M. BYERS, .Main St., PBINCETOIT. The LOwest Prices ever known to the Retail Trade in Princeton. "A nimble sixpence is better than a Blow shilling." N EWELL A. ROSS, DEALER IN Stationery, Assorted Candies, Canned Fruits, Dates, Figs, Walnuts, Pecans, Filberts, Almonds, Brazils, Peanuts, Tobacco, Cigars and Cigarettes. At P. 0. Princeton, Minnesota. |~|CEAN STEAMERS. WHITE STAR LINE. 'FROM AN TO EUROPB FROM NEW YORK. Procure through tickets by the cheapest and best line of Steamers to Liverpool and Queens town, Dublin, Belfast, Londonderry, Glas gow, Cardiff, Bristol, Bergen, Christiana, Chriistensand, Stavanger, Throudhjen, Bre men, Copenhagen, GothenVurgh, Groninger, Havre, Hamburg, Harlingen, Malmo, Paris, Rotterdam and other European continental cities, as well as tickets by rail to New York in connection...

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. — 18 August 1881

WA #s PRINCETON UNION. K. C. DUNN, Publisher. TERMS:$2. 00 per year in advance. CAREFUL estimates place the wheat crop of Minnesota for 1881 at 35,000,000 bushels against 39,000,000 of last year, but it is probable that advices from the threshers will make a still greater reduction. THE majority against prohibition in -North Carolina is set down at from Bixty to seventy thousand. The whites were divided, and the negroes voted solidly against it. All the preachers in the state entered vigorous ly into the canvass and traveled about mak ing speeches. REPORTS frem England are to the effect that the wheat crop will be 24,000,000 bush els in excess of the short crop of last year. There is also a material gain in France. The Russian harvest is said to be the best "known in years. Our own agricultural de partment reports a great shortage on wheat, but figures thus far are merely conjectural. YEKKOB says we may expect agreat change in the weather about the time the new com et is in periheli...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 18 August 1881

SOPHIE PEROWSKAJA. Down froni her high estate ahe stept, A maiden, gently born, And by the icy Volga kept yi-TtirTPj" 1 Sad watch, and wafted morn And peasants say thatwhere ahe slept The new moondipt her horn. Yet on and on, through shoreless snows Stretched tow'rd the great north pole, The fonlest wrong the good God knows Bolls as dark as rivers roll. "While never once for all those woes Unspeaks one human soul. She toiled: she taught thepeasant, taught The dark-eyed Tartar. He, Inspired with her lofty thought, Rose up and sought to be "What God at the creation wrought, A man! God-liko and free. Yet e^er before him yawns the black Siberian mines! And oh. The knout upon the bare white back! The blood upon the snow! The gaunt wolves, close upon the track, Fight o'er the fallen so! The storm burst forth! From out that storm The clear, red lightning lept And lo, a prostrate royal form! lake any blood, his crept Down through the snow, all smoking warm, And Alexander slept! Yea, one lie...

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. — 18 August 1881

A3?"". Irooit PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY INDEPENDENT REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. IVERlwES, $ 2 O O E'e "STear. R. C. DUNN, Publisher. f3T0nly Paper published in or within a circuit of twenty-two' miles of Prince ton. Has an extensive circulation in Isanti and Sherburne counties and is read in every household in Mille Lacs county. Locals from 7 to 15 cents per line. One inch business card $6 per year. Rates for displayed advertisements made Known on application at this office. All legal notices must be paid for be fore affidavit of publication- is furnished All sortu of job work neatly and promptly executed. Job work for cash. JOYFUL tidings! The heart of the na- tion is again glad. The president had so far recovered from his relapse as to be able to partake of beef essence, in the natural way, on Wednesday afternoon. He is still very weak and by no means out of danger, but the people re/joico to know that he is much better than he was in the early part of the week, when he hovered on- the...

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. — 18 August 1881

c-V Fifty-six cases of boots and shoes just opened out at the Peoples' Store. The inside and outside of Mr. Kines' new mansion is about all completed, even to the painting Auditor Mudgett's new residence is also almost finished. AH the farmers for whom Whitney & Son have threshed express themselves as well pleased with the work performed. Elmer is a good, safe engineer, and in fact, none of the crew are green hands they all understand their business. Charley Tilton "barbarizes" the boys in tl American House bar-room at pres ent he expects a barber chair from below in a few days, then he will move into the room he has rented in the Brady block* Secretary Judson hai our thanks for a "complimentary for se'f aneMady" to the State Fair, which is to be held at the beautiful little city of Rochester, com mencing on the 5th Sept. and lasting all the week. The county commissioners at their last meeting adjourned till the 29th of Sept., and taxes can be levied at that meetinc. Had the boa...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 18 August 1881

V1-' BB-afllHl PROUD MOTHERS. li If all the mothers of all the birds Should happen to meet some day In shade or glen, Or where or when, No matterand one shouldsay: "Which are the brightestand bestof birds?" Whatwouldbeeachproud mother's words Robin or skylark, wren or crow? "Mine are the Sweetesfbirda I know!" If all the mothers of all the girls And boys were to meet some day From countries grand Or far Lapland, No matterand one should say: "Whose are the sweetest girls and boys, Spite of their roguish tricks and noise?" I know a mother would whisper true, "Mine are the darlings!"meaning you. WAS IT A WRAITH? "Welcome, most welcome to California* my friend," said Charles Evans, as we warmly shook hands on the wharf. I had just arrfved by the Pullman train from Omaha, having left New York seven days before, and the friend of my boyhood had insisted in his letters, when he knew of my intended immigration, on my pass* ing the first few weeks of my sojourn with him till I should be made...

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. — 18 August 1881

*H is MINNESOTA NEWS.I Martin's lumber yard at Minneapolis was set onflroand $1,000 worth of lumber destroyed. Charles Yoager, Jr., of Hastings has been bound over on a charge of committing a rape on {a young gir). Levi W. Stratton, an old and one of the pio neer settlers of the state, died suddenly at Man kato, of heart disease. Mrs. Lobdell, of Mankato, made three at tempts to destroy her life within the last three weeks. She has been sent to St. Peter. Mower county is to have anew court house, costing $30,000, work upon which has com menced, and all the mony except $4,000 is in hand to pay for it. A Goodhue county wife advertises her hus band thus, in a Red Wing paper- "Everybody is warned against Frank Hickman. He is the biggest swindler, liar and dead-beat in the state of Minnesota, By his wife, Mrs. Frank Hick man. The house of Mr. W. H. Kelley.at Owatonna, was robbed of silver, and attempts were made to enter Mr. DunnelTs house the same night The thieves have got clear off, 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. — 18 August 1881

"v. yK OUR MEETIKG. Ye stars that saw our meeting, Two beings and one soot Two hearts so madly beating To mingle and be whole. O, happy night, deliver His kisses back to me, r keep them all and give him A blissful dream of me. How Simon PeverittGot Married at Last. Master Westley, clerk and sexton in the small village of Woodham, was one win ter's morning sitting by bis cheery fireside, watching alternately ihe rain, fiercely beat ing against the lattice! window panes, and the brisk movements of his active little daughter, as she moved to and fro, busy about her household work. Presently she came in, bringing a hat, great-coat, and umbrella, observing "You will be wanting these soon, father. It is nearly 11 o'clock." She had hardly said this, when a loud knocking was heard at the outer door, fol lowed by the abrupt entrance of a little middle-aged man in a state of great excite ment, his face red, his hair rumpled, his "boots sp'ashed with mud, and his coat dripping with wet. "Why, ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 25 August 1881

R. 0 DUNN, Publisher. EO. MAHONEY & CO., Princeton, Minn., DEALERS IN AND MEDICINES. Patent Medicines, Choice Cigars, Pure Wines and Liquors for Medicinal Purposes, Etc., Etc. i ENERAL STORE. 8. M. BYERS, V* Main St., FKISTCETOK. The LOwest Prices ever known to the Retaii Trade in Princeton. "A nimble sixpence is better than a slow shilling." N JEWELL A. ROSS, DEALER IN Stationery, Assorted Candles, Canned Fruits, Dates, Figs, Walnuts, Pecans, Filberts, Almonds, Brazils, Peanuts, Tobacco, Cigars and Cigarettes. At P. 0. Princeton, Minnesota. O WHITE CEAN STEAMERS. STAR LINE. FROM AND TO EUROPE FROM NEW YORK. Procure through tickets by the cheapest and 7 best line of Steamers to Liverpool and Queens town, Dublin, Belfast, Londonderry,. Glas gow, Cardiff, Bristol, Bergen, Christiana, Christensand, Stavanger, Throudivjen, Bre men, Copenhagen, Gothent-urgh, Groninger, Havre, Hamburg, Harlingea, M&lmo, Paris, Rotterdam and other European continental cities, as well as tickets by ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 25 August 1881

PRINCETON UNIONS R. 0. DUNN, Publisher. TEEMS:$2.00 per year in advance. IT is believed that 30,000 troops, militia nd regulars, will take part in the York town.Va., celebration, October 18, 19,^20 and 21. Full regiments are expected from several states. HE British house of lords surrendered to the commons on the Irish land bill and thus averted a crisis that threatened to shake the country. The lords were discouraged at the threats on -every side to abolish or seriously curtail their influence in matters of legislation. JAY COOKE has written to the alms house authorities of Philadelphia, proposing to remove a young woman to a private asylum who lost all her money and her reason in the crash of 1873. She was an employe in one dapartment of Cooke's banking house, and soon after the crash was .placed in charge of the insane department of the alms house where she has since remained. HE census report on the fuel of the country states that four-fifths-df the fuel is wood and one-fifth co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 25 August 1881

FKA3CK AM) UEKMAJS Y,, fcY J. MONROE LliOVD. But one decade has passed, since two na tions of colossal strength were locked in deadly strife. Short was the conflict and decisive the victory. Germany triumphed and France lay bleeding at her feet. The conqueror was riot generous. She had her ancient rival at her mercya rival of whose superiority she had over, been jealous. She was ih ajposition to dictate terms, and ex acted" from'her fallen foe^afe indemnity un paralleled in the annals of history. Five bil lion trancs, with Alsace and Lorraine, was the price of peace. France submitted to .the demand, for, humiliating and unjust as it was, she-was in no condition to remon strate With the bloodthirsty steel of her in furiated enemy glistening above her. That was Geimany's proud moment. Flushed with success, she felt herself the supreme power in Europe. Ah! could her eages but have seen a little way into the future, or had they better understood the vitality of the subdued people they w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 25 August 1881

PUBLISHED EVEKY THURSDAY lNDEaEADfcNT REPUBLICAN IN Po-LITICS, & ,R- 9 JWN^tliohor, ijJAi j^Only Paper published in or Aiiih'm a oieuir euty-two miles of Prince- ton. Has an '"Ueii'dve eirculalion in Isanti and Sherburne counties and is read in every h.m-eho.'d in -Mille Laca county. _, Locali j'uni 7 lo 15 cents per line, One inch Ui-diuss card $6 pei j'car? Hates for dNphued advertisement1: made knov.n on application at this Slice. All b'gal notices must he paid for be fore atlbtavit of publii atiun ib funwshed A1! horts of job v.-oik neatly and promptly executed. _Job work for ash. THIS new.*, from Washington is a little more encouraging. On Wedncsdav thi president again partook of liquid food in the natuial way, and Lad .strength enough to endure, without flinchmg, a slight purgical nptn-a-ficmlancing of the parot- id gland and removing a quantity of pus about the size of pea therefrom. The president an: iou* to get auaj fiom the White Hou-e he wantd to go home Mentor, or ta...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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