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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 21 April 1880

9mm 1EE MABKETS- MINNEAPOLIS, April, 21stWHKAT: No 1, $1 02, No. 2, 99c, No, 3, 91c. Coiu,34e OATS30 to 32^b BUTTKK common roll, 15 to 16c, medium, 18 to 20c, good to choice dairy, 22 to 24c EGGSfc^c per doz. Market glntted HIDLS7ioC for gretn and byzc for salted POTATOES28 to 30c foi good varieties LIVK S1ocxFattened steers, $4 to $425, light, %A 00 to $4 00 cows, $3 to $3 75, hogs, $4 00. CAMBRIDGE ITEMS. From our own correspondent It is reported that Gouldberg Anderson will build a new store, this summer. John C. Smith has distributed over $4 000, this spring, for ties, to parties Jiving on Stanchiield brook. John Starner has sold his farm, in Maple Ridge, to Mr. Brackett, of Pine City price paid, $900. The boom broke below the bridge last week, letting about live hundred logs, belonging to the Peterson Bros., of Maple Ridge, go down river. Charley Rines and Ben Soule were looking over the cit}. last Fiiday, Charley says, Cambridge is a h1 of a place, and lots of people are fooli...

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. — 28 April 1880

i^ VOL. IV. H. MAIN STREET, iR'&ssif^ h.i if I &',- LADIES1 Boots Iff^wfln^j^jjjgg-i Tne Old Un-Reliable Firm of C0WLESs & CO As Usual arc in the Market With a LARGE AND CAREFULLY SELECTED STOCK -OF Pry Goods, Groceries q,nd Provisions, Table Cutlery English and AmericanIron Stone China, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Clothmg, Con fectionaries, Tobacco and Sugars, fyc. ill f WHICH WE WILL SELL AT TO "m. TSE JIMS5, o And we Cordially Invijte 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. W E MEAN BUSINESSi,i & 0 IVJS US A CALL AND YOU WILL BE CONVINCED. H- B- COWLrZS &blCO-? Prescriptions Carefully Compounded at Ail Hours of the Day Or Night, Th* 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, oilet Requisites, ...

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. — 28 April 1880

^**#Aimm*aq*tmaf*hit*m ft*" ,1^ ills Ml^fMmiHlll UllljllUUll i uaw.y? K ghe grincBlon ^ttion. R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms:$1.50 per year in advance. THE LATEST NEWS. Condensed Daily from the Moat Reliable As sociated Press and Special Telegrams. Crimes and Criminals. The supreme court ot California, April 23, granted Dennis Kearny a writ of habeas corpus, returnable before the Snpreme court of San Francisco. At Mayfield, Ky., on the afternoon of April 20, W. W. Ezell shot and killed Dr. Dal ton. Nine balls from Ezell's gun took effect in Dalton's neck and heart. At Newark, Ohio, Earnest Zebe threw himself under a passing railroad train and was instantly killed. Cause tempory insanity produced by a girl's refusal to marry him. At midnight, April 21, at ChicagD, Hermann Limberg, shot and killed William McOary, a stranger whom he met a saloon. There was little provocation. The murderer was arresred. A furious wind struck the north line of Adams county, Illinois, on the evening of Apri...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 28 April 1880

J$ *Xi, %0 *ff^ t^Sfw BY THE RIVER. 8ome laugh and dance through all their days, A& Norshadows fall across th3ir wayslow, Fo some ch wintry years drag i Jwsome the skies are always gray The strong heart beats the weak heart down in life's amalgamation The good and bad are all so near, The rich man's pall, the poor man's bier, The wanton's laugh, the orphan's tear, They come in swift rotation. The tide run's high, the tide runs low, The years go fast, the days go slow i For me 1 care not how it seems, So long as I can dream my dreams. The good man thinks that he is good, The bad man knows that he is bad. Sleek, well-fed virtue lifts his eyes, And thinks that vice is sad, so sad One hates with a goodly hate 3 To call the other brother. But peradventure it may he A startling, yet divine decree, When truths made manifest, shall he Change places with the other. The tide runs high, the tide runs low, The years go fast, the days go slow, For me I care not how it seems So long as I can ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 28 April 1880

if. "UHLE BENNY." Papa, papa, come to Benny1 Benay'a dyingoh, do cornel Pretty angels, go tell papa Little Benny's going borne. There he comesOb, papa, papa. Hold your arms around me tight Willie's gone, and Benny's going Up to live with God to-night. "Look at Baby Willie, papa Bee the tears froze on bis cheek Benny couldn't help poor Willie Little Benny was too weak Oh, so weak, so hungry, papa Please hold up my little head. Papa, papadear, dear papa, Will you drink now Willie's deadt "Benny tried to warm his paddies, And bis little toothies, too. With bis breathpoor little baby! How he cried, papa, for you Raise my head, pleaee. papa, higher Let me tell what Willie said Kiss me, papadear, dear papa! Will you drink when Benny's dead? 4 'Mamma, mamma, tome to Willie Benny, ot mates mamma stay? Oh, do tome to y'r poo' baby Benny, 111 her toiae to-day? Papa's tummin, aint he, Benny? Wis some bread fo' us to eat, Build afire to warm my paddles Warm my 'ittle feezin feet? 'Aint him tumm...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 28 April 1880

HNA .9* A SONG: TO F. T. & Hark, brother, hark! She meadow-lark Sings in the sugar tree. You may not guees Ihe happiness Its sweet voice brings to ma. Its songs of praise, In other days So joyous, full and free, From morning bright Till dewy night Were food and drink to me. The memory Of that old tree, With all its wealth of learea, lives in my heart, Sacred, apart Gold grain among the Bheaves. There many a day Was whiled away In innocence and joy. I but a child, Cergrown and wild, Ton but a baby boy. Beneath its shade The sheep had made A clean, bare spot, where salt, like heaps of sand, By father's hand Was piled without a fault. Close at his side We watched with pride, And fancied all the sheep At sight of him With every limb Would laugh and skip and leap res, all around la holy ground. Where'er his footsteps fell Perfumed and sweet, To kiss our feet, Blooms now an immortelle. There's not a Bpot Can be forgot On all the dear old place Through wood and mead Love's golden threa...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 28 April 1880

i GOOD-BY, SWEET DAY. Good-by, sweet day, good-by! I have BO loved thee, but I cannothold thee, Departing like a dream, the shadows fold thee Slowly thy perfect beauty fades away Good-by, sweet day! Good-by, sweet day, good-by! Dear were thy golden hours of tranquil splendor, Sadly thou yieldest to the evening tender, Who wert so fair from thy first morning ray! Good-by, sweet day! Good-bv, sweet day, good-by, Thy glow and charm, thy smiles and tones and glances Vanish at last, and solemn night advances. Ah, could'st thou yet a little longer stay! Good-by, sweet day! Good-by, sweet day, good-by! All thy lich gifts my grateful heart remem bers, The while I watch thy sunset's Bmoldering embers Die in the west beneath the twilight gray. Good-by, sweet day! Geeelia Thaxter, in Scribner. ANOTHER BIFF. The Way a California Judge Decided "Gluckerson vs. Van Snyder,'* read off Judge Rix, the other morning. "I be lieve this is an assault and battery case, isn't it? Well, gentlemen, what have...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 28 April 1880

A Tragedy that Became a Romaiicc. "Walking stewly along the shady paths of Central Park in this city, may be seen almost any fine Sunday a remarkable couple. They are mother and son. She is sweet faced and past the meridian of life her hair is silver white. He is young, spirited, and energy glows in every feature, in striking contrast to the abundant, snow-white hair that waves over his brow, like crested willows above an active sea An ordinary observer can readily see that the species of devotion existing be tween these two is almost paramount to worship. They idolize each other, as mother and son never loved each other before. She feels that she has recovered her only child, by a God given instinct, from a night more lamentable than non existence. The father, a whole-souled Southern er, threw all of his wealth into the chan nel that flowed from Southern hands and hearts to sustain their acts and princi ples, and when his life blood also ebbed with the crimson tide of thousands, th...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 28 April 1880

"s n1TFTC* /"D CT? may be founrt on file at Geo Tlilo Jri-lTlliXi, p. Rowell & CO'H Newspaper AdvertisingBureau(10SpruceSt.i,where atlvertlslne newspaper AUTE advertising contracts., may be made for it iu MEW YORK. THE MARKETS. MINNEAPOLIS, April, 28thWHEAT: No. 1,"$1.05 No. 2, $1.02 No. 3, 94c Co KN 34c. OATS32 to 33c -common roll, 14 to 15c medium, If to 18c good to choice dairy, 21 to 23c. EGGS8c per doz. Market glutted. HIDES-7 }3V for green and 8}c for salted. CnBiwEr^lVic. LIVK STOCKFat steers, $$50 W $4.50. POTATOES25c. PEJBtSOWAI-H. C. II. Rines left for the saintly city again, on Tuesday, to order a new supply of goods. Miss Frankie Foster is up here on a visit to her brother, Mr. Charles Foster. Dr. Gile, these days, is the hardest worked man in Princeton. But he manages to meet all calls, whether in country or village. Mr. D. H. Murray, we are sorry to know, is sinking fast the doctors'give no encouragement to the idea that he can ever recover. Mr. B. M. VanAlstine ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 3 June 1880

The Grand G. H. Fail LADIES' Tbe Old Cn-Reliable Firm of H. B. COWLE S & As Usual are in the Market With a LARGE AND CAREFULLY SELECTED STOGK OF Dry Goods, Groceries and Provisions, Table Cutlery English and AmericanIron Stone China, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Clothing, Con' fectionaries, TdbacCo and Segars, fyc. ALL or WHICH WE WILL SELL AT PRICES TO TBE TI2E5, o we Cordially Invite Purchasers to Give us a Call Before Purchasing Their Fall Supplies, as we Will Guarantee to Sell Goods as Cheap lor CASH as the Same Quality of Goods can be Bought for in the State. W E MEAN BUSINESS^ i o 9ITE US A CALL AND YOU WILL BE CONVINCED. H- B. CCWLES &o CO MAIN STREET, i PRINCETON. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded at All Hours of the Dav^Or Night The Best Assortment of Goods in this Line North of St. Paul and Minneapolis. Drugs. Chemical?, Patent Medicines, Oils, Paints, Dyes, Colors, Per* fwnery, Lamps, Brackets, Toilet Requisites, ComLs, Musical 'j* Instruments, Trusses, Pocket...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 3 June 1880

i 1 v, 1V She grbutton Jgttion. B. C. DUNN, Publisher. 1 v*5""*$" j: Termft:$1.50 per year in advance. THE LATEST NEWS. I Bally from k* Most BsllaUs A MelatodPTCMaaiSiMlalTetosnaM. i Victory Confirmed. 4 f, 6The war department has a dispatch the press report of Gen. Hatch's ,|i||ght -with Victoria, Another dispatch from en. Hatch, dated Fort Crag, May 6, says Zramer, whojoined Hatch reports more fight i ,ing since killing the 55 Indians. No particu lars yet ""A LightningFirs. On the night of May 26, at dnnng severe thunder storm, a barn owned byMr. Hood atBell Prairie, Minn., wasstruck by lightning, andhis two horses, two cows and two calves killed. The barn was totally destroyed. Mr.Hood only knew of the fact when made known to him by his neighbors. About Dennis Kearney, i A Sacramento dispatch of May 27, says: At 6:10 o'clock the superior court gave a dicision in the Kearney case releasing him. The hearing was on tLe habeas corpus ap pealed from the superior court San Francisco, i...

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

l*i "8TBIKS WHILE THE IRONS HOT.T 8trike while the iron's hot! Strikeand with a will He is no skillful smith Who lets the iron chill Ere the iron hardens, strike Bhape it to what shape yon like, To the scythe or knife or sword, To slay or heal or mow the sward. m Strike while the iron's hot, Striae with hand and hearty Quickly turn the bar. ?$ J,\^ft And smite on every parti ,M& $4%L*% Bring the sledsre down with a swing J, ,4, Till ft makes the anvil ring. ***r So great master workmen wrought So struck the iron while 'twas hot. fSo, when the time is ripe To act, or think or say, f^The precious moment seize Before it pass away. 1* "iMf Shapen the action to your ends, vAs the smith the iron bends, Hi Xet the word and let the thought Promptly into deed be wrought Strike while the iron's hot. Or do not strike at all, Strokes the cold bar will break, Not fashion when they fall. If you'reslow in arm and brain, All your labor will be in vain, The quick of head and quick of hand May ri...

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. — 3 June 1880

I -t ft I i 4 "^Nw^ An Iaeldeat tmarmedand unattendedwalks the Czar, Through MoBcow"Bbnsy street one Winter day. the crowd uncover as his face they see, God greet the CzarI" they say. Along bis path there moveda funeral, llfLsys Gray spectacle of poverty and woe. ^Wr & wretched sledge dragged by one weary man, Slowly aoross the snow, v^ -sw And on the sledge, blown by the Winter wind,\^ JLay a poor coffin, very rude and bare, and he who drew it bent before his load, With dull and sullen air. X^i the Emperor stopped and beckoned tothe man Who ls't thou bearest to the grave? he Bald. ('Only a soldier, sire!" the short reply. "Only a soldier, dead." 4 Tr ktrfa\ Only a soldier,"musing, said the Czar Only a Russian, who was poor and brave. Hove on. I follow. Such a one goes not Unhonored to his grave." Be bent his head, and silently raised his cap The Czar of All the Russias, pacing slow, following the coffin, as again it went, Slowly across the snow. Phe passers of the street, aU wo...

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 June 1880

Egyptian affairsMummies. Are drums sold by the pound? A narrow escapeA fire-ladder. i 1 A compositor makes money hand over fist. A tableau is frequently nothing tableau about 1 It is the infant-tree that shoots.-WhUe- hoU Times. W "V A stem-winderthe ivy vine.Fenfor*. Statesman. An undertaker gets his living where an- n'i\ other man dies. 'i" i ,ffi ^.C The preacher's vocation is a sinnercure. y'Sedem Sunbeam.--i y* vi it Beggars descriptionthe story of a tramp. -Boston Journal of Commerce. ",l? Gould not the doctor's fee be justly called ,,ill-gotten gains.Yonkers Statesman. Salt codfish should be sold under the name of dry goods.JDanielsonviUe Senti nel When a man is rolling in wealt for- tune is appropriately expressedhihis round numbers. A Vermont editor claims to have seen a rainbow at night, and the temperance peo pie despair of him. On seeing a house being whitewashed, a small boy asked, Man,house."1 if you please, you going to shav'' that ^/^V :are When an Indiana woman addr...

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. — 3 June 1880

& 4Re wasn't very pretty, He wasn't very wise, -And he stood when asked a question, pi I paralyze, surprise. lftd ?H5? freckle f't^M Who wetn i-And*d & I must own his 1 THE KING OF HAY. a speckled lad W turn in his toes, a fann nose .^pfkeM Andthough not absolutely bad I i **ad 8Uc 2* 2*,* He hadn't any manners, tjt\* He didn't know his books, principle! I Di not belie his looks. He was elumny atwork, and awkwardat play And every hatr grew a different way, Then why did they make him King of May? Tea blithely, in a circle, LS&Pf I They whirled around their king **!&$ And there he stood, half crying Half pleased to hear them sing, Till in his heart, a mighty part Was given him to do motiofi thrilled his little breastl gave hitm A, EERP* fervor new: aPAnd dolt! tha I will!"h thought "it isn't much. I ought! rt 0h do! O do!" sang they "And we will crown you King of May!'* Tlldoit! Yes, Til do it!" His'heart sang back again, Until a ray of loveliness O Came to his face so...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 3 June 1880

tf A' !*H THE HUSH DAISY. The croctisand the snow-dropraises Their heads a day, when thaws the frost* The primrose in a week decay*, IM**1 The cowslip's sooner lost W V* The fragrance rich of ripe woodbine, Forbids the flower's long de^ay Xy And like delicious eglantine, *'T7J."Jr^ Its colors melt away. .'":,**&* The tulip glows in summer bloom jly Its petals soon neglected lie 7 The peony sheds its rank perfume, $ldft* 'Then droops it down to die. $\fcs$i The royal moss rose scents the air v* Its loveliness like Spanish maid ff Alas! that thou so sweet and fair, Should blossom but to fade. "^t^f** $ The robe's luxuriance imperils, .While beauty changes when niest bright" T, The daises, like our Irish girls, Freserye their red and white. *-T -v.*, 'r, Ye*. Ireland's Daisy, modest flower Whose spangling colors fleck the field, Still lives In every changing hour And grows when others yield. Vv Mid rock and ridge its fragile stem Bends gently to the thunder storm, Then shows, like ...

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 June 1880

!$5 nV=* """""W* --J Minneapolis Prices fcr Wheat .For the next 30 days W. D. Wash. Burn & Co. will pay, at their mills at Anoka, Minn., Minneapolis prices for wheat. Present prices, No. 1, $0.95 No. 2, $0.94 and No. 3, $0.84. Will Beam and Miss Etta Youmans, both of Milo, this county, were united .*j"in theHendersons holy band of padlockevening by Rev. Davi on the of the 30th ult., at the North Star hotel. The card of Col. Cna's D. Kerr, of St. Paul, one of the ablest and best known lawyers in the state, appears in another column. Mr. Kerr is no stranger to the majority of our read *rs, and needs no recommendation at our hands. The UNION is now $2.00 per year to new subscribers. Old subscribers, in order to keep the books straight, can renew their subscriptions up to the 1st July. Those who do not renew by that time, will 'be charged $2.00 for 1880. The 1st July makes the even half year. A Card. I have resumed my former practice in Princeton and will be glad to see all my old f...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 10 June 1880

Xry MAIM STREET, flour, Feed aid Meal Kept Constancy c/5 For Cash. Feed round to Ori! e. ii 4LLABOARD roi? VOL. IV. PRINCETON, MINN, Tlie Old tin-Reliable Firm of B. COWLE S & CO As Usual are in the Market With, a LARGE AND CAREFULLY SELECTED STOGE OF Goods, Groceries and Provisions, Taljle Cutlery English and AmericanIron Stone China, Hats and Ca/ps, Boobs and Shoes, Clothing, Con fectioiiaries, Tobacco and Segars, fyc. ill ff WEiCB WE WILL SELL AT WES O SUIT TBS TIES,1 And 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 Barne Quality of Goods can he Bought lor in the Slate. WE MEAN BUSINESSi i I qiVE US A CALL AND YOU WILL H- B. CCWLES lions Carefully OoiiipGiincisd at of the DayOr The Best Assortment of Goods in this Line North of St. Paul prul Drugs. Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Oils, Paint'1, turnery, Lamps, Brackets, Toilet Requisite!?, Combs, M.iri tal instruments, Tiusscs...

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 June 1880

HR1^ Cf\ $M N 4? Wit ffirinceton jgnion. B. a DUNN, Publisher. Terms:$1.60 per year in advance. THE LATEST NEWS. mMm.,^ Cosdensed Dally from the Most Reliable A* sedated Press and Special Telegrams. Wt i^ About the Indians. ^Denver, Colorado, advices of June 1, s& states GovPope Pitkin ha received a telegram from Gen sayingd he discredited the re V*" ports that Indians are now in North Park, as he has received information from Los Finos agency that the White RiverUtea are there at tending races on Ouray's farm, andthat Ouray denies that any of his Indians are in North Park, or have molested the whites. i Bismarck telegram May 31: The In dian attack on the Keogh stage route was not ao bad as reported. But one station was at tacked, four mules taken and two men killed Frank Jarvis, who has a family in Sioux Falls, and Sidney McQueen. The United States mails were delayed but not taken. It 1B thought the Indians were a band of young hacks from Standing Rock agency, going North tojoi...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 10 June 1880

anp Iffi 4 4a1 V* FACTS AND FANCIES IT is said the Vassar College girl 'who caught cold by drinking water from i damp tumbler is convalescent -%f I seems to be a universal practice thai when Bridget comesin to sweep, the whole family will get tip and dust. A BOX recently hanged' himself be cause somebody found fault with Mm." That boy was^Watnly not litr4-i/be an editor. r/" A MAN has ikvegfted a chair which can be adjusted to 8, different positions. It is designed for a boy to sit in when 4P^ having his hair cut. If|fef? "Wnvn you have some cream and V/Jtr* glucose in your ismaternal ^k^V of the yh%f* fr tyif* m. MMHHB ftp* J"^- the question now propoundedcoffee?" from the end breakfast"andpas"Yes," 1 a Ho MANY societies for the promotion of things are established that Johnny wants to know why somebody doesn't get up a society for the promotion of boys in school without making thexn^ study so. BxiAxo MANGE.Boil one and one-half ounces of isinglass, three ounoes of sweet and six bit...

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