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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 30 April 1879

*IAIN STREET, THE The Old Un-Reliable Firm of H. B. COWLES & CO As Usual are in the Maiket With a LARGE AND CAREFULLY SELECTED STOGK OF Dry Goods. Groceries and Provisions. Table Cutlery English and AmericanIron- Si one China, Hats mid. Caps, Boots and Shoes, Clothing. Con fectiomwies, Tobacco and- Segars'. \V ill tf TOE W E TO! BLL A PRICES TO SKI IH3 *M Aud we Cordially Invite Purchasers to Give us a Call liefore Purchasing Their Fill buppiies, as we Will Guarantee to Sell Goods as. Cheap lor CAM! as the Same Quality of Goods can he Bought lor in the htate. \A/E: MEAN BUSINESS^ A 5IVE US A CALL AND YOU WILL BE CONVINCED. H. B. CCWLES D. A. GALEY DRUGG!S~T, CENTER BLOCK, MAIN STREET, PRNCETON, HAS 1\' STOCK The Best Assortment oj (roods in. his- Line .Yorth of Min neapolis and St. Hud: Consisting' w' DRUGS. OHFM7CALS.PATEWT MEDICINES, OlLS,~PATXTS. Dk'ES, COLORS, PERFUMERY, LAMPS, BRACKETS, TOILET U.L.QI/J SITES, COMBS, MUSICAL INSTRU- MENTS, TRUSSES. CIGARS TOBAC- CO, POCKET B...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 30 April 1879

1 V* l^QWGIJiG FOB SPBIXO-TI3IE. Haste, hoary Winter! Loose thy weary chain From the dull heavens and the deadened earth, That the soft bloom of flowers, the gladsome birth Of bloss, my spring may visit us again., No featherv leaflets flutter on the line No flower-tmds bui sting, gem the sward be neath No song-birds warble w'th melodious breath, As in the joyous flush of Summer time. Thy touch hath chilled the greenness from che bough, Robbed the still forest of its pleasing shade Thj Jd breath swept the flowers from the clade, And birds have fled to balmier regions now. Ther aste thee, in thine ice-wheeled car, iwa To the ice-carven deserts of the JNorth, That the Queen-maiden Spring may venture ioith, And gladden hill and meadow with her sway. In her soft hands a beaker trimmed with buds On her soft lips a burst of youthful song The sun&hme in her shadeless eyes among The keeping boughs shall quicken all the woods. Then shall the joyous merle mid sprays Of pink flushed hawthor...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 30 April 1879

ar HOUSE, FARM, GARDEN. ARlCVLTtRAt HOTK8. It takes the price of 20 bushels of wheat to pay for the transportation of one car-load over the Union Pacific rail way bridge ^.t Omaha. in Kentucky when a mule gets so lazy that he won't work for more than nine or ten hours a day, they trim his ears down and sell him to a Chicago man for a car riage horse. Two years ago a corn speculator at Clarinda, Iowa, refused sixty cents a bushel for 80,000 bushels of corn he had bought for thirty cents. He is now vain ly trying to get ten cents a bushel for it. Robert Bonner goes in for fast horses, and between his stables in New York city and his farm, he keeps nineteen trot ters thirteen ot them have trotted in 2:20 or better and one 2:14 1-2. The State Board of Agriculture, which met at Columbus, Ohio, the 26th ult, de cided to accept the bonds ot $4,000 ten dered by the citizens, and located the State Fair at thp* place for the ensuing two years. The well-known trotting stallion Path finder, own...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 30 April 1879

IT" The Princeton Union. R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms--f 1.60 per yew in advance. IN twenty years the United States has increased 138,000,000 bushels in its pro duction of wheat while the value of its agricultural implements in use upon farms has increased $135,000,000, and live stock $1,081,000,000. IN 1852, a human skeleton was dug up from a depth of 60 feet, in New Orleans, beneath four successive buried forests of cypress. Dr. Dowler, in whose posses sion it came, believed from its position it had lain there 5,000 years. -co THE bank of England will celebrate its 185, aniv-rsary on July 27 next. The char ter was last renewed in 1844. The bank now employes 800 men, issues nothing less than o note, and keeps on an average a sum in bank of England notes in circu lation equal to $125,000,000 ot our money. FIFTY million bushels of old corn are said to be yet remaining unsold in Ne braska. At the present rates of trans portation irom the Missouri River to New York, TO cents per 100 po...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 30 April 1879

HABST BAIN'S AMBITION. BY IiTJIiU W Ethel Cameron stood leaning on the gate straining her eyes, for a last glimpse of Harry Bain as he galloped down the road without once turning for a last look on either the young girl or the old home he had loved so dearly, and with both he had just parted, it might be for months, vears, it might be forever. Har ry's words, hard and cruel, were still lingering on Ethel's ear, crushing from her young heart all the bright sweet hopes she had hitherto entertained. Yes, he had almost broken the heart that had been so loyal and true to him, that had given to him all its pure, sweet love and he had proved false and had cast aside her lOve as an impediment in his path to wealth and fame. Harry Bain longed for these. He was ambitious and lor ambition he would sacrifice the purest and noblest impulses of his natme and the future promised success bv grasping it his wishes might be realized" and to this he would devote his very thoughts. "You will forgive me...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 30 April 1879

fWOMBW FOKKH TMUnrSOW. "TOraiNCBSS ALICE" AND "T HE DEFENSE OF LUCKNOW." The following beautiful "dedicatory poem to the Princess Mice," by Mr, Tennyson, opens the new number of thefflneUenthCen tury. "Dead Princess, living Power, if that which lived True life, live onand if the fatal kiss, Born of tiue life and love, divorce thee not Prom earthly love and lifeif what we call The spirit flash not all at once from out This shadow into Substancethen perhaps The mellow'd murmur of the people's praise From thine own State and all our breadth of realm, Where Love and Longing dress thy deeds in light, Aseends to thee and this March morn that Thy soldier-brother's bridal orange bloom Break thro' the yews and cypress of thy grave, And thine Imperial mother smile again. May send one ray to thie' and who can tell ThouEngland's England-loving daughter thon Dying BO English thou would't have her flag Borne on thy coffinwhere is he can swear But that some broken gleam from our poor earth Maytouc...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 30 April 1879

I believe, Because my brother said That since the fowls are fed, Who sow not, neither reap And since when lilies sleep And toil not, neither spin, They wake appareled in Far finer robes than kings', It must be each day brings From God, who takes such heed, All which his children need.Selected, TRIX. "Do you know where Miss Beatrix is?" There was something sharp in Mr. St. John's glance as ~e questioned little Rosetta, his cousin's maid. "Yes, sir she's in the garden with Mr. Le Blond and the younj gentlemen." At this answer the sharpness of Forrest St. John's glance increased, and turning from the door of Redwood he passed quickly along the terrace. At the end he stopped before descend ing the steps, and looked down the broad garden-path. He saw plainly the group there under the locusta regally beauti ful young lady iu purple silk, two dark eyed boys leaning upon her lap, a young, fair complexion man standing so as to overlook the book upon which the eyes of all were fixed. It was c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 30 April 1879

One storv is toocl till another t-.lil. Ladk*., go to C. II Nines* and so leet jour spring arid surorotvr onJfits, "New spring ami summer goods jus-t rccthed at 0 Rines* store. ,p, drM Calfy & Nrely"*. new wareioom i* about completed it :s "nccit but not jMudy." Check." is a yood thing in its ph but too much that commodity i.s woiso than none at all. C. II iinos has now on exhibition and ioi tie a splendid stock ot* new j^prinii and summer JJOOIN. Nou can always rely on jrettiug wli.it you want, at piices to *uit, at th Old Kelnble Store. Mr. Hiram Millett 1IN built an ad ditiviu to his house which improves the looks of his place very much. .h t-an pra for rain,e would W the ungodly -*'--e The payrs of the vv,cke ar.nlet iiufhin.. eoti'itti^tiivt at .liuKtor lie xice i\. SHtnrd.y, to reecvo i heir blanks a"d instim fior. I ...i i Mr. and Mi-. Moses Tiboett bid adi.M to t"'eir liotcl in the woods,J M- A time at kat. and Inch into theji "\if\'* residence. Mr. 0.1.. P..,-, ou,,o v,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 7 May 1879

s^w^** *-e MAIM STREET, O s^s*-,^-? -^-*f ?#!*v,^! rii VOL. III. The Grand fy^f^vi.*!s' H*W The Old Un-Reliablc Firm of H. COWLE S & CO As Usual are in the Market With a LARGE AND CAREFULLY SELECTED STOCK OF Dry Goods, Groceries and Provisions, Table Cutlery English and AmericanIron Stone China, Hats and Gaps, Boots and Slwes, Clothing, Con fectionaries, Tobacco and Segars, #c. ill win mi a nm O SUI TE E HUES 0 ad wa Cordially Invite Purchasers to Give us a Call Before Purchasing Their Pall .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. MEAN BUS o YOU o *1YM U8 A CALL AND YOU WILL BE CONVINCED. H. B. CCWL.ES &O CO-, D. A. GALEY DRUGGIS CENTER BLOCK, MAIN STREET, PRNCETON, HAS IN STOCK The Best Assortment of Goods in his Line North of Min neapolis and St. Bead Consisting of RUG8, CHEMICALS, PATENT MEDICINES, OILS, PAINTS, DYES, COLORS, PERFUMERY, LAMPS, BRACKETS, TOILET REQUISITES, COMBS, MU6ICAL IN...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 7 May 1879

The Princeton Uaion. R. DUNN, Publisher. Termsf1.60 per yer in advance. NKWS OF THE WEEK. CRIMES ANP CRIMINALS. He/ukiah Bradley, colored, was hung at Gal. estort,Tcxas, May 2, in the presence of 0,000 people tor the murder of a negro named Pol- look. Theodoio B. Webei who was shot at Chica go, May t, by Mrs Roberts, died on the after noon ot irtay'd. Mrs. Roberta was held on a charge of murder. Weber's wife is in Europe. The foolish daughter of the Sheriff of Col umbia county, Wis., who released a burglar from jail, and clopod with him, was arrested on the evening of May 3, with her paromour aear Arlington, the. girl having donned men's clothes and j/ut off her hair. Thus with ruined repufWon and blighted life, the girl is returned to her once happy home, and her burglar lover to his cell. A. posso of citizens attepted to arrest a gang of horse thieves at the bouse of one Mr. Pierson, fourteen miles from "Forsythe, in Taney county, Mo. May 1. The thieves re sisted, and in the melee...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 7 May 1879

HOR ACC'a.'ttHOST. [BOOK I., OT I. Gentl* reader,patron li ii 11 o'd and patienmine,, line Stum \viit eager -et embrace Clones of lie field and cha -e Covet these the ath'ete'6 pnze, Guerdon meet in lady's eyes Those, \mbition's clarion calls To the Commons' storied halls. Heart and Will by Fancy set On the star and coronet Battle some for golden gain, Garners stored with Indian grain Him, the wealth Golconda yields Tempts not from his father's fields, On a tea bound bark to roam From the safety of his home While another courcs in vain Dull repoe from wind and main, Praising Easeto test anew Fiagile freight and carelesB crew Some the wine-cup's vigils keep Some in busy daylight sleep By the crystal fountio's sheen, Or beneath the covert green Blithe the soldier springs to arms Vainly Beauty woos and charms, When the boar and tiger near Face the hunter's gnu and spear. Godlike all our pleasures be, For the Lords of Earth are we. Ivied Muse of frolic song Set me mid thy joyous throng ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 7 May 1879

j ss* AT THB GAJRDKN-GAm They lingered at the garden i The moon was full above Ha took her darling hand in hit. The trembling little doye, And pressed it to his fervent lips And softly told his lova. About her waist he placed hla tost He called her all his own His heart, he said it ever beat For her, and her alone And he was happier than a Xing Upon a golden throne. "dome weal come woe," la ardent This youth continued he, As is the needletothe pole, 801 will constant be Ho power on earth thall tear ttwe, affft^ Away, I swear, from me 1" From out the wiairber-window popped A grizzly, night-capped head A hoarse voice yelled, Ton, Susaa Juw Come in and go to bed I" And that was allit was enough The young man wildly fled. -Rarptr'* Btaar. SCARLET FEVER, Some Facts as to Its Origin. The prevalence of scarlet fever in New York induced the World to inter view Dr. Fordyce Barker concerning the disease. The following is there salt: It was first described by Sydenham in the seventeenth centur...

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

TWO KISSES. Whoa I mftde a rlBlt home, And stole up stain, good fortune leading, I raw, or. rather, thought I saw, My sister in the study reading. With nolseleeB treal I forward crept, With schemes of mischief most imprudent And, leaning o'er the arm-chair's back, I softly kissed the gentle student. She turned to fly, with tarning face, As if a brother's kiss polluted Rapture I VTwas nof iy Sister La, But Cousin Amy I'd saluted. Of course I then began to beg She would excuse my having kissed her Protesting that, upon my word, I really thought it was my sister. A conversation followed next, Whose theme, be sure, was not the weather And then a very blissful pair Seatedwell, rather dose together. And Amy, with her roguish way, When for the second time I kissed her, Said, archly looking up to me, "Are you quite sure it's not your sister J" Barnard Crimson. OUB PRESENT POPULATION. And the Census of 1880. [From the New York Tribune.] The present Congress has few more important duties to p...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 7 May 1879

AN INDIANA SCIENTIST. Tiie Quaker Shoemaker Who Ha8 Made Himselt an Astronomer. J. C. Fletcher la the Indianapolis Journal. Spiceland, Henry county, Indiana, has long been celebrated for its academy, founded by the Society of Friends, and it is the place where Miss Susan Fussell lives-that philanthropic Quaker lady who was instrumental in inducing Representa tive Charles S. Hubbard, in the Indiana legislature, to bring lorward and carry through successfully the project of found ing an asylum for feeble-minded children. But Spiceland has another distinction. It has the beet practical astronomer in In diana, in the shape of a shoemaker, who earns his daily bread (for he is poor) by cobbdng. I found every circumstance so interesting connected with this as tronomer, that I am sure the readers of the Journal will also find an interest in a sketch of his pursuit of knowledge under more difficulties than those of the Elder Herscbell, or of James Ferguson, the Scotch astronomer. William Daw...

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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. — 7 May 1879

The Venus of Melos. O Goddess of the Grecian idle Whose shore the blue jSigean laves, Whose cliffs repeat with answering smile Their features in its sun-kissed waves. An exile from thy native place, We view thee in a northern clime, Yet mark on thy majestic face A glory still uudlmmed by time. Through these^ calm Upa, proud Goddess, speak! Portray to us* thy gorgeous fane, Where Melian suitors thronged to teek Thine aid,JGove's Paradise to gain Where, oft as in the saffron east Day's jewelled gates were open flung, With st itely pomp th' attendant priest Drew back the vail before thee hung And as the daring kiss of morn, Empurpling, made thy charms more fair, Sweet strains, from unseen miustrels borne. Awoke from dreams the perfumed air. Vouchsafe at least our minds to free From doubts pertaimug to thy charms The meaning of thy bended knee, The secret of thy vanished asms! Was* thou in truth conjoined with Mars? thy fair hands hts shield embrace, The surface of*trtiose golden bars G...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 7 May 1879

Ladies, go to C. If. Rines' ami so lect yout spring and summer outfits, Sheridan's ride duplicated" will Appear in next week's issue. New spring and kuuimer goods, just received at C. H, Rines' store. Work on the dam at Tibbett's brook is being vigorously carried on. Let the man who refuses to work or pay his poll tax be .shot on the spot. Croquet sets at D. A. Caley's al most nothing. Come and get a set. Horse, buggy, harness and robes for vale cheap for cash. ^Enquire of S. L. Staples. You taa always rely on getting what you want, at prices to suit, at the Old Reliable Store. White wash brumes, and paint brushes, at the Drug Store, cheap for ca-h. Try us. C. H. Rines has now on exhibition and for sile a splendid stock of new spring and summer goods. What has become of all our Milo and Greenbush correspondents? Let us hear from you once in a while. Frank Campbell has a heifer only 15 months old, that gave birth to a nice little "bossy" the other night. The frosthas* played sad havo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 21 May 1879

\V 3IVE US H- B. MAIN STREET, $3 ^V Yur oa The Grand LADIES' The Old ITn-Reltable Firm or B. COWLES & H. CO As Usual are in the Market With a LARGE AND CAREFULLY SELECTED STOGK OF Dry Goods, Groceries and Provisions, Table Cutlery English and AmericanIron Stone China, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Clothing, Con fed&onaries, Tobacco and Segars, Sfc. AI O WSKBIW E VO SEL A It IB IB OB -o And t Cordially Invite Purchasers to Give us a C*U 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. MEIAN BUSINESS* i i o A CALL AND YOU WILL BE CONVINCED. CCWLES &o CO-, D. A. GALEY DRUGGIS CENTER BLOCK, MAIN STREET, PRNCETON, HAS IN STOCK Tiie Best Assoiiinent of Goods in Ms Line North of Min neapolis and St. Paul Consisting of DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PATE NT MEDICINES, OILS, PAINTS, DYES, COLORS, PERFUMERY, LAMPS, BRACKETS, TOILET REQUISITES, COMBS, MUSICAL INSTRU- MENTS, TRUSSES, CIGARS ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 21 May 1879

The Princeton Union. R. C. DDNN, PnMtohjHr. "Jj~ Term*$1.60 per year in avnof!" NEWS SUMMARY. CRIMES AND CRIMINALS. The Grand Jury returned indie tment ment&, May 15, against the keepers of seven houses of prostitution in St. Paul. I&uac T. Neff, of Anilla, Indiana, went to visit friends in Franklin county, .Ohio, with $000 on his person, and was mnrdered. Later advices from Mokeiumne Hill, California reveal the fact that the death of Auditor Maj nard occurred at his o\\ hands by stabbing himself. Alexande Cohen, the Milwaukee forg er, hat. been arrested in Richmond, Tu. Wis consin officers -with a requisition from the Governor have gone after him. 'On May 16, six criminals at various points in the country wore executed for vari ous crimes one Mas sentenced to be hum? for murder, and one,Hcnry J. Cros&,tity treasurer Of Salem, Mass., hunsr himself. At Bclvidere, N J., May 17, Ex-State Senator, J. B. Cornish, convicted of conspiracy to defraud the county of $10,000, aud J...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 21 May 1879

BALLAD. While to\ ins? with herjeweled hand Oiu' .ifternoon at three o'clock, She (smiled upon me quite as bland As sunbeam* ou a weather-cock. I drew her closer to my side, And all my thoughts of sorrow fled Then, while'her half-closed fan she eyed, If I remember right, I said: "Ah, wherefore are you sad and strange? Now, prithee, tell me, fairest one. You seem a walking 'moated range' Have you been leading Tennysou? "Or has some dear, confiding friend With angels gone beyond the blue'? Or do you want the Fates to send Some one to fall in love with you? "If so, consider me the one, I'll be your loving lord in sooth: Now jou have land and I have none." I told her but the simple truth. "Oh, do not send me spurned away Indeed, your disposition's such, That every minute in the day I think about you muchly much. "Your brow is like the Alpine snows, Your woido my soul with music thrill, Your cheek is like a crimson rose, Your little mouth is sweeter still. "Oh, be my life's alluring ligh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 21 May 1879

LOVE'S YOJJ1HO DBEAM. BTB0FHB. A young man woke with the kin of mom 2 Carol and slag, light-hearted boy] On the woodland echoes his song la borne What la the world bat lore ana joy? Singing, he twine* torUs dear tore* breast Bluebell and violet, daintily pressed, Tenderly fondled, lightly caressed Carol and sing, Oh dreaming boyl t?W AHTXBTBOPBB. A wasp got np at the break of day Tenderly spread theplatter on! And he opened the session the good old' Poor on the arnica till it is gone! And ne stropped his bodkin with anxious care, He whetted its edges keen and bare, Till it gleamed like steel in the morning ato ning tor the arnica! Four it on I CATABTBOTHS. Run tor the doctorI Bun like sin! Put on some mnd till the doctor comes! This Is the hole where the probe went in How it bums and throbs like a hundred drums Yell like a madman mutter and growl Trample the violets rave and howl Scatter the bluebellslove may scowl! Shriek for the arnica1 Here it comes1 Burlington Bautib-Em, AS ANGE...

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