ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Princeton Union, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 15,376 items from Princeton Union, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
15,376 results
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 21 May 1879

AIX OH MY EYE An Excruciatingly Fanny Incident. [From the Chicago Tribune.] Down in Caroline county, MA, the other day, EB the Rev. Mr. Walton, of Shepherd's Chapel, was engaged in fervent prayer, a hilarious wor shiper named Marvel took a quid of tobaooo in his hand, and. watching for a favorable oppor tunity when the clergyman's head was thrown back in earnest devotion, letflythe moist weed, which Btruck fair in the face of the human mark. The prayer suddenly stopped and a scene ensued, and Marvel was taken before a resident magistrate and fined 95 costs. This reminds one that a prominent 8outhern preach er has said that the only time he ever felt like laughing in the pulpit was when he saw a man in the gallery drop a quid of tobaooo in the face of a sleeping man in a pew on the ground floor of the church. "Yes," said a venerable Briton, Cock ney of the Cockneyest, to the writer, who had shown him the item above, "it is getting well on to fifty years since I saw something like tha...

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. — 21 May 1879

CAMILT.R FIAMMVRION, the French as tronomer, from certain recent observa tions lias arrived at the conclusion that the moon is inhabited. He wants $200,000 to construct an immense refrac ting telescope, with which he expect9 to study the habits of the lunar native. IN 1818 thirteen men met to pray in reference to founding a place of learning for those of the Baptist faith. They com menced by contributing one dollar each. Out of tins grew Madison University and its widely extended educational and mis sionary influence, and its landed estate, now amounting to $500,000. EDISON'S promised electric light lias not yet had any very marked effect on gas stocks in this country. At a recent auction sale in New York, Manhattan stock sokl at $186 par 50. Brooklyn at $140 par $25. Nassau at $70 par $25. These figures also give a good idea of the profits made by gas companies. GEN. ROSSES, chief engin "c i Northern Pacific Railroad,says themigrat ing negroes who take employmont under him will wor...

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. — 21 May 1879

NIGHT. Slowly the sunset fade Ni^ht'-- shadows full The pale moon irliminei thro' the shades Abo\ the poplars, tall, The mcr's \m\ei amid the iced*. Like wan sjiaj serpents euiwl. A hubhini md doth go In secret, here The lushes bend with the wave's flow, And the reeds twist like hair Slowly stealing, till it takes the ashen boughs With sudden gust of air. Somewhere, too-late bird Makes shiillj sound Close by, the marsh frogs ai heard Upon the weed ground A white owl tilts on nhostly wings, And the bats swarm mound. The quivei ing planets shine Tinough the black night Thej seem to hang like lite-flies on The tree-tops all alight The rustling topmost leaves all gleam With sihtry white. The pule moon grows apace A wanner hue, It diaws avail across tjhe face Oi night, which looketh through It floods the hills and hidden dells With mist}', yellow dew. Like pale gold dew it lies On half-seen trees With broad and jellow sheets it dads The sloping lloweiy leas Its misty smile in the fair sk...

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. — 21 May 1879

Ar\ Regular Communications held on the second Wednesday evening in each iKEWKLL A. ROSS, W.\ M.. (J. H.CHADBOURNE,8EC.\ MEIHODIST EPISCOPALPreaching ev cry alternate Sabbath morning at 11 'clock, and every Sunday evening clock. Sunday school at 10 A. M.ev Prayer meeting ery Stbbath Praye Thursday eyening. Khv H. B. HUNT, Pastor. at 7 every Nice new cqttou and silk parasols, at C. H. Rines's. The river is all of four feet lower at this point than it was a, week ago. No school this scholars are having a week's vacation previous to entering upon another two mouths' term. Ladies' dress goods of all descrip* tious, new spriag and summer goods, LAW be found at the Old Reliable store of C. H. Rines. Charles Bray, of this township, is the owner of an 11 months' colt that weighs 762 lbs. Pretty good scrub colt, we should say. Oliver Leathers is around again, but he now sports a cane, he has had a long siege of sickness, having been coniined to his bed for three months rheumatism was what "ai...

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. — 28 May 1879

MAIN STREET, GO The Grand d. rl. Fall LADIES' The Old ITn-Reliable Firm H. B. COWLE S & CO As Usual are in the Maiket With a LARGEAND CAREFULLY SELECTED STOGK OP Dry Goods, Groceries and Provisions, Table Catlety English and AmericanIron Stone China, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Clothing, Con fectionaiies, Tobacco and Segars, fyc. A ll Of WEIGH WE WILL SELL AT PEICES TO SUIT TBE TIKES. And wo Cordially Invite Purchasers to Give us a Call Before Purchasing Their Fall Supplies, as we Will Guarantee to Sell Goods as Cheap for CASIt as the Same Quality of Goods can be Bought form the State. \A/ E EliA N BUSINESS o YOU JIVE US A CALL AND YOU WILL H- B- CCWLES &o DRUGGIS CENTER BLOCK, MAIN STREET, PRNCETON, HAS IN STOCK Hie B'&t Assortment of Goods in his Line North of Min neapolis and St. Paid Consisting of DRV' S, CHEMICALS, PATENT MEDICINES, OILS, PAINTS, DYES, COLORS. PERFUMERYi LAMPS, BRACKETS, TOILET REQUISITES. COMBS, MUSICAL INSTRU- MENTS, TRUSSES, CIGARS TOBAC- CO,...

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 May 1879

The Princeton Union. R- C. DUNN, Publisher. Termsf1.80 per year in advanoe. A PKOVIDKNCE machinist has made $360,000 worth of gold and silver models of locomotives, ships, palace cars, &c. The number is fifty-six. HARVARD can no longer claim to be the Amerioan university having the greatest number of students, as Michigan 'University boasts 1,342 students, while Harvard has but 1,332. Harvard leads, however, in the number of instructors %aving 132 to Michigan's 63. FAYKTTK County, Ky., has a beautiful young lady of 16, who is equal to Dr. Carver in rifle shooting. With an old fashioned squirrel rifle she recently shot two blackbirds out of the top of a tree and two owls through the head. As an exibition of her skill, she centered the mark six times in succession at the dis tance of sixty yards. A BELGIAN chemist assserts that the colors of pressed flowers may be retained by dipping them in heated alcohol witk one drop of salic acid to six thousand parts of alcohol. Heating alcoh...

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. — 28 May 1879

OLD TIMES. There's a beautiful song on the slumberous air, That drift through the valley of dreams It comes from a clime where the roses were, And tuneful heart and bright brown hair That waved in the morning beams. Soft eyes of azure and eyes of brown, And snow-white forehead are there A glimmering cross and a glimmering crown, A thorny bed and a couch of down, Lost hopes and leaflets of prayer. A breath of spring in the breezy wooda, Sweet wafts from the quivering pines Blue violet eyes beneath green hoods, A bubble of brooklets, ascent of buds, Bird warblers and clambering vines. A rosy wreath and dimpled hand, A ring and a slighted vow Three golden links of a broken band, A tiny track on the snow-white sand, A tear and a sinless brow. There's a tincture of grief in the beautiful song, That sobs on the slumbrous air And loneliness felt in the festive throng, Sinks down on the soul as it trembles along From a clime where the roses were. We heard it first at dawn of day, And it min...

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. — 28 May 1879

1 THE THERMACHION. An nwnni* Man Invents Machine ft* Fro* ducing Unlimited Heat Without Fuel. [From th Peorte Transcript.] Mr. J. Chellew, of Glasford, Peoria county, is at work on a machine for producing heat by mechanical means. Mr. Chellew said: "That it is well known that heat was a kind of vibration or motion of the molecules of matter, and that, therefore, it was possible to produce it by mechanical means. Iron, for instance, oan be made hot by ham mering it heat can beproducedby rub bing two sticks together, and many other illustrations of similar nature maybe given, all showing that heat was a me chanical effect." Starting withthis idea, he went to work to construct a machine which would produce heat. His first attempt w&s a success the machine produoed a low degree of heat. The motive power being the work of an old Seth Thomas clock, the trouble with the machinewasthat the vibrationswere notregular, hencethe low degreeof heat but he felt encouraged that heat could be pr...

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. — 28 May 1879

AN KNGMSH SENSATION. 27tc Very Hard Case of Thomas Moran. [Boston Herald.] It i3 not often that a pauper-oonvict has the honor ot drawing the notice of the British house ot commons all to himself, and on two occasions. Yet assuredly the case of Thomas Moran merited the excep tional attention which it received. Wedo not remember to have come upon a more cruel and pitiable instance of the oppres sion of poverty by the law. On the 23d ult. Thomas Moran, a laborer, with a luna tic wife and six young children, was sum moned before the magistrates of the police court in Chester, the county town of Ches hire, and the center of English squirachv. The prosecuting officer of the Chester union charged this hapless workman with having willfully neglected to contribute toward the support of four of his ohildren, who were living in the workhouse at the expense of the ratepayers. All six of the ohildren were taken into the institution on Sept. 11. Two came out after a short stay, and since then ha...

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. — 28 May 1879

ft & OLD CHURCH BELLS. Ring out merrily, Loudly, cheerily, Blithe old bells from the steeple tower Hopefully fearfully, Joyfully, tearfully, Moveth the bride from her maiden bewer. Cloud there is none'hi the bright summer sky Sunshine flings benisons down from on high Children sing loud as the train moves along, "Happy the bride that the sun shineth on. Knell outdreaiily. Measure out wearily, Sad old bells, fiom the steeple gray Priests chanting lowly, Solemuy, slowly, Passcth the corpse from the portals to-day. Drops from the laden clouds heavily fall Dripping o\er the plume and the pall Murmur old folks, as the train moves along, "Happy the dead that the lain raineth on.' Toll at the hour of prime, Matin and vesper chime, Loved old belU from the steeple high Rolling, like holy waves, Over the lowly graves, Floating up, prayer-frought, into the sky. Solemn the lesson your lightest uotes teach, Stern is the preaching your iron tongues preach Ringing in life from the bud to the b...

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. — 28 May 1879

LITTLE HARRY'S LETTER. A postman stood with puzzled brow And in his hands turned o'er and o'er A letter, with address s6 strange As he had never seen before. The writing cramped, the letters small. And by a boy's rough hand engraven, The word-, inn thus: ''To Jcbus Christ,"" And underneath inberibed, "In Heaven.' The postman paused full well he knew No mail on earth this note could take And yet 'Twas writ in childish taith, And posted for the dear Lord's sake. With careful hand he broke the seal. And rev'rently the letter read Twas short and very simple too, For this was all the writer said. "My Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, I've lately lost my father dear, Mother is very, very poor. And life to her is sad and drear. Yet thou hast promised in thy Word That none can ever ask in vain For what they need of earthly store, If only asked in Jesus's name,. "And so I write you in his name. To ask that you will kindly send Some money down what you can spare And what is rirh for us to spend....

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. — 28 May 1879

srr A FRATERNAL LODGE NO. B2 A/.JJV.& A.'- M.\ Regulat CommUDteatiotMsbeld on Mie second Wednesday evening in acu month NEWELL A. ROSS, W M.. C. H. OHADBOUKNE, SEC.-. MMHOIHST EPISCOPALbreaching ev eiy alternate Sabbath morning at II o'clock, and every Sunday evening at 7 o'clock. Sunday school at 10 A. M. ev ei\ Sibbath Pi.iyer meeting eveiy llmrbdny ovenins:. KM ft. B. Haisr, Pastor. ice new cotton and silk parasols, at C. II. Riues's. Five weeks 1'iom to-moirow, Fri day, and the 103 birthday of the na tion will have arrived. There was t\n addition to Loom Rcny's family last Saturday. It is a 81- It was rumored, around town on Wednesday.that one of Dowdell's men as chowned at St. Francis. Ladies' dress goods of all descrip tion*, new spring and summer goods, can be found at the Old Reliable store ol C. II. Rines. ^Numerically the Sons of Temper ance in Princeton are increasing, and so are the saloonsa new one has been started this week that? What sign is Do you want a cheap ca...

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. — 4 June 1879

r~yT.v i 'in. FDOIJK -Htl'.'.li&&i C^^ it.- jSV^mWL *VVJ ..i.rv'f. Iri "^${C*''h i v~f''- a*..^. Jl',i ou" PJ^ .b *?aoa-, iSP* CESTSR i *iU 1 1 r-!lT ^&aRS^"^ J. Tliii^ftllLEl, Proprietor H.:ii.Oi Flour,. Feec^ ,and .^{eal'^fept iConstantly on Hand. I will not-be Undersbld Fdr{M oii J^ t*tb^ 5 itoiki-)ffi j( /i:4ooi iiv/ MT1U 'A^^ fyigtyfy^mdk, 4meHGbn7rfroh Stom Ctmna, Hats ^mdd^ap Boots wnd^Shoes, Olotfomgt, tQ&w+i*'**- And we CordiaHy-Invito Purchasers to Give us a Call Before liarctastiig'i,Tl)eIr SiirjpHes, ^.p?jWyhGuarantee to Sejl Goods as Cjlieap for ^A.$H A84heK Same Quality of Goods ca* be,Bought..for iA tUe SJaJe. ..t ^^r I'.r.f^ei/K'isr:!-fa^ftas &a eu ^^s **i r 8^y iFbwr iFiw^r in Pn-iiiteton (an/f, /Aits f^^ ^e\/^ome'''ini^usier^es! ,n ,v.,,), -M..1 .*-i .^JI^.Vw I, iiI ii in J~- The Grand Central ^TIM wTtvCfoi'H M/iMlilnMtMrflBlgrT f^\, Has Jus Received the Largest Stoc of Fall andt Winterk L_ADiE:e: FANCY:, DRESS That Ever was Brought Into ^Prince...

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. — 4 June 1879

THE OLD TOWN CLOCK. Upon the square in the quiet town, The courthouse stands, and looking down From the tower above is the well-known face Of the old town clock. From ite lofty place, Over the tree tops swaying tali, It patiently tells the time to all. ih tS In summer days, from the streets oelow, So close and dense the green leaves grow, Its pointing hands can scarce be seen But over the rustling boughs of Jfresn, And mingled with joyous song of bird, Ite warning voice is ever heard. Throughout each day and silent night, While the stars o'crhead are gleaming bright, Ever and ever sounds the bell And ever its lesson seems to tell, A lesson rung with every tone, To the midnrght watcher sad and lone. Tune is fleeting Ne'er retreating, Another day Has passed away Gone forever, Returning never Every treasure, Everypleasure, That it carries Never tarries Time is fleeting, Ne'er retreating "Time ibfleeting,"but naught heed they Who carelessly hear the bell each day *Ne'er retreating" 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. — 4 June 1879

Fashion's Kxcentrictties, The saucepan and the extinguisher mark the limits of the range of objects of which some of the eccentric French bon nets remind one. The panier draperies shorten the basques made for no costumes, but some times the basque is made long and draped into folds. Rosettes for horses were shown at recent English bazaar, whose appearance on the tables is mentioned as a wise in novation. The newest way of arranging wide i scarfs is to drape one just above the Bounce which borders the underskirt. Suits of white bunting are trimmed with bright plaid and bows of cardinal and gold ribbon. Gauze scarfs, trimmed with velvet, are among the light wrappings annbunced for this summer. Classical figures typical of music are now embroidered on music rolls in Eng land Classical figures are the favorite orna ment for banner screens in England. Polka-dotted satin of a contrasting col or is used to trim bunting suits. Mantles and wiappings to match the dress have been abandoned in ...

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. — 4 June 1879

& w**'*" The Princeton Union, B. DUNN, Publisher. Tern*91.80 per year la advance. TnE English Wesleyans are showing some hesitation about accepting the pro posal of American Methodists for an Ec umenical Methodists Confeience. They gay there are differences between the va rious branches, in doctrine and polity, but it is hoped that these differences "will not prevent the holding of the Conference. *v B. PAKTON has,recently given to the public the poem ("'Following the Drum," recited by Alexander Hamilton just be fore his duel with Aron Burr, which re calls the fact that John Randolph "of Roanoke" was moved to song on the eve of his celebrated, but fortunately less fa tal, encounter with Henry Clay, -when, it is said, he quoted from memory the lines from Milton, the first of which arei'l "How mournfully sweet are the echoes that start When memory plays an old tune on the heart" IN the Southern States it is estimated that the churches' members are divided as follows: Baptists, 1,0...

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. — 4 June 1879

HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. The Health of Farmem A correspondent of the Country Gentle man write from Monroe county, N.Y., on this subject? The "sanitary aspects of farm life" were discussed by the Western New York Farmers' Club at its meeting April 2. As was natural there was a lively' meeting, for more men and women are morbid on the question of health than on any other. The, ohi proverb says "hap py is the iuan,who does not kuow that he has a stomach,"' and from all the testi mony given by modern .farmers, those, in that happy state are few indeed. The question what we shall eat, occupied, perhaps, rather more than its due propor tion of the time, but some interesting facts were brought out. Mr. AUis ang Mr. Lawton protested decidedly against pork and lard, and the latter cited, exam ples showing that, men could do more work on vegetables and milk,, than on a diet in which pork was a, staple. Against these onslaughts Joseph Harris was called to defend the pig, but declined the pig. H...

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. — 4 June 1879

THE REBEL FLOWER. BY NOKA PKKRY. VLloss theteardcn path she led Hei Tory sjuest, with stately tread A Boston beauty in her prime, With i oarage equal to the time That tried men's souls, her loyal heait Cried out against the craven part It nih her irksome fate to plaj As i ourteoub hostess on that day. A gi .leious., gallant air he ore, A g.u JOUS, gallant rank he hore, This Toi guebt, yet well she knew Beneath the air, the rank perdue, A entity, treachevous purpose hid, As poisons lurked beneath the lid Of ieueled casket*, long ago, Wh\ e\ cry friend, mjgjit-prove a foe. Bmce tf iX The garden beds were gay with bloom Fair treasures which have given room Long at Fashion's stern decree. So bSlendors from across the sea. For dose beside the stately roe ^o tj runny can e'er depose, The sturdj camomile did lift Its mj riad blo&soms' snowy drift. "What flower is this the Tory guest Hall paused to ask in Idle quest. A moment's thought, then sweet and clear, "The Rebel flowers, wc call ...

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. — 4 June 1879

FPN IN RHYME. LOVE AKD FOLLY. Love and Folly were at play, Both to wanton to be wise -a They fell out, and in the fray Folly put out Cupid's eyes. Straight the criminal was tried, Had his punishment assigned Folly bhoufd to Love be tied, And condemned to lead the blind! Oh, the tickle, fickle weather! It scarcely holds together For a day. First it snoweth, then it bloweth, Then the angry storm-cloud goeth Right away. But there's mickle, mickle weather That would suit us all together Just the some. For take us all together, We're as fickle as the weather Who's to blame? FROM THE FRENCH. 1 dream of thee by night, love, I think of thee by day Thou art in every thought, love, My heart would wish to say. If fearful I forget thee, My ownmy Leonore! The fearing I forget thee Reminds me but the more. She saw him up into the hall. He grasped the portal handle, And on the stand she gaily set The faintly-bnrning candle, He placed his arm around her waist She smiled in condescention, And then, ...

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. — 4 June 1879

jl *r- IS. FRATERNAL LODGE NO. 92 XX A.\F.\& A:, M.\ Tiegujar Communications held on the second Wednesday, rening ia each mouth. NEWELL A. P.QSS, W. M.\ C. H. CUAI)BOUK#K,8EC.v.-- Ms'inopisT Ewscoi'Aiitr-tfreaching JCV ery alternateLiftabbath morning at o'clock, and every Sunday evening.: at 7:'Hi' o'clock. Sunday school,at 10 A. M. ev ery .Sabbath. "Prayer Thursday evening. lijfv. H. 13. HUKT,. Pastor, meeting every Beautiful weather for, th#0 farmers, vice versa for the lumbermen, .v -JLL Mr. and Mrs. Babcoek of Santiago,, were in town Thursday.- Hazen Cravens has our thank's for a bunch of ntco ratHshes. The huiii of the gay and festive umsquito is beard'tn the land. S())] Yes, Princeton is going to celcbrato the 4th, and don't you forget it, ,:r-i^ _- Gates &HaiTs drivethe first this season-was safely boomed at Anoka^ last hursdav. Visitors will please not carry off the daily papers out of this office un til we get a squint at theni. A pleasant sociable was held at the h...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
x
Loading...
x
x