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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 25 February 1880

AS 1 SKA-WAVES. BT ooonxx DOBA, lift, O gray mlet, from the Hide not one bright wave from me. See I 'tie lifting, and the son Tips with glory eVry one. Watch each tiny wavelet play Vp the land, then backaway, Rippling up the pebbly shore, Each the other lapping o'er Frolicking In wanton glee, Children of the grand old sea. Sea-waves, as ye come and go In your ceaseless ebb and flow, Lave my earth-tired, weary feet Ease their burning, cool their heat. Dash your white spray on my brow, It rests my throbbing temples so. Cool, bright sea-waves, and ye bear On your placid bosoms there White-winged ships from many a clime, 'Gainst the fair sky there outlined. And 'neath yeur cool waves so deep, Lazy sunnsh bask and sleep In your bright reflection there We've read the mermaid* dress their hair. But the scene is changing now, And each vessel dips her prow Deep in waves as block as nieht See them dashing in their might! The wind blows free, and wild, and strong. The mad waves wildly dash alo...

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. — 25 February 1880

THE IRON PEN. [Hade from a fetter of Bonnlvard, the Pris oner of Chlllon the Handle of Wood from the irrigate '-Constitution," and bound with a Cir clet 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 thanks and my surprise. i 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 Poet who sang Of the prisoner and his pen, 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 blast. But motionless as I wait, Like a Bishop lying state 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 gaiden under the pines Shall not fade ana pass away. I shall see you ...

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. — 25 February 1880

OUR LITTLE FOLKS, The Pensive Cricket. Dn cold November morning. All kind companions scorning, A p-nsive cricket sought In melancholy thought His woes to stifle. Alas alas!" cried he Ah woe, ah woe is me I I really do not see Why I should be So melanmelancholy. Ah me! Let's see." He thought, and thought, and thought That cricket did. It's not love, nor care That nils me with despair. My chirp is sharp and sweet And nimble are my feet My app tite is good And bountiful my food My coat is smooth and bright My wings are free and light. Then ah, and oh! Ah me I What can the matter be?" Long time the cricket sighed, And muttered low: Confound It!" Then foyfully he cried: Eureka 1 O, Eureka!" By which he meant, I've found it." The learned little shrleker! It isah, wella-day! Because my girl's away. My dimble, damble Dolly, My theerv, deary Polly. Oh, Queen of little girls! I like her sunny curls I like her eyes and hair, Her funny little stare Her way of jumping quick Whene'er she hears me...

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. — 25 February 1880

ess :^3 Ik i I i I I JL iv\ ri-Wf FALSB CUPID. False Cupid passed my road one day, Clamoring tor an hoar: I led h|m to my cottage porch, Where roses blushed in flower. Then plodding hands he wrung and said, In tone half sad, half play "Give tom but one blossom, dear, And I shall stay away." Iffy heart I laid within his palm. My true heart fulland free I lifted loyal lips to bis, For love meant loveto me. Devoid was I of all love's art I only knew to love and give. Alas I he taught m*my sweetheart Love's common sequelgrieve and live. Oh, love poured out like vineyard wine I Oh, kisses wanting wile or guile! I give my past, my all to come Hemock smiles for a little while. 9 I cannot change my wounded youth, Nor hour of bleak hereafter, For love tom proved tears and ruth For him 'twas lies and laughter. NATHANIEL HOLT'S IDOL. I am so tired 1" The flute-like voice that uttered this pettish exclamation broke through the fragrant stillness of the autumnal even ing like a jarring chord in ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 25 February 1880

PERSONAL. Mr. John G. Jameson and his young wife tarried at the American House, Saturday night. We are sorry to learn that our old i fiieud Noah Gates, is quite sick.} .Hope'Mr. Gates will soon be able to be around again. Miss Lizzie Magwire.-who has been very ill for some time past, is recover ing slowly, not near as fast as berto many friends would wish her to. Mr. A. V. Barker is another of our prompt paying patrons. He squared up for his subscription and advertising for the year 1880, on Tuesday. Mr. Joseph Borden returned from his eastern trip last week, and is again poring over the books in Mr. I). H. Murray's store. Joseph^ is looking first rate. Mr. 0. P. Hawkins, of the great dry goods firm of Auerbach, Finch, Cul berston & Co., of St. Paul, displayed his samples at the American House, on Wednesday. Messrs. Ike Walker and W. A. Smith, of Spencer Brook, and Mr.River John Rodgerj, of Bluehill, enriched us to the extent of $1.50 each, this week. Success to thcin. On Sunday...

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. — 3 March 1880

4iwV#wwij".JH"r I" .V-*- it^i^ W E E!A N 8ITB Ui A UAIM STREET, The Grand v_ Tljc Old Vn-Reliable Firm of H. B. COWLE S CO As Usual are in the Market With a LARGE AND CAREFULLY SELECTED STOCK OF Dry Goods, Groceries and Provisions, Table Cutlery English and AmericanIron Stone China Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Clothing, Con fectionaries, Tobacco and Segars, $c. ,!!& WHIC WS WILL A WCB O SUIT TIES. o 4 w Cordially Invite purchasers to Give us a Call Before Purchasing Their Fall applies, as w Will Guarantee to Sell Goods as Cheap for CASH as the Same Quality of Goods can be Bought for in the State. H- B. CCWLES &o Prescriptions Carefully Compound! of the Dayjr Night. BUSINESS* i o CALL AND YOU WILL BE CONVINCED. Tk B*t A.*aor*raerit ,of Good* in this Line North of St. Paul and Minneapolis. Drg. Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Oil's, Paints, Dyes, Colors, Per- fMMtry, Lamps, Brackets, Toilet Requisites, Combs, Musical lnstruro^nis,' Trusses. Pocket Books, PockeCigars, PRINCETO ...

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. — 3 March 1880

uv JM- The Princeton Unioft. E. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terrastl.BO per year in advance. NEWS OF THE WEEK CBIXESlANB CRIMINALS James Howard -was hung at Ozark. Ark., Feb. 27, for murdering his wife in Janu ary, 1879 Five men, among them a priest, have been arrested at Pickonack, Canada, charged incendiarism. John Henry Johnson, was hung at Sa vannah, Ga., Feb. 27, for the murder of Donald McDermott, ia March, 1878. He was sure of going d'rect to heaven. Thirty tour indictments have been Jould againit the comptraller of the city treasury, and clerk, of Elizabeth, N. J. foi con spiracy to defraud the city. The store of J. S. Crew & Co., of Law rence, Kansas, was robbed on the night of Feb. 27, of $800 woi th of gold pens and pencils and $200 woi th of pocket cutlery and opera glasses. Rev. H. W. Richardson of Sea Cliff, L. I. elopintr with his wife's sister, and leaving behind his family of small children, was ar rested on a steamer about to start for Texas, Feb. 28. Mrs. Sullivan, of...

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. — 3 March 1880

7 m^xf:'"^m^Mm*r Tsfc^v* "J LINKED BY FATE. jW Lord Nelson and his Protege. J* It was a bright morning in spring, and ^i'r the English fleet lay at anchor in Ports- mouth harbor, awaiting the admiral's signal to start out on a cruise. The flag ship, a huge, formidable ship of the line with its dark sides bristling with guns was all commotion. The admiral, the most famous sailor of his day, was com ing off from the shore, and the ship was ready to receive him. Already the guns from the rquadron were beginning to thunder forth welcome, and soon the ves sel was wreathed in smoke, and quiver ing beneath the discharges of her heavy ordinance, as admiral Nelson touched her deck surrounded by a brilliant staff. Standing near the edge of the quarter deck, and watching the scene with in tense eagerness, was a young lad of about eighteen. He was dressed simply but neatly, and his cheeks glowed and his eyes kindled as he watched the exciting events that were going on around him. As he returned...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 3 March 1880

r?** ABBFLT BT XMXUX OLAXSS. '11B the motive, my friend, gives the color to friend ship Had you needed a tonic or stimulant wines, I should justify measures In dealing out nostrums As safeguard 'gainst Ills In malarious dimes. You affirm that the tone of your system is perfect, Your business successful, your politics true, xour fireside the center of peace and attraction No placein the wide world so sunny for you. Then, why, I demand, should a creature inhuman Repeat all the scandal maliciously said, And dub himself friendly while stirring up discord Where kindness once flourished sogayly instead? would say, though with license make the sug gestion, For the world will plod on, though a seer might proclaim, When a friend condescends to barter contention He should lose your respect, while he forfeit the name. But my motive is net to estimate losses Philosophy argues from cause and effect Look up and press onward Time's never a laggard, The walk of the man shows you what to expect. It ...

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. — 3 March 1880

A LESSON IN MYTHOLOGY. read to her, one summer day, A little mythologic story About the maid who langhed at love And ran a race for love and glory. I closed the book. She raised her eyes And hushed the song she had been humming, Glancing across the shady lawn, I saw my wealthy rival coming. "These ancient tales," I gravely said, "With meaning wise are often laden, And Atlanta well may stand As type of many a modern maiden. "Minus, of course, the classic sandal, But with no less of nimble grace, How many dainty slippered feet Are running now that self-same race! "And when Hippomenes casts down His golden apples, is there ever A chance for love to reach the goal?' With saucy smile, she answered, "Never!" I rose to goshe took my hand (Oh Fate! you ne'er that clasp can sever). And "Stay," she said, with a sudden blush, "You know that 1 meanthardly ever." Eliza C. Sail, in Scribner. TOM GAYLE'S LESSON. "I can't help it, and what's the use of my trying any more? I can't be good when I oug...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 3 March 1880

flf FINDING FAULT. In speaking of person's faults Pray don't forget your own Remember those with homes of glass Should seldom throw a stone, If we have nothing else to do Than talk of those that sin, 'Tis better to commence at home, And from that point begin. We have no right to judge a man Until he's fairly tried, Should we not like his company We know the world is wide Some have faultsand who has not The old as well as the young' Perhaps we may, for all we know Have fifty to their one J'll tell you of abetter plan And find it works full v, ell, To find your own defects to cure, Ere other's faults you tell, And though I sometimes hope to be No worse than some I know. My own shortcomings oid me let The faults of others go. Now let us all, when we begin To slander friend or foe, Think of the harm one word may do To those we htle know. Remember, curses, chicken-like Sometimes to roost come home. Don't speak of other's faults until You have none of jour own. Mr. John Poyntz, and His Wi...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 3 March 1880

& GLADNESS. The world is full of gladness To those who own its power It sparkles in the sunlight And blossoms in the flower It glances with the streamlet, Adown the verdant hill, And warbles with the wild-bird, Amid the forest still It twinkles in the dew drop Within the flower's bell, It breathes in gentle murmurs Where the pure waters swell, It dances in the tree tops, The clinging buds above, And whispers in the zephyr, Like the soft breath of love. Then why forever sorrow, Through cares and griefs like ours, When every blissful morrow Wakes fairer, brighter flowers9 While sweet and bounteous nature, Is redolent with ioy i We may all live in gladness, Thouga grief and good alloy THE MINISTER'S OLD COAT. "Ministers' sons are apt to turn out badly," said I, to the gentleman who sat next to me in the cai. We had met in the train bound for Chicago, and had struck up an acquaintance. He stopped me with his hand on my arm, and with an earnest look which I shall never forget. I paus...

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. — 3 March 1880

wmm. irW PERSONAL. Mr. George Buck, for the first time this winter, darkened the door of our frtnct.um, on Wednesday, Mr. G. J. Sowden and lady arrived in town on Tuesday, and have taken up quarters at the American House. Messrs. C. E. Brown, Cail J, Phil bricks and Dan Rollins were quartered in the North Star Hotel, during the early part of the week. Harly Whitney, Will Bigelow, Ans. Howard and Charlie Cater again per ambulate the streets, looking none the worse for their winter's campaign in the pineries. Mr. John C. Smith, of St. Francis, was at the American House Wednes 3 day and Thursday. John appeared to be in good spirits. He says the tie muddle is all straight now. The energetic, wide-awake cashier of the Anoka Bank, Mr. P. F. Pratt, has been in town since Wednesday, overseeing the fitting up of the Bank of Princeton Mr. Oscar Bla'ckwell, of the Ameri can House, has gone out to Big Stone county to look after his claim and make arrangement to crop it this spring. Messrs, A. N...

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 March 1880

ui, mm UXW STREET, O CD l^ 9 O i LADIES7 Boots Tlie Old Un-Reliable Firm of ,H. "B COWLES & CO A Usual are in the Market With a LARGE AND CAREFULLY SELECTED STOGK OF Dry Goods, Groceries and Provlsi..ons, Table Cutlery English and American-'-Iron* Stone China, Hats and Caps, Boots and, Shoes, Clothing. Con fectionaries, Tobacco and Segars, c. WIL A mess O Ami -we Cordially Invite Purchasers to Give u a Call Before Purchasing Their Fall Supplies, a* w. 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^ WIVM US A CALL AND YOU WILL BE CONVINCED. *D A. GAL E Vat iMt Assortment of Goods in this Line North of St. Paul and Minneapolis. Dmgi. Chemical!*, Patent Medicines, Oils, Paints, Dyes, Colors, Per fumery, Lamps, Brackets, Toilet Requisites, Combs, Musical "lutrunfnls Trusses," Pocket Books, Pocktt Knives,Stationery, Candies Cigars, Toha'.-co, &c. &e. J. T. D. SADLEY, Proprietor Flour, Feed ad Mtal ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 10 March 1880

^!&3**f*~ The Princeton Union. R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Termstl.BO per year In advanoe. NEWS OF THE WEEK CRIMES AN CRIMINALS John Moody, oi Kingston, Kentucky, was shot March 4, by his brother George in a drunken quairel. Fred Whitcarp Sr., of Cair",, 111., was, murdered at the instance of WB wife. George Kohl, the murderer, has conteesed. An incendiary fire in Buffalo, N. Y., on the uight of March 6, destroyed property to the amount of 90,000insurance $46,000. At I) clock on Sunday morning, March 7, the house of Charles Hainea,of St. Paul, was burglarized, and money taken to the amount of $150 Saturday, March 6, a hoy 15 years of age, son of Prof. Willard of Chicago, committ od suicide by shooting himself with a pisto in the head. Vera Sassulitch, the military woman who t. lad to kill a prefect of police at St. Pet ersburg, in Geneva, Switzerland, employed on a revolutionary iournal. E. G. Colton, a theatrical manager, dis heartened by an unsuccessful tour with his compauy, commi...

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 March 1880

'far $%*. SIGNS OF THE SEASONS. When the wind blows east alway And the roads like rink-floors ring, And you cough and sneeze all day Then men say it's "merry spring!" When the rain pours day and night, Skies look glum and faces glummer, And hay fever's at its height, Then, of course it's "glorious summer!" When sole change from catching eolds Is in wondering how you caught 'em, And gray mist the land enfolds Then you know it's "genial autumn!" When cold water takes two Bhapes. Drenching, douche and icy splinter, And the world's all coats and capes, Then be sure it's "jolly winter'" BEAUTY VERSUS WORTH. Near the centre of a smooth green field a short distance from the road, with its border of wild roses and sweet ferns, stood a square white house, with bright green blinds and wide piazza. Here John Stacey had lived sinee his boyhood, here he had wept over the re mains of his beloved parents, here he had led his bride to the altar, here he had re joiced over the birth of his children,...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 10 March 1880

IMIWIIHlUlllli piCi|P|im K* V TWO LKTTER&. BX IT. T. XOOOT. Deaf Winnie, it I dare be tree Enough to call yon "dear," What could the lev meaning be Of words I scarce could heart] Because you seemed so far from me 80 silent, strange and cold When I so fondly, fervently, My burning love retold, And counted o'er the joys that lie In wedlock's silken bond, To which my thirsting soul would fly With feelingsoh, how fond 1 But, long as sunbeams kiss the snow As moonbeams kiss the flowers That bloom by day and softly go To sleep with sunset hours. So long shall tremble hearts of fire For tranquil ones of stone Shall disappointment hunt desire, And pain make joy Its own. A something in your manner hushed The song bird's lay of hope The joy-buds in my bosom crushed, In darkness now I grope. Would you be free again? If so, Then be It as you choose A lover's oare you may forego, His love you cannot lose. I would not shadow your young lit Adieu! It may be well No more to be the promised wife...

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. — 10 March 1880

*f SILVER DIMES. MB8. HANHI* BXKSUB Moowa. Poeta DMy sing of pleasures rare, And pen their lays In blissful rhyme*, But glv to me that Rood old fare, A pocketful of silver dimes. I love to read their works complete! And hear them sing of sunny olin\p, But give to me that music sweet Of tinkling, ringing silver dime*. I love to hear a good old song There is sweet magio in its lines But give me magic at belongs To bright, glistening silver dimes. I'm fond of flowers, rich and rare For all things pme my spirit pines But,yet my heart, I do declare, Is set on pure old silver dimes. Numerous friends will crowd your way That would not read yoursimple rhyme* But let them go or let them stay, Hold fast unto your silver dimes. While others climb the steeps of fame, And from its lofty summit shines, Just plod along all the same, And gather in the silver dimes. Wove their chiming, tinkling sound, Friends! tried and true, in thesehard times The heart ts light when the purse abounds "With good ol...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 10 March 1880

LW MAST'S 60AT. Mary had a William goat, And be was black as jet Be followed Mary 'round all day, And liked her? you just bet! He went with her to school one day The teacher kicked ME. out It made the children grin, you know, To have that goat about But though old Whack'em kicked him out, Yet still he lingered near He waited just outside the door Till Whack'em did appear. Then William ran to meet that ma n He ran his level best And met him just behind, you know~ Down just below his vest Old Whack'em turned a sommersault The goat stood on his head, And Mary laughed herself so sick She had to go to bed. PRINCE NAPOLEON. The Pope Orders the Princess Clothilda to Be Reconciled to Her Profligate LordHis Reception at Turin. (Paris Letter toJNewYork Tribune.] Princess Clothilda ha* submitted to the Church, and is reconciled to her husband, from whom she has lived apart for seven years. Her grievances were too public to put up with them, and she retired to a hunting seatthe Compiegne of Pie...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 10 March 1880

^awwwL.uB Hoir Arrow-Heads Are Hade. A writer in the American Naturalist lesoribed the process of making arrow iftds as it was probably conducted the prehistoric man in the fjone age, as follows: The mechanio /a Consolulu, the aged chief of the Wintoon Indians. His implements consisted of a piece of deer-horn prong, split lengthwise, four inches long, half an inch thick, with the end at right angles to the sides, and of course semi circular two deer-horn prongs, one smaller than the other, with the ends ground down to the shape of a square, fcharp-pointed file, and apiece of well tanned buckskin, thick, soft and plia ble. Laying a-lump of obsidian, about pound in weight, in the palm of his ftaft hand, he placed between the first id second fingers of the same hand ie semi-cylindrical deer-horn imple ient so that the straight side of of the ends rested about a quarter jf an inch from the edge of the obsidian. i.ith a small water-worn stone, a pound weight, in his right hand, he struck...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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