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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 20 August 1879

Historical Sun-Darkenings. Not a few persons appear to have been much exercised by a prognostication of an approaching period of sun-darkening to extend over 'several days. History does record instances in which the sun has been abnormally obscured, or its light paled to such an extent that stars have come into view in the daytime, and Erman, Humbolt, and other writers have brought these occasions into prominent notice, the former in connection with the presumed passage of dense metesric streams between the earth and the sun. The earliest mention of such a phenome non appears to be in the year n. c. 44, aboux the time of the death of Julius Cresar, when we read in Plutarch and Dio Cassius that the sun was paler than usual for a whole year, and gave less heat, the air continuing cold and misty. The darkness for two hours on August 22, A. D. 358, appears to have preceded the great earthquake of Nicomecba. Two years later, in all the eastern provinces of the Horn an Empire, we are told...

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. — 20 August 1879

HOMESICK. Oh! for a day ou the old plantation, .lust as the fair south-Ian 1 home used to he! Oh for a swins on the gate of the garden, Under the boughs of the June-apple tree. Oh! for a rest in the shade of the straw stack. Hearing the hum of the threshing machine! Oh! for a drink from the meadow, Under the sweet-gum tree, fragrant and green. Oh! for a cantaloup juicy and mellow, Fresh from the melon-patch down by The spring Oh! for a night on the trundle-bed pillow, Sleeping calm sleep that each night used to bring. Oh! for a sight of the well-bclove. faces, Now widely scattered and some alas! dead, Oh! for one day in the dear old home places, Bright with tho light of the days that aio fled. RENA'S SITUATION. "Oh, I wish I were rich," said Kena Lewis, out aloud the fullness of her heart. "I wish I could be aline lady and play croquet iu soit muslm edged with lace, and French kid boets, and wear real birds of paradise in my hat like Miss Clara."' And leaning her elbows on the wide ...

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. — 20 August 1879

A CYNIC. And so your life has been a dreary story Of treachery against you, leal and true And little of our nature's tender glory Is yet revealed to you. You think that you are wise and I am dream ing The dream of youthas beautiful as vain That friendship is another name for schem ing, And line isI9VU of gain. My friend, not long ago my dull existence Passed slowly by within a city drear 1 watched the endless roofs, the smoky dis tance, The sparrows pratling near. At length a footstep mounted to my attic One entered in and reached to me his hands, And now I go with him0 jov ecstatic' Across the meadow lands. The saucy robin trills his carol near u*, The lark arises at our very feet, While speckled thrush and blackbird often cheer With mellow notes and sweet. And hemy guidelias promised me that yonder Ire built the ncstb of dove* and nightin gales. In -vre wood* where we alone shall wander, In more sequestered vale*. But ijou 011 look for doves iu city alleys. For niuhtengalcs among ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 20 August 1879

Theie are seven tlireshina machines at woik within a circuit of eigjit miles ol Pi meet on On Monclav, Mr. Thomas Hanney. of Wyunctt, banded us two as tiue apples, vhich he raised in his own orcliuri. each of them measured nine iuchts in circumference. l.i.l.W Il1l,f dP lift III I Treasurei .mcl behool superintend ent are the only officers to be elect in this county this fall. The hill below l\Ir.TaveJos',OTilhe JSpencer Brook and Baldwin road, is in an almost impassable condition. Missis/vie TTarmo vre are in debted for a beautiful sweet-smelling bouquet almost as bi? as herself. Napoleon ncd to say, "The Lord isah\avs on the side of the heaviest artilli'iy." It always seemed so to us. W ill Tounsend left for Dakota, on Monday, he expected to reain pos sesion of his claim which -was '-junlp- cd" last April. From oil we can learn they wheat crap us not "turning out" near as well us was ejected several weeks ajro. "Lots ot straw and little grain" is the CIT. The Slater Bros, are thre...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 10 September 1879

Iry MAIN STREET, IHE VOL. III. ff*'.^- O *iil_ The Grand v The Olfl Un-Reliatole Firm of H. B. COWLE S & CO As Usual are in Ihe Market With a LARGE AND CAREFULLY SELECTED STOGK OF Goods, Groceries and Provisions, Table Cutlery English and AmericanIron Stone China, Hals and Caps, Boots and, Shoes, Clothing, Con fectionaries, Tobacco and Segars, $c. ALL gr WHICH WS WILL AT RUB TO SUIT III IDOL o And we Cordially Invite Purchasers to Give us a Call Before Pm chasing Their Fall Supplies, as we Will Guarantee to Sell Gflods as Cheap for CASH as the Same Quality of Goods can be Bought for in the State. W E ME'AN BUSINESS^ o GIVE US A CALL AND YOU WILL BE CONVINCED. H- B- CCWLES &o CO-? Prescriptions Garefoity Oompoy of the Dayjr Nil. The Best Assortment of Goods in this Line Noith of St. Paul and Minneapolis, fhugs. Chemicals, Patent Medicine's, Oils, Paints, Dye?, Colors, Per fumery, Lamps, Brackets, Toilet Requisites, Combs, Musical instrument", Trusses Pocket Books, Pocket Kniv...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 10 September 1879

The Princeton Union.! B, C. DUNN, Publisher. Termstl.80 per year in advance. CURKEN TOPICb. THK UCW Charles Dickons letters which Miss Hogarth and Miss Dickens are pre paring tor the press it was first intended to publish last April or May, but delay has ensued which will not admit of pub lication until some time in Autumn, cer tainly before Christmas. GARIBALDI'S daughter, a girl of twelve years of age, was taking a sea bath the other (lay at Civita Vecchia, when a young man who could not swim got out of his depth, and at his cry for help the girl swam toward him, caught him as he was sinking, and brought him safe to land. M. GKK VY is as silent a President as General Grant. As President of the Chamber of Deputies he rarely did more than ring the bell, and as the Chief Execu tive of France he never opens his mouth. He has recently made a tour in the south, but would not consent t deliver any ad dresses. A YOUNG 8TUEKNT who was recently ar rested in Moscow alter he had fired four sh...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 10 September 1879

WHERE THE BLACKBIRD SINGS. t Down the quiet country road, before you rea)ch the lofty ridge, Where the birchw tree, first awakened to the morning's 1 breath swings I oftimea sit in silence on the small moss cov ered bridge, Hear the little shady nook where the black bird sings. Thre the spreading tries meet o'er me, and I hear no harsh voice calling, Wh 1st his sweetness to my fancy's dieam a sacred feeling brings, to it mingles with the rippling of the brook o'er pebbles falling. In the little shady uook where the black bird sings. There the ivy climbs the highest of the lofty trees beside me, And the bluebell like a carpet in the early summer springs In the thorn 1 need but clambev, and the snowy bloom would hide me In the little shady nook where the black bird Bings. Where the trout, his supper seeking, in the sunny beam is leaping, And the pool is brought to life again in many glistening rings, When the day seems growing fainter, and the shadows onward creeping, In the little sh...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 10 September 1879

THE LEFT HAND. How It Figured in* Mysterious HarderTwo Feet, Two Knees, but Only One HandAn Innocent Man Accused of the .CrimeCir cumstantial Evidence Which Brought the Guilt Home. The murder of Dr. Hunston, of Wis beach, England, in 1838, presented some very unusual points of circumstantial evidence. Dr. Hunston was a physician and a naturalist, and was wealthy. He lived alone, and was of somewhat miserly habits. He had an illegitimate son whom he had brought up with care, who was apparently a worthy youth. Dr. Hun ston's house stood in the suburbs of the rural town, with trees around it. Very near to it was the residence of a lawyer, named Terwhit. Dr. Hunston was orig inally a very successful surgeon in Lon don, but during an autopsy he cut his right hand with an operating knife, and to prevent fatal consequences, immediate ly submitted to the amputation of the arm. The dwelling occupied by the doc tor had been purchased many years be fore the date of the crime to be narrated. Fr...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 10 September 1879

THE MOWING. The clock has struck six, And the morning is fair, While the east in red Bplendor is glowing There's a dew on the grass, and a song in the air- Let's up and b*e off to the mowing. Would'st know why I wait E'rc the sunlight has crept O'er the fields where the daisies are grow ing? "Why all night I hayc kept iny own vigils, nor slept? 'Tis to-day is the day of the mow iag. This day and this hour Maud has promised to tell What the blush on her cheek was half show ing. Il sh waits in the lane I'm to know all is well, And there'll be a good time at the mowing. Maud's mother has baid, And I'll never deny, That a girl's heartthere can bo no knowing. Oh! I care not to live, and I rather would die. If Maud does not come to the mowing. What is it I see? 'Tib a sheen of brown hair In the lane where the poppies are blowing. Thank God' it is Maudshe is waitingme there, \ncl there'll be a good time at the-mowing. Si\ years have passed by, And I freely declare That 1 scarcely have noti...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 10 September 1879

A WOMAN,S-PEAR.-.r--**- BY T. FERQD80N. Oat where the rain and wind arc beating, Beyond the bar where the light-house gleams, I watch your bark o'er the waters retreating. Like the flying ship of the Bailor's dreams I watch alone by the stormy sea, For love, my love, you are gone from rac! Gone where the shadows of night are falling. Speeding along through the sullen foam, Out of sight and beyond recalling, And further than ever fiom love and home While I forlorn in the dream-light stand, And the dark creeps wearily over the land. O! long and bitter, with tears and praying Slowly my desolate days will pass. With fears forwarning md hopes betraying, And never xhe light of your smile, alas! And never the sound of your voice to cheer, Peichance forever, my dear, my dear! I try to think of a blissful morrow. Made glad and bright by a golden sun, Whose dawn shall gleam through the mists of sorrow, When all the night shall be past and done, And we stand here on the shining shore, My love,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 10 September 1879

THE LAST ROSE OP SUMMER. O the romantic bhorc of Lake Lucerne, Beneath my indent are some garden walks, Where now the autumnal frosts the foliage bum, And hardy dahha& blacken on their stalks But many-leaved and fresh and fragrant, blaws One solitaiy flowera perfect Rose. Tliis, full of Limibou life, as if it had N thought or death, I've watched, day aftei day, While deep in sno ws the Rigi-Kulm was clad, And deep the .sno ws in clefts of Pilate lay Grim mount! above the clouds whose shape drawn pcakb Have long presaged the stormand now It breaks. Like ships at sea, St. Gothard's summits strain, And toward Tell's chapel all the stoiied scene Is dashed with slanted stieaks of misty rain There's not a spot of color or of sheen In the dull landscape save that lonely Rose Leaden the sky, and gray the very snows! With all of blushes and all fragrance rife, Love's fragile banner to the gale unfurled, Bloom bravely on! Yea, live th little life, 0 Rose! I .would not pluck thee for the w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 10 September 1879

"WfflSBBffleSMSSS! vi Caiu.es icr General Tcim. ,Seplemfcer 8th 1879, anil Disposition Made of Same- O'winsj to a misapprehension on the part of the juda,e, as to the time of holding cpurt, he did not arrive until Wednesday altcmoon, and court was not-convened till Tlunsday morning. The docket was a light one and was disposed of by 7 p. M., on Thursday. with the exception of the ca-e of "Frank Adan^, whom the gvand jury indicted for permitting Canadian thMles to giowon hisiarm. The following is a complete report of the whole proceedingsincluding the names of court officers: Hon. James Y. JJcIZehy, JiuV D. A CVey, Cieil., Cu.i's kii'ii, l)opr C'oiL _\itln- ITovw SI ci'fl, :N T.jnn'"i and W li. C'-lley, Deputy Si-ciT*. A B.rke-,, Covuly A ()u the'matlerot pc'lion o" UcuW. Moore open .1 eeiton 4 of law. 1 ie by comt, fad UXr ment pea 1 id IT. Mu lay for le CUA'S KKUlt. OM). 1'. A id^, n*"\* Taylor & Stoiey fo pUi'ioncus Con tinued fiom last geiieii 1 tun). CWnvcd to nev yjnei. W.m....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 17 September 1879

DJVJ 4IX A OA ssae The Old Un-Reliable Firm of E B, COWLES & CO As Usual are in the Market "With a LARGE ANJ) CAREFULLY SELECTED STOGK OP Goods, Groceries and Provisions, Table Cutlery ^-English and Amsr iconIron Stone China, Hats arid Caps, Boots and Shoes, Clothing, Con fectionaries, Tobacco and Segars, v. ALL or TOE WI Will Sill A! m O SUIT THE TIM And we Cordially Invite Purchasers to Give vis a Call Before Purchasing Their Fall Supplies, as we Will Guarantee to Sell Goods as Cheap for CASH as the Same Quality of Goods can be Bought for in the State. W E ME'AN BUS I NESS A A o $}VE US A CALL 4NJ) JOU W}LL BE CONVINCED. h- B- CCWLEg &o MAIN STREET, PRINCETON. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded at All Hours of the Dayjr Night. The Bwt Assortment of Goods in this Line North of St. Paul and Minneapolis. Drugs. Chemical?, Patent Medicines, Oils, Paints, Dyos, Colors, Per fumery, Lamps, Brackpts, Toilet Requisites, Combs, Musical Instrument?, Trusses, Pocket Books, Pqcket Kniv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 17 September 1879

Tho Princeton Cnior* R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Termstl.60 per year in advauoe NEWS SUMMARY CRIMES AND CRIMINALS A Sioux Indian was hung at Hallets ville. September 12th, for the murder of a ne gro. At Columbus, O., Sept. 14, during an altercation, Andrew Fleming was fatally shot by Jonub Kerr. Manuse, the alleged train robber, on trial at Rawlins. Wis., for the murder of Detec tive Widow field and Vincent a year ago, has been acquitted Presscote Pittsbury, of Lawrence Mass., cashier of a bank, convicted of embezz'ing $64,000 has been scutonced to five years in the Lawienee jail. A private telegram from Buenos Ayres announces the escape from prison of the no torkuu. inssiirsjent leader Don Lopez Joidon. He has. reached Entrc-Rios and raised the standard of revolt. The value of the currency of Buenos Ayres has depreciated in conse quence of this escape, aud the political situa tion is ijravt. At a station named Shawnee, north of Fort Scott, Kansas, on the Gulf road, Septem ber Uth. Mrs. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 17 September 1879

ABUDAH. BT WILLIAM 0. RICHARDS. In (toys of old a princely merchant had His palace mid the palm-lrecs of Bagdad Whilo from th.it stately dwell tig-place afar, His costly traffic tilled a lar&u bazar, Where dainty fabr ce of Arabian looms. Of georgeoes dyes, and heavy withp.rrumes And precious gums and Migraines of gold With pearls or wondrous size and worth were sold. Bat neither palace in the palm-drove's shade, Nor all the ceaseless revenues of trade. With high renown, that grew with wealth's increase, Brought to Abudah's heart the boon of peace For every night a horrid shape pursued His sight, and his chambers solitude, Stood o'er his couch with skinny hands out spread Clutched at his draperies closebut nothing said. la vain he closed his terror-haunted eyes In vain to Allah rose his piteous cries, Thre' close-shut lids and mists of tortured prayer The ghostly grimace of the hag was there! Impalpable to touch to all but him Unseen, unreal, the phantom of a whim! With the firs...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 17 September 1879

HALBERT AND HOB. Here is a thine that happened. Like wild beasts whelped, for den, In a wild part of North England, there lived once two wild men Inhabiting one homestead, neither a hovel nor hut, Time out of mind their birthright father and son, thesebut Such a son, such a father! Most wildest by degrees Softens away yet, last of their line, the wild est and worst were these. Criminals,then?Why,no: they did not mur and rob But give them a word, they return a blow old Halbert as young Hob: Harsh andfierceof word, rough and savage of deed. Hated or feared the morewho knowsthe genuine wild-beast breed. Thus were they found by the few sparse folk of the country-side But how fared each with other? E'en beast conch, hide by hide, In growling grudged agreement: so father and son lay abed The closelier up in their den because the last of their kind in the world. Still, beast irks beast on occasion. One Christ mas night of snow, Came lather and son to wordssuch words! more cruel because the...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 17 September 1879

FOR 1880. A List of Pteaidental AspirantsForty four Citizens in Whose Bonnet the See of JBees Doth BuzzThirty lawyers Among ThemGood, Bad and Indiffer ent Men Who Have Been Hamed for the Candidaet/. [Philadelphia Times.] "Shades of Washington, how they do swarmwhy, here's another Presidental can didate is by no means an unfrequent ex clamation. By close counting, however, it will be seen that the aspirants with a ghost of a chance are not so numerous after all At this moment, jast a year before the tick ets will have been put into the field, the Times enumerates forty-four citizens whose names are seen in the newspapers in connec tion with the candidacy. This Presidental rowpleasantly suggestive of 4-11-44 to those familiar with a less nobler gamecon tains eight prominent figures. The remain ing thirty-Bix may be regarded as the herd of dark horses stirring troublesome dust in the distance. Of the forty-four, twelve are United States Senators, six members of the House of Representat...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 17 September 1879

Savor S353S SUMMER. Around this lovelyvAlley rise The purple hills of Paradise. 0 soitly on yon banks of haze Her rosy face the Summer lays Becalmed along the assure Bky The argosies of cloudland lie, Whose shores with many a shininr rift Far off their pearl-white clifts upfilt Through all the long midsummer day The meadow eiHes are sweet with hay, 1 seek the coolest sheltered seat, Just where the field aud forest meet Where grow the pine trees tall and bland, The ancient oaks, austere and grand, And fringy roots and peboles fret The ripples of the rivulet. I watch the mowers as they go Through the tall grass, a wbite-sloevecl row With even rtroko their scythes they 6wing, In tune their merry whetstones ring, Behind, the nimble youngsters run, And toss the thick swaths in the tun. The cattle graze while warm and still Slopes the broad pasture, basks the hill, And bright, when Summer breezeb break, The green wheat crinkles like a lake. The butterfly and bumble-bee Come to the pleasan...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 17 September 1879

1 Xr&S* ^HRN THE WOODS TTTRN BROWN. [ow will It be when tbe roses fade 'atof the garden and out of the ejlade? Fhen the fresh pink blooms ont of the swoet bnr wild, liat leans from the dell liko the cheek of a child, i changed for ill jr chips on a thorny bush? 'he scailet and eai mine the tjrovc will Hush. low will it be when the autumn flowers Vithered awav from their leaflets bowers Vlieu the sunflower and stHI dower and gold en rod Jlimmer no moi from the frosted sod, vnd the hill-side uooks are empty and cold? men the foiest tops are gay with gold. low will it look when the woods turn brown 'heir gold and their ciimbon all dropped down md mumbled to dust? O then as we lay Jur car to eai th's lips, we shall hear her say, In the dark I am seeking new gems for my crown:" Vc will dream of green leaves when the woods turn brown. JOHN BROWN'S RAID. Inside View of the Insurrection at Har per's Ferry. a Ks on Cooke. In the Philadelphia Weekly Times receipt of the intelligence from ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 17 September 1879

Cold jimd blustering. 'J'jje ftutunm^days liaye come. Carpenter wanted immediacy, at Caley & Neely's. HOD. John H. Allen, U. S. land of. fice receiver at Fergus Fajls, is over here visiting his many friends. A choice lot of boots and shoes of all sorts and sizes just received at H. B. COWLES & Co's. Mr. N. E. Jesmer has a large force of carpeuters a w.orfc on his mam mouth UAW store. Mr. C. H. Rines is below this week selecting )iis stock of fall and winter goods. A full line of fall and winter cloth ing jus received, good and cheap, at II. B. COWLES & Co's. There is considerable building go ing on iu Princeton at present and carpenters are scarce. Messrs. Smith & Chapman's sugar cane mill at Spencer Brook, is in full blast at present. The Mille Lacs Minstrels will give an exhibition of their skill at Caley & Neely's hall next Friday evening. The best yetMr. Jssac Youpg, of East Baldwin, had a 20-acre field of wheat which averaged 23 bushejs to the acre. Why that...

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