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

yw 3*- b.if Sirs US A CALL AND MAIN STREET, AUL ABOARD FOR O O The Gran VJU- The old Un-Reliable Firm of H. COWLE S 'CO As Usual are in the Market With a LASGE AND CAREFULLY SELECTED STOCK {OF Dry Goods, Groceries and. Provisions, Table Cutlery English and AmericanIron Stone China, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Clothing, Con fectionaries, Tobacco and Segars, $c. til flf TOB WE Will SELL AT HIKES O SUIT TSS TIKES. o Ad we 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 be Bought for in the State. WE^ MEAN BUSINESS! A o H. B- CCWLES YOU WILL BE CONVINCED. &U CO-, Prescriptions Carefully Compounded at All Hours of the Da yJ Night. Tha Best Assortment of Goods in this Line North of St. Paul and Minneapolis. lrugs Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Oils, Paints, Dyes, Colors, Per fumery. Lamps, Brackets, Toilet Requisites, Combs, Musical Instruments Trusses, Pocket ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 24 December 1879

1 I i The Princeton UHJOR, B. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms11.80 per year In advanee. THE WORLD'S DOINGS. AKCTIC EXPEDITION. The House committee on naval affairs have instructed the chairman to leport favor ably Representative Conger's bill to author, ize and equip an expedition to the Artie re gions. BTAGK COACH ACCIDENT. A stage driver by the name of J. A. Dyer was overturned by a sharp wind in Boul der Cannon, Col. Dec. 16,and fell down the em bankment seventy feet Dyer receiving in uries which resulted in his death No other person 6eriously hurt. A FORGER FOUND. A detective in Boston, Mass., claims to have information that Rev.D. D. Wlnslow, the forger, is in Buenos Ayres, under the assum ed name of W. D. Lowe, and is publishing the Buenos Ayres ITerald. He manifests great in terest in religious affairs. ABORTION. Dr. Charle9 A Smith, a prominent physician of St. Louis, Mo, has been arrested for abortion on a servant girl named Ellen Singer. The girl confessed, and names a prominent...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 24 December 1879

^Sl fe wwz& i -el Meeting to Express Sympathy for the Evicted Peasants of Ireland. THOUSANDS OF SOLID CITIZENS Assemble to Protest Against the Bra tality of the English Land System. BESOLUT'NS, LETTERS, SPEECHES What Ex-Gov. Davis, Rev. D. Breed, Albert Scheffer, Father Shanley, and Others Said. R. Fioia the St Paul Globe, Dec. 19. The Irish demonstration, at the Opera House last night, was an immense success. The hous, waa well filled, and the utmost enthusiasm was evinced. Human wrongs make human sym pathy, and the centuries of oppression under which Ireland and her people have suffered find a sympathy among Americans, as free in sentiment and substance, material aid, as the air wo breath. In the dark hours of adversity Ireland has ever looked to Amerioa for help, and the cry has always been bountifully and generously answered. The meeting, last night, adds to the record another event, of which St. Paul and her citizens may be proud. The assem bly was large,enthusiastio and ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 24 December 1879

THE CABOLiSIMGERS. Two sweet fair faces on-a Christmasnight Two pure girl-voices rich with such sweet tone, That listeners stanfi entranced and Time's swift flight Passes unknown. Grandly the story of the Saviour's birth Is told by these sweet singers to the throng Nobly the clarion-notes of "Peace on earth" Ring forth in song. With voices all attuned to harmony, And hearts that rise and leap with every note, The singers stand, and wild.bird melody Tnlls fiom each tinoat So sweot the son? that cveiy listener there Sees the glad story as in woids of gold, Like some fair picture tiaced with wondious caio In days of old. All hail' the glorious hea-yen sent gift ol song. Mighty to him who has and him who heais* The oue great power enduring, ovei strong Tluough all the year' _^^_ DRIZZLY BEAR. There never was such a boy for getting into scrapes and having such strange ad ventures as Griswold Burr (Of course all of the boys and most of the ghIs call ed him "Gnzzly Bear.') "Wish I'd been a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 24 December 1879

1 i v. HER CHRISTMAS DREAM. Twas Christmas eve, snow drifting deep, But all the house was warm and bright} "Aiidirmdinimma lay fast asleep, The staikt -uk and laces whito Making i\ j,Io\v (it tender fifrnce Over tin* calm a placid face, Whore smiles were lhttiufr to and fro Wueie sudden lights and shadows full. "Children, step ligliMy and tpea low. Ana softly spread the fleecy shawl Her dreauiiiur soul mayhap doth keep Some fairer Christmas in its sleep." Then quickly o'er the household steals The hush of thoifghtful, lovinsj calm, Until tluouech waUing silence, Like jubilant, triumphant p=*alm, The ringing, singing bells that say, 9 "To-morrow, 1 ieuds, is Christmas Day." The sleeper woke, and lay berene With clasped hands upon her breast. "Dear God," she said, "so sweet a di earn! Could it come true, I were so blest, So ble&t! such Chnstmas feast to keep. Ah, Maiy, I have been asleep. "And dreaming, deara wondious dream I saw my home so strangely fair Its halls with snch soft ...

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

*J i. CHRISTMAS BELLS. This is the day that Christ was bom! Hark to the music, sweet and wild, That wakena glad hearts and forlorn, To arreet the blessed child' 0 Bilver bells, thut ring'so oleai All the winter morning gray, Rouse up the sleeping world to hear That Christ was born to day. Ruiij till the children start ftoin sleep, Sweet with the droam ol joy to be, And clap then little hands, and leap, And shout aloud nxglec Rm^ till the sorrowful ones ot eai Ih, Whose lives are spent in toil and tcais That leave, alas! no place for mirth In all the dreary years Shall hear the tender woids He said *Come unto me all ye that moui n" And gather strength anew to ti ead The path His feet have worn Ring loud, ring sweet, 0 Christmas bells, And tune each waking soul to prayei, The while your joyful pajan swells Upon the frosty air Through misty dawn, and sunshine cleai, Ring till the callous hearts of men Stirred Tvith the thought of Christ so near, Grow warm and 6oft again. Ring till the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 24 December 1879

I FOR THE LADIES. Her Conquest. 1 Muster thy wit, and tali of whatsoever Light, mtfth-provoking matter thou canst And I langb, and own that thou,with small endeaTor, Hast won my mind. Be silent if thou wiltthine eyes expressing Thj thoughts and feelings, lift them up to mine Then quickly thou shalt hear me, love, confessing My heart is thuie. And let that brilliant glance become but tender Beturn me heart for heartthen take the whole Of all that jet is left mo to surrender Thou hast my soui. Now, when the three are fast in thy possession, And thou hast paid me back their worth, and more, I'll tell theeall whereof I've made thee cession Was thine before. Irurtn Russell, in Scrtbner. Hint to Ungraceful Walkers. An English lady, an acquaintance oi M. Ingres, the well-known French writer, had a most awkward gait. The gentleman recommended her daily to take along walk, balancing meanwhile on her head a pitcher of water. This, he said, would giro the true poise to the figure and necessita...

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

i' Jsfc*- Tonl! Coal! For vale by II. Houston, Elk River. Blacksmiths will save money by unty- ing in bulk there, rather than ship ping it fiom lit-Iow in barrels. For Christmas presents go to the Pioneer IVug Store. Pn.ru apple cider at C. II. RineV for 60 cent* per gallon. As usual, the Pioneer 'Drug Store, is headquarters for mil sorts of holiday 00:ls. _. From Away Down East* A choice lot of Fins & Napes and T4ngm- & Soutids. For sale by H. R. &OWM59&CO. The most complete stock of holi- day goods ever brought to Princeton, at the Pioneer Drug Store. Sweet apple eider at C. II. Riues*. Only GO eenis per gallon. Coal! Coal! For coal in bulk or by the barrel o to H.CAMSY. "THE OLlRELIABLE. Give the Old Reliable Store a Call. C. H. Rines did "scour the dual cities*" for Christmas goods to some purpose, as we repoited last week he has received a large consignment of beautiful, cheap, useful and ornament al holiday goods: Those sets of mugs and napkin rings are immense...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 31 December 1879

MAIN STREET, J: '.1,* f^t^lS CO The Grand O. ri. LADIES1 The Old Vn-RclMMe Firm of H. B. 1C0WLE S & At Usual are in the Market With a LARGE AND CAREFULLY SELECTED Dry Goods, Groceries and Provisions, Table Cutlery English and AmericanIron Stone China, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Clothing, Con fectionariss, Tobacco and Segars, c. in or WDC E mi a mm to sun TIVES o And iff 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 A i GIVE US A CALL AND YOU WILL BE CONVINCED. B- CCVVLES &o CO-, Prescriptions Carefully Compounded at All Hours of the Day Or Night Tl Best Assortment of Goods in this Line Noith of St. Paul and Minneapolis. Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Oils, Paints, Dyes, Colors, Per fumery, Lamps, Brackets, Toilet Requisites, Comlis, Musical Instruments, Trusses, Pocket Books, Pocket Knives, Stati...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 31 December 1879

X*SB HHB 1 The Princeton Uniott. B. C. DUNN, Publisher. Termstl.80 per year in advance. NEWS OF THE WEEK. CRIMES ANB CRIMINALS At 10 o'clock on the morning oi Dec. 88th, 150 masked men took two prisoners, one a half-broed| indian charged, with murder, from the jail at Golden, Colorada, and lynched ttiem. James Edmonds, heretofore a high ly respected citizen of Newtoo, Mass., on the 83d day of December, plead guilty to an in dictment charging him with forging names of Lords & Fernold, former partners in business to notes representing upwards of $50,000 and has been sentenced to five years aud six mouths in lhe State prison. A man at Niugra Falls who had given his name at the postoffioo as Dr. D. A. Sikcs, on the 24th off December committed suicide by throwing himself off the new suspension bridge. The distance of the bridge to the water below is 190 feet He appeared to be about 60years of ago. He was a fine appear ing old gentleman aud displayed no eccen tricity of conduct. He wa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 31 December 1879

IMPBOTISATIOMS. nnioiub I. Although niy early life on me conferred Rich sense of sweet existence la a land Where fttitnes bloomed bright flowera every bird Sang some blithe songs, where waved the potent wand Of youth's aspiring dream, yet now I stand With thankful eyes upraised to heaven, for I Have left the vale. Round me repose the grand Snow-crowned Sierras, while I scarce could sigh, Because I seek to pierce the stormy, pathless rty. ii. There is a certain narrow path which leads Downtoa lane unfrequented by teams. Yon hopping robin's chirp, chirp, quickly speeds Mv memory to that dear place which seems, In moonlit summor nights,fithome of dreams. Oh! when in seasons of the long ago, Keyiving in the sunli returning beams. Earth ransomed beauty from her tomb of snow Beside that orchard path bird-songs ne'er conjured woe. CHICAGO, 111. where PATTY BRIGHT. Patty Bright eat by the kitchen table, her elbows resting upon it and her chin in her hands. A hnge white bowl of stoned raisin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 31 December 1879

$ J* THE TURKEY'S I*AST REQUEST. Now, bark ye, merry gentlemen, And hush your foolish squabbles And listen to the turkey, when His last request h gobbles The scanty time I have to live Is spent in observation So pray you, gentlemen, forgive The turkey's dissertation. I do observe among you all A selfishness surprising You're satisfied when others fall, And envious when they're rising This wicked world a barn-yard is, And, when acorn shower rattles, Each craves a share that is not his, And with his neighbor battles. The jaunty fowl with head in air, Be crows in exultation The rest a look of meekness wear, And fawn in adulation But let misfortune dip his wings, Ye meet him with suspicion. And every friend the whisper flings That wafts him to perdition. 01 petty race of greedy men 1 bat kill me at New Year's ve, Does conscience never prick you when You see the way you're livingT Bow many of you spend your days In honest, cheery labor? Whose head upon his pillow lays At peace with every...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 31 December 1879

THE IRON PEN. Made from a letter of Bonn!Yard, the Prisoner of dullon the handle of wood, from the frigate Constitution and bound with a circlet of gold, inset with three precious stones from Siberia, Ceylon and Maine,] I thought this pen would arise From the casket where it lies Of itself would arise, and write My thanlrs and my surprise. When you gave it me under the pines, I dreamed these gems from the mines Of Siberia, Ceylon and Maine Would glimmer as thoughts in the lines That this iron link from the chain Of Bonnivard might retain Some verse of the poet who sang Of the prisoner and his pain That this wood from the frigate's mast Might write me a rhyme at last, AS it used to write on the sky The song of the sea and the blast, But motionlesB as I wait, Like a Bishop lying instate, lies the pen, with its miter of gold, And its jewels inviolate. Then must I speak, and say That the light of that summer day In the garden under the pines Shall not fade and pass away. I shall see you...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 31 December 1879

-dDL "Cabbies" Fares. "Now I think of it, I believe that the escaped parsonold Guy Fawkes, as I call himwere the queerestfare as I ever driv'he were a rum un and no mistake. "Let me see, it was about eight or ten years ago, when I lived in London. I was a ambiin' down the Strand one darkish night in the beginning of November, when a gentleman ails me. He was a tall lean looking gent, in a long black coat and white choker, and carried a carpet bag and a umbrella. I put him down as a parson at once, along of his genteel manner and low voice. 'Cabman,' sayshe, 'do you know yon ivy-covered villago church, where Sab bath after Sabbath, the rustic congrega tion kneel, faithful to the religion in this land established?' "No, never," says I. "Do you know the King's Arms at NottingHill?' 'Right,' I says. "In he jumps and I drives on, think ing what a mm fare I'd got. "He were all peaceable enough as long as we was in the lighted streets, but when we gets into the quieter parts, I hears him a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 31 December 1879

Population of ACrfca. We cannot hope for many years yet to have anything like aoourate statistics on the population of Africa. Several regions, the population of wbioh is cer tainly great,-wiil probably long escape anything like a thorough examination. There are, for example, in the regions ot the great lakes, countries quite as thickly populated as many of the states of Europe. Stanley tells us of coun tries of relatively small extent, and which yet possess millions of inhabi tants. When-we Bhall have succeeded in making an approximate census of all the populations, weshall probably reach a figure considerably higher than the present estimate. Some authorities ac cord to Africa not more than 100,000,- 000 of inhabitants others still less. German geographers suppose that Africa contains somewhat more than 200,000,000 of inhabitants the latest English publications estimate the pop ulation at 186,000,000,which, for an area of 11,500,000squaremiles,gives an aver age of sixteen inhabita...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 31 December 1879

i i iff bJ Messrs Gvddoa fc Plnmmer havu iUl ed up stakes" and moved buck to Anoka. We are sorry to bee the boys leave as they were both gentlemen iu every sense ol the word. Mr. Fiank Henry, of Greenhush, cul'e'l in on Wednesday to pa* up his suhsciip lion. Wi-h t' of our subsetibers weie as punctuul unci eonscieiUNW** us Mr. licmv. We have sent out juit a nural)er of statements to those who im: indebted to us, with mt*re to follow as soon as we gel around to it. We hope the response wib be prompt, as we are in need ol the mon ey. Coal! Coai! For coal in bulk or by the barrel o to H.CALKY. The county commissioners will mett in annual session on Tuesday, January Oth. A new set of tote sSeds to trade for body hard wood (cord wood) at C. Rines'. Those who so kindly remembered the printer on Clnistuias and New Year's have bis sincere thanks. The Masonic ball, Chrsmas night, passed off very nicely the attendance was quite lare the supper at the American House, as usual, was first class....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 7 January 1880

VOL. IV. v, vA waicE WCi" 12 194 The Old Un-Reliable Firm of H. B. COWLES & CO As Usual are in the Market With a LARGE AND CAREFULLY SELECTED STOGK OV Dry Goods, Groceries and Provisions, Table Cutlery English and AmericanIron Stone China, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Clothing, Con fectionaries, Tobacco and Segars, c. WE WILL SELL AT PRICES O SUIT THE o AM& W 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. BUSINESS* i o W E ElA N 9IVS US A h- B- GCWLES &o CO-,, UMM STREET, PRINCETON. CALL AND YOU WILL BE CONVINCED. Prfiscriptins Carefully Compounded at All Hours of the Day_0r Night Vfct lilt Assortment of Goods in this Line North of St. Paul and Minneapolis. Drugs. Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Oils, Painty Dyes, Colors, Per fuznany, Lamps, Brackets, Toilet Requisites, Combs, Musical Instruments, Trusses, Pocket Books, P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 7 January 1880

The Princeton Unioik. R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Termsf1.60 per year in advance. NEWS OF THE WEEK. dklMK.S AND CRIMINALS A Oneniie, Ontario, Thomas Steph enson's, store was robbed on the niijlit of Jan of notes and mortgages valued at $25,000. George, the somewhat noted Count Johannes, who died in he city of New York, Dee. 30. was 69 yuars old, and was to be buried from "the little church round he corner." Frances Hovly of Lyons, N a most esteemed young lady, on the 3rd of January entered her father's store and shot him dead She then reloaded her pistol and went up stairs to her room and killed herself. Joseph C. Stebzon of New Brunswick, N. J. ox county collector, convicted of em. hczzliuir $10,000 of the county funds, was on Ja n. 2, sentenced to two years in the State prison, .md to pay a tine of $500. Col L. A Iluriis, ex-mayor of Cincin nati, O Jan I, shot hH brother-in law in an altercation giowing out of a claim of Hairi* against Adam-,. Ilu ball was extractted, but it was though...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 7 January 1880

A N /'SWas. "rw RECORD OF THE YEAR. A History of the Accidents and In cidents of 1879. Together with the Death Roll of the Fading Year. TUX VANISHED HXAB. Another year from earth hath fled, And reached the land unknown, Where we'll rejoin "Bomettme" our dead, And be no moie alone. Another year, which wrote each deed Upon life's ueathless page Again we vow the beat to heed, And more for good engaga. Ah Baylor aetn, another ytw Thy patient spirit we Implore, and trust to live more near In purest love to Thee. CHICAGO, 111. M. T. O. CHRONOLOGY. JANUARY. 1. Destructive storms along the British, French and Norwegian coasts. Disastrous floods in Great Britain. Resumption of specie payments by the United States Government &ii. Intensely cold weather throughout the EaBt and West, causing a total suspension of 4. Cork, Ireland, refuses to "receive" ex Presi'ent Grant. ChicagoPostoflice burned. 5. Unprecedented cold weather in the South ern Brutes Senatorial elections in France re Bult a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 7 January 1880

MASTERED BY PASSION. Aunt Annie's Story. MI admit that Bath is quick-tempered and that she often says tilings that she does not mean." It was Hannah Cleaves -who spoke, and she was defending her young and pretty cousin, who had been not quite two years the wife of Charles Gray. "Still," said Susan Adams, another cousin, "I must say that she is much to blame. Her husband is one of the kindest and best of men, and I know that she often makes him unhappy. She might aot differently if she would." "I am not sure of that," returned Hannah. "She is not to blame for the evil disposition which was born in her. She cannot help her own nature. No two of us are alike in all our feelings, and we are all apt to act about as we feel. It is unfortunate that some people are diseased but I cannot say, that those are to blame who have in herited their disease from their ances tors. And so it is with our disposition." "But," suggested Susan, "that per son who has inherited a disease which works mischie...

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