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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 24 September 1879

I 1 A THE MAIN STREET, Cd The Old Un-Rcllable Firm of H. B. COWLES & As Usual are in the Market With a LARGE AND CAREFULLY SELECTED STOCK OF Dry Goods, Groceries and Provisions, Table Cutlery English and American-^-Iron Stone China, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Ctothing, Con fectionmies, Tobacco and Segars, c. Hi. Of WHIGS WE WILL SELL AT KBES 10 SUIT TEE TIKES. o And 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 Ue Bought for in the State. W E M&'AN BUSINESS* A o GIVE US A CALL AND YOU WILL BE CONVINCED. H- B- CCWLES &o CO-, *^& %sy LD.A.CAJLEY. ^Z^K Prescriptions Carefully Comrotinded at Ail Hours of tii Oayj i M, The Be Assortment .f (-noi Lint inth of St eil ind Minneapolis Drugs. Chemirn I'tu \W. Cine*, f'ain Dy Cooi*, lr fumen Lamps iiu *i N, Toilet Re i sites, imi'j,, Musica. Instrument", Trusses Pocket Boot Pocket Knives Stationery, ...

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. — 24 September 1879

fk aT Tho Princeton Uiiioiv. R. C. DUNN, Publisher. TermsSi 80 per rear in advance. NEWS SUMMARY- CRIMES AND CRIMINALS Berry Russell, president of the Lafay ette bank of New Orleans, has been arrested on a charge of embezzlement At Louisville, Ky., F. H. Lenssing aged 60 years committed suicide by pouring coal oil over his clothes and setting himself ou fire. Smoke from the window attracted the attention of people, who ran up to the room in the second story, the door of which was locked. On breaking it open they found the man burned to a crisp. Lenssing was formerly a well known grocer. He has been sick the past year. 1 CASUALTIES. A hundred thousand dollar fire oc curred at Hastings, Nebraska, Sept 16. Edward Graves, of Louisville, Ky., en route to Pittsburg, Pa., in charge of cattle, fell from the train while crossing the Pan Handle bridge, over the Monongahela, and broke his neck. A great fire broke out, September 16, in East Katerinaslan, South Russia, near the Dnieper river. Th...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 24 September 1879

\,r I 100 YEARS AGO. [From Bryant's Centennial Poem at dim ming ton.1 A eoirtnry Mnee, unbroken wood O'er all t'lu"*e hilK and valleys Btood. Buve I't-ro and there sunny spot Where tin.- first cortler's hundk had made An opcnhn in the boundless shiuU-, And reuieii bin solitary cot, Soon changed the M-ene noon opened wide Green pastures on the mountain wide Where the tierce panther, \ol and bear. Through count ess years had kept their luir, 8luoK hoid of ne and flocks of sheep Cropped the fresh herbage of the steep, And tuasoled maize and^wheat and rye Grew rmik beneath the kindly sky, Where once slow creeping jjlacier'a passed R'itlee. o'er frozen waste. Dev-p-ronted in the virgin mould. The dower of tenturics untold. Broad orchards eiothed in radient bloom, Filled the wide air with rich perfume. And wlu-n the sjenial Autumn came, And maple bousjhs were red like ilauie, Aud all the giants of the wood, In jobes of princely beauty stood, EarthV plenteous fruito weie gathered in, WUh g...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 24 September 1879

"fc.^"' "mfc-^^SErg rsr z-szw&^sa&immm ON THE CHANNEL-BOAT. OW CAUUS, MAY, 1879BY G. L. 0. "What! Fred, you here? I didn't see You come aboard at Dover. I[mct the Browns list week they said That you were coming over, But didn't say how soon." "Oh yes, I came hy the Britannic And what a rush there was for berths! Twas almost like a panic. I'm mighty glad to meet you, Will "Where are you going?" "Paris." "Good! so am I. I've got to meet My cousin, Charley Harris, To-morrow. He and I have planned A little trip together Through Switzerland on foot I hope WeTl have some decent weather." Take eare there! hold your hat it blows.'i "Yes how this steamer tosses! I'm never seaBick Charley is, Though, every time he crosses. Who's with you, Will?" 'Tm traveling with My sister and my mother They're'both below. I carue on deck It's close enough to smother Down there These chaps don't care a snap Tor ventilation, hang 'em! Where did you stop in London? We Were stopping at the Langham." "Yo...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 24 September 1879

1 1 A BROKEN RHYTHM. My oars keep time to half a rhyme, That slips and slides away from me, Across my mind, like idle wind A lost thought beateth lazily. A dream afloat my little boat, And I alone, steal out to sea. One vanished year. 0, Lost and Der! You rowed the little boat for me. Ah! who can sinjr of anything. With none to listen lovingly? Or who can time the oars to rhyme, "When left to row alone to sea? THE CANYON OF NIAGARA. More Mysterious Than the Falls themselves Exciting Explorations of Government Engineers. Correspondence of the Syracuse Standard. The canyon of Niagara is far more mys terious than the falls themselves. With in the era ot civilization in N merica, no one was able to successfully pierce through the fierce and terrible under-cur rent to the bottom until recently the goverment itself thought it necessary in behalf of science to undertake the task. All the great schemes imagined to be strictly scientific were put in operation by bunglers to obtain the depth ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 24 September 1879

FULFILLMENT. Sometimrs, think, the things we sec Arc hh-.iclows ot the things to be That what we plan, we build: That evei hope that hath boen crossed, And e\ery dream we thought was lost, Iu lleaveu shall be fultllUnJ That even the children o! or.dn Have not been burn and died in vain, Though here um-lothed and dumb ihit on some brighter, better shoro 'lhey h\e, embodied evermore, And wait for us to ome. A SLIGHT JJHSTAKE. "1 declare," said Lvdia Collins, who had tftkt up the morning paper, "Sidney West has come home." She seemed to be deeply moved, and various wore- the shades that chased each other over her tac 0 ui 1 "Ami ha* Frank come with hunt ask ed Nellie, with au eager look and tone. "I dim Know anything about Frank," reuwued Lydia, with a toos of the lead that had some contempt in it. "Only the names of those who have brought home money with them are printed "You can look for yourself." Neluo twok the piper, and saw that Sidney T. West had brought home eighty thousand dol...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 24 September 1879

Men of One Idea in Amusement. O ntl man's Magazire. The autoniatis-m of reliction is had in every sense, and it is specially bad in the present day, because of the quality rf it as well as the limited quantity. There is no such diversity of action as is ant ing to keep the body in health by the ex ercise of the mind. With one man the recreatioH is taken out all in caitta, with another in chess,with another in billiards, with a fourth in debate or gossip on some nc persistent topic of conversation or ar gument and so on for what may bo call ed the indoor recreative life. Nor is it much different with outdoor recreative amusement. Some one particular amusement claims the attention of par ticular men, and to this amusement the men adhere as if they had to live by it, and as if, indeed, thero were no other recreative pursuits in the world. This specialty of recreative pleasure of labor for it soon becomes laborleads to coaaequeucoa which are often of the most enous character. The man wh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 24 September 1879

Oidinance No- 32- An Onlinnnrc Relating lo Shade and Or- luiinentHl Trees. The Village CounoU of the Village of Pi I HOCton do ordain us follows: SECTION 1. All shade and ornamental ttci* hcienftcr planted within the limits ot .visage lmll tw planted on hue wviflics m^de ot the ouiei l\ue ot side walks, ^at is to say, on a line pine feet .fiom and inside the outer line of the street A\here plaited, under a penally of hvcdol Isiis lot each tree heraillei lo be plumed on any public street of said village on any dilTeiuiit hue than above inducted: and tlie committee on public improvement* ahull hae power to cause the removal of any tree heieafter planted in violation ot Hue oidinance, in their discretipu. Pro vided, however, that such discretion shall not be exercised unless such Hee shall foim a uatuial obstruction lo the street or sidewalk, noi unless the season shall be favoiable for transplanting SKCTION 2-. Any peisou who shall hitch or f.me(i auy horse or other animal to any ties...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 1 October 1879

MAIN STREET, J. i J3T ~i*iy CO H. B. COWLES & h- B- CCWLE6 &o The Grand O. rl. VOL. III. PRINCETON, MINN The Old Un-Reliable Firm of As Usual are in the Market With a LARGE AND CAREFULLY SELECTED STOGK OF Pry Goods, Groceries and Provisions, Table Cutlery English and AmericanIron Stone China, Hats and Caps, Boots and Slwes, Clothing, Con fectionaries, Tobacco and Segars, c. i BT WHICH WE WILL SELL ATPRICES O SUIT TBS T1HES, And w Cordially Invito 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 lor in the State. W E MEA N BUS I NESS A 7JVE US A CALL AND YOU WILL Prescriptions Carefully Gompounded at All Hours of the Dayjr Night, The Bert Assortment of Goods in this Line North of ^t Paul nnd Minneapolis. Drugs. Chemicals Patent Medicines, O is, Pi N D\t\ Colors, Per fumery, Lamp, Brackets, Toilet Requisites Comoi, Musical Instrument", Tiusses Pocket BOOKS, Pocket...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 1 October 1879

The Princeton Cnioiv. R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Ternif#1-W ysar In advanoe. CURRENT TOPICS. TUM heroic savage of the novelists is anything but a myth. The cable says that when the Zulu king, Cetewayo, was captured, "he presented a dignified de meanor and asked to be shot." IK the silk factories ot ItJtly 120,438 women are employed, besides 26,976 in cotton, and 13,707 in tobacco factories. There are 9,177 manufacturing estab lishments, employing 892,048 laborers, 188,486 of whom are women. GAMBETTA does not like to be a spec tacle. The crowds that follow when he stirs abroad annoy him exceedingly. He has hit upon the expedient of first going to his little country place, near Paris, when about to start on a journey, and go ing thence under a false name. Tiih Persian Shah is said to be writing a playand nobody will dare to condemn it, for his Majesty nee painted a picture in which a camel in the background was higher than a tree in the foreground, and -in unlucky critic, who hinted that ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 1 October 1879

1 A THE WIND-SWEPT WHEAT. Faint, faint and clear Faint as the music that in dreams we hear Shaking the curtain-fold of Bleep That bhutt. aw ay The world's hoarse voicethe sights and sounds ol day, Her sorry joys, her phantoms false and fleet, So soitly, sottly stirs The wind's low murmur in the rippled wheat From West to East The warm breath blows, the slender heads drop low, As if in prayer. Again, more lightly tossed in merry play, They bend and bow and sway, With measured beat, But never rest. Through shadow andthrough sun Goes on the tender rustle of the wheat. Dreams, more than sleep. Fall on the listening heart, and lull its care. Dead years send back Some treasured, half forgotten time. Ah, long ago, When sun and sky were sweet, In happy noon, We stood, breast-high, 'mid waves of ripened grain, And heard the wind make music is the wheat! Not for to-day Not for this hour alonethe melody, So soft and ceaseless, thrills the dreamer's ear! Oi all that was and is, of all that yet ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 1 October 1879

SONG OF A KISS Wornthe HomeJournal. I sing of the trembling kies Of an enchanted miss. Oh, life, you've nothing sweeter One thrilling little taste I snatched from he** in haste. Ah, life, you've nothing fleeter. From parlor doors above The bold old god of love, Swept out by modem fashion, Still rules on kitchen stairs, And there caught unawares, Makes ladies own their passion. At night on kitchen stair I met her, then and there No memory is sweeter. She struggled first to flee, Then swiftly turned to me And kissed me, and I kissed her. The great archangel's pen Wrote no sin 'gainst her, when She kissed in her pure passion. In heaven hearts are matched, On earth our fortunes patched, In both she keeps in fashion. A, JW*V Ye artificial throng Who drive young folks along Straight-faced and fashion-fettered,' You'll raise your well-bred wail That this sweet girl should fail To stand forever tethered. Fear nothing for her sake We're too well-bred to make A match through foolish feeling. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 1 October 1879

WOULD I? "If it wore not so, would I have told you?" John 14:2.Dean Alford's version. Would I have told thee, troubled soul, With heart so full of care, That in my Father's house of light The many mansions are Would I have said, "Behold I go To make a place for thee" Unles- my words were very truth Have bid thee, "Tru&t in me?" Would I have told thee groping one, "I am the Truth, the Way," If walking, closely held by me, One ever went astray? Would I have said, "Of this dark world I am the shining light, Walk steadfast, firm, securely on, Thy path shall know no night?" Would I have told thee that I am The Shepherd of the sheep, To shelter thee from every storm, Close watch and ward to keep? I am the only door by me If any enter in, He shallfindrest unto his soul, Divinely saved from sin9 Would I have called thee by thy name, Have told thee, "Thou art mine?" Have bid thee live, abide in me, As branches in the vine O, child' I am a present help In every time of need Como find in m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 1 October 1879

DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. The Platform and State Ticket of the Min neeota Democracy. The MinnesotaDemocratie State Convention met t St. Paul on the 25th of September, and ww called to order bj P. H. Kelly, member of the State Central committee. John B. Brinbin of St. Paul waa made chairman, and Budd Reeve of Hennepin county and 0. H. Benediot of Wabanhaw aeoretariea. The following com mittee on platform waa adopted: 0. E. Flandrau, St. Paul. O. M. Hall, Goodhue county. George A. Perkins, Wabaahaw county. Judge Emmett, Bice county. Wm. Loohren, Minneapolis. Wm. Smith, Le Sueur county. L. E. Evans, St. Cloud. M. J. Severance, Blue Earth county. H. R. Wells, Fillmore county. Ed. O'Hara, Renville. A. K. Maynard. Kandiyohi county. G. W. Holland, Crow Wing county. R. A. Jonea, Olmsted county. THS DKUKUTES. The convention waa large, and the committee on credentials reported the following as en titled to seats: AnokaW O. Randolph, J. 0. Frost, Q. F. Fair tanks. BentonL. Mayo, A. J. Demeules. U...

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

1 ADELINA. BY EL3IK LEIGH WHITTLESEY. It was the clay after New Year'sa cold, clear Tuesday morningthat 1 dis consolately wended my way to school wishing that holidays came ottener and staid longer, and regretting that out of fitty-two there was only jne week of un interrupted pleasure. The old red schoolhouse stood at the junction of three roads, and, as I raised the little hill just before reaching it, I saw coming from the opposite direction, a little black-clad figure that looked like a moving blot ou the unbroken whiteness ot the snow-covered landscape. I never could tell what actuated me to linger on her movements as I did, or why she so strongly attracted mo, but from the first I think I must have loved the child, even before I was old enough to rightly understand the meaning of the word. We reached thoworn old door-stone to gether, and, being a boy not at all afraid to speak to anyone, much less a timid little girl, I very coolly asked her it this was, her first day at schoo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 1 October 1879

2fc I aru paying CASH for wheltt. C. II. RtfcES. A choice lot* of boots nnd shoes of all sorts and si7es jttet received at II. B. COWLKS & Co's.' C. IT, Riuvt is paying CASH for *-heat. ROttd oVersccr ltannon and "his crew of men area work repairing Wood wa rd Brook bridge and approaches. A full line of fall and winter cloth ing just received, good and cheap, at H. H. Coiri.cs & tVs. The UNI ON wonld like to have live correspondents in each of the follow in s towns: Milo. t&aehill, Baldwin, Bradford and Wvanett. We have just received a lot of real ly choice fall dress oods and piiuts tnitil vmi civn't restat If. COWI.FS & Co's. Vritt, Kincs & Buck dispatched a civw of men to Bogus Brook, on Mon day and Tuesday, to erect hovels in which to l, spring out" oxen. The fall term of school commenced in this village on Monday, with a good attendance of pupils Mr. S. Mor ris and Mr. C. A. Winchester are the teac*ieis. Will take wheat in exchange for goods or in payment of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 8 October 1879

71VB US A H. MAIN STREET, The Grand Fail LADIES' Tlie Old Un-Reliable Firm H. B. 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 JmericanIron Stone China, Hats and Caps, Boots and SJtoes, Clothing, Con fectionaries, Tobacco and Segars, $c. 4 tf WEI WI WILL SELL AT PS1CE5 O SUIT TBI TIKES, o And we Cordially Invite Purchasers to Give us 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. MB!AN BUSINESS* i o CALL AND YOU WILL BE CONVINCED B. CCWLES &b CO-, Prescriptions Carefully Compounded at All Hours of too Dayjr Night. Tha Best Assortment of Coocls in tins Line Noith of St. Paul and Minneapolis. Drugs. Chemical*, Vitcrt Medicine*, Oils, Faints, Dyes, Colors, Per fumeiy. Lamps Bi.icWs Toilet, "eqm&ites. Combs, Musical Instrument^, Ti iv-( Pocket. Books, Pocket Kuivt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 8 October 1879

N. i W rr /The Princeton Union. R. C. DUNN, PuUfrher. Term*91.60 per rear in advanoe. CURRENT TOPICS. MR. TALMACUE will have a new trial when he returns to New York, but we are not informed as to whether it is to be a trial of his walking or his fighting. qualities. 1 -*m+ THREE hundred Swiss lace and silk weaveis are coming to this country The women do the outdoor work, which would roughen the delicate hands of the men for weaving. MMK. OATACAznr, widow of M. Catacazy, who was seveial years ago Russian Minis ister to the United States, and whose death was announced several months ago, is not dead. She is residing in Paris, and is in good health. In the midst oi the performance of an oxtravaganza at a Boston theatre an old man in the parquet rises and says that he is displeased with his seat, as he is not able to hear well. One of the actors in vites him to sit in a chair on the stage, which he does, and finally. takes a ludi crous pait in the acting. It is not until near the close ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 8 October 1879

THE TWO BURDENS. Over the deep sea Love came flying Over the salt sea Love flew sighing Alas, O Love, foi thy journeying wings! Through tinbid light and sound of thunder, When one wine lift*. ,\nd one falls under, Love flew as a bird (lies straight for warm springs Love reached the Northland, and found his own With budding rot.es, and roses blown, And wonderful lilies, he wove their wreath His voice was sweet as a tune that wells, Qatheis and thunders, and throbs and swells, And fails and lapses in rapturous death. His hands divided the tangled boughs, They bal and loved in a moist green house, With bird-songs and sunbeams faltering Tntotih One note of wind to each light leaf, O Love, those days they weie sweet but brief Sweet as the rose is, and fleet as the dew. Over the deep sea Death came flying Over the salt sea Death came sighing. Love heard from afar the rush of his wings, Felt the blast of them over the sea, And turned his iace wl ere the shadows he, And wept for a souud of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 8 October 1879

BALLOON HORROB. AN ASCENSION. AT SAS Fit AX CISCO WIXH FATAL RESULTS. The Air Bag Torn to Pieces and the Occu-, pants Hurled to the Earth and Fatally- InjuredA Probable Case of Lynching at Nashville, TennA Milwaukee Ticket Scalper DecampsMiscellaneous Crime and Casualty Record. BALLOON FATALITY. 8AM FRANCISCO, lOot. 5.About half-past three this afternoon, Professor Oolgrove, rero naut, and G. H. Williams, manager of Wood ward's Gardens, attempted to make a balloon excursion from the garden. The wind was blowing almost a gale. The balloon seemed to! have been insufficiently inflated with gas, and rose heavily above the buildings of the garden, soon after dropped and scudded along at a low elevation, tearing away the telegraph wires in its flight. In a moment the bag was ripped and the gas escaped with a roar heard foe blocks. Both the occupants of the basket were thrown out, falling on Folsom street, between Fourteenth and Fifteenth, while the balloon came down a few rods beyond. A g...

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