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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 4 December 1878

as MAIN STREET, j3T**t*mHe The Old VnHReltable Firm of H. B. COWLES 1 CO. As Usual are in the Market With a LARGE AND CAREFULLY SELECTED STOCK -OF JDrj/ Croods, Groceries and Provisions, Table Cutlery ^-English and AmericanIron Stone China, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Clothing, Con- fecUonaries, Tobacco and Segars, fyc. ill 0T WBICB Wl WILL SELL A! PSiCES 19 SUIT IBS BCl o Aad we Cordially Invite Purchasers to Give us a Call Before Purchasing ,Their Fall applies, as we Will Guarantee to Sell Goods as Cheap for.CASH as the Same Quality of Goods can be Bought fur in the State. o MEAN BUSINESS* GIVE US A CALL AND YOU WILL BE CONVINCED. H- B- CCWLES 60 CO-, D. A. GALEY DRUGGIS CENTER BLOCK, MAIN STREET, PRNCETON, HAS IN STOCK The Best Assortment of Goods in his Line J\orth of Min neapolis and St. Paul Consisting of DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PATENT MEDICINES, OILS," PAINTS, DYES, COLORS, PERFUMERY, LAMPS, BRACKETS, TOILET REQUISITES, COMBS, MUSICAL INSTRU* MENTS, TRUSSES, CIGARS TOBAC- CO, P...

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 December 1878

The Princeton Union. R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms$1.50 per year in advance. NEWS OFTHE WEEK GRIMES ANH VJR1MIXAZS. Th*e supreme tribunal at Madrid has condemned Moucasi to death. The appeal will bo carried to the court of cessation, A special from Yankton says Livings ton, HUSK. 11 and Richardson, have bc'on in dicted to the grand jury for alleged Indian frauds. Henry E Dayton, traveler for John T. Div.er, a V.oston produce dealer, haw been ar rested on a charge of forgery to the amount $20,(KX Anuoll, the defaulting secretary of the fullman cur company, Chicago, was passim fas an Englishman iu Loudon, under the name of Seymour, when arrested. A "snatch from Pesth. reports that editors of newspapers, and members of the the Diet who support the government have Veen during the last few weeks anonymously thrcutcmd with death. -Joseph Auder, recently clerk in the agency of the Nevada hank at Virginia City has been arrested at San 'Francisco, charged with embezzlement of fuuds estima ted...

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 December 1878

An Autumn Picture. BY DORA RBBD GOODALB. Sky deep, intense, and wondrous blue, With clouds that sail the heavens through And mountain slopes so broad and fair, With here and there, amongst the green, A maple or an ash-tree seen In glowing color, bright and rare. GreenfieWs,where silvery ripples fade, With cattle resting in the shade Far uiouutaiusjtouched with purple haze, That, like a veil of morning mist, By gleams of ico)den sunlight kissed, Seems but a breath ofby-gone d^ys. And clover which has bloomed anew Hince shining scythes did cut it through, And corn-fields with their harvest fair, And golden-rod upon the hill, And purole asters bloomiug still, And. sunlight melted into air. Stribii&r. A STORYOF TWENTY YEARS AGO. Mr. B. was a great merchant in Balti more One morninsr as ho was passing over the vessels that lay at the wharf, he stepped on the deck of one, at the stern of which ho saw a negro, whose dejected countenance gave sure indication of dis tress. He accosted hi...

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

BLACK HILLS JUSTICE. THE FIRST CONVICTION FOR MUR- DER SECURED IN THAT REGION. The Killing of a Woman In a Brutal Man- nerMartin S. Conk and His Paramour ArrestedA Strong Chain of Evidence Which llesulted in Coulc's Conviction His Female Partner Still to Have Her TrialJoke on a St. Paul Traveling Man. DEADWOOD, D. T., NOV. 24.The first conviction in a capital case in the history of the Hills, a history replete with murder and indiscriminate taking of human life upon little or no provocation, was seoured at 4 o'clock this morning, and the circumstance not only marks the inauguration of a new era for this remarkable and isolated district, but attests the fact that in Gideon C. Moody, the recently appointed successor to Judge Granville G. Bennett, who relieves Judge Kidder as our delegate in Congress, this community has a conservator of peace and good morals of whom it may justly be proud. The case above alluded to is, probably, the most peculiar and revolting in the annals of crime an...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 4 December 1878

It, i I N With a Present. The index to a book is small Compared with what the book contains The Head,though but a little ball, Incloses ardent, thoughtful brains And drops or rain areTittlo things That point to oceaus in the sky Aud bridegrooms deal in little rings As symbols ofthe strongest tie And little blades of grass,.though small. All point to life within the earth Tnatlife, that in this great round ball' Gives Spring its sweetest, freshest birth. A woman's eye is but a bead Set clear and fair 'neath snowy brow, And yet it shows the fairest creed Before which men on earth may bow. And words are little weakling notes That vanish like a passing sigh, And yet they tell our sweetest thoughts, And have told thoughts that will not die. So this I send is but a mark Of grateful thoughts and warm esteem Is but a little wav'rinjr spark Dronped clown from friendship's glowing beam! A KIYER MYSTERY. From Chamber's Journal. i x, Mile-end was .a small country town but such a town? It was a ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 4 December 1878

I Winter. Tin now upon the windy slope The russer leayes repose How languid fades the heliotrope, Tqe daisy and the rose, And the gauze underskirt Ptuk And now the season's elements From polar seus take passage. And once again the griddle makes Acquatntaace with the "sausage," And eke with the llap-jacr. Yonktrs Gaxtte Where erst we hoard the insect hum, Now plaintrve pipes the quail From leafless hills chill breezes come With wintry moan and wail So does the tramp. Bwlinyton Hawkeys The farmer puts up his fence His wife in jars and cups, Has put up fruit of all sorts. Hence There's everything put up Except the stovepipe. Graptiie HIRAM LINDE'S EXPERIMENT. BY SAK.VU v. union AM. Full many a shaft at random sent, Finds mark the archer little meant." If Hiram Lynde had been an Irish man, or an African, he would have been amply satisfied with his position as gar dener and hostler for Mark Harrington, Esq., which yielded him good wages. But he was a stanch, northern Vermonter who found ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 4 December 1878

OFFICIAL CANVASS The .Result of the Congressional Elec tion in Minnesota. The canvassing board, composed of the Governo*, fJecretaivy of State, and Chief Justice,' "with Attorney General as ad visary, m^a t^Paul on the 25jth inst., to canvass the vofes Tor Congressmen. Mr. Donnelly appeared with John M. Gilman, and O'Brien & Eiler as counsel to contes* the election with Mr Wash hum. Judge Flandiau lepreaented Mr. Washburn. Protests were ^iedbx_Mr Donnelly's counsel against "^he vote in several counties, but all were overruled, and the result in the three -districts was declaredAsJollow^ .L.L-: I'irat Distrtrt. a Counties. lilue Earth Faribault Fillmore Martin Mower Murray Pipestone.... Rock Steele Total..... a .BPo S if IK a 1,544 36 625 693 2,184 561 1,262 55 185 1,119 26 127 1,019 34 185 845 743 177 1,435 1,583 386 1,241 1,02 0 2,030 1,594 1,539 412 5T2 1,113 243 388 1,787 65 528 1,405 556 639 1,556 39 350 616 327 ia* 1,033 287 357 387 i. .~i. 6 233 211 768 31 343 560 187 462 ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 4 December 1878

Regular* fbomraunicatioua held on the second "Weductday eveuiog iu each TOOttth. TfEWEtL A. R086, W.\ M.-. DANIEL A. GALJSY. BEC.\ EBLIGIOUS NOTICES. OoKuwATiiOKAi^8rTice every Sab bath at balf past 10 A. M. and 7 r. M. KBV. J. E STOBMS, Pastor. MKTHOJDIBT EFi6CrAi^-Prcacbln ev ary Ssbbsth at balf past 10 a. M. and 1'p. fVayer meeting every Wedneiday OVCP1DC REV. CHAKUEB CLIWK, Pastor. C. Riues wants some dressed beef. 75 cent tea lor 50 cents, at Byers's, Clothing at cost, for one week, at Myers's. Good, warm ladies shoes, 75 cents regular price $1.50 at Byers's. The central depot in Princeton for candies, is N. E Jesmer's store. For candies of a 11 sorts, shapes and fires, go to N.lS. Jesmer's store. For sweet, mellow apples, go to Jesmer's store. For choice holiday goods, go to the Prug Store. The Drug Store is headquarters for all kinds of Christmas toys. Mrs. Caleb Pinkham, Sen., died this, Friday, morning hence the toll- ing of the Congregational church bell. Henry Morse has m...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 11 December 1878

VOL. esara 3 CIVS us MAIN STREET, THE II. 9 1 Tbe Old In-Rcllable Firm of H. B. GOWLE S &"~C0. As Usual nrin the Market With a LARGE AND CAREFULLY SELECTED STOGK OP &ry Goods, Groceries andProvisions, Table (fiittery English and American-*Iron Stone China, Hats and Caps, Boots and Slioes, Clothing, Con fectionaries, Tobacco and Segars, #c. jtt win WIL SSU A mm SUI 12 a c jUJwe Cordially Invite Purchaws to Give us a Call Bsfore Pirchnsms Their Fall applies, as we Will Guarantee to Sell Goods as Chia for \5Ii as the Bain Quality of Goods can be liougat for iu the Btate. W E A N BUSINESS.i I i A CALL AND YOU WILL BE CONVINCED. B- CCWL.ES D. A. GALEY DRUGGI3 &L, CO, CENTER BLOCK, MAIN STREET, PRNCETON, HAS IN STOCK Th* Best Assortment or Goods in his Line North of Min neapolis and St. Paul Consisting of 0*UG8, CHEMICALS, PATENT MEDICINES, OILS,~PAlNTS, DYES COLORS. PERFUMERY, LAMPS, BRACKETS, TOILET REQUISITES COMBS, MUSICAL INSTRU-. MENTS, TRUSSES, CIGAKS TOBAC- CO, POCKET ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 11 December 1878

1 i VJiewX!W* mm IThe Princeton Union. E R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terras$1.50 per year in advanoe. Au Unpublished Poem. BT HALLiXSK "THE TKA.B." "On beds of snow the moonboam slept, And chilly was the midnight gloom, tWhen, by tbe damp crave,. Mary wont Sweet maldt it was her lover's tomb. .A warm tear gush'd, tbe wint'ry air Goueeal'd it as it ilow'd away AU 1 ^ht it lay an ice-drop tbere, At worn it glitter'd in the ray. An angel wandering from his sphere. Who saw this bright, this frozeu gem. To dow-ey'd pity brought the tear And placed it in her diadom." Nutiowl Itcpositoryfor Novemltr. KING'S NEW-YEAR'S NIGHT. ItwasitttHe evening of the 31st of December, 1090, that King Honery IV. of France lay yawning on the sumptuous loiH,o of his sitting-room, in tho mag uific.'ut palace of the Louvre, in Paris. Ho was then forty-seven years old, but looi much younger. He had ac'com lhht .1 hataln\ st every body at the time aci deometf an utter impossibilityhe had irie himseli the sole and sov...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 11 December 1878

CURRENT TOPICS. John McCullough wai at one time play ing Virginius Syracuse, N I the dram i occurs the line, "There is no pub lic v.rtue left in Sysacuse." Scarcely had the tiagedian sounded the words, when a man in the parquette sprang to his feet exc'aiming "No by jingo, nor in Utiky either." A an indication of the rapidity with which Christianity is making its way in Japan, it is stated that oncof the leading printing offices in Takio has begun the publication of a paper in the interests of the Christian religion as a matter of en terprise. It is solely a native undertaking, none of the missionaries having anything to do with it. The criminal classes in some of the Western States are imitating the Mollie Maguires by "putting out of the way" the men who are most active in suppress ing lawlessness. The last victim is Dr. Daniel Pierson, an Illinois physician of high standing, who was murdered by some one whom he, as a member of a Board of Town Trustees, had assisted to punish. It w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 11 December 1878

Cruel Kitty. A. DITTY BY JOHN BROUGHAM. Ora! murther, murtker, Kitty, dear! I'm wastin' all away By raison of your cruelty, 'My brains has gono asthray. They tell me sunlight has the strength For to mako the sinses fly So inv poor head was emptied By the bright beams of your eye. Oia! what's the uso iu life at all Since you have served me so? I have no heart for work or play, Lie down, stand up, or go. Just like a young tree breathed on By warm but blightin' air, Tour smile has stole all hope away, And left mo but despair. OrA! would some fairy change me To a purty bird or flower, That my Kitty's bauds may tend me Every (lay and every hour. For her dear eyes to look on me I'd be some lifeless thing, More gladly than, away from them, To bo a mighty king. And wbf you die I'd like to be Transformed into a stone, With outside smooth and shinin' But with heart cowld as your own That I might stand and guard your grave When calmly there you rest, And bear my darlin' Kitty's name Engraved u...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 11 December 1878

\f' A Fall-Opening Tragedy. Before a brilliant window full A wretched father stood, And gazed at silks, and lace, and tulle, In tierce, despairing mood, And beat his breast and muttered, "fool!" And shook his fist Quite rude. For there, within that gorgeous store, He saw his daughters three, Before a counter running o'er With heaped-up fineree, Keeping the clerksperhaps a score, As busy as could be. That father smiled a fiendish grin, Then turned and fled away. Back home again he ne'er has been Those bills he didn't pay: And his three daughters now take in Plain sewing by the day. THE GHOST ATHOLLY LODGE. "The o'd lady has taken Holly lodge for three years." A low whistle escaped from the lips of a somewhat "swell" specimen of the clerk variety at this announcement. "Rather be myself than you, in that ase, Charlie. Although from nine to five is rather too much of a good thing, when that thing is a desk, still there is compensation to a certain degree." "Not a bird a fellow can shoot...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 11 December 1878

(I I I 1 fc I fcr An Air Castle. I built a house iu my youthful dreams, In a sunny and a pleasant nook. Where I uii^ht listen the whole day long To the voice of the gurgling brook A cottage with wide and airy rooms, And broad and sliining floors A house with the hidden charms of home And the freedom of out-of-doors. Fair morning-glories climb and bloom At will bv the eastern eaves. And on thedour-step and window-sill The roses shake their leaves And fair old-fashioned lilacs toss Their purple plumage high, "While honeysuckles drop their sweet Ou every passer-by. Down at the end of a pleasant path Is a group of evergreen trees Pine and hemlock, and spruce and fir. With their spicy fragrances And, Bweetest picture of calm content That mortal ever saw, Under a low-houghed apple-tree Is a bee-hive made of straw. I have pictured It all a hundred times I shall do it a hundred more, But I never shall own the pleasant home With the roses over the door. Never a dream of mine came true It is ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 11 December 1878

The Spinner. JTtOM THB SBBMAN OFJOHANX TOM. I nat and spun before my door It chanced a nice young man came by Hia cbeeka with red were plowing o're, And laughter lit hla deep brown eye. I atole a glance at him, but. one, Then bashful sat, aud spun, and spun. "Good morning!" then he kindly Bald And, ere I knew it, nearer pressed. I trembled so I snapped my thread My heart beat faster in rav breast. I fixed the thread that it might run, Then bashful sat aud spun, and apua, Gently he piesped and smoothed my hand, And vowed that never such as mine Had fairest lady in the land, It was so white, so round, so fine, By praise my henrt was quickly won I bashful sat and spun, aud spun. Upon myehairhe leaned his arm Bent down to praise tb.3 thread so fine, Hia mouth so near, to red and warm. He fondly said, ''Sweet maiden miner While e'en his eyes to speak bogun I bashful sat and spun, and spun. His handsome face approached the flam* Of my hot cheeks of burning red Then our two heads together ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 11 December 1878

i AFaATEXUTAL LODGE NO. 92, A.-.F.-.& A.'. H7. Regular Communications held on tie second Wednesday evening in eacli month. J*WELL A. R086. W.\ M.\ DAMFX A. CALEY. 8EC.\ BmGIOUS NOTICES. CoitGHKOATioSAiiServices every Sab bath at half past 10 A M. and 7 p. u. P.EV. J. JB. 8TORM8, Pastor. METHODIST EPISCOPALPreachinc ev ery Sabbath at belt paat 10 A. M. and 7 P. M. Prayer meeting very W educed*} evening RKV. CHARUCB CUKE, Pastor. Fresh beef, by quarter, at 3 ami 5 cents for cash, D. H. MUKKAY. The ball on Christmas ni^ht is bound to be a success, the arrange ments are all completed. At the Congregational church, on Monday eveuing, Budd Reeve. Dan lioifiu* and 0. S. Philbricks were at the North Star Hotel, on th* ir way up to the woods, on Monday. If you want to select a nice Christ mas preseut for your girl go to the Drug Store and get it. What more acceptable present could you present your wife than one of those splendid sewing machines, that can be hac so cheap at the drug store...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 18 December 1878

AL or racs Fall The Old In-Reliable Firm of H. COWLE S & As Usual an- in the Market With a LARGE AND CAREFULLY SELECTED STOCK OF Dry Goods, Groceries and Provisions, Tahle Cttlery ^-English and AmericanIron Stone China, Hats and Caps, Boors and Shoes, Clothing, Con fectionaries, Tobacco and Segars, $~e. WIL iu A WE: AN BUS 6IV US A CALL AND YOU WILL MAIN STREET, nasi o And we Cordially Invite Purchasers to Give us a 0U Before Pirehismj Their Fall Supplies, us we 'Will Guarantee to Sell Goods as Caeap for S as the Same Quality of Good* cat) be ftougul lor in the State. h-L B- CCVVL ES &L, NESSi DRUGGIST, CENTER BLOCK, MAIN STREET, PRNCETON, HAS IN STOCK The Best Assortment of Goods in his Line Aorth of Min neapolis and St. Paid.- Consisting of DRUGS. CHEMICALS, PATL.NT MEDfClNKS, OILS, PAINTS, DYES, COLOKft, PERFUMERY. LAMPS. BRACKETS, TOILET R&QLlSiTFS. COMBS. MUSICAL INSTRU- MENTS, TRUSSES, CIGARS TOBAC- CO, POCKET LOOKS, POCKET. KN1VLN. STATIONERY* SCHOOL HOOKS, SLATES...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 18 December 1878

i JLIIW a MMnceton Union. *C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms$1.DO per year in advance. Milkinar-Time. *p\ you, Kate, that Lovejoy cow .Hj worth her weight in gold *Hie fihos a eood eight qiiurto' milk. And isn't yet five year old. vouuir White a-comin'now He wants lier, I know that. Ifc careful, girl, you're spilln' it! An* eavo some" for tho cat. *Good evcniu', Richard, step right in *'I guess I couldn't, sir, foe just oomo down""I know it, Dick, You've took a shine to her. "She's kind an* gentle as a larah, Jest where I eo she toilers And though it's cheap, I'll lot her go She's vour'n for thirty dollars. "You'll know her clear across tho farm, By thorn tvo milk white stars You needn't dri\e her home at night, Bui Jest le' down the bars. ^icn, v. hen you've own'd her, say a month And unit her, as it were, TJ1 betwhy, What's the matter, Dick!" '"Taint tier 1 wantit's ftar!"* "What? not the girl! well, I'll he blesa'dl There Kate, don't drop that pau. You've took uie mighty aback, Bui then ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 18 December 1878

CURENT TOPICS. The price of bread in England is said to bo precisely what it was in 1870, Beef, at its present retail price of* nine pence, is a great advance on the three and',three- quarter pence per pound of that day and butter has risen from six pence to twenty pence. A student at Palermo, named Siracusa, lately fired four shots from a revolver at his professor, because he was not permit ted to undergo a certain oral examina tion. The professor escaped with his life, but the youth gave himself up un der the impression that he had killed him. The ill wind that carried off the body of A. T. Stewart will do some one good. Watching the remains of the dead after burial, has hithertolbre been the excep tion instead of the rule but the New York Sun calculates that hereafter it will require five live en to guard one dead one, and hence there will soon be plenty of work for the unemployed. The Sierra Nevada mining stock, which a month ago sold at $280 a share, is now quoted at from $34 t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 18 December 1878

7 At Soa.. BY J. t, TR0WDMD0H. The i/lffht is made for cooling shade, Tdv silence, and for sleep And wl en I was a child, Jlaid MY hands upon my heart and prayed. And sank to slumbers deep Childlike-its then, Hie to-night. And watch my lonely cabin light. Each movement of the swaying lamp Shows how the the vessel reels As o'er her deck the billows tramp, And sill her timbers strain and cramp, With every shock she feels, It starts and shudders, while it burns, And in its hinged socket turns. Wow swinging slow, and slanting low, It almost level lies: And yet I know, while to and fro I watch the seeming pondule go, With restless fall and rise, The steady shaft is still upright, Poising its little globe of light. 0 hand of God! 0 lamp of peace! 0 promise ol my soul! Though weak and tossed, and ill at ease, Amidthe roar of smiting seas, The ship's convulsive roll, 1 own, with love and tender awe, Yon pefect type of faith and law! A heavy trust my spirit calms, My soul is tilled with ligh...

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