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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 26 February 1879

*xm***m_nm***m FORTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. SENATE, Feb. 17.The vote passing the Hoube biil for Ike conversion of national gold banks was reconsidered, amended, and again pass d, The bill to amend the revenue laws was taken up, and considerable discus sion and much time spent ou the tobacco tax. 5 Without reaching any conclusion, by "nani uious consent the Senate agreed to meet at noon the succeeding day 8" o'clock p. m., to vote on the amendment and bill without further debate,. Adjourned. HOUS E, Feb. 17.A. resolution was ol fered proposing an amendment to the consti tution to prohibit the payment of war claims, oxeeut of pensions to persons loyal to the Union. By a series of biUibustoring'the resolu tion went over without action. A bill was considered approbating $2o,S52,200 for the payment of arrears of pensions. The bill was amended, yeas 178, nays 7(5, to include special pensioneis and pensions granted on account of soldiers who enlisted in the war but who died from disabilities incu...

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. — 26 February 1879

To-Day and-To-Morrow. Let us sine while we may, Let us all sing to-dav, Giving up the wild strife of endeavor But to-day is our own, For yesterday's flown, And to-morrow may come to us never And who knows if to-morrow brine sunlight or shade? if our buds ope in bloom, or in chill darkness fade? Our hearts beat with joy, or with sorrow Oh! to-morrow you say Is a happier day, But^Lo oer ttw to-m Then t-day let us sing, For to-morrow may bring More to vex than to please ordelight us Or some will-o'-wisp bright, With ambition's vain light, To a still fiercer struggle incite us To-day you will work, and to-day you will save, And you'll Dy-and.by have all the pleasure yon crave? So you dream, while new trouble you bor row. Oh! to-morrow well may Be a happier day! But none ever 6aw to-morrow A WOMAN'S SECRET. "Gurney, I want to tell you a story." said my friend Mallam to me one day. I've been the most confounded fool and villian, without knowing it and have injured another even more than m...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 26 February 1879

How the Parson Broke the Sabbath. On the grave of Parson Williams The grass is brown and bleached. It is more than fifty winters* Since he lived and laughed and preached. Bat his memory in New England No winteirsnow can kill Of Ws goodness and hb drollnns Countless legends linger st'lH And among those treasured legends. I hold this one a boon, How he got in De icon Crosby's hay On a Sunday afternoon. I s. He was midway in a sermon, Most Orthodox, on grace, When the sound of distant thunder Broke the quiet of the place. Now the meadow of the Cro^rshys Lay full within his slgbf. As he glanced from out the window Which Btood open on his right. And the green and fragrant haycocks By the acre there did stand Not a meadow like the Deacon's Far and near in all the land. Quick and loud the claps of thunder Went rolling through the skies, And the Parson saw his Deacon Lookiuic^u^to^anartQUB "Now, my brethren,^ called the PaTson? And he^ealled with might SbdAuh "We must get in Brother Crosby'...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 26 February 1879

ac: A FRATERNAL LODGE NO. 92, A.\$\& A.\ M.\ Regular Communications held on Uie second' A\cdnesday evening in each until NEWELLA. ROSS, W.\ M.. II. CHAD BOURNE, SEC.-. METHODIST KPISCvALPreachin ev ery alternate 8ibbut morning at 11 o'clock, and every Sunday evening at 7 o'clock, bunday school at 10 A. M. ev ery Sabbath. Prayer meeting every Thursday eyening. REV. II. B. HUNT, Pastor. A child of Mr, Looker's, who redid sides oft Gib Clough's place, died on on Tuesday evening. A horse belongiug to William Rrown, of Baldwin, broke its leg and had to be shot on Thursday, Rev. Mr. Gor/ard, presiding elder of this conference district, will preach at the M. E. church on Monday even ing. Mr. B. Cowles has had quite a severe attack of cold, but is recover ng Mr. B. Whitney is also under the weather. On Tuesday, the neighbors of Mr. C. H. Howard of Wyanett, assembled and chopped 10 cords of wood for him. That's the kind of neighbors to have. Fred Brown was the happiest soul at the neckti...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 5 March 1879

MAIN STREET X" 7 *o, v-M*7~ ^'V^''^--^ The Old Un-^eliable Firm of B. COWLE S & CO As Usual are in the Market With a jLARGjE AND CAREFULLf SELECTED STOCK OF J)ry Goods, Groceries aipd Provisions, Table Cutlery English and AmericanIron Stone China, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Clothing, Con feciionaries, tobacco and, Segars, cfe. .AIL 4F WE rai, ki PRICES O THE TIMES, Aud we Cordially Invite Purchasers t9 Give us a Call Before Purchasing Their Fall Supplies, us we Will Guarantee to Sell Goods as Cheap for CASH as the Same Quality of ^Goods' can be Bought for in the State. MEAN BUSINESS*- HVE US A CALL AND YOU WILL BE CONVINCED. H- B. CCWLES &o CO-? D. A. GALE DRUGGIST, CENTER BLOCK, MAIN STREET, PRNCETON, If4S IN STOCK], llie Best Assortment or Goods in his Line North of Min neapolis arul St. Paul: Consisting of ?X DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PATpIT MEDICINES. OTLS,~PAINTS, DyES, COLORS. PERFUMERY. LAMPS, BRACKETS, TQILET REQUISITES, COMBS, MUSICAL INSTRU- MENTS, TRUSSES, CIGARS TOB...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 5 March 1879

The Village Stork- BAYARD TATLOR'SLAST POEM. The old Hyrcanian Forest sent His weather on the plain Wahlwn'KePs orchards writhed and bent In wuirls of wind and rain. Within her nest, upon the roof, For genertitious tempest-proof, Wahlwmkel's stoik with her young ones la}-, When the hand of the hurricane tore away The honte and the home that held them. The btoi pas&ed by the happy trees Stood uph and ki&aedw thmelodies And lrom sun biid ne Came fluting one by one. The stork, upon the paths below, Went sadly pacing to and fro, With drooping plumes and head depressed, For the thought of the spoiled ancestral nest And the old inherited honor. "Behold hur now the throstle sang From out the liuden tree "Who knows from what a Hue she sprang, Beyond the unknown sea?" "It she could sing, perchance her tale Might move us," chirruped the nighingale. "Sins? She can only rattle and creak!" Whistled the bullftuch, with silver beak, Within the wires of his prison. And all birds there, or l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 5 March 1879

1 Rock me to Sleep, Mother. tward, turn backward, oh, time in your flight, Make me a child again, just tor to-night. Mother, come back from the echolesa shore. Take me again to your heart as of vore Kiss from my forehead the furrows of care, Smooth the few silver threads from my hair Over my slumbers your loving watch keep Rock me to sleep, mother, rock me to sleep. Backward, flow backward, oh, tide of the p' years! I lam so weary of toil and of tears Toil without recompensdtears all in vain Take me and give mefmy childhood again. I have grown weary dust and decay, Weary of flinging my soul's wealth away Weary of sowing for others to reap Rock me to sleep, mother, rock me to sleep. Tired of the hollow, the base, the untrue, Mother, oh, mother! my heart calls for you! Many a summer the ^rass has grown green, Blossomed and fadedour faces between Yet,with stroDg yearnintr|and passionate pain, Long I to-night for your presence again Come from the silence so long and so deep Rock me to s...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 5 March 1879

The Princeton Union. R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Termsf1.50 per year in advanoe. NEWS OF THE WEEK. CJUMES AND CRIMINALS. Cmry. charged with torging a $4,000 note on the bank at Botosville, Ohio, has been arrested und $3,900 found on Ms person. Don Piatt, editor of the Washington Sunday Capital, on the evening of Feb. 26th was assaulted in the Senate lobby by William McGarrahan and badly battered about the head a ad fare. McGarrahan had taken umbrage at personal allusions to himself iu Piatt's paper. A St. John s, N B. telegram of Feb. 20th, says, Mrs. Ward whose sentence to death for complicity in the murder of her husband at New Kister, was commuted to seven years imprisonment, has been released by order of the minister of Justice. Her alleged aceom pliee, just before being hanged, declared Mrs. Ward innocent of the crime. A Chicago telegram of Feb. 27, has the following: Charles N. Angell, defaulting secretary of the Pullman palace car company has pleaded guilty in the criminal court o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 5 March 1879

MINNESOTA LEfcriSLATUKE. SENATE, Feb. 26.Bilk were introduced granting swamp lands to the St. Louis lhver Dalles Improvement companyt amend the general laws of 1876 relating the laying out of highwaysamendin the general laws of 1874 relating the payment taxest au thorize the superintendents of the hospitals for the insane remove idiotic and feeble minded children to their respective counties and provide for their supportt locate a State road from White Earth Agency St. Vincent, to amend the statutes of 1866, relating to notaries public: authorizing dismissals appeals judges of the supreme court during vacations, and regulate the grading of wheat. Bills were passed amending the statutes relat ing the foreclosure mortgages on real estateauthorizin the State auditor abate penalties State lands where delinquents have suffered loss of cropsamendin the general statutes relating to appeals from discussions of county com missionersjpatin railroads organized un der the lawsrof Illinoist amen...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 5 March 1879

Drifting". BY THOMAS BUCHANAK READ. My soul to-day Is far away, Sailing the Vesuvian Bay My winged boat, A bird afloat, Swims round the purple peaks remoter Round purple peaks It sails and seeks Blue inlets and their crystal creeks, Where high rocks throw Through deeps below, A duplieated golden glow. Far, vague and dim The mountains swim While on Vesuvius' misty brim. With outstretched hands, The gray smoke stands O'erlooking the volcanic lands. Here Ischia smiles O'er liquid miles And yonder, bluest of the isles, Calm Capri waits Her sapphire gates Beguiling to her bright estatee. I heed not, if My rippling skiff Float swift or slow from cliff to cliff With dreamful eyes My spirit lies Under the walls of paradise. Under the walls Where swells and falls The bay's deep breast at intervals At peace I lie, Blown softly by A cloud upon this liquid sky. The day, so mild, Is heaven's own child, With earth and ocean reconciled The airs I feel Around me steal Are murmuring to the murmuring...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 5 March 1879

The Tramps. A womau and man she palid and wan, And with Bad eyes, hollow from fasting, His, glassy and marred by the drunkard's re ward, That still about him are casting With that death-eager look of that terrible thirst That has borne him and torn him down from the first. As they stand in $heir shame by the bright kitchen flame, With dispair in each shivering motion, What a story I read of man's madness and greed And of woman's angelic devotion Of the wonderful love of two ill-mated lives, Which still, in its storm-trampled embers, survives. Does her memory stretch from that poor, bloated wretch Far back into days that were golden, When his love, first breathed, seemed a treas ure bequeathed, For which she was ever beholden Surrounds him still with the illusion of yore Through which woman behold the men they adore* Aye there, as they stand, she touches his hand The hand of a sot and scoffer And a gleam of old grace lights the sad, shrunken face As she turns to the food that we offe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 5 March 1879

A FEATERNAL LODGE NO. 92, V A/. $,-.&-A.\ Jff.\ Regular CiYwmm,U'alion behl on Uie wound Wednesday evening in each month. XEWFLL A. TIPS?, W.\ M.\ II. (niApBOUHNE, SE.C. MHTIIODIST KnscwvLPreachinsr. ev cry alternate Sabbath morniusr at 11 OVUK-U, and every Suiuluy evening at 7 o'clock. Suudav school at W A. M. ev rv Sabbath. "Prayer meeting every Tinned iy even in sj. KK II. H. HUNT, Pastor. Tuesday next is town meeting day, The back bone of the winter is completely broken. The trustee? liayo decided not to commence school for a week, .or two Kt. Mr. Ed. Laporte and baby are still very low, and Ed. has to attend them, mos-t of the time, himself. RIcction t^cjeets printed at this of- fice on short notice, at low figures, and just as ordered. Bob Holmes cut himself rather .se- verely within ax a week or so ago and has got so that he is just able to hobble around on crutches. I JCTUKKS: All persons wanting anything in that lin,e eau be accommo dated. Also small pictures enlarged t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 12 March 1879

jjLmiiiniimuai!srr "Iu ij^y^g^jf.m^gggmvfvi^fmfgrmf-^g^l- mi l.^jH MAIN STREET, Ci H. HE The Old tin-Reliable Firm of H. B. COWLE S & CO As Usual are in the Market With a LARGE AND CAREFULLY SELECTED STOOK OP Dry Goods, Groceries and Provisions, Table Cutlery English and AmericanIron Stone China, Hats and Caps, Boots and SJwes, Clothing, Con fectionaries, Tobacco and Segars, #c. AIL OF WHICH WS WILL SELL AT RSB O SUIT TBS TI8SS, And we Cordially Icvite Purchasers to Give us a Call Before Purchasing Their Fall Supplies, as we Will Guarantee to Sell Goods as Cheap for CASFI as the Same Quality of Goods can be Bought for in the State. NAZE MEAN BUSINESSi A o 11VE US A CALL AND YOU WILL BE CONVINCED. H- CCWLES &, GO-r DRUGGIS CENTER BLOCK, MAIN STREET, PRNCETON, Prescriptions Carefully Compounded uud Filled at oil Hours. My Pa irons can feel Assured that I Still Continue to Keep the Best of Wines and Liquors for Medical Purposes. Caley & Nee ALL ABOARD FOR THE OLD RELIABIJR ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 12 March 1879

Majority Report Fromthe Potter Com mittee. WASHINGTON, March 2.On Saturday Mr. Potter, chairman of the investigating commit tee, submitted a report which he hud prepared to the committee, and it was adopted by a vote of six Democrats to three Republican*Gen Butler being absent. Tne three Republicans, Hbcock, Cox and Reed, will prepare a minority report. Mr. Stenger, Democrat, mem be of the committee, who was chaiiman of the sub-rommirtee in Louisiana, has lso prepared a ieport. Mr. Potter's report is neces sarily long, as it dials with all the points that have been before the committee except the cipher dispatches, which will be made the sub ject ot a special report, and will be presented to the committee to-morrow. Mr. Potter's re port is regarded by those who have perused it singularly impartial and judicial They say it ia entirely devoid of rhetoric, ornamentation and vituperative denunciation, aud derives its force solely from the close, logical deduction of facts presented to t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 12 March 1879

^iiwww^w'ifynyi^iftwg^fl~F The Canterbury Pilgrims, Stothard's -'Canterbury Pilgrims" was shown in all the great towns of Enerland, and also in Edinburgh and Dublin, for a shilling an 4 son became a universal favorite. The admirable engraving by Schiavonetti was Drought out by subscrip tion at the rate of six guineas for proofs and three for ordinary impressions, and had altogether the largest sale that any work of the kind had ever met with in England. The original painting, tor which Cromek had paid the artist 60 guineas, (40 more, that hal been promised after the subscription for engraving had been got in, weie never forthcoming,) was sold by the wily dealer for 500. it is now in the possession of Sir Willian Miles, Bart., of Leigh Court. Stothard, however, painted three replicas of this famous picture, om? of a smaller size for for his friend Samuel Rogers, the poet another for Mr. J. Benson, ot Doncaster, and another, it is not stated tor whom. This pusiibly may have been the o...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 12 March 1879

I *-i The Princeton Union. R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms$1.60 per year in advance. NEWS OF THE WEEK. CHIMES AND CRIMINAI.S. Indian murders are again reported. By a fire at Georgetown, D. C Sunday aiftht March 9th, three children of Daniel Martin, colored, were burned to death. The movements ot the Cheyenne In dian*, indicate renewed hostilities, and great Alarm is felt bv the settlers in Montana. A London telegram of March 8th, says, by a collision of cages in Victoria coal pit one was precipitated to the bottom and eight persons killed. A.. J. Clark, a member of the city council of Cincinnati has been ^convicted iu the United States court of neglect of duty as judge of election iu the 8th, ward last Octob er. A Halifax telegram of March 10th, says, at North Sidney a snow storm set in from the northeast on Friday morning and continued up to Saturday. The drifts were eight to ten feet higH. No services were held iu the churches on Sunday in conse quence of the storm. The citizens of C...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 12 March 1879

THE MONEY BAGS. What it Costs to Manage the State of Mia nesotaAppropriations Made by the Late Legislature. BTATB GOVERNMENT. Amounts Appropriations. appro- priated. 1879. Legislative $ 68.000 00 $ Governor's salary 3,800 00 Secretary of state's salary 1,800 00 Auditor and land commission- er's salary 3,000 00 Treasurer's salary 8,500 00 Supt. of publio instruction's salary 2,500 00 Attorney general's salary 2,000 00 Adj utant general's salary 1,500 00 liullroad commissioner's sal ary 3,000 00 Ins. commissioner's salary... 2,000 00 librarian's salary 1,500 00 Janitor's salary 1,200 00 Pubho examiner's salary 3,5 JO 00 Engineer's salary 1,200 00 Fireman and day laborer 720 00 Assistant engineer 300 00 Military store-keeper 400 00 Messenger 600 00 Governor's pri\ ate secretary's salary 1,500 00 Governor's clerk 1,200 00 Assistant secretary and sta tistician 2,000 00 Secretary's clerk's salary 1,000 00 Auditor's chief clerk's salary.. 1,500 00 Land clerk's salary 1,500 00 Auditor's ext...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 12 March 1879

{tumfm^umffmtimmma IIMI An Essay in Quantity Lo! the day, dawning with a rosy brightness, Leaps to each mountain over all the valleys. While the gray twilight, vanishing before it, Clings to the lowlands Where the hoarse tumult of an angry torrent, Lonely in silence as of old eternal. Roars a rough nocturne, even in the darkness Thundering onward, Like a forlorn soul that a gloomy passion Urges, and dark mibts gather all around him, But the high mountains, if he gazed upon them Glow with the sunlight, The Spectator ESCAPED. A TALE OF THE BEVOIiTJTION. New Jersey, as "well as New York, was originally settled by colonists from Hol land, and although the English at one time got possession of the territory, the Dutch regained it and held it, under the name t'Achter Kos, until 1673. Among the early emigrants from Hol land was a family by the name of Koven hoven, who took up lands in what is now Monmouth county, near the present vil lage of Batoatown. Their descendents, under the angliciz...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 12 March 1879

Consolation. When the pale wreath is laid upon the tomb, Love's.last fond homage offered to the dead. And the bereft, with tears and drooping head, Bid mute farewell on sadly turning home, Sister and brother, widowed love and friend, Review, as in a solemn vision then. Their dear one's life, its bliss and hitter pain, It'& restless hopes now ever at an end. The common thought lifts them above de spair, One brief thanksgiving is on every tongue That faithful heart shall never more be wrung With cold unkindness or with aching care That Renerous mind no stern rebuffs shall vex That busy brain no problems dire perples Good Words. ALCIDOR: Or, the Power of Song". It was the height of the "Reign of Ter rors" in Paris. A crowded audience was breathlessly listening to the favorite tenor* Alcidor. ^L "C'est magnifique c'est charmaat It is superb! ravishing!" was whispered alike in pit, boxes and gallery, as Alci dor was singing "0, Richard! O, mon Roi!" And when he finished the beautiful...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 12 March 1879

A FRATERNAL LODGE NO. 92,! ^r A/.F/.& A.*. M.\ 1Jie Regular CommunicAttorvslwld on second Wednesday evening in each mouth. NEWELL A. ROSS, W. M. C. H. CHADBOUUN,SEC.-. METHODIST EPISCOPALPreaching ev ery alternate Sabbath morning at 11 o'clock, and every Sunday evening at 7 o'clock. Sunday school at 10 A. M. ev ery Snbbath. Prayer meetiug every Thursday evening. RKV. 11. B. HUNT, Pastor. Don't shed .your buffalo coats yet awhile. Free dances in Princetqn ate not a Ifofd overseers and all town officers must qualify within ten day after their election. There were 150 meals eaten at Judkiifs hotel, at the crossing, on Sim- ilar. Since S-iturday night last the hotels have been crowded with men coming out of .the woods. Mr. Samuel Ross has been quite ill fir some dtys past he somewhat at present. is improving We are obliged to Messrs. Norton and Warriner, of Wyanett, for election returns from that town. Hauling logs is played out for this seison. and the Hoys will have a short respit...

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