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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 19 November 1879

fc "J- i ^a jrHte&t&< Hj^feSMMjat^xu** TflE FIRST AUTHENTIC ACCQUST OF THE MURDER OF HATDEX. Antecedents of the Parties"W. H. Coch ran's Marriage and Position in Society His Wife's Acquaintance With Judge HaydenShe Wrote a Tell Tale Letter While on a Visit to MinnesotaCochran Accuses Her of Infidelity and She Con- fessesA Separation and Three Months Later the MurderA Newspaper Article the Last StrawA Shotgun Does the Busi- ness." MADISON, NOV. 15.Yonr correspondent has just returned from a visit to the twin villages of Grand Rapids and Centralia, in Wood county, this State. The object of the visit was to ascertain the exact particulars of the recent killing of County Judge Henry Hayden, and the subsequent burning of the office of Jack Brundage's newspaper, the Reporter. Beyond the bare announcement that W. H. Cochran, the bank cashier, had Bhot Hayden for the alleged seduction of his wife, nothing of a reliable character concern ing the case has heretofore been published....

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. — 19 November 1879

BRIEF MISCELLANY. BY THE SKA. BY t. B. OHBTBTAb My btae-eyd pet,vrith golden hair, la sitting on my knee, And gazes eagerly afar, AUWM the beach, beyond the bar. Where rolls the restless sea. 0he puts her little hands in mine, And laughs with childish glee 'To see the foamiug billows splash, As on the shore they freely dash. Then glide back silently, But, while she laughs so merrily, My heart is far away And, as I look upon the shore, Hrhere loud andlong the breakers roar, My sad soul seems to say "The seals like a human lite It bree&s upon the shore Of time, with a resistless might. And, when the goal is just iu sight, Diesto return no more. "And, all along the shore of time, ft Il many wreck doth lie The pangs of many a mad carouse, Of 'blasted hopes sad broken vows. Of happy days gos by." Vet, while I muse in mournful mood, And Rare upon the sea. My blue-eyed- pet, with golden hair, Whose heart has noe known a oare, 'Whoso voice is music in the air, Still sits upon HAT knee. ...

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. — 19 November 1879

KISS SWEET. BX KM. O. H. flOBASTOH. Pat your anna around me, darling Uttl arms so dimpled, fair lift yonr little face a chttrruUtf, learned in rings of golden hair. Kiss sweet, precious treason, Look love from your eyes so true Stolen rays they are, of azure. Bits of heaven's own cloudless blue. Cherry lips, that oft caress me, Give nie one sweet kiss to-night You are all on earth that's left me. not love's own prayer slight. Only just two years, darling, Since with folded wings yon came Tears I thought would be so charming, Bat instead were full of pain- Yea, and utter desolation, 8ave for you, fair-haired bdy Give me, then, in Habitation, Kisses sweet, without alloy. Ton will never knowm dear one, How fiat mild September day Left heart so sad and lonesome, "As winged an?: els bore away, Far beyond our earthly vision, Far up through th ether blue, 'took to ba in aelds elysian, Papa 's spirit, tried and trae. Btit,.my darling,he was ready,' Waiting for the summons, too Oft he said, ...

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. — 19 November 1879

1 em paj ing CASH for wheat. C. II. RINKS. Coal! Coal! For sale by Houlton, Elk River. Blacksmiths will save money by -buy- ing in bulk there, rather than ship ping it from below in luik. We understand that, a doctor v. ho claims to be able to work miraculous cures, was in town Tuesday one of the patients whom he., thought he could cure, is in her grave, The cred ulity of some people surpasses belief. Jim Williams returned from Cam bridge, on Sunday, having finished scaling all the logs between here and that point. reports that in tie vicinity and- this side of Cambridge the '^honest gi angers" are doing a wholesale business in making shingles, et c, at the expense of the log owners. Rev Mr. Henderson administered a much needed rebuke to the young rowdies who goto church for the pur pose of making a noise and disturbing the congregation on Sunday evenings. He truthfully said, anybody, no mat ter how insignificant, can disturb a preacher and his congregation, but it requires a gentle...

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. — 26 November 1879

4 7 llAIN STREET, H. B. COWLE S & The Grand LADIES' As Usual are in the Maikct 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,'Clothing, Con fection aries, Tobacco and Segars, $c. A ll or WHICH WE WILL SELL AT PRICES TO SOI! TBS TIKES, o And w Cordially Invite Purchasers to Give us a Call Before Purchasing Their Fall Supplies, as we Will Guaiantee to Sell Goods as Cheap foi CASH as the Same Quality of Goods can be Bought foi in the State. W E MEAN BUSINESS*' I i o JIVE US A CALL AND YOU WILL BE CONVINCED. H- B. CCWLES &ij co- Prescriptions Carefully Compounded at All Hours of the Day Or Night. The Best Assnr*vncnt of Goods in this Line Nortli of St. Paul and Minneapolis. Drugs. ChemieaN, Patent Medicines, Oils, Paints, Dyes Colors, Pel fumery. Lamps Brackets Toilet Requisites, Combs, Musical Instruments Trusses Pocket Books, Pocket Knives, Stationeiy, indies...

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. — 26 November 1879

The Princeton Union. R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms$1.60 per year la advance. CURRENT TOPICS. THK French governmeut has appropri ated tor agriculture for 1880 the sum of 25,5(58,427 francs, of which 1,128,280 are fcr veterinary schools and public services, 1,875,120 for agricultural education, and over 14,000,000 for the care of forests. IT is mentioned as a result of the ag ricultural depression in England that 830 acres of freehold land wore recently sold in Berkshire for 33,500. The rent of the farm was formorly $2,750, out of which $1,250 had to be paid in tithes and AN international peace congress is to meet at once in Naples, to advocate a partial disarmament throughout the world. Delegates irom Amoiica will be present. We hanily can see why, since the armament of the United 8tates is ot the smallest and most peaceful kind. THE Duke of Beaufort, in a lato agri cultural speech, said the English farmer could not hope to compote with the United States in the raising ot grain, and t...

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. — 26 November 1879

1 il i) W* *r not very fond ot a Mont, For mneb miMhief It tomeUmet We'd lather be free Mid ontopokea Than healtate, quibble ana pwN, Bathers a secret that* pleasant You mayread it in Jessie** bright Mattel Ton may know litUe Charlie la telling Her something dsTold of all Kail*. Poor dolly now seems qntte forgotten, As Jessie bends eagerly near, While Charles makes the moat of hia Inebea To reach np ao close to her ear. He looks ao intent, and ao earaeat. As he whispers in innocence pure And what it is now he's revealing lain oojyWenc*, you may be sure. So we only can g%uat at the secret: Perhaps, in this sweet month of May, Mamma has a holiday promised, To be spent in the woodlands ao gay, Where the butterflies, bees, and the birdies Are all in the height of their joy And this mav be what Jessie ia hearing I'rom that earnest and bright little bey. THE YOUNG DBSEBTBB. BY WILLIAM OOMSTOOK. A great favorite in our frigate and particularly in the maintop, was young Paul Edwardsas he wa...

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. — 26 November 1879

KEEN SENTENCED. The Defaulting Cashier XeartM at'Last ,T*at W** Transgressor Js HardSeven Tears of Ifarel Zafror S*are Hit* in the .Face. Prom the 8t. Paul Daily Globe. As announced in the GLOBS Sunday horn ing, William W. Keen brought into oourt yesterday morning to have aentenoe paaaed upon him, for having "been found guilty of stealing an enormous anm of money from the Northwestern National bank of Minneapolis. BIB APPBABANGS, at 10 o'clock, accompanied by the deputy sheriff, created quite astir among those pres ent. He was dressed in a business suit of light oolor, and wore a light fall over coat. His confinement has changed him but little, and but for the absence of color in his face one would scarcely think him at all concerned as to his future, or the predicament he is now in. Step ping up before the judge, his hands were fold ed and with bowed head the criminal awaited for the awful words that were to snatch him from his family and former friends, and con sign him to a fate ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 26 November 1879

/-^m^nmn fe fevmagaagwuat^ ^sm^-saa^a**^ IRELAND'S WOE. ARRAIGNMENT OF 7H CU8RJS J4R PRISONERS. Daly Fully Committed on the Charge of Sedition, and Released on BallThe Ar rest Probably to Result In His Being Sent to Parliament from IfayoThe Govern ment Taking Steps to Relieve the Distress Miscellaneous Old World News. Ireland's Woe. OOVEBNMSNT BKLIET. MANCHESTEB, NOT. 24.A Ijondon correspond ent of the Guardian says Beaeonsfield on Saturday last requested the attendance at his official residence of a very aotive and promi nent member of the Home Bnle party, with whom he conversed along time about the pe tition of the Irish members of Parliament, praying that the government relieve the pre vailing distress in many parts of Ireland, the greatest of which results from the scarcity of fuel. Lord Beaeonsfield declared the govern ment were favorably disposed to the prayer of the memoralists, and they contemplate sending large quantities of coal to ports nearest to the distressed districts...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 26 November 1879

Time to me this truth hath taught. Tie troth that's-worth revealing} More offend from wast of thought Than from any want of feeling. It advlee we wouldoonvey. There's a time we should oonvey It If we've but a word to Bay, There's a time in which to lay It Many a beauteona flower decays Though we tend it e'er ao much, Something-secret on it plays, Which no human aid can touch, Time to me this truth hath taught Tls a truth that's worth revealing Mre offend from want of thouaht ban from any want ot feeling, i LharUs Stcattt. ^^titt' TEACHINGS TTMB. 80, in many a loving breast, Ues some canker grief ooneoaled. That, if touched, is more oppressed Left unto itoelf-is healed 1 Oft, unknowingly, the tongue Touohoa on a chord so aching That a *ord. or accent wrong, Pains the heart almost to breaking. A STRANGE STORY. J'ftOSt AXXA DICKINSON'S "THK KAGGKD KEG1STKR.'* Did I teM them of queer people and strange experiences. Yes, indeed, did I. an I recall them now? Noyea. One I remember, because...

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. — 26 November 1879

4h. THANKSGIVING HYMN. BT ADDLAIDB OBHTKl.. We praise thee for the wealth of golden grain. For corn fields waving in the mellow light, For full-armed Plenty, piling Autumn's wain, For fruiU all ro9y tinted, gleaming bright, No locust swarms, no deudning droughts have come, To mar our joyous song of Harvest Home. We praise thee, O, our GodI We praise thee for the dewy mornings fair, As diamonds gilted over tielcl and world, When heaven's own nectar filled the ambient a:r, And every breath was life and strength un told And warbling birds poured out their songs of glee. And every living thing seemed glad and free: We praise thee, O, our God! We praise thee for the nooutide'b scorching blaze, As 'neath its ripening Influence swelled the corn, Ami the grapes sweetened in the burning rays While under purple bloom the wine was born. Tha heat was fleree upon the laborer's head, But 'twas perfecting grain for daily bread We praise thee, O our God! We praise thee for the twilight's hour of ca...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 26 November 1879

Loud and deep arc the dgeiiislWanted Si v? Wis 1jtwr rmjr.ung CAMI for wheat. C. H. Rims. Coal! Coal! lor ?ale by II Houlton, Elk Kivcjr. BLiLkMiiitlis iillav money by buy ins in bulk there, lather than ship ping it fiom below in bairel*. A joung fellow, formerly a resident of this town, was sentenced to 2 years impugnment in the penitentiary a few da}sago, by Judge Young, of Minne apolis, for the crime of larceny. Other jouthshad better take warning. It does not pay to steal. vcurscs i E. Jesmei has moved into hi splendid new store. He has a big toc of ladies' dress goods, scarfs, shawls, trimmings, edgings, hats, etc., in the grocery line his stock is com plete' as usual, he has a largo and \aued avoitmen of candies fruits and confectionery. ie wants the public to undei stand that he will sell i^oods as cheap as the cheapest,and re spectfully invites them to give him a call SUIlllllOIlS. Mate of Minnesota, i .-ss ounty of Mille Lacs The btate ot* Minnesota to Fiank II Adams, Defen...

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. — 10 December 1879

jnfm&.>M" jf% i/ ~4fJ** THE MAIN STREET, LADIES' The Old Un-Reliable Firm of H. B. COWLES & COC. As Usual are in the Market With a LARGE AND CAREFULLY SELECTED STOGK OP Dry Goods, Groceries and Provisions, Table CuUery English and AmericanIron Stone Qhina, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Clothing, Con- ^JMi fecbionaries, Tobacco and Segars, c. WM All tf IB' WE Witt SELL A PRICES 10 I o And wt 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. WE MEIAN BUSINESSi%^ 7E US A CALL AND YOU WILL H. B- CCWLES &o Prescriptions Carefully Compounded at All Hours of theDajiOr Night,. The Best Assortment of Goods in this Line North of St. Paul and Minneapolis. Drugs. Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Oils, Paints, Dyes, Colors, Per fumery, Lamps Biackets, Toilet Requisites, Combs, Musical Instrument^ Trusses, Pocket Books, Pocket Knives, St...

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. — 10 December 1879

^u^uu^jjkas^ ~J*mA&$& The Princeton Uaiott. R. C. BONN, Publisher. Terms$1.60 -pet vest in advance. CURRENT TOPICS. A N employee at the White River Agency who escaped death by being away from the post at tho time of the massacre accuses Chief Douglass who planned the late uprising, with having been a participant in the Mountain Mead ow massacre, many years ago. THE old powder magazine built by the Union forces, which stood on Mam street in the edge of the old cemetery at Va., has been torn down. This is the last of the works left from the war. The fortifications which were around the grounds now occupied by the megnifi cent buildings ot Central University have long since disappeared. THE deficit in the sug"r-beet crop is reported as between 25 and 50 per cent, less this year than last. It will have an important bearing on the price of cane sugar, when it is remembered that beet sugar is identical with that of cane sug ar, and that the beet sugar manufacture covers about one-...

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. — 10 December 1879

V II "Pi li a* THE SAME CANTEEN. There arc bonds of all sorts in this world ours Fetters of friendship and ties of flowers., And true lover's knots, I ween The girl and the boy are bound by a kiBS, But there's never a bond, old friend,likethis We have.drank from the same canteen! It was sometimes water and sometimes milk, And sometimes applejack fine as silk But whatever the tipple has been, We shared it together in bane or blisB, And I warm to you my frlendL when I think of this We have drank from the same canteen. The rich and the great sit down to dine, And they quaff to each other in sparkling wine, From glasses of crystal and green But 1 guess in their golden potations they miss The warmth of regard to be found in this We have drank from the same canteen. We have shared our blankets and tents to gether, We have marched and fought in all kinds of weather And hungry and full we have been Had the days of battle and days of rest, But this memory I cling to and love the best We have...

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. — 10 December 1879

NATIONAL NOTES. THB SVDDBK DEATH OF BEPBB- SSSXAXITB LAY. FORTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. No Executive Session of the House Joint Committee from Both House* Appointed to^Attend the FuneralBills of Al Shades and Subjects Introduced In the SenateReport of the Yellow Fever Com mission-Postal Blatters. Trade Marks and General Miscellany. Tfte Senate. WASHINGTON, Dec. 8.The vice president laid before the Senate a communication from the secretary of war transmitting information as to the circumstances which led to the arrest and removal of the Cherokee Indians from the Cherokee nation. Referred. Also a commu nication from the secretary of war transmit ting a copy of the report of the board of en gineer officers, relating to the bridge across the Detroit river, at or near Detroit. Referred. Senator McDonald presented the memorial of John H. McLane and another, relative to tak ing illegal fees in the United States clerk's office in the circuit court for the Southern dis trict of Ohio. Referred. HEW B...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 10 December 1879

iismmiuiMmmmmimmmMmmm^mmM^mmmmmmaammB Miscellaneous News Notes. Dr. William Chambers is the sole aurvivor of the old Edinburgh publisher*. The Leadville Chronicle says that moat of those prominent in business there are Jews. Miss Braddon, the English novelist, is, in fact, Mrs. Maxwell, the wife of an English publisher. Never talk of yourself in a country where forty-odd millions of people are bent on talk ing of themselves. A boy is never so buoyant as when he sees the first heavy fall of snow. In fact, he's on runners all the time. In January an artistic and scientific exhibi tion will be opened in Algiers, the first which has ever been held in the colony. You should never give advice. If the per son to whom you offer it'iB wise he doesn't need it if he isn't he won't take it. Sugar has gone up in France because the beet crop has failed. It will never fail here while the harvest of tramps is BO large. Congressman Morton has purchased and will this winter occupy the house in Washin...

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. — 10 December 1879

A NOVEMBER NOCTURN. The Autumn air sweeps faint and chill Across the maple cr stod hill, And on my ear Falls, tingling clear, A strange mysterious woodland tami From outmost twig, from scarlet crown, Untouched with yet a tint of DKTO n, Reluctant slow, As sloth to go. The loosened leaves come -wavering down And not a hectic trembler there, In its decadence, doomed to share The fate of all, But in its fall, ngs something sob-like on the air No drift or dream f passing hell, Dying afar in dusky dell, Hath any heard Whose chimes have stirred A teader pathos of farewell A silent shiver as of pain. Goes quiveriug thro'each sapless em And thero are moans. Whose undertones Are sad as autumn midnight rain Ah, if without a dirge like sigh No lightest-clinging leaf can die. Let him who saith Decay anddeath Should bring no heart-break, tell me why Each graveyard gives the answer- There I read lesurgam everywhere So easy said Above the dead 80 weak to anodyne despair. TUB ECHO I N HER HEART. Jo...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 10 December 1879

it )1 1 '8 IJ^rWMrrwm rv B^HH-^^^^^ If CHRISTIAN PATIENCE. The aloes grow upon the 6and, The aloes parch with thirsting heat, Year after year they wait and stand, Lonely and calm and from the beat Of desert winds, and still a sweet And 6tibtle voice thrills all their veins "Great patience wins itsyil remains, And after a century of pains, For you to bloom and be complete. I jjrow upon a thorny waste, Hot noontide lies on all the way, And with its scorching breath makes haste Each freshening dawn to burn and slay Yet patiently I bide and stay, Knowing the secret of my fate. The hour of bloom, dear Lord. I wait, Come when it will, or soon or late, A hundred years is but a day." Susan Coolidge. A Ragpicker Princess. The moat curious "city" of Pans is on the Avenue de la Revolte, at the upper end of the Passage Triboulet. The pas sage ends in vacant lots, where in summer our carpets aro whipped. The right side belongs to a woman named Foucault, who built and manages the "city it is a lo...

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. — 10 December 1879

M, I'KMUli1* mitHIpm I am pajing CASH for wheat. '''TftiUHi C. H. RiNhs. Coal! Coal! For sale by Houlton, Elk River. Blacksmiths will save money by buy ing in bulk there, rather than ship ping it fiom below in barrel?. FoundOn Saturday, a lady's muff and handkerchief, on the Elk River road near Bean's Hotel. The owner can have the same by calling at this office and paying for this notice. Pure candies in unlimited quantities at Jesmer's. A nice stock of holiday goods at Jesmer's. A nice lot of ladies' fur caps at Jesmer's. Pure apple cider at C. H. Rines' for 60 cents per gallon. Sweet apple cider at C. H. Rines'. Only 60 cents per gallon. NOTICEAll parties having accounts with me are hereby requested to have this month. E. C. Giuc. Go to the Pioneer Drug Store and purchase one of those elegantly bound volumes of poetry as a present for your girl. Mr. and Mrs. Weston Hammons, of Anoka, were in town Sunday and Monday. West, is still hopeful that the P. & A. R. R. will be a succes...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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