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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 18 December 1878

Sleep. BY L. FRANK TOOKEB. In a tangled, scented hollow, On a bed of crimson roses, Stilly now the wind reposes Hardly can the breezes borrow Breath to stir the niglw-swept rim. Motionless the water-sedges. And within tbe dusky hedges Sounds no leaf's impatient shiver. Sleep has come, that rare rest-giver. Light aud song has flown away. With the sun aud twilight swallow Scarcely will the unknown morrow Bring again so sweet a day. Song wi born Joy and Thought Light, of Love and her Caress. Nothing's left me but a tress Death and Sleep the rest have wrought Death and Sleep, who came unsought. Senbiicrfor December, A FEW THOUGHTS OF BEYANT. BY CIIAKt,OTTE F. BATES. A gift of gentians has to-day made me linger afresh over his memory who wrote of them with so inuch beauty. This au tumn, in what an unwonted way does the loveliness of both poem and flowers meet us, since the poet is no longer here. Perhaps many do "not remember "The Fringed Gentian for their sake the last three stanzas are...

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. — 18 December 1878

1 WIT AND HUMOR. Which is better, to die eating or di-et. Crash in the dr^ goods businesstow els. Fall openingA dozen raw on the hftlf ahell. The olose of the day is too light a s,\r- ment. The sky, unlike man, is most cheerful when the bluest. Oh, yes. Edison's light to tho eyes ia the light of future daze." A cold in tho bead is generally ob tained by the contract system. The business of rag gathering is pick ing up.New Orleans Picayune. To remove paint fsom door postsB.u-k up agaistit when it is fresh. The canvass made by a politician may be for sale.AVw Orleans Picayune. The nearest some men ever come to a buck-saw is when their teeth are on edge. The holiday season approaches, when a young man must show his gift enter prise. It is quite appropriate that new books on Pottery should be illustrated with plates. The fat man who wants to become an ti-fat should study the aichitecture of a lean-to. The man who pays in advance cannot be trusted. Let this be a warning.X. 0. Pie. A bouq...

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 December 1878

?HE FARM AND HOUSE. 1 From sunflower seeds is expressed a Semand alatable, clear and flavorless oil, the for which in Russia is very great. It is exported from St. Petersburg at about $52 per gross ton, and is said to be extensively used, like cotton-seed oil, after purifying, for adulterating olive or salad oil. A considerable quantity is grown in Russia for oil pressing the plant being largely cultivated in Keels and Podalia, also eastward on the black soil lands, the stalks being used for fuel. During the last twenty years the prac tice of luxurious self-indulgence has crept on apace. Splendor and spending are still the order of the day, and house holds vie with each other in the race of ostentation. Extravagance, not economy, is the standard of domestic happiness at present in fashion. It is not a girl's ideal, when she marries, that she should stay at home but, on the counlrary, that she should leave it perpetually! In a word, if you get atthe herat of a great many girls, you d...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 18 December 1878

r&ATSREAL LODGE NO. 92, A:.F:.& A:, Regnlur Coaitmmioationaheld on the wcond t'dr-eitiaj' evening iu eacli month.' NEWELL A. ROSS, W.\ M.\ C. 1!. QffADB012Rtf&SEG:-'. DELICIOUS K0T1CES. CoxGwuajLXioXALServices jjvery Sab bath at half ]H6 10 A. xi. and 7 v. M. Piiv. J. E. STOKMS, Pssloi. Mr.xacr.i8T IV.'-! er r SaiibiitU Kt bait past 10 A. St., anil 7 I'. M. Prayer meeting every WodneBd.n evening. KtLv. CiiAiu.Kd CLINK, Pastor. The UNION is two years old to-day. Everybody is invited to the dance on Christmas ni^ht. Face value paid for county orders, by C. II. Riues. Fresh btef, by quarter, at 3 and 5 cents lor cash, D. H. MURRAY, For choice holiday goods, go to the ftrug Store. Count} orders taken at their face value by C. II. Rifles, The Drug Store is headquarters for nil kinds o! Chiistmas toys. Mica, go to N. E. Jesmer's store. If you want to select a nice Christ mas ptesent for your girl go to the Drug Store and set it. C. IT. Kiues found a lady's shawl on the stree t...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 25 December 1878

trons can fed Assiired^tkjtt}r Liquors for Medical Pufposekl""' 6EKERAL, Ira daley The Old Th-Rcltablc Firm of H. B. COWLES $ GO As Usual are i i the Mirkot With a fc* LARGE AND CAREFULLY SELECTED Sl^OK OK Dry Goods, Groceries and Provisions, Table Cutlery English and American Cron Stone China, Hois and Caps, Boots and,. Shoes, Clothing, Con feafiOiiari.es, Tobacco and Segars'tye. AL or wan A RBB'TI SUI TH E ma. -~o Aud we Cordially Irvi'o Piirehasers to Hive, us a OaH Refore P.iroYvs'n?. Their Pall Supplies, as we Will GframiHee to Sell Goods as Clif-ap for CASH as the Same Quality of Goods can he bought lor iu the Stale. WE: MEAN BUSINESS* i GIVE US A CALL AND YOU WILL BE CONVINCED. H. B. CCVVL.ES &, CO-, MAIN STREET, PRINCETON. A. CALEY DRUGGIS CENTER BLOCK, MAIN STREET, PRNCETON. HAS IN STOCK Tne Best Assorhnejii oj Goods in his Line Xor'h of Min neapolis 'ff'id Sf P"tl Consist'no' o? AJKUGS, CHEMICALS, PATEXT MED'C1!$ES. OILS, PAINTS, DYKS, COLOhS, PEUFLMKykY. LAMPS. BRACKE...

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. — 25 December 1878

The Princeton Union. R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms$1.50 per year in advance. A Visit From St. Nicholas. 'Twus the nbjht before Christmas, when all through the house Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse. The stockings were hung by the chimney with cave, In hopes that St. Nicholas soon would be there. The children were nestled all snug in their beds AVhile visions of sugar plums danced in their heads \nd Mamma in her kerchlef,and I in my cap, Hud just settled our brains for a long winter's nap When out ou the lawn there arose such a clat ter sprang trom my bed to see what was 1he matter Away to the window I Hew like a flash, Tore open the shutters and threw up the sash The moon, on the breast of the new-fallen snow, Gave a lustre of mid-day to objects below When, what to my wondering eyes should appear, "But a in'mature sleigh, and eight tiny rein deer With a little old driver, so lively and quick, I knew in a moment it must be St. Nick. More rapid than eagles his coursers the...

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. — 25 December 1878

The Cry of the Maiden Shareholders. The Edenburgh Scotsman publishes the fol lowing "Cry of the Maiden Shareholders" in the broken Glascow bank: Pity us, God! There are five of us here, With threescore years on the youngesthead Five of us sitting: in sorrow and fear Well for our widowed one she is dead Day and night sitting, we've not hud ahead Down on a pillow this week now and more Trembling has seized on us, shrinking and dread, To hear Ihe bell rinsr, or be seen out of door. Pit.v lis, pity, OGod! Pity us, God! When our father died His mind was at ease, for he left us shares And a roof o'er our heads, too and side by side Happy and loving, wo faced life's cares. Then we were young, and now feeble and old, But we never" wrong.d any, as far as we knew, Aud we tried to do right with our silver and. gold, And the poor had their portion, the church had its due. Pity us, pity, 0 God! Pity us, God! We would work if we could, But suppler fingers must stitch aud hem And who would sive us...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 25 December 1878

EW i A Christmas Carol. The moon came out. and crowned the hills With hoij' calm The stars flashed down on silver rills And groves of palm While tranquil at the day's surcease, Blest Bethlehem slept, a thing of peace. Even dumb Nature's pulses thrilled With tender awe, As if she felt, thus hnshed and stilled, More than she saw And 'neath the starlight bent her knee, In rev'rent, glad expectancy. Down on the plain, in peaceful wise, The whitaf flocks slept, While shepherds, 'neath the crystal skies, Their vigils kept And midnight's awe and silence fell Upon their souls in that lone dell. And thena glory from the place Whore angels kneel The light, it seemed, of God's own face, And swift did steal The luster from the shining stars, And chained the moonlight's shimmering bars. Then God's bright messenger came down, With princely mein And happy face outshone his crown And raiment's sheen While by the gracious words he said. He raised each shepherd's droopiug head. "Fear not! for lo, tid...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 25 December 1878

OVER THE SNOW. A Christmas Story. BY MliS. MAY AGKE3 FLEMING. From Demorest's Monthly. "Hark! the herald angels sing, Glory to the new-boru King!" Rune out from the choir, and the organist, a slender pale-faced girl, with grave, beauti ful brown eyes, joined in the anthem, all her soul in the triumphal words. It was the last piece of the rehersal. Tho choristers threw down their books, only too glad to get away. The organist alone re mained, to play over once more a new volun tary. "Good night, Miss Enirlehart!" "Good night MissKatherine!" "Goodnight, Katie, and a merry Christmas Eve!" were the cries, as one by one, men and maids, left the choir, and went down the stairs, and out into the bright, white Christmas night. Miss Englehart's gravely smiling lips and gentle brown eyes answered them all. A moment, and she was alone, only the white, piercing moonlight streaming through the painted oriel over the altar and the one dim light below. A flare of eras lit the organ loft, but this ...

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. — 25 December 1878

Saratoga finds herself bankedrupted the fVuiure of till Iter banks, and in mid Winter. The people who go thefe in mid summer should take up a collection. Lord Beacbn&fleld is described as hav ing a face waxen and habitually ashen pale, on which suffering aud pleasure, or indeed emotion of any kind, i* never allowed to appear. As to his walk, it is "a curious panther-like stride." There is a malicious hint abroad that General Grant will print a book of his travels. He should reflect upon it a long tinutill after he is well started on the third term, in fact. Grant has done a great many things that can be forgiving, but it's sometimes hard to forgive a man who makes a book. Tne Legislature of Missouri has been petitioned by the Grand Juries ot several counties to revive the whipping post in that State. The Boons Count jury argues thru "more punishment is imposed on the honest taxpayer than is inflicted on the criminal by small pecuniary tines or short terms of imprisonment. Mentio...

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. — 25 December 1878

STREWING HEMP SEEDS. A Christmas Story. "Coming next week?" "Yes, Rosie, he'll be here for the New Year if nothing happens." Rosie tossed her vellow ringlets, and put up her red lips in a childish pout. "I shall hate him, ixuut Eunice. I'm sure I shall. The simple fact that 1 am bethrofhed to him, willy-nilly, would set my heart against him if he were a Prince among men." "He is a Prince among men, my dear, and you'll be sure to like him," replied Aunt Eunice, quietly. "[tell you I'm sure not to like him," insisted Rosie. "Poor papa made a great mistake he should have left me free." "It would have been wiser, perhaps but you: father had looked upon Ben as a son so many years, and felt sure oi his making a good husband "Au old poke, twice mv age," pouted Rosie. "Oh, no, not quite so old as that. But wait until you have seen him. Never cross abridge till you come to it, Rosie. Ben won't be here for a week yet. When he is here, and you have seen him, if you really dislike him I dare sa...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 25 December 1878

i ma A, FRATERNAL LODGE NO. 92, A/.F/.& A.*, M.\ Regular ConmiuntciM tons held on the racond Wcdi.cHtluy evening in each mouth. NEWELL A ROSS, W M.\ H. OHADUOIKNK SECV: RELIGIOUS Noficls." (.VNOHVOATIONAIService*, every Nib bath at half past 10 A M. and 7 P, M. KKV. E. SIOUMS, Pastor. MKTUOTUST Krtscnp.vi.~-Prom hinp ev Sabbath at half post 10 A. M. and 7 P. Prayer meeting every Wcdiu.wlav avenlng KKV. CnAm.KSCl.INR, Pastor. GootMft old 1878. A happy now year to all of our readers ami friends. Dr. and Mrs. Whittemore, of Elk River attended the dance on Christ mas night. Anyone who wants a first-class sew-11 in machine, cheap for cash, had but* MI .i i i 1*. i T)l and deaths and vou that are interest'.1 ed, govern yourselves accordinuJy. about 100 men to workout Wright county. hauling cor Iwood to the railroad If there was only two or three inches of snow the lumbermen would There were over 700 -pent for brim} us wood. please remember that we are in need of fuel just at present a...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 1 January 1879

fj-v-,v,i VOL. Ill, ALL or *IAIN STREET, O *'3HKWS#I*J D. A. t%fc#&& S. i^JS-V The 1! Uai-Reliafole Firm of H. COWLE S & As Usual are in the Maiket With a LARGE AND CAREFULLY SELECTED STOGK OF Dry Goods, Groceries and Provisions, Table Cuilery English and American^-Iron Stone China, Huts and' Caps, Boots and' Slwes, Clothing, Con fectionarics, Tobacco and Segars, $c. WHICH WILL SILL A o And we Cordially Invite Purchasers to Give us a Call 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. W E MEAN BUSINEiSSi i o GIVE US A CALL AND YOU WILL BE CONVINCED. H- B. CCWLES && DRUGGIS CENTER BLOCK, MAIN STREET, PRINCETON, S IX STOCK Tlie Best Assortment oj Goods in his Line North of nea]X)Jis and St. hud Consisting of iVtflCS, CHEMICALS, PATENT MEDICINES, OILS, PAINTS, DYES, COLONS, PERFUMERY, LAMPS, BRACKETS, TOILET UKQl'JSITES, COMBS, MUSICAL INSTRU- MENTS, TRUSSES. CI...

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. — 1 January 1879

The Princeton Union. R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms$I.BO per year in advance. OURENT TOPICS. Farmers can find much to their profit in a study ot the markets, both domestic and foreign. Keep watch of the move ments ot breadstuff's and stock, and note the fluctuations of prices and the shrink ages as compared with former years. There is food for reflection here. Postmaster Anderson, ot Pittsbnrg, has been notified, by the Department at Washington, tuat the scratch of a pea or any other mark on a circular, intend ed to call particular attention to one fea ture of the circular, does not subject the tame to a higher rate of postage than for the original matter unmarked. A Memphis paper says: "A stranger dropping into Memphis to-day can see no evidence oc tho fearful scourge that for three months has been destroying our people. Tho streets are througed as of yoro, with bright-eyed business men, intent on the rmin chance, and also with more tt tn the usual number ol idlers, with notbing to d...

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. — 1 January 1879

Sleighing. "With never a plume of the wind set humming, The BDOW has come, and sill is coming. Yonder, and hither, and everywhere, Its silent feet in the pathless air Trip down, and around, and over the ground, With a vbiblehush there is nothing: glum hi, Nothing but beauty and peace pi ofound. Ho, now for fan! never wait for the sun! The girls are dancing, the steeds are prancing, The boys are glancing, and sigh for a run In the glimmering, shimmering, hovering covering, Like iky moonlight dropped on a lo\er hi, In shadowy irlens that a lover knows, With tlieir foliage clouds and moonbeam snows. Now verily, merrily, cheerily go Over, and under, and through the snow, Willie, and Lillie, and Nellie, and Joe. Blaek-eyed Nellie, and blue-eytd Willie, Hazel-eyed Lillie, and bei ry of sloe Twiukling under the brow of Joe, With the uihehief in him us big as a crow. Ho,with a shout! we are out and away! Tangling, mingling, janslintr, jiusjlintr, Laughing, dialling, twingling, tingling, Bel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 1 January 1879

Time. Who, looking backward from his manhood' prime. Sees Hot the specter of his misspent time? Whittier. Knows not the weight of sleep or weariness, And night's deep darkness has no chain to bird His rushing pinion. George D. Prentice. Time is indeed a precious boon. But with the boon a task is given The heart must learn its duty well, To-mrrow earth and God in Heaven. JUisa Cook. Not wholly can the heart unlearn The lesson of its better hours, Nor yet has Time's dull footsteps worn To common dust the path of flowers. Whittier. Touch us gently, Time! Let us glide a down thy stream Qentlyas we sometimes glide Through a quiet dream. Bryant. Ah, 6igh not, love, to mark the tide Of Time's unsparing wind! It was not manhood's outward grace, No charm of faultless form or face, That won my heart and hand. William Pitt Palmer. Time! Time! in thy triumphal flight How all life's phantom's fleet away! The smile of hope and young delight Fame's meteor beam, and fancy's ray They bade and 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. — 1 January 1879

1 The New Year. ~y{f the silence and the darkness of the night The Old Year steals away, And quietly the New Year takes his place Beioie the dawn of (lay. Half conscious of his presence, we awake And joy to find him here, Friend calls to frieud, and merry children Shout "Happy, happy New Year." We think not of the snow, the piercrn colds Or bitter winds that blow, The sua is coming northward through the storms, \&s Although his pace is slow, CJFi 0r thoughts run on before him, and the Spring violets is here,scent T^With IO^C S wo flrcid afar Our hearts are full of cheer. O, happy human hearts! your thoughtless joy Honors God unaware Tis the instinctive utteiance of trust In his unfailing care. Frances L. Gardener, in Springfield (Jfass.) Republican. "T HE HAPPY NEW YEAR." Dmblin Saturday Magazine. CHAPTER I. In a mean and poorly furnished cabin on the western coast Ireland lived those to whom our story refers. A poor fisher man, with his wife, a growing up daugh ter, and two you...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 1 January 1879

Mb A New Year Greeting:. Gift of untiring Goodness, bright, beautiful New Tear! We take tfcy intry hand in ours, -with 6milc of grateful cheer. We hail, we bid thee welcome, in glad and festive lays Thou copo'st to us, o'er many a grave, to our Preserver, pratee! We ask not where thv footsteps tend, His wis dom is our guide. We ask not what thy casket holds, He will o'er all preside, 80 wheresoe'er tbou lcadest on, still trustrul- ]y we'll tread, Whethei our untried path shall be with thorns orilowerso'ersoread If 'tis our lot to walk with thee, until thy iourney close, Or thine to lay us down atlast, in undisturbed WemayPnot'knoT, we will not ask, the pres ent is our care. With all its duties, all its jays, its love and toil and prayer. Help us to cast aside the weights that clog the spirit's force, Forget the things that are behind, and up ward speed our course, Make us readier at life's lesson, make us readier for its end, And fitter for that angel-tram to which the blest ascend....

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. — 1 January 1879

i^- Passengers on the Stream of Tim Down the swift stream of Time we float, And each with ihe freight in our life's frail boat, Roses or thornswith 6onir or sign wTsnatch from thebanks we're speeding by. None do *e meet one way we ride, And all on a never returning tide. Whether our sky may lower, ^.bcaro The waters will show, for it paints the stream, Yet, if its face be wild, or black. No haven is near and wo can't 0 back. Though we put off more high,more low. We all to tae mouth of the stream must go. Then from our skiff and lad ewe Shall hasten to launch on a shoreless sea, Each his breast a pearl must bear To enter the ark of Mercy there. They who are found without the Kern,- O, dark i* the plunge to be made by them. Ever adown the stream we fleet. Where anchoicd are none, and where none we meet. Who is iusim-d, when time shnll fail. An oi-oau of blfcs ser.-ne to sail. He who in time with all conhi part To purchase the l'earl ofaHoty New York Sun. The "Polk Farm's" kegs of gold...

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. — 1 January 1879

A*..*..,^* A FRATERNAL LODGE 92. A.\ *.-,&*.. jav.JTO. sxQr A *v'\ Jfrgular lCojnmunioatioirt MT-THODIST EIMPC.II* -ncftcmn pry Sabbath at half ps,t 10 A. M. and M. Prayer meetum e\ erv Wodnesda\ evening. Rkv. CHAISLFS CUKR, Pastor. """""PRLNCETON. ITS STORES, MIULS ARD SHOPS. A TOWS THAT WILL COMPoKE FAVORABLY WITH ANY OF ITS SIZE I N TH E NORTHWEST. Because Piinceton is located 20 miles from a railroad, some people in other places, imagine that it is a small nnimportant hamlet, a kind of a stop ping place for men and teams while on their way to the pineries. Fourteen yeais ago Piinceton was nothing more than a mere stopping place, there were not more than half a doxen houses in what now compiises the the village no school houses or churches then, no hotels worthy of the name of hotels, and only one small store the surrounding country was a howling wilderness. But it is not our purpose to give the past his tory of Princeton, we reserve that for a luture occasion. To-day. Prince...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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