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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 22 January 1879

"V. Tf*r FAILURES IN 1878. Large Increase Over 1877How It Is Ac counted Ji'orHetter Vrospects for the Future. From the annual oircnlar of the Mercantile agency of R. G. Dun & Co., we learn that the total number of failures in the United States for 1878 were 10,478, with liabilities amounting to $274,000,000. This shows an increase over 1877 of 1,57L in number, and $40,000,000 in amount. The gradual growth of these casual ties is shown in the following statement for ihu seven years since 1872, with the average liabili ties for each year: Total Avorage Number. Liabilities. liabilities. Year. 1878 10,478 1877 8,872 1876 9,092 1875. 7,740 1874 5,830 1873 5,183 1872 4,069 From the very complete tabulated statement which the circular contains, we extract the fol lowing, indicating the geographical sections in which the failures for the past year have oc curred, with the percentage, average, etc., in each locality: $234,363,132 $22,S69 190,669,930 21,491 191,117,786 21,020 201,060,353 ...

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 January 1879

\i 11 Charley. Edna Dean Proctorla the Youth's Companion. In a mazy, sunlit gaiden, Where was neither watch nor warden, But tne butterflies and bees Rifling the laburnum trees Where lilies pale and purple phlox Bent above the bordering box, And clustering pinks and crimson roses Made fragrant even the orchard closes There one blissful hour I straved With the boy they said was laid Forever neath the yew-tree's shade Charley, with his summers seven! The hall clock was striking eleven As I saw him down the stairs, With his blue eyes and chesnut hair Backward from his forehead blown By the wind, that made such moan When we lost him. 'Twas a day In dreary March he went away, But that now, in glad surprise, Breathed a strain of paradise. How I clasped him to my heart! "Darling, naught again shall part You and me, you and me!" Thiice he kissed me then in glee Down the winding path he sped. (So he was wont of old to play.) I could see his shining head Bnght the darkling boughs between, As i...

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 January 1879

The Spelling Bee at Angel's. REPORTED BY TRUTHFUL JAMES. Waltz in, waltz in, ye little kids, and gather round my knee, And drop them books and first pot-books, and hear a yarn from me. I kin not sling a fairy tale of Jinny's fierce and wild, For I hold it is unchristian to deceive a sim ple child But as from school yer driftin' by I thowt ye'd like to hear Of a "Spellin' Bee" at Angel's that we organ ized last year It wara't made up of gentle kidsof pretty kidslike you, But gents as had their reg'lar growth, and some enough for two. There wo7 Lanky Jim of Shutter's Fork and Bilson of Lagrange, And "Pistol BoV who woT6 that day a Knife by wav f change, You start, you little kids, you think these are not pretty names, BHt each had a man behind it, andmy name isTiuthfulJames. Thar was Poker Dick from Whiskey Flat and Smith of Shootei's Bend, And Brown of Calaveraswhich I want no better fviencl. Thiee-fingered Jack-yes, pretty dearsthree fin genyou have five, Clapp cut off twoit's siag'...

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. — 22 January 1879

i A FRATERNAL LODGE NO.:92, *%X A. F.\& A:. M.\ frozen. ,_, r*r\ IJegnWw Communicationsheld on ttjbe second Wednesday evening in each month NEWELL A ROSS W CIIADBOURNE,brC MFIHODUST EriscorAifieacmns? ev ery babbath at halt past 10 A. M. and 7 Paayei meetin e\eiy Wednesday evening MKV OIIARI ES CLINE, Pastoi (JoloCaley & Neely's for Supeiior Seedeis. C- II. Rines wants 100 cords tody maple and oak ood. Oysters' Oysteis" Oysters"* Ta plump and fresh at C. Rines' store, Rev, Mr. Hunt will pi each at Spen- cer Brook, on Sunday. The sickest thins imaginable is a jealous pated love sick swain. C. Rines wants 100 bushels of good potatoesthat have not been In I&anti county last* year, there wcie 153 births, 4S deaths and 36matters man laces. If you want a wagon oi sled re pared promptly and neatly call at B. Whitney's shop We learn that there are several fa milies fiora New Hampshire goingto settle in Faimersville the coining spring. On Saturday evening, 20th January there were...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 29 January 1879

4 T-T i.'/ MAIN STEEKT, i The Old lTii-ffcelis|.blC Boots 1 VOL. III. PRINCEiTtm,i MINN Aa Usual are lathe Market "With a LAKGE AND CAREFULLY SELECTED STOCK -OF- Goods, Groceries and Provisions, Table CaMery English and AmericanIron Stone China, Bats and Caps, Booh- and Sh.oes, Clothing Con- fcAMonaries, Tdbac-co and Segars, c. 4U O TOCH W. SSU. AI R8B TO SUI TH E fflU o And we CordkHy luvite Purchasers to Give us a Call Before Purchasing Their Fall Supplies, as we Will Guarantee to Sell Goods 8& Cheap for CASH ae the Same Quality o Goods can be Bought for in the State. o W ME: A N BUBINEISSi A GIVE TM A CALL AND YOU WILL BE CONVINCED. H~ B- CCWLES &o DRUGGIST, CENTER BLOCK, MAIN STREET, PRNCETON, "HAS IU STOCK*, Tim Best Assortment ojGoods in his Line North of Min neapolis and St. Paul Consisting of DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PATENT MEDICINES, OILS, PAINTS, DYES, COLOKS, PERFUMERY. LAMPS, BRACKETS, TOILET REQUISITES, COMBS, MUSICAL INSTRU- MENTS, TRUSSES, CIGARS TOBAC- CO, POCKET BO...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 29 January 1879

u\ 4 1 nt I 1. A Modern [School-Teacher. *Twaa Saturday night, and thft teacher sat Alone her task pursuing *She averaied this and thi averaged that^ C*. Or all hur class was .doing. ^-^i She reckoned percentage, saioany hovs And so niaov arlrla-h.il eounted, And worked nil the tardy and absentees And to want lUJPthe absence amoixnte Nameftnnd i evidence wrote in fall, Over many column* and pages Canadian, Teutonic, African, Celt, And aveiagfd all he ages, The date of admission of evory-ouo, Aud Cases ot tlnsrellation And prepared a list of graduates JPor the county examination* HiMpHfeary head sank low on her book, And her vary heart still lower Uor Some ut her pup.Ua had littlo brain, And bha could not fninish more. "J Oka blopt, she dreamed it seemed she died, And her pmr went to Hades And they met her their Mith a question fair, "State what par cunt, your giade}Uu" 'A^ea had slowly rolled away, jt,.'"'* Leaving but,partial tiac.es, And the teacher's spirit walked one day In 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. — 29 January 1879

V. I Bonny Red Lips. Bonny Red Lips, why do yon pou\ What is the matter, I pray? Are impish troubles praying about? If no, I -will drive thera away. Just give me a kissone sweet little kits And will nme them away. Bonny Red Liis O sweet Red Lips, Will you not irivo me but one? The wee honeybee, it sips aud sips, Aud never likes to #et clone, *Tis so with me, my Bonny Red Lips, So give rat* a hundred aud one. B^nny Red Lips, O sweet Red Lips, Why do you tmile so gay The wee honey bee on the white rose sips. And the white ro*i* never says nay. And neither do you, my Bonny Red Lips, As I kiss all your troubles awav. OLD ELSPA. I was alone in the world, or I thought I was, which amounted to pretty much the same in its mental aud moral tffecta. My mother died when I was so young that I had only a shadowy remembrance of a pale face and a long, last clasp to her loving heart. 1 had been ray father's jet and darling, and now he was dead, too, and his will had consigned me, just like a bale-...

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 January 1879

a t- I- The Princeton Union. R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Ternis$1.60 per year in advance. HTBWS OF THE WEEK CBTXXS AND CRIMINALS. A large party of stock men have left Sidney, Nebraska, for the Sand Hill country. south of Si.uku river in search of stolon yonks, run oil by Indhirs. The party js well armed. Dan'ei M. Motley, postmaster at Mor lev, Barron county, Wis., was arrested ant' couthied in jadat Chippewa Falls, January 84th, for raping his own daughter last August. Moiley is 46 years old. His daugb. ter is hold in custody by her bondsmen at Barron, "Wis. A report from Sitting Bull's camps is to the effect that he is, apparently, extremely anxious to make peace with the whites and return to the United States. He says he has had enough of war, that he made a mistake in warring upon ihe whites. By ao doing he lost his country. A Belvidere, J., telegram says: Convicted oflieials of this county have bean sentenced to terms in the State prison rang ing: from one to four yearsall to hard l...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 29 January 1879

I fn EDISON. jOinoiiuiali Bun.] Yesterday a Sun reporter met B" gentle man well known in electrical science himself, and possessed of intimate and life-long Knowledge of Mr. Edison, his abilities and bia achievements, and capable of judging aim fairly and dispassionately. 'Have yon seen Edison lately?" asked the Sun man. "Ob, yes," was the reply, "within a few days." 'How is ho comine on with the electric light?" "He isn't coming on at all," was the reply. "He has not made a single point beyond what has already been done by other men, ?Ie has merely gathered together all that has been achieved by scientists and workers all over the world, and in company with his as sastants has been striving to put into prac tical operation the theories of other laborers and the resnlts of their investigations. In this he has not sncceeded up to date, and ihere is not the least prospect that he will." "Do you really think that?" said the Sim reporter, knowing that the gentleman ad dressed was a thor...

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 January 1879

if I A Modern Romeo He was swinging on the gate She had cautioned him to wait And ho waited. H-rar,flitted,camo she not: led his patience, and he got Aggravated. "I will give her a surprise." Ifais he muttered and tie flics To her winder. And he warbled, "I am here: Come and comfort me my dear, My Heliuder." Then ho scooted taking not All the components of what Robed his body. .And the cur that sot and chewed Wink-ed sly, as if lie '-kuewcd" It was shoddy, ANNA CAROLLA. A Woman Who Became Famous, A group of girls stood at the stage door of the Grand OperaHouse in Vienna, talking or exchanging words with the other employes who passed in, keeping the while a sharp lookout for the mana ger. One of the ehorus singers, a young and beautiful Italian girl, standing just within the extreme entrance, with her mantle wrapped close about her throat, suddeulyremarked: We must do our best to-night, for the emperor is coming." "Is he? How do you know? Who told you, Anna Carolla?" "One of the band...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 29 January 1879

$ I The Poet. I ondou World. The poet was not born to teach A moral lesson to mankind He Iinth no solemn creed to preach, But fajK-j-freft and unconfined, _'\ Bv sunlit slade or gray sea-boach A)V the reward he aska ly His lyre wakes to the shifting wind. And if he be a minstrel true, It's ev'rv sound should charm your oars, Of ev'ry cloud the changing hue Shoiild bear some fruit in einiles or toars, And all his songs should wafr to yoi!t An echo of some votce he hears. Thus, true to Nature and to Art, He flings his music on the eale And even should its tones impart But gall and bitterness, and fall To ease his own 6'erburdened heart And prove to yours of no avail. From love of song alone ho sinsrs. And aa his^mood is foul or *air His voice in tune or discord rings, Mo matter! ar the voice be there. And should his lyre e'en snap its strings He will aot know, he will not care! Violet Fane. *m* ."JOE." In the summer and autumn of 1868 I was the operator in charge of the Overland Tele ...

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 January 1879

& FRATERNAL LODGE NO. 92, xSt A.\F.\& A:, M.\ 'A Regular Communications held on Uie sccoud Wednesday eveuin: in wtdi mouth. NEWRU. A, ROSS,"VV.\ "M.-. C. H. CHADBOUHNK, AKC- IKTHODI EPISCOPALl'rencinng ^ev- ery Sabbath at half past TO A. M. and /P. M." Prayer meeting every Wednesday VutMtt. KKV. CllAKLES Cl,lNK, PftStor. A SCTJRR1LOTJS EFFUSION, To Which the Writer A "Would Be "Postmaster" Was Afraid to Affix His Kama-But the Writing Gives Him Away- SrfcKCKK BaooK, Jan. 14, 1879. Fmt.T ASSISTANT P.M. GKKRAU DKAR SIR:-I take the liberty to vi rite to you in' relation to the man* abluent of the post office at this plate, and in the first place it. is kept in a regular whiskey shop, a place not iit for any woman or child to enter, and in the second place the postinisjj tress has no control of the office, the husband, W. A. Smith, is the post master in fact, and he is a reckless character, has murdered one man and shot at one or two more, cares for nothiuu and further, he has ce...

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. — 5 February 1879

i: My- THE MAIN STREET, AUL ABCARD FH Tlie Old Vn-ReliaMe Firm of H. B. COWLE S & CO As Usual are in the Market With a hARQE 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 Segars, fyc. J&U Or WHICH 7/2 WILL SELL AT HffiSS O SUIT TSE MS, o _Ajid 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 fflVE US A CALL AND YOU WILL BE CONVINCED. H- B- CCWL-ES &, CO-, D. A. GALEY DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PATENT MEDICINES, OILS, PAINTS, DYES, COLOhS. PERFUMERY, LAMPS, BRACKETS, TOILET REQUISITES, COMBS, MUSICAL INSTRU- MENTS, TRUSSES, CIGARS TOBAC- CO, POCKET BOOKS, POCKET KNIVES, STATIOVERY- SCHOOL BOOKS, SLATES, &c. 23"Prescriptions Carefully Compounded, and Filled at...

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. — 5 February 1879

TheOld, Old Home. When I long for sainted memories, Like agel troops they come, If I fold my arms to ponder, On the old, old home. "The heart has many passages Through which the feelings roam, But its middle aisle is sacred To the old, old home. Where infancy was sheltered Like rose-buds from the blast, Where girlhood's brief elysium In joyousnesb was passed To that Wvet spot forever, As to some hallowed domo, Life's pilgrim bends her vision 'Tis the old, old home. A father sat, how proudly, By that hearthstone's rays, And told his children stories Of his early manhood's dayB And one soft eye was beaming, From child, to child 'twould roam "Thus a mother counts her treaures, In the old. old home. The birth-day gifts and festivals, The blended vesper hymn, (Some dear one who was swelling it Is with the Seraphim The fond "good nights" at bed-time. How quiet sleep would come, And found us all together, Iu the old, old home. "Like a wreath of scented flowers, Close inteitwined each heart...

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. — 5 February 1879

Interesting: Fashion Notes. Boas are worn mostly young girls. Cheviot patterns appear in the new calicoes. Opera cloaks of plush are handsome and stylish. Ball-dresses are now made very shoit in front. Cherry red is a favorite color for even, ing costumes. Velvet striped materials are popular fabrics for dresses. Black monkey muffs and collarettes are a fancy ot the jeason. The French twist of the back hair is among the fashions of the past. Small Swiss-wood easels, for photo graphs, are preferred to frames. Breakfast caps of Breton lace are all the rage, and are very pretty. Undressed kids are worn for full-dress occasions by many of our fashionable ladies. It is rare at present to find a bonnet made of one material only or of one single shade. For full dress the more the hair is tor tured out of place the more stylish is the coiffure. Floral graniture is in the ascendency for evening dresses, and nothing can be more effective. Belt-bows of lace and ribbon are taking the place of t...

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. — 5 February 1879

The Princeton Union. R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms$1.50 per year in advance. CURRENT TOPICS. The citizens of Alaska have shown an example to older Territories, and to some older States, in giving a murderer a fair -trial by jury, and then carrying out the sentence of the Lynch court in a decent manner. he proposed reapportionment of In diana will give the Democrats nine Con gressional districts, six secure and the others having Democratic majorities of 44G, ST I and 928, and the Republicans four, with majorities ranging from 1,284 up to 6,249. *m- Bishop Simpson discusses in his third Tale lectuie the personal habits of the minister. He says that in some places -congregations are unwilling to receive a minister who uses tobacco, and that many families almost dread the visits of such ministers, lest their growing sons should be led to form the habit from the exam ple ol the minister. The Mecca of Connecticut Baptist churches is a cluster of large rocks near the Second Baptist church a...

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. — 5 February 1879

PLAGUE PANIC. STEADY SPUE AD OF THE DREAD VISITOR. The Disease Introduced Through the Plun- der a CossackGreat Alarm i Russia and Neighboring StatesRigid Quaran- tine Property and Persons from Russia War Cloud the Horizon Russia and RoutnaniaPolitical Affairs i France and General Foreign News. AFRAID OF COMPETITION. LONDON, Feb. 3.Briiish consuls i the United States inform the privy council that pleuro pneumonia exists among cattle i a mild type i various partB of the country but it is not infectuous. Cattle the steamer State of Alabama, bought i the same market and at the same time as the steamer City Ontario, were subjected to rigid examination and found healthy. They were shipped London for to-day's market. The agricultural interest is endeavoring to induce the privy council schedule the United States as a in fected country. KOUMANIA AND BUSSIAi VIENNA, Feb. 3.The occupation the Rou manians of a position near Silestria, which they claim as belonging the Sobrudja, is a very seriou...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 5 February 1879

1 'No More Sea." Aye, artists come to paint it and 'writers, to put in a book, How grand in storm, and fair in calm, the old North Sea can look, I've wondered to hear them talking, how to mimic in music or song1, The voice that thrills the brooding air with its thunder low and long Since never aught but itself, I wot, could sound like its angry roar, When its breakers rise to the east winds' call, to crash on the rocky shore. But rough or smooth, in shade or shine, the face of the mighty main Can speak of little else to me, but memorv, fear, or pain. Father and husband, and bold bright boy, it has taken them one by one I shall lie alone in the churchyard there, when my weary days are done. Aod never sent me a maiden bairn, to stay by me to the last, So I sit by the restless tides alone, by the grave of all my past By the waves so strong and pitiless, that have drowned life's joy for me, And think of "the land where all shall meet, the land wheie is no more sea." Yet I cannot rest in...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 5 February 1879

The Dearer-Dead. You mourn for your dead you go, "& Clad in your robes of woe. To the spot where they sleep And you weep Such bitter tears, and there You strew flowers fresh and fair. You place white stone at the head, Where, carveu with sculptor's art, We read your sorrow of heart, And the dear name of your dead. But there are dearer dead you know Not the bitterest woe Till you close the eager eyes Of sweet young Hope, till mou-nfulwise You cross the hands of Love, And sorrowing bend above The ashes and dust Of Honor, and Truth and Trust For these are the dearest dead. 0, these other dead! who dare Robes of mourning for dead hopes wear? Who bids a stone arise To tell where dead Love lies? When did ever a mourner say Help me bury ifiese dead away These funeral trains men do not see They move sileutly Down to the heart where the grave is made, Where the dead is laid. No flowers are btrewn there, Hear we no moan there No ritual is said Over their bed. Hidden from human sight, The ...

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. — 5 February 1879

FRATERNAL LODG A.-.F.-.& A.'. Regular GomnuiiucHU^tfii hcljdi on ijhe second Wednesday evening iu ca,ch month. NEWELL A. ROSS, W.\ M.\ H.CHApBOUliME,SEC.-. METHODIST EriscopxiiPreaching ev ,ry .Sabbath at half past 10 A. M. and 7 P. Piayer meeting every Wednesday evening KKV. CHARLKS CLINE, Pastor. The East and West branch bridges are sadly in need of repairing. On the 26th of January, a baby boy was ushered into Sile Howard's house hold. The same day a little female stranger made its appearance in Kd. Laporte's family. Notices are posjted for a special school] meeting, to he held Friday evening, Feb ruary 14th. A general attendance of the voters of district No. 1 is desired. At their meeting on Tuesday even ing, the village council, as will be seen bj ordinance published in anoth er column, f^sed the license for selling intoxicating liquor in this village at $150, and instructed the village treas urer to fcollect the same, by law if nucessary. Judging from a letter we saw, that...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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