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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 17 August 1877

VOL I. IS THE5 BEST Oi_D RELIABLE* H. R1NES' PLACE TO GO IP YOtJ WA1HT TOlBUY CHEAP Dry Goods Boots and Shoes, AND- Groceries & Earthenware. He Sells at Figures that Befy Competition, 3T Gentlemen: I Want TJwse Who Give Me to Pay Up. L. STAPLES* IS THE BEST PLACE IN PRINCETON TO BUY Drop arid Medicines, Yankee Notions, Toys, Blank Books, School Books, Garden Seeds, -&c. HE AL8&'HAS A LARGE CIRCULATING LIBRARY. STOCK. O' LIQUORS (FOR MEDICAL PURPOSES) That ever was for Sale in Princeton, and he is Selling Cheap for Cash H. MURRAY HAS A LARGE STOCK* OF SUMMER DRY GOODS, AND 'HIS STOCK OF nerai urocerifs, Boots, mShoes is Complete :.r. W.. AND HE ALL ESS GOODS AT IS SELLING? edrock Prices! figgTFRESH BEEF AND PORK CONSTANTLY ON HAND. All Jfinds of -Farmers' Produce Wanted. NEW'.GOOCDSi N. E. JESMER, GENERAL DEALER IN Dry Goods, Groceries and Provisions, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Crock- eryand Stone Ware, Nice Set of Clocks and Glass Ware, Garden Seeds, Pork Hams, Lard...

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. — 17 August 1877

frfmsfift^iiMiumam The Princeton Union. R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms$1.50 per year in advance. SUMMARY OF THE GENERAL NEWS. Blue Jeans and the Strike. The Evening Star says: There is a good story told here by an Indianapolis gentleman about the recent strike, which, if true, goes to show that Blue-Jeans* Williams is not of that class of statesmen AVIIO forget their poor rela tions, when fortune smiles. The story goes that when the strike reached Indiana, Uncle Jimmy's son-in law, who is engaged in the very honest calling of drpver, had left Indian apolis for St. Louis with a train of cattle, and that he was hauled by indignant railroad, hands a few miles one side of the former city. Becoming alarmed concerning the safety of his freight the son-in-law made his way to In dianapolis and apprised Uncle Jimmy of the situation, whereupon Bine-Jeans gave him a document somewhat like this: EXECUTIVE OFFICE STATE OF INDIANA, IN- DIANAPOLIS, July 33.To WHOM IT MAY CON- CERN The bearer of this...

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. — 17 August 1877

LITTLE DANCING FEET. Did you ever see our baby Little Tot "With her eyes -so sparkling bright, And her skin so lily white, Lips and cheeks of rosy light? Tell you what, She is just the sweetest baby In the lot. Ah! she is our only darling And to me All her little ways are witty And when she sings her little ditty, Every word is just as pretty As can be Not another in the city Sweet as she. You don't think so ?never saw her! Wish you could See her with- her playthings clattering, Hear her little tongue a-chattering, Little dancing feet come pattering Think you would Love her just as well as I do If you could! Every grandma's only 'darling.% I suppose, Is as sweet and bright a blossom Is a treasure to her bosom. Is as cheering and enduring As any rose. Heavenly Father, spare them to us Till life's close. Mrs, F. J).' Gaffek Farm Household and Garden. Terrible Corn. Max Acleler says: We are surprised to read in an exchange that the corn of Mr. Redman, of Lycoming county, is seven feet ...

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. — 17 August 1877

I Specimen Blue Laws. A General History of ftonnecticmt waji issued in England in J.781. The author was compelled to flee from Connecticut on account of his opposi te the Blue Lws. He sent a number of copies of it to Connecticut, but its truthfulness was so unpalatable to the Connecticuters they collected the copies and had them,.burned by the public hangman. But truth has an ugly habit? of rising again even when burned TO ashes. In March last a. copy of the original work was sold at auction for one hundred and fifteen dol lars. The work is now reprinted by the Ap|)jletons,, with notes and addi tions substantiating the author's state- ment.... The following are some Blii'e laws pilloried in the book: "Nojfood Or lodging shall be affonl ed tbta'Quaker, Adamite or other He r- etic." "If any person turns Quaker, he sb .all be banished, and not suffered to reday turn u6n pain, of death. "No preist shall abide in the doi nin he shall be banished and si iffer death on ,his return. Priests...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 31 August 1877

-'v. ^',-y-: VOL I. BEST Be& T!he Liquors for Medical Purpose*. OLD RELLABLEi 18 THE PLACE TO GO IF YOU WANT TO BUY^CHEAP Hry Goods Boots and Shoes, AND -Groceries & Earthenware. He Sells at Figures that Defy Competition. t^r Gentlemen: I Want Those Who Owe Me to Pay Up. S L. STAPLES'S IS THE BEST PLACE IN PRINCETON TO BUY Drugs and Medicines, Yankee Notions, Toys, Blank Books, School Books, 6arden Seeds, &c. E ALSO HAS A LARGE CIRCULATING LIBRARY. S ST Op O LIQUORS (FOR MEDICAL PURPOSES) That ever was for Sale in Princeton, and he is Selling Cheap for Cash. D. H. MURRAY HAS Ax LARGE STOCK OP SUMMER DRV GOODS,, AND HIS STOCK OP General Groceries, BoSs and Shoes is Complete AND HE IS SELLING ALL HIS GOODS AT C3TFRESH BEEF AND PORK CONSTANTLY ON HAND. All Kinds of Farmers' Produce Wanted. NEW GODCD8A N. E. JESMER, GENERAL DEALER IN Dry Goods, Groceries and Provisions, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Crock- ery and Stone Ware, Nice Set of Clocks and Glass Ware, Garden Seeds...

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. — 31 August 1877

HMMMB [j i^v i1/ i The Princeton Union. R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms$1.50 per year in advance. SUMMARY OF THE GENERAL NEWS. The es oliies* Mapide Canal. The great canal aiound the Des Moines rapids of the Mississippi river at Keo kuk, Iowa, was formally opened on the S2d, with a suitable display, and a large attendance of invited guests and citizens. The Golden Eagle, with a large delegation of St Louis excursionists got stuck on a sand ba and failed to arrive, consequently the pro gramme was only partially carried out. The Government steamer Montana, and the North. western, of the Keokuk Northern Line, passed through the canal and blocks successfully, and returned in less than four hours, taking sever al hundred passengers each. The officers in charge express themselves entirely satisfied with the. working of the machinery. These rapids have been the greatest obstruction to navigation in the river, and in low water were always impassable, and the cost of (rans porting goods and pas...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 31 August 1877

HHHHHBmMMaatiamBi Minnesota News. JACKSON. 1 ill case the required aid is voted four teen miles of the Martin county railroad will be built the present season. This, would bring the road to a point near Lone Cedar, and with in sixteen miles of the town of Jackson Two years ago this summer Mr. George Free mirc/of Heron Lake.put in 70 bushels of wheat and got back 35 bushels. One year ago he put in 40 bushels and got nothing back." This year he put in eight bushels and gotft!^- This shows what can be done, now the 'hoppers have gone. WABASIIVW. G. Lawrence has received the ap pointment of Commissioner from the Third Judicial District, on the State Board of Equa lization Wabashaw. is livelier these days than has been known since those of '00. The streets are full of contractors graders and la borers of every class Jerry Mahoncy was killed on the 20th, while working around the. thresher on a farm in Highland, township Early on the morning of the 20th, burglars entered Kulin's store, in ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 31 August 1877

"On Dit." "They say." No two monysylla bles in any language are so expressive of malicious import and mischievous purpose. "They say" blasts many a fair name and fond. hopes are ruth lessly withered by this social Upas which we find planted in nearly every community.- "They say" is the refuge for all cowards, who, like so many hu man "carion crows" are hunting so ciety over to find in somebody's repu tation sufficient taint to satisfy their own vitated taste. "They say" is au thority for the vilest assertions, or the most abusive insinuations, and the only way we can account for scandal being so well received is the fact patent to all, that depraved human nature al ways has a keener relish for that which is positively bad, than its opposite. In large cities the details of a slanderous report are unknown tot the nearest neighbors unless it assumes sufficient proportions to get into the papers but let a stranger move into the perturbed circles of a small villageif a woman, alone and u...

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. — 7 September 1877

VOL I. 1 ALL KINDS OF mm THE PRINCE OLD REUABLE i H. R1NES 18 THE PLACE TO GO IF YOU WANT TO BUY CHEAP Dr Goods Boots and Shoes AND Groceries & Earthenware. He Sells at Figures that Defy Competition. Jteg" Gentlemen: I Want Those Who Owe Me to Pay Up. S L. STAPLES'S IS THE BEST PLACE.IN PRINCETON TO BUY Drugs and Medicines, Yankee Notions, Toys, Blank Books, School Books, 6arden Seeds, &c. HE ALSO HAS A LARGE CIRCULATING LIBRARY. BEST STOCK OF LIQUORS (FOR MEDICAL PURPOSES) That ever was for Sale in Princeton, and he is Selling Cheap for Cash. D. H. MURRAY, HAS A LARGE STOCK OF SUMMER. DRY GOODS. AND HIS STOCK OP General Groceries, BoSts and Shoes is Complete AND HE IS SELLING ALL HIS GOODS AT Bedrock Prices'! Eg^tfRESH BEEF AND PORK CONSTANTLY ON HAND:. All Kinds of Farmers' Produce Wanted. NEW GOOCDSi N. E. JESMER, GENERAL DEALER IN Dry Goods, Groceries and Provisions, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Crock- ery and Stone Ware, Nice Set of Clocks and Glass Ware, Garden Seed...

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. — 7 September 1877

A\ The Princeton Union. R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms$1.50 per year in advance. 1 SUMMARY O THE GENERAL STEWS. A Distressing Bank Failure. The State Savings institution of Chicago, made an assignment on tue28th,toAbnor Tay-: lor. This bank has been established over twenty years, and from the prestige Of its early reputation has secured the patronage a great majority of the poorer classes who de posit in savings institutions." The max imum estimate of depositors is 10,000, and/the minimum 13,000. Tbo failure -will fall with crushing woijrht.-on these people, many of whom had deposited all with that'bank The State lias for several mouths been in a some what precarious condition, and the run made in August has accelerated the failure. The officers give this /brief statement of the affairs- of -the institution: Savings deposits, $2,081,756 certificates of .deposit, $4,5o3 bills payable, $43,050 total debts, $2,- 988,8S9 mortgage loans, $1,830,187 collateral lonns,$107,S50. real estate, $...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 7 September 1877

The Iowa Democratic Convention. The Democratic State Convention of Iowa et at Marshailtown on the 29th and elected J. Cook, temporary chairman. After a speech by Cook in which he declared, amid i^reat cheering, that Samuel J. Tilden must be vindicated by a renomiuation in 1880,-the con vention took a recess, and on reassembling lion. D. 0 Finch was chosen permanent chairman The nominations were then made by accla mation as follows: For Governor, Mr. Irish: for Lieut. Gov. W. C. James, of Pottawatto mic: for Supreme Judge, H. E. J. Boardman: for Superintendent of public instruction, G. D. Cullison of Wayne'County. The following is the platform adopted. FirstThe Democracy of Iowa, in conven tion assembled, hereby declare in favor of a" revenue for tariff only, honest and ecohdmical government home rule, the supremacy of civil over military power, the separation of church and State, the equality of all citizens before the law, opposition to the granting by the general government of sub...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 7 September 1877

2 TEMPERANCE DEPARTMENT. [.This department is edited by a represen tative of the Temperance Association \vu '.ire not resj onsiblefor the views set forth. ED. UNION.] Another very large and apprecia tive audience assembled at the Meth odist Church, Tuesday evening, Aug. 28th, to aid in the great tempeoance movement. Rev. Mr. Kingsland was first called for, who responded in brief, with his usual force and effect. Sev eral others offered remarks, but many of the incidents related were of too ancient a date to interest an audience in these stirring times. Upon an in vitation for a song Mrs. Dorr respond ed, with "The Gambler's Wife," and it was rendered in superb style the piece was so affecting that many in the audience were moved to teaRS. A resolution* offered by H. F. Barker, to change the name of the organization from the "Temperance Reform Club" to "Temperance Association," elicited a lively discussion which was partici pated in by H. F. Barker, A. P. Bark er, C. F. Kingsland and...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 14 September 1877

I D. A, "FABJIHWPRODUCE RE OL REL_IIIAiBL_Ei a RlNEiS' IS THE PLACE TO GO IP YOU WANT TO BUY CHEAP Groceries & Earthenware* He Sells at Figures that Defy Competition. jJ3T Gentlemen: I Want Those Who Owe Me to Pay Up. S L. STAPLES'S IS THE BEST PLACE IN PRINCETON TO BUY Drugs and Medicines, Yankee Notions, Toys, Blank Bosks, School Books, 6arden Seeds, &c, HE ALSO HAS A LARGE CIRCULATING LIBRARY. BEST STOCK OF LIQUORS (FOR MEDICAL PURPOSES) That ever was for Sale in Princeton, and he is Selling Cheap for Cash. AND HE IS SELLING ALL HIS GOODS AT Bedrock Prices! JE^TFRESH BEEF AND PORK CONSTANTLY ON HAND. Ml Kinds of Farmers' Produce Wanted. NEW GOOCDSi \iM*m\m{\w\\mmtw Dry Goods Boots and Shoes,tioninvariablfurnished. AND MURRAY HAS A LARGE STOCK OP SUMMEft DRV GOODS, AND HIS STOCK ^DP General Groceries, BoSs and Shoes is Complete JESMER GENERAL DEALER IN Dry Goods, Groceries and Provisions, Boots and Shoes, Bats and Cap,, Crock- ery and Stone Warejtoce Set of Clocks and Glas...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 14 September 1877

tangf il imwiLiijftlUHj) The Princeton Union. R, C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms$1.60 per year in advance. SUMMARY OF THE GENERAL AEWS. .Death or France'* Statesman. Ex-President Thiers arose early Monday morning, Sept. 8d, and worked until 7:30 when lie went for an hour's walk on4the terrace, and afterwards wrote until noon. At noon he took luncheon with an appetite, but toward the end of his repast he stammered a few words his mouth contracted,. his eyes became cov ered with a Aim and he was carried to his bod. The physicians ordered mustard plasters and leeches. Thiers died apparently not aware of his danger. The prostration was complete after twenty minutes had elapsed. To-day a number of well-known politicians went to St. Germains to condole with Madame Thiers, and telegrams of condolence were received from all parts. President McMahon, who is at Mont Prison, upon being informed of the death of M. Thiers immediately telegraphed to Paris to summon a Cabinet council, to ar range the so...

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. — 14 September 1877

A Dreamer of Dreams. The Chicago Inter-Ocean prints a com munication which says: I want every person who reads this to understand that it is the plain, unvarn ished truth. Being natural, I should commence with children's dreams. Of course they are more foolish, and harder to understand than grown persons' on ac count of the immaturity ot their minds nevertheless they have a deep meaning. My dreams were always hints, or, more properly significant of the future. My oldest sister was aware of this, and often asked mo what I dreamed. I told her I dreamed brother came home and left his hones. She seemed excited', and sat down and wrote him a letter, telling him to come home immediately, i\s some great danger threatened him. He replied to her letter, made light of her warning, and ended by saying that was some of her ''old woman's notions/' Mark what fol lowed. In about six weeks he was brought home a corpse, being greatly reduced in flesh, having died of typhus fever. I will relate anoth...

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. — 14 September 1877

TEMPERANCE DEPARTMENT. [This department is edited by a represen tative of the Temperance Association we are not responsible for theViews set forth. ED. UNION.] THE TEMPERANCE BALL STILL IN MO TION.Another meeting of the friends of temperance was held at the Metho dist church, on Monday evening, Sep tember 3rd. In point of numbers and sp.aking it was a decided success. Father Anderson was first called for, and responded with soue well-timed remarks he has long done duty as a tempci .nee soldier, and when he is called to go hem it will be with the ternj ranee r'form o$. Remarks we) offered by the Rev. Mr. Wake fiekt, of Anoka, Rev. Mr. Ward,, of Giluiantowu, aud Mrs. *Soule others wei called for, but the limited time would oily admit of their expressing their devotion to the cause. About tweuty-five sifted the pledge. Th meeting then proceeded to choose offi cers. The following were chosen: Pcv. Mr. Kin&<*and President S. M. Justice, Vice-President, and A. P, Baiker, Sec etary....

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 28 September 1877

VO I. Cheese, Tubs. Pails, fa fa. ALL KINDS OP O LD RE U.I, A BLEi H. FINES' 18 TUB PLACE TO tO IT YOV WANT TO BUT CHEAf Dr Goods Boots and Shoes,.forsinvariablfurnyshedaffidavit -AND Groceries & Earthenware. **He geils kt Figures that Bcfy Competition. K^T Gentlemen: I Want Tltose Jf'hd Give Me to Pay Up. S L. STAPLES* IS THE BK8T PLACE IN PRINCETON 6 BUY! Drugs and Medicines, Yank^ Notions, Toys, Blank Books, School Books, Garden Seeds, &c. HE ALSO HAS A LARGE CIRCULATING LIBRARY. BEST STOCK OR LIQUORS (FOR MEDICAL PURPOSES) That ever was for Sale in Princeton, and he is Selling Cheap for Cash. D. H. MURRAY, HAS A LARGE STOCK OF SUMMER DRY GOOD AND HIS STOCK OF General Groceries, Boots and Shoes is Complete ANf HE I S SELLING ALL HIS GOODS A Bedrock Prices! 3TFREgft BE# AND PORK CONSTANTLY ON HAND. All Kinds of Farmers' Produce Wanted. KiE'V GOQGDSi N. E.SESMER, n:. i,-. -GENEBAL FARMERS' PROD DEALER ur Dry Goods, Groceries hid Brtvisiow,, Boots and Shot Hats and Caps, Cro...

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. — 28 September 1877

I 3 i ti ac ans Th0 Princetori^ioii^ R. C. DUNN, Publisher. tii) Terras^-fUJiD per year in advance.' SUMMARY OF THE GENERAL NEWS. Bold Robbery of an Bxpress Train. The cast-hound passenger train which passed Cheyenne* W^ T. at 3 p. m. on [the 18th, wa&stoppcd and robbed by thirteen! miaskea men at Big Springs, 160 miles east of thajplaco on the same night. The robbers flrsti took possession of the station, destroying the* tele S-raph instruments, and compelling the agent fij hang out a red light. When tho trainjstop ped, the robbers took possession, -putting the train men and passengers under guard. The express car was brokon into^and the skfe vobbedof about $65,000! The passengers we're also robbed, of what amount is not yet (ascer tained. The fire in tho locomotive was wet down, but a freight train overtaking the ox presa, its engine was sent. U) Ogallalla, (from whence the, report of the robbery was made. The robbers are believed to have gone north. The railroad company offer...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 28 September 1877

i. XJ iw.wwniLS^ mm Minnesota Hews. TODD. Hogs are a nuisance on the streets ot Long PfalMe..''.. Dfrring the harvest, numbers of youngwomen were seen at work in the fields. A* Mr, Getoliell, while engaged in hauling timber, a few days ago hadhia right foot bad ly crushed A Hartford man mistook the screeching of an owl, for a cry offire,and roused the house to find himself laughed at for his mistake. YELLOW MEDICINE. Jumping claims is a pretty lively busi ness just now and uneasy homesteaders are re turning in all directions... .Naturalization pa pers are being issued by the District Court in great numbersA colored man and broth er recently got drunk in Oranite Falls, when a party of white men put a rope around his neck and?hauled him.through the streets. HOUSTQUi.., The. Caledonia post office I was entered by a burglar on the night ot* the 10th, and n'iekles, pennies and stamps to the amount eight dollars abstracted....While Anthony Molitor, of Caledonia was engaged in working abou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 28 September 1877

ill \i\ 11 MMM I::MPE$ANCE DEPARTMENT. [This column is edited by g Weon are not responsible for his sayings.ED. UNION.] The meeting of the Temperance Reform Club, Sept. 17jth, was well at tended, and the interest manifested was encouraging to. all friends of Tem pera nee. Short addresses were doliver ed by several ladies and gentlemen. For the Temperance Department. Still the ranks are filling up we learn that about twenty of the young men of Princeton, who have hereto fore visited the saloons, have formed a temperance society among themselves, and have signed articles to the effect that if any member enters a saloon for any purpose whatever he shall be liable to a fine of $5, or 30 days im prisonment in the county jail. This so ciety have framed a constitution, el ected officers and gone to work in* Jood earnest. Hurrah for the young men of Princeton! They see the need of earnest work and energetic meas ures in this matter they see'-and real ize the importance of something being do...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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