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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 31 March 1880

SONG. Ob, golden dream! that spans the skies. Whose tender blue is like the eyes That hannt my sacred memory, Fade not away in boundless heaven, Like closing gates of yon bright even Before night's spell of glamoury. Oh, fleeting bliss I that mocks our haste, like mirages in desert waste, Bo passing fair in distant scene Approached unto the vision fades We stand within the realms of shades, Before their sphynx of horrid mein. Though withered is thy garland now, Though death hath calmed thy torturedbrow And hushed the voice thatsang rare glees, I'm glad to know life's richest wine We pledged each othermine and thine Yet, thus, more bitter are the lees. A BOLD CLAIM-JUMPER. How a Skunk Took Possession of a Mine. [From the Salt Lake Tribune.] On one December, the 29th, Ben Hinson and I went to our Fairy Belle mining claim to do our assessment work for the year. We had to do it by the 31st or the claim would be jump able. We had found silver in this claim, also gold, and on that morning...

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. — 31 March 1880

T*s i f* rj BEFRAGTORY RHYMING. "We parted by the gate in June, That soft and balmvmonth Beneath the sweetly beaming moon, And (wonthhunthsunthbunthI can't find a rhyme to month) Years were to pass ere we should meet A wide and yawning gulf Divides me from my love so sweet, While (ulfdulfsulfmulfI'm stuck again, I can't get any rhyme to gulf. I am in a gulf myself) Oh, how I dreaded in my soul, To part from my sweet nymph. While years should their longbeasons roll Before (symphdymphymphI think I'll have to let it go at that.) Beneath my fortune's stern, decree My lonely spirit sunk For a weary soul was mine to be, And (hunkdunkrunkskskthat will never do in the world.) She buried her dear, lovely face Withm her azure scarf: She knew I'd take the wretchedness As well as )partsarfdarfhalf and half, that won't do either.) O, I have loved her many years, And loved her for herself, I loved her for her tender fears, And also for (welfnelfhelfpelf no, no, not for pelf.) I took between my ha...

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. — 31 March 1880

..ffl'jjMwwwiiiiiHiwmi*uiiM I I ikmrnwemmmmmmmss WHAT AILED THE PODDING? "What shall we tiave for dinner to-day?" Said Mrs. Dobbs in her pleasant way "For Sally has much to do, and would wish That we'd get a^nsr with an easy dish Something that wouldn't take long to prepare Or really require much extra care Said Mrs. Dobbs:''There isn't a doubt But what we'd all fancy a stirabout!" "A hasty pudding! Hurrah! that's nice!' Exclaimed the girls and boys in a thrice. Then Sally put on the biggist pot And soon tne water was boiling hot, And Mrs. Dobbs mixed together some flour And water, and in less than half an hour The pudding began to bubble up thick And dance about with the pudding-stick. Said Mr. Dobbs, as he made a halt "Our Sally is apt to forget the salt So I'll put in a pmch ere I leave the house" And he went on tip-toe as still as a mouse, And, dropping a handful in very quick, Stirred it well about with the pudding-stick, And said to himself: "Now, isn't that clever9" At which ...

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. — 31 March 1880

1 am a cunning little elf, I live in Norway all alone ^And really I do think myself The smallest mortal ever known! I hide all summer in a cave When winter comes I always know, i And then I'm very glad and brave, And gambol gaily in the snow! A lovely li'tle cloak I wear, Made out of clear and crystal ice And a wee frost-cap for my hair, Which in the moonlight looks so nice. My shoes of purest sleet are made. All fringed with snow and dainty rime, And when in this way I'm arrayed, I really think myself sublime* I eat all kinds of winter roots. Acorns my palate always please And nothing more my fancy suits Than frozen snow-drope from the trees! In my right hand I always hold A great sharp icicle to slay The polar bears when they are bold, And dare to growl and cross my way! Right often have I had to fight: And once I killed a giant crow You should have seen me dance that night, And gambol gayly in the snow! And I, the little elf of frost, Protect from haim the other elves, Poor summe...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 31 March 1880

FtNANCUiSTATEMENT! OF THE ft E E: I & -AND- Expenditures, OF IMLLE LACS COUNTY, FOR THE YEAR ENDING FEBRUARY 28, 1880. Feb. 28, 1879. Balance in coun ty treasury $ 872 59 Total taxes collected during the year 5548 11 Certificates drawn by clerk of Mar. 3, 1879. Received of state treas'rschool fund 133 9 6 Sept. 9, 1879. Received of S. L. Staples 114 00 Sept. 12, 1879. Received of Clara J. Westprivate redemp tion fund 47 06 Sept. 23,1879. Received of J. Caterprivate redemption iund 4 78 Oct. 11, 1879. Received of Andeison net. 5 00 Oct. 27, 1879. Received of state treasurerschool fund.... 429 46 Dec. 27, 1879. Received uf Peter Carrestatc 23 25Feb. Feb. ll 1880. Received of Doc. Dunhampi ivate redeinp tioufund 4 41 $7182 62 Feb. 28,1880. Balance in county treasury $1149 05 Paid state treasurer during the yearstate lunds $ 916 Paid state treasurer during the jardehnq'nt state funds 143 03penditurcs County orders, juror's ceitiflcates & probata orders canceled 2120 381880. Paid...

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. — 14 April 1880

VOL. IV. A The Grand v_ A*.s The Old Un-Relialile Firm of H. B. COWLE S & CO As Usual are in the Market With a LARGE AND CAREFULLY SELECTED STOGK OF 1 Ih'y Goods, Groceries and Provisions, Table Cutlery English and American--Iron Stone China, Hats and Caps, Boots and Slioes, Clothing, Con fectionaries, Tobacco and Segars, c. ill tf TOM WE WILL SILL AT PRICES O SUIT IBS TIKES, JLnd 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 MEAN BUSINESSi i I -o- f/rjf US A CALL AND YOU WILL BE CONVINCED. H- B. CCWLES &o MAIM, STREET, PRINCETON. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded at Ail Hours of the DayJJr Night, Th Best Assortment of Goods in this Line North of St. Paul and Minneapolis. Drues. Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Oils, Paints, Dyes, Colors, Pei fumrv, Lamps, Brackets, Toilet Requisites, Comls, Musical Inhtruments, Trusses, Po...

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. — 14 April 1880

JPiu $grinceton tnion. R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms:$1.50 per year in advance. NEWS OF THE WEEK. UEIMKS A* CRIMINALS Postmaster Fadderman, of Belton,Tex as, has absconded with $4,000 of govern ment money. J. H. Rhouer, defaulting cashier, of the late Savings bank of Louisville, Ky., has been Indicted, charged with embezzling S110,000 Prof. William E. Sawyer, who on thethe afternoon of April 6, shot Dr. Steele in the in the city of New York, in the face has been held in *\000 bail. April 6, Joseph M. Harrod shot and killed James Fitz Simmons, at Austin Bcott County Indiana, in a quarrel growing out of political dlsscusslon. Charles Fernandez, white, at Donell, a stage station near Santa Fe, New Mexico quurelled, April 7, with a party of graders on the railroad, and was shot four times and was killed. Mrs Rachel Smith the victim of the brutaljattack at her home in Adamsburg, West moreland county, Pa., on the night of April 8, died of her ihiuries on Sunday morning, April 11. No clue a...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 14 April 1880

ON THE BRINK. AUBKEY DB VERB. Who mouriiB? Flow on delicious breeze! Who mourns, though youth and strength go by* Freeh leaves invest the vernal trees, Fresh air -will down my latest sigh. What am I but apart outworn. Of earth's great whole that lifts more high A tempest freshened brow each morn To meet pure beams and azure sky TLou world-renewing breath, sweep on, And waft earth's sweetness o'er the wave? The earth will circle round thee When Ood takes back the life he gave! To each his turn! Even tiow I feel The feet of children press my grave. And one deep whisper o'er it steal "The soul is His who died to save." THE FORGED WILL. It was my first visit to London since I had taken up my abode and entered on the practiee of my profession as solicitor of Southampton. In London I had a very dear friend, my college chum, George Dickson, and as he was the only person I knew in the great metropolis, of course I lost no time in looking him up. Three years had passed since our last meeting...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 14 April 1880

All Sorts of Paragraphs. THB Siamese Twins were the cham pion double scullers. SAMSON can be recognized in the ora torio by his long 'airs. MANY a calf will be oowhidedif he lives long enough. ACTIVE benevolence is the rich man's only chance of happiness. A YEAB of pleasure passes like a float ing breeze, but a moment of misfortune seems an age of pain. "THE men of to-day are too high strung/'says a Chicago paper. Some of them are not strung high enough. A WEAK mind is like a microscope, which magnifies trifling things,but can not receive great ones.Chesterfield. To PREVENT glue from cracking when dry, add about one table-spoonful of glycerine to a pint of solution while it is hot. IT is sometimes a question whether the goat in the back yard or the oleo margarine on the hotel table is the strongest butter. A SPANIARD in Spain takes off his hat and gives a salute when he is entering & car, and when he addresses a friend or a stranger he throws open his cloak. SMOKED SALMON A LA F...

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. — 14 April 1880

I.AWYBR SQUEAK'S HAIDKf SPEECH. "My*tplease the court, said Lawyer Sneak,* "I rise fo say a wordto apeak, In point of fact, concerning such Matters as may amount to much sot that I would myself commit. But still, I've this to say, to-wlt: The plaintiff here, this same John Doe, Has gone and sued old Richard Eoe, And charges him (old Roe) with tort And now his lawyers rip and snort, Declaring damages must come, IJ they drive Roe from house and home. Now, Doe stands here, my bosom friend Til stand by him e'en to the end. He claims his right, and bis right to claim He has a right. There can no blame Devolve on him who stands by law This doctrine is withouta flaw And now, with every point and fact Molded in argument compact, I feel that I can now stand by The present, and the future defy I An eagle screams on Pike's tall peak Whose eagle? Answer, freemenspeak? Over this court, and bench and bar, There waves a flag with stripe and star Whose flag? I ask, and how and why Were bird and fla...

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. — 14 April 1880

A i, THE FORGOTTEN GRAVE. Out from the city's giant roar, You wandered through the open door, Paused at a little pail and spade Across a tmy hillock laid. Then noted on your dexter side, I Some moneyed magnate's "love or pride." And so beyond a hawtharn tree, Showeriug its rain of rosy bloom, Alike on low and lofty tomb, Tou came upon itsuddenly. How strange! The very grasses' growth Around it seemed forlorn and loath The very ivy seemed to turn Askance that wreathed a neighboring urn. Sunk was the slab the head declined, And left the rails a wreck behind. No name you traced, a "6," a "7 Part of "affliction," and of "Heaven," And thenO, irony austere, You read in letters sharp and clear, "Though lost to Sight, to Memory dear." J^untin Dooton. SCIENTIFIC SUICIDE. "I am a miserable man," said Cyrus Maddox, gloomily, "and it is best that the world should'be rid of my presence, no one cares for me." "Oh, don't say that, uncle," said Lizzie Silver, beseechingly. "You know I love you. You...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 14 April 1880

I 1 AS WE MAKE IT. Oh, call riot this a Tale of tears.*"" A world of gloom and Borrow One half the grief that o'er ua comes From self we often borrow. The earth is beautiful and good How long will man mistake it? The folly is within ourselves, The world is what we make it. Did we but strive to make the best Of troubles that befall us, Instead of meeting cares haif-way,, They would not so appall us. Earth has a spell for loving hearts Why should we seek to break it? Let's scatter flowers instead of thorns The world is what we make it. If truth and love and gentle words, We took the pains to nourish, The seeds of discontent would die, And peace and concord nourish. Oh, has no^ each some kindly thought?. Then let's at once awake it Believing that for good or ill, i The world is what we make it. History of Clocks and Watches. The clock, which at the present- day is considered an almost indisDensable arti clo in every household in the land, and the watch, which is generally required to c...

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. — 14 April 1880

ANNUAL FINANGIALSTATEMENT OF THK REOEIF^T AND- Expenditures, OF- MULE UCS COUNTY, FOR THE YEAR ENDING FEBRUARY 28, 1880. Feb. 28, 1879. Balance in coun ty treasury., $ 8?2 59 Total taxes collected during the year Mar. 3,1879. Received of state treas'rschool fund Sept. i), 1879. Received of B. L. Staples... 114 00 Sept. 12, 1879. Received of Clara J. Westprivate redemp tion fund.. 47 06 Sept. 23, 1879. Received of J. L. Caterprivate redemption fund..,!.., 4 78 Oct. It, 1879. Received of C. Anderson flue 5 00 Oct. 27, 1879. Received of state treasurerschool fund.... 429 46 Dec. 27, 1879. Received of Peter Carr estate......- 23 25 Feb. 11, 18b0. Received of Doc. Dunhatnprivate redemp tion fund 4 41 133 9 6 $7182 62 Feb. 28,1880. Balance in county treasury $1149 05 Paid state treasurer during the yearstate funds $ 916 48 Paid state treasurer during the year- delmq'nt state funds 143 03 County orders, juror's certificates & probate orders canceled 2120 38 Paid town of Princetontown f...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 21 April 1880

MAIM 1TREET, :i^|J!fl|^^ CO ,-e The Grand Fail LADIES' At 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 SJioes, Clothing, Con- fecUonaries, Tobacco and Segars, $c. tt IT fin I S W!U SELL I F&ICES O SUIT IBS TIKES. o 4*4 we Cordially Invite Purchasers to Give us a Call Before Purchasing Their Fall iappliet, s we Will Guarantee to Sell Goods as Cheap for CASH as the Same Quality of Goods can bo Bought for in the State. W E MEAN BUSINESSi A 91 fM VB A CALL AND YOU WILL BE CONVINCED. H. B--OCWL.ES &O CO-, Carefully Compounded at All Hours of theDayJr Night. Tk 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, A Pocket Knives,Stationery, Candies Cigars, Tobacco, ...

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. — 21 April 1880

fa n, 2 sT-m ht minceton fflnton. B. 0. DUNN, Publisher.4 Terms:$1.50 per year in advance. NEWS OF THE WEEK. CRIHFJS AN CBIMINALS An incendiary fire in Winona, April 15, was discovered in time to prevent serious damage. The examination of the Whittaker case at West Point so far does not sustain the alle gation of self mutilation. Charles Heist indicted for murder at, Lancaster, O., pleaded guilty to man-slaugh ter, Apiil 15, and was sentenced t the peni tentiary for 20 years. On the night of April 15, at Montrose, Pa, Fred Warner shot and instantly killed Mason Wilson, both respectable young mar ried mea. Warner said he had very good reason. he jury in the ease of Joseph Katovesky who shot Augusta Simon who would not marry hira at St Louis, Mo., April 15, brought in a verdict of murder in the first degree. Mr. Jones a large cattle drover from Colorado, at Sedalia, Mo. April 15 was overpowered by four men and robbed of $5,200 and a certificate of deposit on the Brev er's bank of Chic...

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. — 21 April 1880

jW$* AllSorte Sort 1 All of Paragraphs. OBOWS' feet are the oaws of care.'"' A COOL burglaryBreaking into a snow bank. plantThe burial of a A CENTUBY centenarian. BALD heads the red men. IT is vulgar to keep timo to music with your feet. WHITE hair is the flag of truce under which old age parleys with death. THE Boston Transcript says that if you eat onions the fact will leak out. A BAR that industrious men do not hesitate to patronizeThe crow-bar. THESE is but one easy thing to bor row, and that we don't wanttrouble. THE wise man telleth his love, but the foolish man writeth his in a letter. BIGHT after a pair gets into double harness they want to go on a bridal tour. AN apparent contradiction: A man living generously and yet giving noth ing away. WEEN a pilot dies on a New York ferry boat every other pilot drops his steer for him. THE reading-room of the British Mu seum contains three miles of book-cases eight feet high. A CORD of stone, three bushels of lime and a cubic yard of s...

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. — 21 April 1880

1 EASTIRFLO WBM^M BrtHower.,bri-Sniowe, On the glad Easter morn The chancel and altar -,'s-* With their beauty adorn! Their fragrance ascending All the temple shall fill, like cloudletsof incense Floating softly and still. The lily of Egypt With ita pure regal snathe, And rosebuds and pansies, Shall we strew o'er the path. Where footsteps offrom Jesus. Coming forth the tomb, Shall 'mid their fresh gleaming Rob the grave of its gloom. The Earth in her bosom Her Creator once took And a thrill of great joy All her strong pillars shook. 80 ever at Easter In grateful remembrance, She offers fair flowers Of new life the semblance. And as the sweet blossoms From all climates are culled, Hay Earth and her nations, Their transgressions annulled, All join in the anthem To the Saviour arisen, Whose echoes shall enter Heaven's portals Elysian! A LESSON ON DRESS. My young friend, Cora Lee, was a gay dashing girl, tond of dress and looking always as it, to use a common saying, just out of the ban...

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. — 21 April 1880

14 .'fc ~"*$r~ "mffimmftmrntm mnraoi *HBByrronp* .l*4Msnvrhtps,na _ topi,snaplosrfoi nan CM show whichno UtttetostWMT, y, Ikm s* bi of ribbon Mid broken xiasji, tWMM ot widen hsir.-. *Star* KM Um* dresses folded .1- :0t ox thought of tit* sunnvdsv. 4 'W there era dainty jaoketa that nrer wo worn, There are toys and modela of ahipe, There are books and pictures all faded and ton, And marked by thefingertfpa Of dlmuled hands that hare fallen to doll, lot I strive to think that the Lord is Just Bat a feeling of bltterneea Alia my aonl Sometimes, when I try to pray, That the reaper hae spared so many flowtn And taken mine away. And I almost doubt if the Lord cam know That a mothers heart can lore them so. Then I think of the many weary one Who are waiting and watching to-night Tor the slow return of faltering feet That hare strayed from the paths of right} Who hare darkened their lives by shame and sin. Whom the snares of the tempter have gathered in. They wander far in distant climes, ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 21 April 1880

The Tonng Lawyer's first The way in which young lawyer handles his first important ease gener ally shows of what stuff he is made. If he has the mental strength and elastic taot that case may prove the spring board whenoe to leap to rank and re ward. An illustration of what a young law yer may effect by a first case is given in the life of the Southern statesman, Alex. H. Stephens. He was but 23 years of age when he was retained to defend a mother's right to the guardianship of her infant daughter. At the death of the ohild's father a Mr. Battle, the paternal,grand father, had been appointed itsguardian. The mother marrying a man of intem perate habits, Mr. Battle kidnapped the child. Mr. Stephens brought him be fore the court to show why the child should not be restored to its mother. Knowing that the Battles were many and influential in the country, the young lawyer thoroughly prepared himself. Day after day he sought a lovely hill side, and in its solitude argued the case over an...

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. — 21 April 1880

8 I- It- V. n. i VV The Winter Palace. In the great square of Alexander, on the left bant of the Neva, facing the river, stands the Winter Palace, one of the most spaoions and imposingof the royal residences in Europe. In front steads the grand column of Alexander. According to Theophile Gamier, the place presented the following aspect of a winter evening: wThe,trees of the Admiralty, diamonded with frost, had the appearance of great white pltsoaea fixed in the ground, and the, red granite of the triumphal column was coated with ice. The moon, rising pure and clear, flooded with its pale radiance all this whiteness of the night, gave a bine tint to the shadows, and made the mo tionless equipageswhose ice-covered lanterns, like polar glow-worms dotted with points of yellow, light the immense expanses-suggest the figures of phan tasmagoria. In the background the colossal Winter Palace flamed through all its windows, like a mountain pierced with holes, and ignited by interior igni- tio...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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