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

TOILING TRAMPS: FIRST DAT OF THE WALK FOR THE O'lilSART JSEI.T. Five of the Contestants With More than a Hundred Miles Marked to their Credit Four of the Starters Distanced Already and WithdrawnBlower Brown Slek and Badly in the BearParole Backed Heavily for the CzarovltchMlntzer Wins Another Good BaceBase Ball Miscellaneous. Pedestrianiam, THE o'LEABY BELT. NEW YOBK, Oot. 6.Blower Brown went off the track at 11:25 this forenoon and did not appear again until 9:25 to-night. He looked Biok and worn oat, and after remain ing until 9:40 he went to his tent. The ap plause was very generous when the black board showed that, by 11 o'cloek, and with two hours to spare to complete the first 24 hours of the race, five men had made over 100 miles. Young Murphy continues to go splendidly, and he runs and walks as fresh as when he started. The colored man, Pierce, is developing great strength, and goes around at a gait whioh is assuring to his backers. He proposes doing 100 miles each day, and ...

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. — 8 October 1879

THE CIDER HILL. Under the blue New England skies, Flooded with sunshine, a valley lic3. The mountains clasp it, warm and sweet, Like a sunny child to their rocky feet Three pearly lakes and a hundred streams Lie on its quiet heart of dreams. Its meadows are greenest ever seen Its harvest fields have the brightest sheen Through its trees the softest sunlight shakes, And the whitest lilies em the lakes I love, oh! better than woids can tell, Its every rock and grove and dell But most I love the gorge where the rill Comes down by the old brown cider mill Above the clear springs gurgle out And the upper meadows wind about Then join, and under willows flow Round knolls where blue-beach whip stocks grow, To rest in a shaded pool that keeps The oak trees clasped in its crystal deeps. Sheer twenty feet the water falls Down from the old dam's broken walls Spatters the knobby bowlders gray, And, laughing, dies in the shade away. Under great rocks, through trout pools still, With many a tumble...

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. — 8 October 1879

kv 1 iXZJiL, im 7 AN OLD MAX'S COMPLAINT. I sigh and weep to-night, dear wife, -1 For old and happy days when we were.young When this great world was fair and blight. Our Avork of life tber only just begun. T'will bring the toais to my dim eyes To see the woeful ehangesSTime has wrought They say the new ways are the best, But 1 am suio thai some were dearly bought! How strong we were! How glad we felt To drink new life fioni morning's eaily biee^e! How like the presence of a friend, Were the protecting arms of those old trees! And ho wo loved the ftie's bright blaze Its cheerful sparkle was our only light But now we sit by stoves quite dumb, And black aud dreaiy as a strmy night! We labored with a heaity will, I plowed from early morn till dewy night And you would spin and weave our clothes, Because to woik with me you thought it light. Then with a sack upon my arm I'd toss the wheat upon the fallow lieli And ripe, while cutting with the hook, Thauk God. nnd not machines, for bounte...

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. — 8 October 1879

I am paying CASH for wheat. Albert Jones' open to the public tasty appearance. C. H. Rines wheat. W ,t*t -v fC. H. RINES. Mr. F. Woodbury is in town for a few days on a visit from Benson. Drug Store is now and presents a A choice lot of boots and shoes of all sorts and sizes just received at E. B. CovrLES& Co's. Vhe" first of this week. Mr. Wm. Cravens raised 22 bush els of wheat to the acre on his river bottom land. is paying CASH for Messrs, L. Pi att and L. M, Stead man went to Minneapolis on Wednes day. A full line of fall and winter cloth ing just received, good and cheap, at H. B. Cowuss & Co's. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Van Alsteiu are ^A A A quaintanccs in St. Paul and Minneapo lis this week, i? The V^io^ would like to have live correspondents in each of the follow ing towns: Milo, Eluehill, Baldwin, Bradford and Wyanett. Will take wheat in exchange for goods or in payment of accounts now due. Now gentlemen bring in your wheat and settle your bills and oblige D. A. CALEY. P...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 22 October 1879

'*tf MAIN STREET, rf* The Grand C. H. Fail L.ADIES' The Old Un-Reliable Firm of H. COWLE S CO As Usual aiein the Matket With a LARGE AND CAREFULLY SELECTED STOUK OF jyrij Goods, Groceries and Provisions, Table Cutlery English and Americans Iron Stone China, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Clothing, Con fectionmies, Tobacco and Segars, c. A ll Iff WHICH WE WILL 38A AT PRICES TO SUIT TEE TIKES. o And 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 ca be Bought foi in tlte State. W E ME?A1\I BUSINESS! i i o JIVE US A CALL AM) YOU WILL BE CONVINCED. H- B. CCWLES &o CO-? Prescriptions Carefully Compounded at All Hours of the Dayjr Night The Best Assortment of Goods in this Line North of St. Paul and Minneapolis. Drugs. Chemical*, Patent Medicines, Oils, Paints, Dyes, Colors, Per fumery, Lamps, Buickets, Toilet Requisites, Combs, Musical Instrument0, Trusses Pocket Bo...

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. — 22 October 1879

The Princeton Uaiott* R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Termstl.80 per year In advanoe. CURRENT TOPICS. HE Japanese Government lias in its service eighty Englishmen, thirty-one Americans, thirty Frenchmen, eighteen Germans, seven Dutchmen, four Italians, three Swiss, three Chinese, two Austri an, tw Portuguese and one Russian, making 181 foreigners. THE bonds ($300,000) authorized to be fold /or the relief of the Southern Metho dist Publishing House have all been dis posed ot, and the subscribers are now be ing called upon to pay their money and take their bonds. The prospects of the Publishing House are bright and promis ing once more. FIFTY thousand pilgrams from all parts of Poland assembled at Gietrzwald on September 8, and the Virgin appeared, as in tornier years, at the 8 A. M. service, but instead of four seeing her, as last year, there were only two, a widow and and a girl. The details they separately gave perfectly agreed. I JOHN STUART MILL, standing at his desk in the India House in...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 22 October 1879

YOU'LL NEVER GUESS. I know two eye*, two soft brown eyes, Two eyes as sweet and dear As ever clauced with say surprise, Or melted with a tear In whose fair i ays a heart may bask Their shadowed ra serene But, little maid, you must not ask Who6e gentle eyes I mean 1 know a voice of fairy tone, Like brooklet in the June, That sings to please itself alone, A little old-world tune Whose music haunts the listener's ear. And will not leave it free But I shall never tell you, dear, Whose accents they may be. I know a golden-hearted maid For whom I built a shrine, A leafy nook of murmurous shade, Deep in this heart of mine And in that calm and cool recess To make her home she came But. oh' you'll never, never guess That little maiden's name. Good Words. BLACKING THE RANGE. "Which of as is going to do it, I'm sure I don't know," Mrs. Cartwright exclaim ed with a shudder, holding her dainty skirts still closer around her, as if antici pating contamination from the very at mosphere of so plebi...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 22 October 1879

CABLE CHKONICLES GENERAL AND POLITICAL OLD WORLD KEIFS. THE JEWISH BTTUAIi. LONDON, Oot. 19.All Jewish synagogue in England, France, Germany, Bavaria, and generally throughout Europe, except the Hamburg synagogue, will send delegates to the approaching London conference. It is the object of the gathering to, revise the Jewish ritual in regard to several of its pro visions whioh are now felt to be unnecessary, burdensome and out of spirit with the cus toms of the age. The question of the abo lition of Saturday, now kept as the Jewish Sabbath, will probably come np for discus sion. Jewish business men affirm that their church customs now place them at a disad vantage in competing with members of other secta, making it impossible for them to do business more than five days in the week. They favor either the entire abo lition of Saturday as a holiday or unity of the Jewish sabbath with the Christian Sun day. The Hamburg synagogue, whioh re fuses to take any part in the movement, is comp...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 22 October 1879

rrrx,jB UNPLEASANTNESS" IN nioii PLACES, The Ute War and Gen. Sheridan's Prb- testLabored Effort of Secretary Schwa to Show That no Reflection on His Man agement was IntendedPeaee Negotia tions Inaugurated at White River AgencySurrender of tb murderers PromisedThe Southern Utes Reported Peaceably InclinedTerrible Barbarities of the Apaches. Secretary Sehurz Explains. WASHINGTON, Oct. 20.Secretary 8chura has to-day been aBked by many persona whether he thought the dispatch of Qen. Sheridan to Gen. Sherman, in which the former speaks of Gen. Merritt's command as being "tied up" and "sold out," was intended to reflect on the in terior department. In response to this ques tion and a number of cognate inquiries ad dressed to him bv representatives of the asso ciated press in an extended interview, Sohurz made the following interesting statements, with which are given the letters therein re ferred to: I don't see how Gen. Sheridan's telegram can reflect upon this department, nor do I thin...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 22 October 1879

A POOR MOTHER. 'I wish you joy." Her lips put ou a smile To mock the woful shadow in her eyes. "Nay I've no mind to blame youtears and sighs Wc't make or mend, but only the surprise So sudden! Let me breathe a little while. "See, dear'twas only yesterday I thought, Looking abroad, the world seemed green and glad: I thought God's given me thisthe kindest lad. The dearest child that ever woman had And health and hands. I envied no one augbt. "My life was fullmy heart went beating fast With pride, with hope, with a mother's happi ness. I held both hands above it, to repress Great thrills ofjoy. O God! I could not guess How brief a time my counted wealth would last '1 knew you loved her? Child, I never know! I saw you walk and talk, ana dance and jest It seemed but foolish pastime at the bust And you were both so young. I made no test Hor question of the future for you two. "But 'marriage is not death you'll love me still? A littleyeswith such love as may spread In overflow beyoud your ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 22 October 1879

HOUSE AND FARM. Horticultural Notes. Coleus seed sown early in March in a hot-bed will make fine "plan's for bed ding out in June, if potted and kept con stantly growing. Thick lime whitewash thinned with a strong decoction of tobacco stems, ap plied to fruit trees just as winter sets" in, is commended a* a preventive against rabbits and other animals gnawing the bark during the winter season. As an instance of misnomer: The Canada thistle is not a native of Canada, but introduced there by the Hessians during the revolutionary war of the United States. So the Jerusalem arti choke is not a native of Palestine but ot Brazil, and it is said has never been uo ticed in Palestine. In relation to species cl pyrethrum from which powder is made for destroy ing insects, it is related that in 1876 Jossuet De Bellesme extracted an alka loid f:om Pitrethrum carneum. In 1S79 i Rother discovered an acid, or rather a glucoside, in the powder, and that it pos l^*essed insecticide properties. Dal Sic...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 22 October 1879

Iff A choice lot of boots and shoes of all soits ajid siycs just received At H. B. COWI.ES & Cos, At their mooting bn Frtflfty, the beard of supervisors ftsyeed to rant \ho road petitioned for by Samuel Vinson and others, ^so the c.irtwuv petitioned Ibr by R. M. Neely and other*. A poVtal caul ieceivcd.it this of lkt ltom Dr. Caldwell, dated Solan Johnson, Iowa. Oct. 13th. leads us to Relieve that the doctor will notif i time. return to Princeton for sonic \Velu\e just received a lot of real choice fall diess goods and prints until von can't restat 11. B. Co\ms&Co*s. Mr. Lewis Lalbntise's house, in ttluchill, Shciburne county, caught lire on Sunday morning owing to a de lective stove pipe, and had it not been for the timely aid rendeied by the Trickey boys "and Mr. A. D. Jesmer the building would have been con sumed by the Haines in a short space ot time, as it was, only a small portion ol the roof was injuied. The advertisement of Messrs. Fair l.nnks & Co., of Anoka, ap...

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. — 29 October 1879

VOL. III. la MAIN STREET, C/D x^u ri. Fail The Old Uli-Reliable Firm of H. COWLE S & COR As Usual me in the Maiket With a LARGE AND CAREFULLY SELECTED STOGK Qf &ry (foods, Groceries and Provisions, Table Cutlery JBtoglish and AmericanIron Stone China, Hats and Caps, Boots and, Shoes. Clothing. Con fectionaries, Tobacco and Segars, #c. ill Df WHICH WILL SELL AT FHICES O SUIT TH E TIKES, And we Cordially Invite PUT chasers to Give us a Call Before Pujjchnsing Their Fall (Supplies, as -we Will Guaiantee to Sell Goods as Cheap foi CASH as the Same Quality of Goods can be Bought for in the State. W E MEAN BUSINESSi A A GIVE US A CALL AND YOU WILL BE CONVINCED H- B. OCWL-ES &b co- Prescriptions Carefully Compounded at AH Hours of the Day Or Night The Best Assortment of Goods in this Line North of St Paul and Minneapolis Drugs. Chemical", Patent Medicines Oils, Paints, Dyes, Oolois, Per fumery. Lamps Biackets, Toilet Requisites, Combs, Musical Instruments Trusses, Pocket Books,...

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. — 29 October 1879

The Princeton Unioft. R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Termsit 60 per rear ID advauee. Cl-KRKNl TOPICS. Ma A. H. STEPHKKB, as he waited for his train in the railway station at Louis villo the other day, became the object of an agreable happening. An old friend a jeweler, walked up to him, and placidly presented him with a handsome watch and chain as a testimony of his esteem and friendship. Mr. Stephens was natur ally extremely pleased. HE late Mrs. Peters, of Philadelphia, has bequeathed to her nephew, Richard Peters, uthe box of the frigate Constitu- tion and the Peon's Treaty Tree, and tho one from Penn's houso en Letitia street also the locket with Chief-Justice Mnr shall's hair, given to his grandfather, when reporter of the Supreme Court ot the United States, by the sons of the Chief Justice also tho locket with hair of General Washington and fac-simile of Marshall, given by the Chief-Justice to his father, R. Peters." MR. GEORGE H. PENDLETON"s entrance into public life was, he declares...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 29 October 1879

AUTUMN HAYS. 5J"r4 U1*fl To-day, across her pensive face SmA nature draw* a veil of mlttJ Aa if to hide the palid cheeks And whiten'd lips that Death haa Mss'd And Summer Ilea with folded hands Her happy, sunnjj tasks are done The paths e.he trod are sere and brown The leaves are dead her fair hands hung. The aun looks like a golden moon His strength wanes with the waning year, A mournful whisper in the air Doth tell us of the dark days near. O saddest days of all the days, You do beget a thoughtful mood The leatless trees, the barren fields. Teach lessons eas'ly understood. But, as I gaze upon the scene, Bjhold! the golden butterflies Risa from the stubble, bare and brown, And seem to pierce the misty skies. And so I hope, when comes to us The dreary Autumn-time of life, When from our souls the chains are loos'd, So may we soar from toll and strife. When death doth kiss our palid lips, May we e'en like the butterflies, Find wings on which to soar from Earth, Until, like them we rea...

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. — 29 October 1879

4 H^^oMn^M^aMMwrimmiaMm^mmtimmm)^ -nft|lm^irf"" CABLE CHRONICLES FEARFUL MORTALITY FROM CHOL ERA IN JAPAN. Seventy-Five Thousand Deaths Reported iFiveof the C.bnl Mutineers Shot by the BritishRosenburg, the Defiuner of Mrs, Iiiingtry, Sentenced to Eighteen Months General and PoUtloal Old World News. ABSCONDED. LIVERPOOL, Oot. 27.The Qourier says Charles Tomlinson, of the firm of W. D. Tom linaon Co., suspended ootton brokers, has ah soonded. leaving behind a wife and eight chil dren. His frauds are said to amonnt to thirty thousand pounds against Liverpool banks and ten thousand pounds against London banks, bnt these figures must be accepted with cau tion. LaterTomlinson waB arrested at his home on the charge of obtaining 10,000 with intent to defraud. ELOPED. It is stated the daughter of the French gen' eral of division, De Gal.iffet, the commandant at Tours, has eloped from Paris to London for the purpose of marrying a son of MuBurces Pasha, the Turkish embassador here. HUSH NATIO...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 29 October 1879

'Wfafwarom^ THE ST. PAUL & 8IOUX CITY,t Cengi-atutatfon* on Jta .Recent Purchase of a UTeorvulea reedcr-Speculation* as to the Future Policy of the Company. [Sioux City Journal.] The Journal is heartily glad that the Co vington, Columbus & Black Hills railroad, on the Nebraska side of the Missouri river from Sioux City, has become the property of the S Paul & Sioux City company. The Covington road is a Sioux City enterprise. The name represents the scope of the work its projectors had in view. They proposed to build to Columbus, to a connection with the Union Pacifio road, while another line was intended for the Black Hills via Niobra ra. Misfortune soon overtook the company, and bankruptcy followed, with the line in operation only as far as Ponca in Dixon county. The plans of the founders of the road will in no essential particular be fol-' lowed by the St. Paul company. The rail road situation in northern Nebraska has been materially changed since the Covington road wa...

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. — 29 October 1879

HOUSE AND FARM. Htnta to Poultry Breeders. A correspondent of the Massachusetts Ploughman, wr with some good hints about the management of poultry in ans wer to an article on that subiect: "First, you say, if eggs in winter are wanted, the light Brahma or white Co chin is best for that purpose. An experi ence of ten years with fowls of diffeient breeds has not biought about such a con clusion with me. I keep fowls for the eggsblack Spanish, white and brown Leghorns and hare no trouble bbont their laying in winter. I find as much trouble in keeping fowls cold in summer a* I do in keeping them warm in winter. I keep Brahnias for hatching. They dis count all otner breeds in that line of bus iness, and their motherly qualities are without a rival. I find the expense of food for twentj-five black Spauish, white and blown Leghorns to be the same as that for fourteen Brahmas. There is no question in my mind but what the Ply mouth Kock excels all others when brought upon the taole as an art...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 29 October 1879

A Father's Sacrifice. Not a great while sinco a prominent )hysician in Denver, Col., was called t ittend a patient in the last stages of what ippeared to be consumption, but which, tpon examination, proved to be simply he wearing away of lifea decay of th 'nergics of mind and body. A'lthougl -veil'supplied with*money, the strange) vas seemingly without triends or relatives Be wrote no letters and received none in alien to the tenderness and charities which sanctify the aflections, he seemeo be drifting out of the world, in which or him, all the flowers of tho heart hatl perished-a bleak and desolate old man fastening out of the sunshinj into tin winter of tho grave. Alter making thorough examination of cases, the doc tor told him that although ho could find ao organized disease, yet he was dying "I know it,'' replied the patient. "But have you no idoaof what brought pou to this plight?" inquired the interest )d man of science. "It is a curious phenomena. You have iard a great deal a...

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. — 29 October 1879

1 'imtrnmrnun' MwwNrtnw QRSKNBUSH ITEMS- GitEKXBi-sii, Oct. 29th, 187$. Editor Union: A celebrated Freucli w^t once said "Write without knowing what you are going to "'^\y ftu-.l finish without knowing hoy-you have stud it, if you wish to bocomo perfect iu the art of letter writing,'' or something to that ,eiVoct. Taking advantage of these hints we are goitig to'.write but, alas, for a.subject! What shall it be? Re treating echoes faintly*-query-what? The weather? Ah, no! for it has been to tickle for description. Th case lure is exactly parallel with that in the other part of G. 15. as described by H. The trees have assumed their pill stylos and the earth is thickly covered with what remains .of sum mer's giandeur. Th three sewing machines lately purchased by Messrs' Deshaw, J. llobideau and J. Jesmer, may be regarded as a lavorable sign of the times. Mr. Allick Blair, who has been in the southern part of the state for soma time, has returned, very sick. Politics have not yet reach...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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