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

If MAIN STREET, ^'mry fc VOL. III. PRINCETON, mflV-* The Old Ills-Reliable Firm of H. B. COWLES & CO As Usual are the Market With a LABGE AND CAREFULLY SELECTED STOOK OF Dry Goods, Groceries and Provisions, Table Cattery English and AmericanIron Stone China, Hats and Caps, Boote and Slioes, Clothing, Con fectioneries, Tobacco and Segars, $-c. HI i 1 SEL A! BUC I SU IB TDOE And we Cordhrily Invite Purchasers to Give us a Call Before Purchasing Their Fall tlvppjies, we Will Guarantee to Sell Goods as Cheap for CASH aa the Same Quality of Goods can be Bought for in the State. We MEAN BUSlNESSi 4 0 JIVE US A CALL AND YOU WILL BE CONVINCED. H. B. CCWLES &o CO-, Prescriptions Carefully Compunded at All Hours jot the Dayjr Night. Tile iEtat Assortment ot Goods in this Line North of St. Paul and Minneapolis. D/ugs. Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Oils, Paints, Dyes, Color*, Per furaery. Lamps Brackets, Toilet Requisites, Combs, Musical Instrument*, Trusses, Pocket Books, Pocket Knives,...

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. — 5 November 1879

ITEMS OP INTEREST. IT tnui not until 1580 that wheat found its way into Mexico, and then only by chance. A slave ol Coriez found a few grains of wheat in a parcel of rice and showed them to his master, who ordered them to be planted. The result showed that wheat would thrive well on Mexican soil and to-day one of the finest wheat valleys in the world is near the Mexioan capital. THE tallest men of whom record is made were a German named Hans Bar and a Hungarian soldier, name not given, who lived several centuries ago, each of them being eleven feet high their weight is not known. The heaviest man of whom record is made was Miles Darden, the Tennessee giant, who was seven and one-half feet high and weighed over 1,000 pounds he died in 1857. Daniel Lambert, the English mass of flesh," was five feet and eleven inches in 'height, and weighed 739 pounds. SOME one truthfully says that the science of mechanics draws its vitality from coal and iron. Coal emancipates iron from its crudeness ...

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. — 5 November 1879

PITH AND POINT. A viRAKOUti crash oannoi be worked up into towels. IT'S a game of bluff when you try to scale a precipice. JONAH is reported to have been the man who struck oil. A PAIR of ears that go on ahead of civilizationPioneers and frontiers. IF a policeman's club were red, what city would it represent? Baton Rouge. A MAN who declared himself to be in* tozicated with music was considered air-tight HE latest figurative expression upon seeing a man bored is, Throw him a rope.7 ,ft AttWaaaMWU.l*lUlUii|J'"V' In other words, Hang the fel- low." No HATTER how handsome a family monument a man may have in the cem etery, he never wants to lie on his back and look up at it. A FAITHFUL brother in a Fairfield (Ot.) church recently prayed for the ab sent members who were prostrate on beds of sickness and chairs of wellness." HE bell-punch is generally supposed to be a modern invention, but it was evidently in use in Macbeth's time, from the fact that he says, "Go bid thy mistress, when my ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 5 November 1879

NATIONAL NOTES ANSJTAZ REPORT OJF THR GEXKRAL OFTJZR ARMY/ Detailed Showing of the Strength of the Army-And Recommendation for an In crease of Its Fighting StrengthHistory of the Ute Outbreak, and Explanation of the Policy PursuedRecommendations as to New Frontier Posts and the Care of In dians West of the Missouri RiverSu preme Court DecisionsMiscellaneous. Gen. Sherman's Report. WASHINGTON, NOV. 8.Gen. Sherman's an nual report to the secretary of war was com pleted to day. It is prefaced with the usua tabular statements and returns compiled by adjutant generals commanding, on which Gen. Sherman says: The 11 generals, 1,559 officers, 20,566 men and 233 Indian scouts, together with Buoh officers of the staff as are assigned by the war department to duty with troops, con stitute the army proper, or the combative force. All other parts of the military estab lishment ore provided by law for special service which ia more or less con nected with the army or militia, but are net available...

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

W^&zm&m&$*-"^sassRsset THE POET SCOUT, Capt. Jaefc, the Soldier and India* Fighter. BY T. M. NEW80N. After my return from the.Black Hills, in the autumn of 1877,1 delivered a lecture in the Opera House, Saint Paul, wherein I alluded to Capt. Jack in the following manner: "We had just now come through a scene of great danger. All along the route were new made graves of emigrants who had been billed by the savage foe, while every hour brought news of additional victims. We were in the first Concord stage coach which had dared to enter the Hills, and durins our ride through the Bed Canyon, were momentarily in fear of one of those fierce Indian attacks, whioh, at this par ticular time was famous. Every eye in the coach was on the strain, every heart was nerved, every rifle ready. Just at this junc ture, as wo emerged from the cauyon into Pleasant Valley, a horseman was seen in the distance galloping towards us, and, from his dress, it'was conjectured he was an Indian, who, a...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 5 November 1879

The Princeton Unioft. R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Termstl.BO per rear in advance. NEWb SUMMARY CRIMES AND CRIMINALS Charles L. Peterson of San Francisco, was shot dead by Garrotcrs early on the rooming of Oct. 29 near the Uuited States mint. The murdeiers escaped. The grand jury of San Francisco ha*o found a true bill of assault to minder against 'Cnaues De Youns of the Chronicle, based on his shooting of Rev. 1. S. Kallock. A Constantinople dispatch announces that a band of Greek brigands, who have been robbing and murdering in all villages sur rounding Trecale, have been completely an nihilated by a company of soldiers. Twenty five brigands were killed and several wounded. A dispatch from Belgrade says within a tinde horn's drive of Belgrade a band of firty hiehwayracn hold the country. They muider travelers, extoi money from the peas, antry, defy the govmniment and prevent the tax gatherers fioin performing their functions In thaticgion. On the morning of Oct., 80, at Sioux City, Iowa...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 5 November 1879

f* 4 r' i r. 1" SBfe&igSUiM' M^kv!imm!ssiumvii!ii!Lu- QgyMam OTTPB TVOBXD, It tnch thins could to that tho sad wind* low mouotone I am bearing for the last time as Tm sitting ben aloue If thla ifreal world ataoald suddenly stand still sod cold as stone. What an awe-struck mnltitade would stand con fronting the Unknown I IB the passion of the insulin of the moment drear aud lone. Should I Hud the ley barrier that pride baa raised dowu-thrownJ Would the deep, despairing bitterness that tinged the dark years flown fade away when we were standing on the brink of time alone? Obi I journey me through darksome swamps where cypress leaves lie strown I could cress black gulfs, though jutting rocks left feet all bleeding, torn Though tailing timbers blocked my wsy, o'er mounds of crumbling stone I OOUld journey through the darkness, *neath the solemn sUe*. alone. For the sake of the dear dream I dreamed, ere wisdoms (jlass had shown All vanity and weakness, and the heart bad bitter grown,...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 5 November 1879

ftffe^tft: Jones', the new drug sjtore man, ad* F.iv.e dollars' wo/th of Jtfc^ets wn yer.ti9ev.tcnt will ajjpcaj Jin jtbje pek allAhayt was printecd fesue af jthia paper. flee. Cambridgte ^lie^e jre/e 8,500 Qttite^delegation of SpenceJ Brook punters went np to Bogus B.fcooJc. oh fiyjjp&y. Ho the deec ^ill sufhf!. TJEAE..* Aftcp nil the cheap Jtajk made on yuesd^y, the UNION'S candidate for school superintendent was elected. Mr, John Rollins and wile and son .were at {lie American. I louse, Wednes day, on their way up to the lumber* iug camp. XI: F. Barker, Isanti's county attorn ey, paid Princeton a visit on Saturday, and returned to Cambridge Monday. Hnn. di.t not seem to be in as good hunjor as usual. We are glad to learn that Mr. John Gfoss and family intend to take up their abode in Princeton shortly, in the house formerly occupied by Mr. T. if. Caley. W. D. Washburn & Co., have sent an agent to Chicago to purchase a ear load of horses for work in their logging camps nex...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 12 November 1879

Jry MAIN STREET, S O V_4 H. B. COWLE S & As Usual are in the Market With a LARGE AND CAREFULLY SELECTED STOCK OF Goods, Groceries and Provisions, Table Cutlery English and AmericanIron Stone China, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Clothing, Con fecbionaries, Tobacco and Segars, fyc. ill or WBIC SEL A mm O SUIT W not And we Cordially Invite Purchasers to Give us a Call Before Purchasing Their Fall Supplies, as we Will Guarantee to^Sell Goods a9 Cheap for CASH as the Same Quality of Goqds can be Bought for in the State. W E MEAN BUSINESS! i 0 GIVE US A CALL AND YOU WILL BE CONVINCED. H- B. CCWLES &b CO-., Prescriptions Garefiy Gempounaea at AEI Hours of tiie DayJOr Night. -Jhe Best Assortment of Goods in this Line North of St. Paul and Minneapolis. -Drugs. Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Oils, Paints, Dyes, Colors, Per fumery, Lamps, Brackets, Toilet Requisites, Combs, Musical Instruments, Trusses, Pocket Books, Pocket Knives, Stationery, Candies Cigars, Tobacco, &c. &c. l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 12 November 1879

*& The Princeton Unioa* R. C. DUNN, Publisher. TermsSl.SO per year in advance. i,,, mssasasssr CURRENT TOPICS. HE cotton receipts of Atlanta, Ga., fell off in 1878 about 12,000 Dales from those of 1877, and this year there will be a further decline of some 2,000 bales. But what Georgia is losing in cotton would seem to be made up to her ia rich minerals. A single blast recently in the old Strickland mine in Forsyth coun ty exposed a vein three feet in width with the gold so thick that it could be seen at a distance of 10 paces. As a proof of the economy practised by the new Government of Egypt, the Austrian journal Bonbd. gives the follow ing lllustiation: Criminals of certain grade are entitled to one hundred lashes with the bamboo cane but a superior court has reduced the number to fifty, on the ground that the Government is obliged to spend too much tor bamboo canes, when the lashes are too lavishly administered. NEAR SIGHTEDNESS IS hereditary, and Dr. D. P. Lincoln of Boston...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 12 November 1879

|yiH ,'rt 9 & The last leaves are falling. Falling and flying. Alone the dark air The tempest is crying, The trees are all bare, With its voice of despair Winter is calling The leaves to their falling How fair was their budding Their golden unfolding Their verdurous gloom, And delicate splendor. More lovely than bloom With tracery tender And emerald plume The wild forest studding How bright was their dying What rashness of glory, The rainbow defying, On mountain sides 1) ing, In valleys reposing. Yet, once despairing, A low voice is singing "They have their repairing Far down in the earth Is springtime preparing Her wonderful birth Her ever upspringing Reiterant mirth. But for thee, but for thee, Sole leaf on the tree, All gone before thee. What springtime shall be' There remaineth for all That thou fall!" MADDY. "At it again!" muttered Farmer Grant under his breath. "I declare, it does beat all! It's a regular hornet's nest! Oatcb me going in there now!" At that instant the noi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 12 November 1879

r^ ips-7-^ CAgLE CHBONICIES XOJBB Jf-trG-TO FBOCMB8ION AND BANQUET. Hopeful View of the Business i Situation -Expressed by BeaoonslleldBritish Prep arations for Maintaining Their Position in Afghanistan Progressing Favorably Additional Proof of the Ameer's Disloy alty Coming to LightThreatened Famine in IrelandMiscellaneous Old World News. _________ THE LORD MAYOR'S PROCESSION. LONDON, NOV. 10.The Lord Mayor's proces sion to-day starts from Guild hall at noon, and after passing through various streets will go to Westminister. The American Exchange will unfurl the American flag to-day for per manency. The Amerioan residents will assem ble and in chorus sing "God Save the Queen," and listen to soloists giving the "Star Spangled Banner," "My Country, etc" and {'Yankee Doodle.' The procession turned out to be of no usual character in composition and in incidents. The exception was the crowd along tbe entire route vigorously hissed the ex-mayor. The lord mayor's banquet took plaoe at Gui...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 12 November 1879

ummu,7**rr'w"i"~'*JCi"^"*""a*' PERILS OTUTBE DEEP. DISASTROUS CASUALTIES AT SEA RECENTLY. Collision at Sea. LEWIS, Del., Nov. 8.The ship Lady Oo tavia from the Breakwater for New York, came into collision with the steamer Champion from New York for Charleston, striking the steamer amidships and sinking her in five minutes. Thirty-five persons are reported saved and thirty-two lost. The oollisaion occurred 25 miles off the Gape at 4 o'cloak yesterday morn ing. The ship is badly damaged and is being towed to Philadelphia. PHILADELPHIA, NOV. 8.The ship Lady Oota via, in collision with the steamship Champion, has arrived here. The captain reports be left Delaware breakwater at 0:30 A. M., Thursday. At 4 A. H. Friday, forty miles north half north from Cape May, ho was ran into by the steam er Champion, from New York. The Champion struck us just aft the stem. The steamer was badly damaged. She sunk in four minutes. Thirty persons of her crew and passengers were lost, and twenty-four saved...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 12 November 1879

WINNIE'S WELCOME. Well, Shanras, whit brought ye It's dead, sure, I tbaught ye What's kept ye this fortnight from call ing on me? Stop there' Don't he lyln' It's no use denyln' I know you're been waiting on Kitty Ma gee. She's old and see's homely Theie's girls young and comely Who've loved, and much longer and bet ter than she. Bat deed I'm not carta' I'm glad I've no share In The lore of a hoy who'd lovo Kitty Magee. Away! I'm not crylu', You'r charge I'm denyln' You're wrong to attribute such weakness tome. If tears I am showin', I'd have ye be knowin' Vkey're shed out of pltrv for Kitty Magee. Whats that? Am Idhramin'* You've only been shammln' Just trying to test the affection In me? But you're the sly divil' There, now! Plaxe be civil Don't hug me to deathI'm not Kitty Magee. Your kisses confuse me Well, I'll not refuse ye I ksow you'll be tmdher and lovin' wid me, To show my contrition For doubts and suspicion I'll ask for first bridesmaid Miss Kitty Magee. THEPANIC IN THEDES...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 12 November 1879

MgM&mBaatmmm^^ J i XOOK UP, NOT DOWN. frm*! life, to some, ia full of sorrow, Half is real, half they borrow SA'S Full of rocks and full of ledges, Corners sharp and cutting edges. Though the joy bolls may be ringing Not a song you'll hear them singing Seeing never makes tnem wise, Lookiug out from downcast eyes. All in yain the sun is shining. Waters sparkling, blossoms twining. They but see, through these same sorrows, Sad to-days, and worse to-morrows, See the clouds that must pass over See the weeds among the clover Everything and anything, But the gold and sunbeams bring. Drinking from the bitter fountain, Lo! your mole-hill seems a mountain, Drops of dew and drops of rain Swell into the mighty main. All in vain the blessings shower, And the mercies fall with power. Gathering chatf ye tread the wheat, Rich and royal 'neath yotir feet Let it not be so, my neighbor, Look up. as you love and labor, Not for oue alone woe's vials Every man has cares and trials, Joy and pain are ...

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. — 12 November 1879

"1 iff fc'. -KJ|, 1 am paring CASH for wheat. build Anoka i i i i C. II RINES. Marshall Hall, commissioner-elect from the 2nd Isanti district says, Au- ditor Eiiberg and Mr. G. W. Nesbitt were the only men in Cambridge who expressed themselves as being pleased at his election. Col. Kerr and Mr. Kennedy, of St. Paul, departed for home Saturday, and did not use the car they had chartered at Elk River. Come again, Colonel, for there are plenty of deer and dears up this way. Mrs. James Walsh, sister to Mrs. D. A. Caley, died at her home in Green bush, on Thursday morning. Her death was caused by consumption. The funeral takes place this, Friday, afternoon from the church. Congregational Startling news from Herman! Mille Lacs county's ex-sheriff shot an 'individual who was foolish enough to cross his path, in the cheek. Who said Dickson would not shoot? W always knew he would since the mem- orable evening when he arrested the basket peddler in this village. W tremble to think what a clos...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 19 November 1879

f&l$. 1 MAIN STREET, The Old Vn-Rcllablc Firm of H. B. COWLES & CO As Usual arc in the Mmkct With a LARGE AND CAREFULLY SELECTED STOGK OF Dry Goods, Groceries and Provision*. Table Cutlery English and AmericanIron Stons China,, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes. Clothing, Con fectionaries, Tobacco and Segars, $r A ll 5? WIICS I E III SELL AT FRIGES O SUIT THE TIKES, o And we Cordially Invite Purchasers to Give ut a Call Before Purchasing Their Fall Du$piie,*s we Will Guarantee to Sell Goods as Cheap tor CASH as the Same Quality of Good* can be Bought foi in the State. \VE ME. AN BUSINESSI A o 3iV US A CALL AND YOU WILL BE CONVINCED. H. B. CCWLES &o OO-, Prescriptions Carefully Compounded at All Hours of the Dayjr Night, The Best Assortment of Goods in this Line North of St Paul pnd Minneapolis Drugs. Chemical?, Patent Medicines Oils, Painty Dyes, Colors Per futnery. Lamps Brackets, Toilet Requisites, Combs Musicai Instruments Trusses, Pocket Books Pocket Knives,Stationeiy, ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 19 November 1879

The Princeton Unioft. R. C. DDNN, Publisher. Termsf 1.60 per year In advance. NEWS OF TUEWEEK CRIMES AND CRIMINALS Charles H. Voorhees, a New Jersey member of Congress, is under arrest for al leged dishonest transactions as President of the First National Bank of Ilackensack. Edward C. Palmer ol New Orleans late President of tho Louisiana Savings Bank, has been indicted for cnibezzlemont, and his bail nxed at $30,000. A gang ct masked robbers, on the night Df Nov. 11, obtained admission to the residence oi the cashier of the National Bank at Gcr Biantown, Onto, and foiced him to accompany them to the bank aud obtained the key to tho vault and opened tho outer door of the safe, but wore unable to^t to the money draper, which contained $576000 hi bonds and money, it being secured by a time loik aiid the draw, er being burglar proof. Tho robbers bevn foiled secured -what they could of the cashier, tuoMiaUhes and somo jewelery, and several dollars in money CASUALTIES. Destructive floods...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 19 November 1879

fc BREVITIES. THE Japanese language is a complete hieroglyphic system. IN Tuskegee, Ala., there is a negro boy as blacK as the aoe of spades who has blue eyes. A BIRD deprived of food dies on the third day, while a serpent can live three months. GEORGE LECLBBOQ, of Copper City, Pa., stuck a giant-powder cartridge into his mouth, lit the fuse, and the explo sion literally blew his head off, VIRGINIA oreopers are being planted by the Pennsylvania Railroad Company on the hill-sides along the track. It is done to prevent land-slides, and will add greatly to the beauty of the scenery. IT is now affirmed that not single stalk of the Jerusalem artichoke was ever raised in all Palestine, and that the Canada thistle was brought into the ter ritory of the Dominion by settlers from the New England States. a W. H." WRITES to the Country Gen tleman: "Pet your horse, pet your dog, be very kind to your cows, but never pet a bull." W. H." petted one, which ran at him while he was feeding him, and, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 19 November 1879

WASHINGTON. IMPORTANT DECISIONS BT THE V. S. SUPREME COURT. State Control of Taxation Not Subject to Federal SupervisionThe Law Protecting Trade Marks Declared: Unconstitutional Miscellaneous. POSTAL. WASHINGTON, NOV. 17.The loas to the gov ernment in the amount of money teoeived by postmasters throughout the country the past two years will be less than one-twentieth of one per cent. TRADE MARKS. Under the provisions of the federal trade mark law, which the supreme court to-day pro nounced unconstitutional, about 8,000 trade marks have been registered at the patent of fice and about 200 applications for registry are now pending. SUPREME COUBT DECISIONS. No. 53Charles W. Kirtland, plaintiff in. er ror, vs. Leonard L. Hotchkiss in error to the supreme court, error Litchfield county, Conn. The question presented by this case is whether plaintiff in error, a citizen of Connecticut, can be rightfully taxed by that State under its laws on certain bonds owned by him but held in the city of...

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