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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 15 September 1881

If WAS* ^S*^ s-* WW to DEAD BRAYES OF OLD ENGLAND. [Subjoined are aome of die moat stirring stanzas in one of the finest poems by Oscar Set in this stormy northern sea, I" MS^^ Queen of these restless fields of tide, s-Ksijl England! What shall men say of thee JW%% Before whose feet the world divide? pr?T For southernwind and east wind meet Where girt and crowned by sword and fire, England withbare and bloody feet 'i, Climbs the steep road of wide empire, fi^. O lonely Himalayan height, i^ Gray pillar of the Indian sky. Where saw'st thou last in clanging fight Our winged dogs of victory? The almond groves of Samarcand, Bokhara, where red lilies blow, And Oxua, by whose yellow Band The grave white-turbaned merchants go And on from thenceto Ispahan, The gilded garden of the sun, Whence the long dusty caravan Brings cedar and vermilion. Here have ourwild wareagles flown, And flapped wide wings in firery flight But the sad dove, that sits alone In England-she hath no delight. In vain th...

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. — 22 September 1881

m$fi' n- E0 ml*'* .A" MAHONEY &CO., W Princeton, Minn., -DEALERS IN rugs -AND MEDICINES. Patent Medicines, Choice Cigars, Pure Wines and Liquors for Medicinal Purposes, Etc., Etc. ENERAL STORE. S. Ml. BYERS, Mala St., PRINCETON. The Lowest Prices ever known to the Retail Trade in Princeton. "A nimble sixpence is better than a slow shilling." I^EWELL A. ROSS, DEALER 1ST Stationery, Assorted Candles, 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 AND TOEUROPE 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, hristensand, Stavanger, Throudhjen, Bre men, Copenhagen, Gothenburgu, Groninger, Havre, Hamburg, Harlingen, Malmo, Paris, Rotterdam and other European continental cities, as well as tickets by rail lo New ...

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. — 22 September 1881

i* *#iwW* 1 i' ^A PRINCETON UNION. TEEMS:$2. 00 per year in advance. FAEM products have redently advanced in all the markets of the world. "Wheat being the leading article of food for Europe and America, all other products, such as barley, oats, rice, and in fact all the pro ducts of the farm sympathize with wheat, and the prices for these nave also advanced. How long this advance will be kopt up no body can tell, but high p)ic3s should not tempt farmers into extravagance, under a mistaken idea that good times are bound to continue for nnv definite period. 4 THE BUUISU Cyclopedia estimates the population of the United States for the year 1900 at one hundred millions. Begin ning with the year 1880, as the assumod date of this calculation, we have a gam of one hundred per cent, to achieve in twenty years. I other words, the average annual increase from 1880 to 1900 A. D., requi site to verify the .estimate of the authority above cited is two millions and a half but it must be recollec...

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. — 22 September 1881

THE UNSPOKEN THOUGHT. "CM** by Prosper Merimee. SS^ Tbe30 two, they loved each other well, J* But neither would the'seotet tell -4?*S |4a hey Beamed hfce enemies and yet ,W Their hidden lovs" Was passionate. ^v*f/ At laat they said farewelland then They met not, save in dreams, again. h| 1 hey both were'dead-r-de&d long ago, 1'etfccaroely knew thai it was Bo. l?^ A FRENCH GRIFFITH CHUNT.' As TolU in Letters Which Were Intercepted ,l Prom Madame DePoneain tp Madme Cruise. JYbremoer.I promised to write to you, my dear Sophie, and I keep my word the* xaoie willingly that time hangs heavily on one's hands these long evenings. I believe I told you, in my laistletter that I had dis covered two facte: the first, that I wa&tarn ing thirty the second, that Henry and I were paupers. In order, to put our affairs in order, we must pa^s St least two years awayfrom the luxuriejKttthe^'city, and to the gloomy old manor where-1 am writing. I have beeu simply* sublime,, Sophie. As soon as I ...

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. — 22 September 1881

?^7 ramt.ii r'JBUSHED EVERY THURSDAY INDEPENDENT REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. TEHMS, $ 2 O O Per "STeeir. R. C. DUNN, Publisher. |F*Only 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 rmc amdavit of publication is furnished All sorts of job work neatly and promptly executed Job work for cash AT LAST! COLUMBIAMOURNS HER FALLEN CHIEF! tlniversialTributesof Re spect to the Memory of the Dead Hero. MEMORIAL SERVICES TO BE IIEEI AT THE CONGREGATIONAE CHIIRjClI THIS VILLAGE. At 10 30 Monday, the gallant sol dier and pure and patriotic statesman breathed his last in the "cottage by* the sea,'* at Elberon, N The assassin's work is now complete. The Nation, as one man, mourns...

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. — 22 September 1881

*& WW o, $ ry. rS te A ww^wag? PERSONA!-KF& Miss Lillie Barton and Miss Ella Mov own team up from Spen cer Brook, and took dinner at the Aincri- ton drove tlieir l 1 can House, Tuesday. hh sft^.'.*' Miss May Hannay and Miss Lydia Mc Kenzie are teaching in their old school districts down in the town of Isanti, Isanti county. ^JV Mr. H. B. Cowles finds his business in creasing so that he is obliged to employ another clerk and he has secured the ser vices of Mr. Joseph Borden. Attorney Barker went out to Elk River, Tuesday, to atteud the sale of forfeited lands, and with the intention of invest ing a few dimes in Sherburne county tax titles. Mr. R. B. Newton goes below next week to "lay in" a supply of fall and winter goods. C. H. Rincs spent the three first days of ihe week in 'St. Paul selecting more new goods. Judging from appearances he calculates on having a rip-roaring trade this fall. Heob. Gates leaves for his lumber camp, Cass county, this, Thursday, morning, ''to comp...

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. — 22 September 1881

WW^^Wt^ The8Ptioss r^ l^ ????#s,?A*Aa 3IQT1IEITS BOYS. ^Pastr From* no Withprintarof ^V l^-4% 1 11 i glowing,1carpet, "1 tliea Lancaster Examiner.n trace of 8U.alllBmuddyand boots y with bloBsom a 8 v^, there are stains my fdi "f %-f' es disfigured fruit*- wal V^ A $m tlaa ^A*"1 Wf$i ar small fingers and hands. lAnfl that you own household most truly &} in immaculate purity stands. *'H a!*i iss*1 -And I know thattreasuresr my parlo is litteredr||^ N*^1 Unharme the presence of boys Mr 1*^ Wit many old j toys fi^ 'While yonr ownyism daintiest order, *Ht -3. i .And I know that my room is invaded 3 E Quite boldly all hours of the day f'f^ While you sit in your's unmolested .L.ySe, Aud dream the soft quiet away!'***cllr "Ifes, I know there are four bide bedsides wbeie I must stand watchful each night 'While you go out in your c&rmge, And flash in your dresses so bright,f- i ISow I think I'm a neatlittle woman I like my house orderly, teo And I'm fond of all dauvy belongings, Yet ...

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. — 22 September 1881

:H '-'/a 0 n^Hi^iiiiiiiiii HOUSE AND FARM. Household brevities. If a little vinegar or some cider is mixed 'with stove polish it will not take much rub bing to make the stove bright, and the blacking is not likely toflyoff in fine dust. Cheese is supposed to assist digestior when taken in small quantities with indi gestible vegetables or fruits. Hence the American fashion of serving it with pies, and the European habit of taking it after ^jk eating a salad. Ii is extremely indigesti i vrhen eaten in large quantities and alone. Starch, according to a German authority, may be made more glossy by adding to 1-i lb. when made up into a paste, from two to ^jthree spoonsfuls of the following emulsion: ^Spermaceti, 1 parr gum arubic, 1 part bo ,Xsrax, 1 part glycerine, 2 1-2 parts water, 241-2 parts. V- r'\ $, 4' Mrs. Mary A. Liverinore says that one Hit, /'evening twenty yeais ago a few ladies in ify&X terestod in the welfare of women disoussed !$"/*'. ^the employments open to women. T...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 22 September 1881

rq THE MISTAKE ABOUT HAMP SEE. A Practical lesson for Teachers and Pupils. By George Gary Eggleaton. "Harnp See a dunce! .Well may be so but arter what I've seed, it'ud take a smart er schoolmaster thn you to make me think It was old Riley Vaughn who spoke, and although old Riley had no education, his hard sense and sound judgment were re spected by all the men who sat there in the village pottomce waiting for the mail. He had grown prosperous by dint of hard work and good judgment, and his neighbors were accustomed to ask for and to respect his opinions. "I did not say precisely that, SI j*Vaughn," replied Mr. Penruddock, th schoolmaster. "I only said that my efforts to educate the boy were render futile and nugatory by reason of his ine*. plicible inability to grasp and retain so sim ple a thing as the accidence of the Latin Mb," "That means, in plain English, that he ain't got no gnp on what you teach him, don't it?" asked Riley. "Yes, that is what I mean," replied the schoolmast...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 29 September 1881

VOLUME GEO. MAHONET AC*, ,{1*' Princeton Minn., DKALBBS IN 113 yu. sirs i [Jt AND MEDICINES. Patent Medicines, Choice Cigars, Pure "Wines and Liquors for Medicinal & Purposes, Etc., Etc GENERAL STORE. r- "*w*T\ S. M. BYERS, Main St., PRINOSTOir. The Lowest Prices ever known to the Retail Trade In Princeton. "A nimble sixpence is totter, than a alow shilling." l^EWELL 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. /"\CEAN STEAMERS. WHITE STAR LINE. FROM AND TO EUROPE FROM NEW TOSK. 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, Chriatensand, Stavanger, Throudhjen, Bre men, Copenhagen, 6othenKurgh, L. BRADY, Groningr Havre, Hamburg, Harlingen, Maimo, Paris, Rotterdam and other European continental cities, as wel...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 29 September 1881

?^^*&tmsmm*im aiiiiui^iiiViiiii^iiiMifii PRINCETON UNION. B. DTJKN, Publisher. TEBMS :$2.00 per yew in advance. THE DATS DOIN GS Condensed from the Moat Reliable Tele graphic Dispatches up to the Time of Go ing to Press with this Bide of ourPaper. RAILROAD RUMBLINGS. The Northern Pacifio company have let to "Williams AUpham a contract for the building of a dock at Superior. The dock to be 1,000 feet long by 160 wide, and to have a channel ICO feet wide, on three sides of it It is estimated that it will coat in the neighborhood of $10, OOO. Work will be commenoed immediately, and it is expected the dock will be finished the coming fall. It is rumored that the Chicago, Milwaukee Jk St. Paul company has arrangements about completed for running a fast train between Chicago and Sioux City and Yankton. The train will run over the Chicago and Pacific, Dubuque and Prairie du Chien divisions. The Indian outrage epidemic has spread from New Mexico to Colorado. A Bawlins dis patch says a c...

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. — 29 September 1881

THE NEW PBEBTDENT rnt stared at most intently, bat he moved quickly to the depot entrance. Senator Jones of Nevada, Col. Fred Grant and Mrs. Grant, Secretaries Windom, Hunt, James, Lincoln and Kirkwood, Attorney General MaoVeagh, Private Secretary Brown, Drs. Boynton, Agnew, Ham ilton and Bliss. Mrs. James, Mrs. Blaine, Mrs. Lincoln, and the private secretaries of .the members of the cabinet followed. After they had entered carriages on the outside a slight pause followed. Ten sturdy soldiers ap proached the car in which the body lay. The coffin was gently passed oat of the broad door. The soldiers grasped it, and eight of the num ber, four on each side, bore it upon their Bhoulders. One soldier walked before and another followed the coffin. The escort of officers brought up the rear. A hearse had been drawn up on Sixth street, at the wide entrance just south of the depot building, where baggage is customarily delivered. Before passing from the sheds to the street, the mournful proc...

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. — 29 September 1881

K_ JF$ V.J PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY INDEPENDENT REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. TEBM3, $ 2 OO IFez "STear. R, 0 DUNN, Publisher. jSTOnly Paper published in or within 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 sorts .of job work neatly and promptly executed. Job work for cash. The UNION is more than pleased with the action of the Republican State con vention- Next to Gilman, Gen. Hubbard was our first choice, and we can honestly say, hurrah for Hubbard! Capt. Braden will make a splendid State auditor and the UUION heartily endorses his nomin ation. The eloquent Gov. Davis is at the head of the State central committee, and gallant Capt. Castle is sec...

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. — 29 September 1881

a 4 SPENCER BROOK, Sept. 28th, 1881. Schumaker & "Walker are selling goods cheaper than ever, and more of /hem their store is crowded from morning till night with grangers who have got their ideas brightened upfound out that they can buy goods as cheap here at .retail as jn Anoka or Minneapolis, and have the pleasure of dealing with upright and honest men the firm is now carrying a full line of general merchandise and have the largest stock of goods in Isanti coun ty. Call and see Ike and John. An artist, by the name of Johnson, has pitched his tent here and is taking pict ures for the natives, at twenty-five cents apiece, rain or shine. Ho! all ye that thirsteth the live mor mon that was seen at Cambridge, talked to the/people hdre last Sunday, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon and 7 in the ev ening it is as easy for him to quote 8cripture as for a naughty boy to suck eggs, and it seems to be as easy to prove mormoniam by the bible, asit is to prove any other doctrine by it they be...

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. — 29 September 1881

^v^. AHI the ultra fashionables of New York crashed home on the first of the month, be cause it was the correct thing to do, but the weather having become warm again many of them have returned to their various (Summer resorts. *tei A CAMFOBNIA paper predicts great bene rfitofrom farmers' meetings which have lee inaugurated in that state to exchange experience, consider such questions as the diversity of crops, the varieties and capa bilities of the soil, the renovation of ex- iMusted lands, and everything that pertains to increasing the profit and honor of their .avocation. *u. A GREAT number of persons besides Tresident Garfield, thought Mrs. Dr. Ed eon must have been a great bore, before she was retired at his requestand certain ly she was a regular artesian to newspaper readers, What a relief it is on opening a paper not to see, "as Mrs. Dr. Edson came from the president's room she was inter viewed and Baid" etc.. The information comes from Chicago that the soarcity of corn and p...

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. — 29 September 1881

nao "wrr^ LOVE RE-AWAKEMXG. "He loved me once," she nranxran low) "Love leadalove'a every sign No need for hie lips to tell me to, V? I knew that his heart was mine. Bat lapse of years and change of skies Make warmest hearts grow cold 'When I gaze to-night in his dear, blue eyes, Shall I Bee the love of old? Fate may frown and death may sever, But love for an hour is love forever." He comes They meet in the very place Where they parted lone ago Slowly oat of each altered face The treasured features grow. Their hearts are fuller than hearts cat hold, Of memories sweet or sad, And the lips of the man at length have The silent love of the lad. Fata may frown and death may sever, But love for an hour is love forever. Amon. quAjra LOSG'S FOBTUKE. i Steady IevotIo to the. Washlub tor Si Years and the Result. From the Erie (Pa Dispatch. Among the passengers that boarded the western bound train, last evening was Qnang Long, Esq., the washerman of Seventh street. Seeing the reporter, he beca...

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. — 29 September 1881

-IffI JJ. ROLL-CALL. *& %$ ^'Corporal Green!" theOrderly cried j$W "Here! was the answer, lond and clear, M^ FromH threelxpa or the soldier who stoodnear ST^Ml* ~kaA w &' 4 i i I r, word the next replied.^ $&1!$l MOyrus Drew!"then a silence fed jgf( *t This time no answer followed the call Only his rearmau had seen him fall, A Killed or wounded he could not tell. ,f |J c'if There theyatood in the failing light, v* For the foe had crossed from the otheraide That day in the face of a murderous fire. That swept them down in its terrible ire, And their life-blood went to color the tide. "1 These men of battle, with grave, dark looks, As plain to be read as open books, While slowly gathered the shades of night The fern on the hillside was splashed with blood, And down ui the corn were the poppiesgrew, -v Were redder stains than the poppies knew And crimson-dyed was the river'sflood.?** "Herbert Kline!" At the call there came Two stalwart soldiers into the line, Bearing betwee...

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. — 6 April 1882

1 EO. MAHONEY AGO-, Princeton, Minn,, DEA.LEES IN rugs AND MEDICINES. Patent i ernes, Choice Cigars, Par? Win-fi N aad Liquors for Medicinal poses, Etc., Etc. ENT.3AL 3T0&E. S, Main St., PBINCJSTOX. The LOwes* Prices ever known to the R^taii Trad in Princeton, "A i .-:::.l: ili.i-r.ct is bettsr. than a alow fu'.Si Stationery, Assorted Candles, Cannetl Fruits, Dates* Figs, Walnuts, Pecans, Filbert s, Almonds, Brazils, Peanuts, Tobacco, C-iga :Js and Cigarettes. At P. 0, Princeton, Minnesota. ^V'.'EAS STEAM MRS. WHITE STAR LINE. Fi'.i.'i: A.N3 1\ ECaOPB fe'UOM KSV,' VOP.K. F.-' tujii ti jkets by th" C1I.- W ijuru'.s Liverpool i?idiQiieeu5- "-^ii'arsfc, London-terry, is toI, B'^r r?, Chris iSUiv-niaer, TkrouJlijoa, GENERAL IN PRINCETON. p,-.i ATTOR and Gia.?- ti 17-a, B. liu^m, Got-heahurgh, rollings".-, !i)ur,r, Hailingon, Mjimo, Paris, .1.-. i othiM- En rope-.m eonf ::vi]U I .-i..s tickets by ru.il to- New York th 'rewith, anJ all -i*i.-ossary in- \-*s-ii"iii:i the saiu or' "A. B...

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. — 6 April 1882

THE S 0 DUNN, Publisher. .20 MAHONEY & CD., Princeton, fV5innM JJEA^KP.S IN -AND- MEDICINES. Patent Medic-ines, Choice Cigars, ?ur 'ft-.n*~. t.jd Liquors for ModtuiaaL Et c, Et.: .^'o^e. 're LQwost 'rices ever known to the R^iB'ii Trade in Princeton, A'-.O'vri-S, 4! 3.:',:?ail? Peanuts, P. il. rrn:c8taa, Mv' J. GENERAL :w. fi ATTORNEY ..ai :iM Physician jR ita. STAR LINE. ftt.m 'U by .4-,3oi.'(:. o,i.- -ad adtiaiji wilt rvv prompt at PfO-FSSIONAL. Uj.lyiH. New Varieties of Tomatoes A new strain of tomatoes, originated by Sir. Livingston, the producer of the Acme and the Paragon, two of the best to matoes of late years, called the Perfection, ='A combination of the best qualities* o :ii*9 varieties. The fruit is very eariy, of a dram size, baa a smsot h, tough skin, 'hie a makes it valuable for shipping pur poses. and the pulp is solid and of good davor. It especial marit is that it ripens All over and through at the -saiae time. An other aew ssoIMucr tomato, the May dower, i.i v...

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. — 6 April 1882

B. 0 DUNN, Publisher. 0. MAHONET A CO, Princeton, Minn., -rDEALEBS IN- AND MEDICINES. Patent Medicines, Choice Cigars, Pars Wines aad Liquors for Medicinal Purposes, Etc., Etc. pi ENEBAL STORE. S. ML BYERS, Main St., FKraCETOK. Tfte LOwest Prices ever known to the Retail Trade in Princeton. "A nimble sixpence is better, tliaa a Blow shilling." N JEW-ELL A. ROSS, DEAIiEB IK Stationery, Assorted Candles, Canned Fruits, Dates, Figs, Walnuts, Pecans, Filberts, Almonds, Brazils, Peanuts, Tobacco, Cigars and Cigarettes. At P. 0. Princeton, Minnesota. /"VCEAN STEAMERS. WHITE STAR LINE. FHOM AND TO EUROPE 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, Curiatensand, Stavange Tnroudhjen, Bre men, Copenhagen, Gothenburg!), Gronlnger, Havre, Hamburg, Harlingen, Mulmo, Paris, Rotterdam and other European continental cities, as well as tickets by rail to- N...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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