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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 9 October 1878

T-T 1 1. &IVE US A H. &AIN STOIE, We 1 God Tea fon A No. lTeaftr UndidSTrnnfor The Old Iln-Rellable Firm of .JLJL* B. COWLES & CO As Usual are in the Market Witb a LARGE AND CAREFULLY SELECTED STOCK OF Dry Goods, Groceries and Provisions, Table Cutlery English and AmsriamIron Stone China, Mats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Clothing, Con fsct'wnaHes, Tobacco and Segars, e. TO A KEEP CONSTAN mn" O And we Cordially Invitb Purchasers to Give us a (Jill Before Purchasing Their Fall Supplies, as we Will Guarantee to Sell Goods as Cheap for CASH as the Same Quality of Goods can be Bought for in the State. WEI MEAN."BU8INEB8i I I CALL AND YOU WILL B. OGWL.ES &o DRUaGiST, CENTER BLOCK, MAIN STREET, PRNCETON, HAS IN STOCK Th4 Best Assortment of Goods in liis Line North of Min neapolis and St. Paul Consisting of DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PATENT MEDICINES, OILS,"PAINTS, DYES, COLO&S, PERFUMERY, LAMPS. BRACKETS, TOILET REQUISITES. COMBS, MUSICAL INSTRU- MENTS, TRUSSES, CIGARS TOBAC- CO,...

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. — 9 October 1878

I The Princeton Union. R. C. DtJNN, Publisher. TermB$1.50 per year hi advanoe. SP CURRENT TOPICS. Russia has promised Pe rs ia to fui the capital for the construction of a rail way from Tiflis to Teheran. It is ssid al so that the extension of the line from the Persian capitul to Afghanistan is contem plated, and that this is the object of the mission of General xVbramoff to the Emir of that country. A self binder reaping machine in Ore gon following unattended a team of run away horses, recently went through a hundred-acre Hold of wheat like lighting. When it was stopped, the machine had cut and bound a hundred and fifty bun dles 1u perfect order, but the swath was fearfully crooked. Among the notable incidents of the stagnation of the last three years is the fact that at Brussels not a single firm or company in the iron trade has failed. On the contrary. Belgium iron continues to be sold, and England is being Under sold by Belgium in her own markets, and bas even had contracts fil...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 9 October 1878

Letty's Gloou When Letty had scarce pass'd her third glad year, And her young artless words began to flow, One day wo gave the child a eolor'd sphere Of the wide earth, that she might mark and know By tint and outline all its sea and land. She patted all the world old empires peep'd Between her baby Angers her soft hand Was welcome at all frontiers- how she leap'd And laughed and prattled in lier pride of bliss! But when we turned her sweet, unlearned eye On our own isle, she raised a joyous crv, 'O yes! I see it,Lctty's home is there"!1 And while she hid all England with a kiss, Bright over Europe fell her golden hair." Jiev. GJuvles Tennyson Twrner. CHASED THE FIRE. In the coal regions of Pennsylvania there are railroads called "gravity roads," over which long trains run without the aid of locomotives. The. tracks are laid on a gentle incline, till they come to steep ascending planes, where stationary engines are placed, either at the head or foot of the slope. Here strong iron ro...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 9 October 1878

Across The Smiset Bay. The West Is one transcendent glow Of sunset splendor hurut-ln-hand The waves come 6inging up the sand Theif summer song of Ions: ago! Our boat rocks lightly on the tide. With steaming prow aud 6nowj sail, That dips before the freshening gale, As through the curling foam,we glide, The waves rejoice, the wind la fair As round tbo reed\ eape.we sweep, And past the Light exultant leap To the White arms of Delaware! Across the shoals aud far away We sktra (the low green shore-alee) And face the rosy spheres of sea That glitters 'neath the dying day I .Free! free at last! as air or light! Our very griefs are laid asleep No fear pursues us on the deep To dull the rapture of our lliiiht! Beneath us roQka the blue abyss Serenely in the blue above Flames the resplendent star of Lovo The. rosy harbeuger of bliss! Lean op this faithful breast of mine, Fair face that blossoms as the roao lu that sweot light that overflows The round of sea aud sky divine! And sing me, love,...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 9 October 1878

"Meditation," hrough the Interlacing vines are golden Bunhwntus siftinvr Around her, wrapped in happy dreams, the sweet, coyt ztphyrs play, thousand fain tout permrued scats upon their pinions drifting From luted gat Ions near her aud from meadows far away. uheeded on her dainty lap the open page is lying Tliat often wooes her loving eyes to tt de vices quaint, Though now her -wandering thoughts have gone, like silver doves a-fiving, Remote from monkish legend "and from medieval saint. Wail* the dear old missal held her did aba list toeoiw.nt bells, lifting pure and sacrea voices, calling hal lowed soul* to prayer? Or did soil Prove-e il songs, rhvthmic in de licious iswellB Floatiu teuder-(' :dcuce.d music through the palpitating ai$? K*so before her, grand urad stately, castles of a brave renown? Did she hear the bugle's pealing, did she thrill at w:r:h-r's ,ry, fsthcy hasted, loyal-hearted, lowered th' an tique draw-bridge down, While the kuiuht, w-ilh sray plumes sweep ing, rode...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 9 October 1878

THE ACROBAT'S REVEJSGE. The 6un was setting behind the hills of Maldon, one June evening in the year 1845, -when an acrobat, with his wife, were seen plodding along the road to ward tiie next market town. T'iey were weary and sad. The acrobat himself was a man about thirty, of dark complexion, with rayen-black hair curl ing over his forehead. His eyes were black and piercing, and there was some thing in his look which bespoke a nature above that of a mountebank. His wife was some years younger, and carried an infant child on her breast. She too had the appearance of a person supenor to her lot, and her face was comely to look upon. Their life was a hard one, but they bore it well. Nor, as yet, had all the hard Bhips which poverty had brought into their door sent love, as the proverb has it, flying out of the window. They were now journeying to the mar ket town of Maldon, and as to-morrow would be market day, Duval thought he might come in for a portion of the money that would be cha...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 9 October 1878

OUSE AND FARM. Kectves. Here is a receipt tor a nutritious drink for either invalids or giants: Beat up a new-laid egg, pour on it half a pint of boiling milk, sweeten to taste, and flavor with lemon-peel, nutmog, or vanilla. Serve cold in a glass. To Whiten Knife Handles.The ivory handles'of &mvea sometimes become yel ow from being allowed to remain in dish water. Rnb them with sandpaper till white. If the blades have become rusty from careless usage, rub them also with sandpaper, and they will look as nice as new. Fruit Cake.Four eggs, two cupfuls of sugar, one cupful of molasses, one-half pint of sweet milk, one and one-half cup tuls of butter, one large teaspoonful ol soda, one-half round of stoned raisins, and five cupfuls of flour. Season with cinnamon and nutmeg to suit ypur taste. This is enough for two loaves. Crumb Pudding,Old bits of stale cake can be made into a most appetizing dish in the following way: Over a quart of 'crumbs turn a pint of scalding milk, ana let t...

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. — 9 October 1878

FRATERJTAL LODGE NO. 92r A.\iv.& A:. M.\ Regular Communications held on the aoond Wednesday evening in each monlh. NEWELL A. ROSB, W.'\ M.. DA*:iKL A. CALEY. SEC.*. RELIGIOUS NOTICES. CONGHBGATIONAT.Services every Sab baih at haft past 10 A. M. and 7 v. M. RKV. J. E. Sroims, Pastor. MKTHOUTST EriPooPALPreachtng ev ery Saboutu' at balf past 10 A. M. and 7 r. M. Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening. KKV. C. F. ICINGSIAMD, Pastor. Ladies' dress goods in great varie ties, at II. B. Cowies& Co's. Black is white enough for us we re fer to Capt MaliIon Biaek. The eanuidates are all ou the an xious seirtj just at present. The jSepublican nominees, on the county ticket, will be elected this fall. When you are in St.Jiou stop at the Minnesota House. A fine lot. of Blanket goods for sale at Bines'- All the goods made to or der C. II. RlNES. The candidates are abroad in the laud, HIJU now is the time to get your cigars cheap. Mr. ?d. V. B. Cater has been quite sick for ihe past few da...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 16 October 1878

kV rn VOL. MAIN IHE II. Liquors for Medical Purposes. Good Tea ejr The Old Vn-Reliable Firm of H. B. COWLE S & As Usur.l nre in the Mnrkct With a LARGE AND CAREFULLY SELECTED STOCK OF Dry Goods, Groceries and Provisions, Table Cutlery English and AmericanIron Stone China, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Clothing, Con fectionaries, Tobacco and Scgars, #e. ILL Of WBRB WE W SSLL AT PRICES O SUIT TBS TIMS. o And we Cordially Invito Purchasers to Give us a Call Before Purchasing Their Fall Supplies, as we Will Guarantee to Sell Goods as Cheap forJCASH as the Same Quality of Goods can be Bought for in the State. W E MEAN BUSINESS* A I GIVE US A CALL AND YOU WILL BE CONVINCED. H. B. CCWLES &b DSTREET, A. GALEY DRUGGIS CENTER BLOCK, MAIN STREET, PRNCETON,rant HAS IN STOCK The. Best Assortment or Goods in his Line North of Min- neapolis and St. Paid: Consisting of DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PATENT MEDICINES, OILS, PAINTS. DYES, COLORS. PERFUMERY, LAMPS. BRACKETS, TOILET REQUISITES, COMBS, MUS...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 16 October 1878

The Princeton Union. R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms$1.50 per year in advanoe. Death at the Goal. Suggested by the old legend that one of the Cru saders died of joy on his first sight of Jerusa lem. He stiiled across the glittering seas that swept In music toward tho Bast Far off. along the shore, the nations wept People, and King, and priest. For every land was heavy with the grief That one fair city bore, And half the world was gone to her relief, Half wept upon the shore. He heard that sound of anger and of tears, And iu his steadfast eye Resolve to right the bitter wrong of years Shone yet more stern and high. And nearer every day the sunrise glowed, And filled his heart with fire, Still drawing him swiftly ouward,till it showed The land of his desire. He touched the shore, and knelt with tears at length To kiss the sacred strand. Then rose to seek, clad iu solemn strength, The city o the laud. Across the low pale hills he took his way, By dreary tower and tomb, Across the plains o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 16 October 1878

i CURRENT TOPICS. The United States stands alone almost among temperate or semi-torpical coun tries for hot nights. During the first three weeks of the present month, the thermometer rarely fell below 68 degrees or 70 degrees at midnight. This would be very unusual in Australia or the Mauriti us, where, however hot the days may be, the nights are cool. Natives of Barba does complain very much of heat here, and say they have nothing like it, be because "there is always a breeze, and the nights are cool." A young man, a candidate for a license as a local preacher recently preached a specimen sermon before the Quarterly Conference, in which he said that while the body was material and would perish the soul was immaterial. One of the official brethren objected peremptorily to his license for the reason that he had uttered "the strangest doctrine he ever heard from the pulpit," for he had de clared "that the soul was immaterial, a thing of no value, when the Bible says it is worth more t...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 16 October 1878

THETABLES TURAED. "I am not sure that it redounds much to our credit. I will tell it, however, as a warn- ing." So our guest answered an inquiry made bv a young and, it must be confessed, somewhat conceited member of the little party gathered together one winter evening around our din ing-table. "Hang the credit!" that person replied. He was rather uplifted, for he thought he had that evening won distinction in the sight of a lovely pair of eyes, then wasting their sweet ness in a drawing-room. The owner of the lovely eyes had been a widow for some years she was rich, elegant and clever. There was a humorous wrinkle about the mouth of our middle-aged guest, as he answered "Hang the credit! So I can saynow with a light heart. Then the credit was of more im portance to me. However you shall judge. You have heard," he went on, turning to the gentleman who headed the table, "that in the early dajsof our settlement we were a wild lot. Large fortunes had been made by thefirstset tlers and...

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. — 16 October 1878

Ml ADOPTED CHILD. uIs tt that Oldtown Church, yonder, if you please, sir?" A girl spoke to me. I turned and look ed at her. There are women of sixteen and children of sixteen .This was a child. She wore the scantiest of cotton dresses, belted at the waist, a pair of leather boots and a white apron. In her hand she carried a sun-bonnet, and her hair cropped close like a boy's, curled in black rings about her head. The face was a baby's face in sweetness and inno cence, the little brown hands the hands of toil. No young lady this, yet there was nothing coarse and vulgar about her unless it was her. Hands. "That is Oldtown Church, my dear," I said, "are you going there?" "Yes sir, to see the wedding, Are vou?" I was, more fool I, though I did not say so to this child. The bride for whom the bells were ringing was to be mine oncewould have been but for the acci dent which had crippledeme her heart.v and 'Sh had don nothingchanged treach erously, but I saw the truth and set her free. She...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 16 October 1878

I i i STYLES. For the Ladle* to Read. Combination costumes are the rule. New bracelets are formed of gold links. Stuffed birds appear on bonnets and hats. Shawls will be worn for early winter wraps. Gold-coil bracelets are new and fash ionable. Fashion is a tyrant from which nothing frees us. Brocaded satin ribbnns are shown in gay colors. Birds are more used on round hats than on bonnets. Belts will be worn in the house and on the street. Blondes will wear yellow this winter in profusion. The sheer linen lawn ties displayed are very pretty. Black velvet suits will not be popular this winter. Almond color is fashionable in hats, gloves and ribbons. Belt ribbons are shown to match the new shades of goods. Felt bonnets and hats come in shades to match costumes. Openings at the millinery houses show elegant novelties. Gilt beetles and lizards take the lead as bonnet ornaments. Flowers are at a dsicount and feathers are used in profusion The washerwoman overskirt is the fa vorite for wa...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 16 October 1878

1 THE PLAGUE A MARSEILLES. he 15th of March, 1720. waa a gay and oyous day in the Queen City of the Med iterranean, Marseilles, which evon then was one of tWfinflst places in the Ol World, and wiich?to-day is dazzlincr in the splendor oNts^gorgeous buildings, its magnificent situation and its sunny sky. On that day a great event occurred in the commercial history of Marseilles. The first ship from Levant, laden with precious cachemire wool, had arrived and it was to be woven at Marseilles, whose great ambition was to eclipse the spinner ies of Lyons and Rouen. The sailors of the ship were treated to a collation at dije. public expense, and un til a late hour 0fth night crowds sing ing joyous ditties were passing through the principal streets of the city. Alas! Ha the people of Marseilles known that dr^adM calamities the wool ship had carried to them! It had sailed from Symrna, and at Smyrna that terrible scourge of former ages the plague, was r8ging. Disinfecting processes at that t...

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. — 16 October 1878

1 1 ittM A FRATERNAL LODGE NO. 92, A.-.F.-.& A.\ M.\ Regular Oommuiiic'iitiousliclri on lie second Wednesday evening in eacli month. NKWKLTi A. ROSS, W M.\ -.DANIEL A. CALKV. SEC.-. RELIGIOUS NOTICES. CONGREGATIONALServices every Sab bath at half past 10 A. M. anil 7 v. M, RKV. J. E. STORM*', Pastor. MPTlfODtflT ErifCoi'Ai.Preaching ev cry iSahlinlh at half past 10 A. M. and 7 v. M. Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening. RKV. C. P. KINGSLASD, Pastor. Advice to voters: YOU daru please. vote for whoever Republican town caucus at 2 r. M., on Saturday, Hig "l" and little "you" will be here on Monday. Tlursday was rather wintry, and a little too breezy for comfort. Ranking is being carried on quite extensively iu Princeton at present. as 50 Spenecr There were as many Brook and Wyauett folks in town on Monday. Remember, the Republican county convention will convene at 2 p. M., ou Mouday. A choice lot of milliners hats, dowers &c, cheap, at H. C'owles & Co's. C. H. Rincs has t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 13 November 1878

Jl. LA Aa THE VOL. II. The Grand K~J* Tbe Old Un-Reliable Firm of B. COWJLE S & As Usual are in tl ARJ let With a AII or wra wswu a mm O SUI TB E -o- W Cordially Invite Purchasers to GIT UB a Call Before Purchasing Their Fall Supplies, as we Will Guarantee to Sell Goods as Cheap for.CASH as the Same Quality of Good* can be Bought for iu the State. WE MEAN BUSINESSi A o GIVE US A CALL AND YOU WILL BE CONVINCED. H. B. CCWLES &o CO-, MAIN STREET, I PRINCETON. D. A. GALEY DRUGGIS CENTER BLOCK, MAIN STREET, PRNCETON, JlAS 1?J STOCK The Best Assortment oj Goods in his Line JVorth of Min neapolis and St. Paid: Consisting of DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PATENT MEDICINES, OILS, PAINTS, DYES. COLORS, PERFUMERY, LAMPS, BRACKETS, TOILET REQUISITES, COMBS, MUSICAL INSTRU- MENTS, TRUSSES, CIGARS TOBAC- CO, POCKET BOOKS, POCKET KNIVES, STATIONERY' SCHOOL BOOKS, SLATES, &c. *reteriptions Carefully Compounded and Filled at all Hours. My Pa- W**t can feel Asftiredthat I Still Continue to Keep the Be...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 13 November 1878

The Princeton Union. R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms$1.60 per year in advance. Appeal. Fly, little swallow, Flit and lly over The fields of brown cloTer And bid my one lover Como quickly to me. I'm weary with waiting, Some wiud is belatiug That blows on the sea. Fly quicklv, 0 swallow. would I could foPow, And tell my late comer He knows not the summer Was never so fair. He knows not, my rover, How all the days"over I only am lonely, I ouly despair. Why linjrerest, swallow, \Vhen suus are as mellow*? Till sweet days are sweeter, And fleet wiuds are fleeter Than these on the sea? 0, wait not, I need him Bid swift winds to speed him, Delay not, I pray not, But bring him to mo. O, tardy brown-winger, O, slothful news-briuger, Ere you can discover And call my one lover, He smiles at the door. No more the drear waiting, Though winds are belating, He's safe on the shore. MOTHER SHIPTOJi ECLIFSED. flTSie Ztostiny of the l&epubllc Propbecied a tlfiuury Ago. The family of Dr. March, in Alba...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 13 November 1878

W* Wfni Ana Sea. BY VYARD TATLOR. The Beais a jovial comrade He lauphs -wherever he ,eoeB His meriment shines in the dimpling lines That wrinkle his hale repose He lay6 himself down at the feet of the sun, And shakes all over with glee And the broad backed-billows fall faint on the Shore, In the mirth of the mighty sea. But the wind is sad and restless, And cursed with an inward pain Tou may hark as you will, by valley or hill, But you hear him still complain. He wails on the barren mountains And shrieks on the watery sea He sobs in the cedar, and moans in the pine, And shudders all over the aspen-tree. Welcome are both their.voices And I know not which is best The laughter that slips from ocean's lips, Or the comfortless wiud's unrest. There's a pang in all rejoicing, A jov in the heart ot pain And'the wind that saddens, the sea that glad dens, Are singing the self-same strain. PERE COVIN. CHAPTER 1. I was at the top of my coura grassy slope, thickly set with apple-treeswe should c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 13 November 1878

1 i w^ i i r-T 1 To-Day. Creeds live and die faith follows faith Deeds prove but mockeries of the will And dreams that wero to-merrow's aro To-morrow's still. Subtly, in all our good, the thread Of ill is wronght our fairest fair Is dragged to earth in being ours, And trailcth there! Light follows light, and each grows dim! The present will be as the past "Wave breaks on wave, and each is strong As each is last! Lifeleans on Faith, and presseth hard! Faith cries to Ool, and only stands When, bearing Life upon her breast. She clasps God's hands. The distant hills aro darkness but The morrow brings the morrow's light This much is oursto day to do The present right. This much is ours, and things boyond In Love's old wisdom hidden lie! But this lies close at handto do His will, anddio. (JCEEN CHRISTINA'S LOTE. V*riv*t Bnuox Became Dnkc of Klanxares and a, Mpanlan traiidop. Queen Christina, of Spain, may not bo altogether forgotten, though she has been dead a month so, as she was a Paris...

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