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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 10 June 1880

Kit ~y,' *t farfv-' T9K WATER-MILL. Alii'. listen to the water-millall the livelong d the creakin hours away How theereakiiig of the wheel'wean %m. languidly the water glides useless on and Never comingback again to the water-mill And a proverb haunts my mind a*the spell is cast, -j- *The mill will never grind with the water that has passed.'" Take the lesson to yourself, loving*heart and true, Golden years are passing by~youth is pass. ing.too-^ Try to make the most of life, lese no honest .way All that you can call your own. lies in this today. Power, intellect and strength man not, can not last, The mill will never grind with the water that has passed. Oh! the wasted hours of life that have flitted by Oh! the good we might have donelost with out a sigh, Love, that we might once have saved with but a single word. Thoughts conceived but never pennedper ishing unheard. Take the lesson to your heart, take, Oh! hold it fast, The millswill never.grind !piU! ha passed Ji"t' /I' EHered '...

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 June 1880

1 7 "fHETKntirnfe" 1 A ttto of schools^ huddled together, Beguiling an hourrtdulLstormy weather anted note withdrawn from its eater, A chorus of Toicee: *0fie!ftlover!" A gem-studded locket, In which was set The exquisite face of a dark-eyed brunette 'TIShidden sway with a sigh ofregret Ah! the pastthat's recalled by that little vh nettel t& Aflerce battle raging men fight handtohand Who both were brought up in the very same land, Bee! the standard's cutdown 'midthecannon's hoarse roar, And he who once held it will never speak more. A cold lifeless fern on a hospital bed 'Tift only the body,.the spirit has fled Hung round his neck, with his life blood still wet, A slender gold chain and a little vignette.., i :?MISS MAHONEY'S LACE.*' Hi: Theyas were having a good time at the farm pleasant apart of gay girl graduates as could well be put together, whenof Miss Mahoneyr arrived upo thse scene action and he appearancen wa certainly like a wet blanket on all pleas ure. The farm was o...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 10 June 1880

N-rf OUR YOUNG FOLKS. Oomc hither, good Rover, come hitherto me Tour grave, honest face Tm delighted to BM You seemtohave somethingimportant to say What is it, good RoverT Come,tell me, I pray. Have yon come to relate your adyentorea this With the hen and the chickens, and cow in the earn. Be you think, my bra\)Bovery twa* doing quite To-give Biddy and chicks mch a,fright* Old Mpoly, not easily driven away, Thought a breakfastof oor was much better than hay, And when at the last you convened her to yield, With airs quite indignant she quitted the field, And now for a frolic an ready you look- Stop, stop, you bold robber come back with my Here, into the water, and bring me thia atone mf That's it, my fine feDow, the very aame one. Kow, he down a while on the turf at my feet, *t And keep Terystintill my task iaoompMe: Thengood-DytobookSjwaTlbeoffforawalk, Awhile with we birda and theflowersto talk. & 4 Items: A. Story for the Little Folks "Take eare of the minutes and the hours -w...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 10 June 1880

i FOltTY-SJXTH CONGRESS. SKNATE, May 31.-Tho bill was repor ted favorablyforthe relief of the Ponca In dians. The committee on adjournment refus ed to report hack the House resolution for ad journment, May 31, deeming the business would not Warrant adjournment before June 10, if then. Senator McMillan introduced a bill for the relief of certain settlers on swamp lands in Minnesota. Referred. The House Joint resolution*relative to a removal of re strictions on the importation f tobacco pass ed. A joint resolution passed authorizing the sale of certain lands to the Port Huron & Northwestern railroad. The House bill passed fixing times and places for holding circuit courts in. Iowa, and for other purposes. The Yorktown monument Joint resolution was amended by striking out an appropriation to defray the expenses of celebration. A resolu tion was adopted calling on the President for information relative to tne appointment of census supervisors. The report of the com mittee of confere...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 10 June 1880

Nt 'A )t "v,,.. Kepiiblican, indicia! Convsa'icn* A REPUBLICAN ConveDt'on lie Seven*h ifaci'cial Dis jet \ri.1 meet a Barnum'shaH in the vflcie of Sack Ce.::- tre, on ibe 33h day of Jny 1880,10 BOOD inate a candidate for Judge of Toe tad district. The counties compjis'ng ssdd will be eniiiled to the fo'Iowicg repre sentation in said coomy, to-vsit Benton, 1. $/, Douglass, 3. *ct to new subscribers. Old subscribers, in order to keep the books straight, can renew their1 ESTRYAED. From my camp, on Bradberry Brook one lawn color and white Jertey cow, fiv years old, one roan and white, Grad Short Horn heifer, three years old, on roan and white, Grade Short Horn heii r, one year old and one red and white Grade Short Horn bull, one year old Any person giving information as to thei whereabonts and caring for ihein till the can be removed, will be.euitahly ed. on A LSMler of Opinion. It need not be aaid that the PIONERK PRESS, by its intelligent, candid and mdupeudeut discussion of ail the p...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 24 June 1880

MAIN STREET, CO LADIES The Old Un-Reliable Firm of H. B. COWLE S & CO As Usual are in the Market W itli a LARGE AND CAREFULLY SELECTED STOCK 2 Goods, Groceries and Provisions, *Wable Cutlery English and AmericanIron Stone ukhxa, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Clothing, Con fectionaries, Tobacco and Segars, c. ill O WBCB WE WILL SELL AT PEICES O SUIT TH E TIES. And we 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. W E MEAN BUSINESS* i GIVE US A CALL AND YOU WILL BE CONVINCED. H. B. COWL.ES &u CO-., Prescriptions Carefully Compounded at All Hours of thaDayOr Night. The Best Assortment of Goods in this Line North of St. Paul and Minneapolis. Drugs. Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Oils, Paints, Dyes, Colors, Per fumery, Lamp?, Brackets, Toilet Requisites, Combs, Musical Instruments', Trusses, Pocket Books,.. Pocket Knives*,Statione...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 24 June 1880

B. C. DUNK, Publisher. Terms:$1.50 per year in advance. -THE LATEST JflBWS. Daily from the Meet Sellable A satiated PreM and Special Telegrams.s$- iMKs"*? Stillwater. ir-wj** The flood at Stillwater is very threat enlng but the booms hare notabroken as yet There hat been some flooding of cellars but no serious damage. Erery possible precau. Hon is being resorted,to prevent the bursting of the booms. ^ijMSiff Lake Pepin Steamer Accident ''_^' On Tuesday morning, June 18, tne steamer Pepin plying between Maiden Bock and Reed's Landing and intermediate points on Lake Pepin, blew her cylinder head out while off Central Point on her down trip. Fortunately no one was injured or damage done save the delay in repairing the fractured engine, which consumed the entire day. Colorado Greenbackers. A dispatch from Denver, of June 18, says. The State Greenback convention met here to-day, and nominated Col. J. Chittenden for governor, Albert Campbell for lieutenant governor J. W. King secretary of...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 24 June 1880

it at It, BVRt E NOT I N THE DESERT i -WASTE* sr BODEBT r. V&XK" [The following lines ere intended as a companion to MIM M. Louisa Chitwood's beautiful gem of a poem, entitled "01 BnryMeNotin toe Deep, Deep OI bury me not in the desert tuM^^^' From the dark blue rolliug, sea,, ~,'hw* Where on arid vute beneath some-star T-f Expands itself to me ft'Jranl'r Tor no growth is there, .no life to there, HssU 4 No roses to bloomin prime, feuSaftSr No birds are there, no life there, X^V^F* And no beautiful summer of timeI O! bury me not in the desert sad, Far off from the sunny lea. Where no bird-songs ever make us glad, As wafted from some tree. For sands are there, and death is there, And the piercing sun-rays heat The heads of those who travel there, In rounding up their beat. 0 bury me not in the arid waste, Where the sun-lit sands do burn, For they hnunt us not with Pleasure's taste, Nor the mailna that we earn. For bones are there, and skulls are there, And devastation reigns Ko h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 24 June 1880

If lis mm SONG. m? !Tos k: \mMi Here's to Donegal ^Aud her people brave and tallfe Here'sto Antrim, to Leitrim andDerryv Here's to Cavan and to Louth, Here's to Carlow in the South, Here's to Longford, to Waterford and Kerry. Chorus: Then clink glasses, clink, 'Tis a toast for all to drink, And let every voice come in atth chorus For Ireland is our home, And wherever we may roam We'll be true to the dearlaud that bore us. n. t4 Here's to Tyrone, k, Here's to her whose stroke Broke the hateful penal yoke, t* Where O'Neill lone held his own. Here's to Monaghan, Fermanagh and to Kil dare, boys A i And you know that's the brave County Clare, boys. ChorusThen Clink glasses, etc. III. Here's to Siigo and to Down, To Armagh of old renown Here's to Kilkenny famed in story Here's to Wexford o'er whose name Shines a crown of deathless fame And here's to Royal Meath andher glory. ChorusThen clink glasses, ete. IV. Here'sto Galway and Mayo That never feared a foe Here's to Wicklow, its peaks an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 24 June 1880

a SMALL BEGINNINGS. A. traveler through a dusty road strewed acorns OH the lea Aud one took root and sprouted up, and grew into a tree. Love sought its shade, at evening time, to breathe its early vows And age was pleased, in heats of noon.to bask beneath its boughs The dormouse loved its dangling twigs, the bird* sweet music bore It stood a glory in its place, a blessing ever. 5 more. n**-A yrinc ir $ spring had lost its way amid theerass Uttl $m and fern, "mA passing stranger scooped a well, where weary men might turn gvHe walled it in, and hung with care a ladle at the brink He thought not of the deed he did, butjudged that toil might drink. He passed again, audio! the well by sum mere never dried, Had cooled ten thousand parching tongues. and saved alife beside. A dreamer dropped a random thought it Was old, and yet 'twas new A simple fancy of the brain, but strong in be ing true. It shone upon a genial mind, and lo! its light became A lamp of life, a beacon ray, a monitory flam...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 24 June 1880

"V** A SlfflDB-BBPS ItlOHT. Ihedayisdrawing'toacloae The golden eurainain theweat JBpeak of & night of calm repose, I* And tired nature at__i to rest 6'er the edge of ettverjr clouds, Fa?Inthe westernbortson, In attvery linedend goldenal_~ Slowly lowersthe Betting BUD. SvUt ?t^, ^f Now the dew of eretofalling O'er nature's carpet soft and green, One by one the stars appearing Lend rays of light upon the scene. The starry banners of the sky Shed o'er eartn their radiant light^-Kf And Luna, from her throne onhigh, _t Essays to make the darkness bright In. the soft moonlight, cool and still, jDewdropsglisten on the flowers ,X Overthe falls and near the mills, Buns the waterin wavy showers, uf4 Now weary brother seek thy rest, While angels are fondly watching O'er the weary and o'er toe blest As the hoars of night are passing. ff Now we feel no care nor sorrow On this side the river we rest Ere the dawning of the morrow We may be resting with the blest, A fairer mora for us Is comin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 24 June 1880

}f & 'A Battlesnake Coneerfcl? "Talk about snakes," remarked an old frontiersman, "there are more snakes in Arizona than ever existed in Ireland before good old St. Patrick came along and gave them the grand bounce. "Why, I have been everywhere waded Southern swamps when I would have to stop a minute, the water up to my chin, to allow a drove or school of water-moc casins or cotton-mouths to go by up in the far Northwest and British America I have lived like a fighting-cock and to the Queen's taste for weeks at a time on snake steak, but I saw more rattlesnakes down in Arizona one summer than ever before in my life, all put together. ^Down there tbey don't go in pairs, ^ijjte, clusters, or droves, but in columns, just ?TSL for the world like the children of Israel ^got up and tramped out of Egypt with %$ Moses and Aaron in the van, and Jo- _, seph, with his circus coat, bringing up the rear. I and a friend went over in the Tombstone country, among the hills on a prospecting expe...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 24 June 1880

Teeth Extracted Witn- .(& out Paln.jfv Drs. Clements abd Todd extract teeth without the least pain or damage to any one by a now and simple process, also fill the natural teeth with any of the materials now in use. Artificial teeth made in any number from a single tooth, to a full setl They will remain in Princeton until July 6th. Office at American House Parlor, PERSONAL. C. H. Rines leit for the saintly city, Tuesday evening. Miss Abbie Davis has been quite sick since Tuesday last. Site is re covering. Henry Campbell drove "aver the stage, Friday, and shook hands with his many friends in Princeton. Mr. Cooper, Kelly's right hand bower, was in town, Monday, displaying his samples of teas, etc. Joe Libby has been in town since Saturday, doctoring one oi his stage horses. Joe says the nag will pull through all right. Charlie Foss. N. B. Harwood & Co's popular "drummer," came up Friday evening, and remained till Monday morning. John McKenzie, one of Head & Lor ing's assist...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 1 July 1880

7. C/ try iARG '*r*fr The Grand G. H. ^s^r^sste The Old Un-Rcllable Firm of E E COWLES 1 As Usual arein the Market With a AND CAREFULLY SELECTED STOCK /fry Gtyoefc, Groceries and Provisions, Table Cutlery English and Armricartr-Iron Stone China, Hats and Caps, itarf* and Shoes, Clothing, Con fectionaries, Tobacco and Segars, fyc. Ali WBHS-. WE -1U SQL AT PRICES' O I I O And we 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 Bane Quality of Goods can be Bought for in the State. Wf JVIEAN BU8INE88i',r QIVE .US 4 CALL AND YOU WILL BE CONVINCED. H. B. CCWLES& CO-, MAIN STREET, PRINCETON, Prescriptions Carefully Compounded at All Hours of the DaMjr Night I The B*st Assortment of Goods in this Line North of Bt. Paul and Minneapolis. Drugs. Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Oils, Paints, Dyes, Colors, Per fumery, Lamps, Brackets, Toilet Requisites, Combs, Musical Instruments, trusses. Pocket Boo...

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. — 1 July 1880

r H Jgrinceton jUJnian. K. C. DUNN, Publisher Terms:~$1.5frpfaF year in advance. I "Ml i THE LATEST NEWS. toaftramd Daily from tk Moat Reliable A* delated Presi and Special Telegram. ^,^X Ben Hill Biacnarfced. In the suit in "Washington city of Jes sie Raymond against Senator Hill, charging seduction and claiming $10,000 damages^Judge Wylie, June 19, sustained the. demurrer of de fendant, in which it was asserted plaintiffs allegations were fake and that there was no cause for actio Death !fChftAHseoverer of Gold in California. Genj. John Sutter, discoverer of gold in California, died in Washington city June 18th. He had been sick about a week with inflam mation of the kidneys. His aged widow re sides at Letis, Lancaster county, Pennsylvania, to which place the remains had been taken for nterment Kentucky Youthful Education. The Louisville Curier Journal has a Lancaster, Ky., special of June 19th,4s follows. This evening two boys, L. Gallagher, 14, and 8. Mullln, aged 15, quarreled,...

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

t%ma 1 ki THE HIDDEN TREASURE. Iln theearlydaysdidIdlystand Lord of the harvest came,an*, la myhand Placing thislamp,said: "Lo, within theland A lavishtreasureseek,and thoushalt find," "M With tremblingnandthelltttelamp I shield, Searchingwitheagereyesthrough all the field '.fi^-i She task seems hopeless. WillItevervield *fi Ihelooked-for treasuretomy heartandmind? $r\ Thereapers, singing,pressoneitherside,.... Thefieldsof golden grainspread broadandwide. _,, "We feedthe hungry Scatone passingcried. I shieldmy littlfelatate and tremblingstand 1 dare net think thos that crytorbread Frommock gleaming of the scythels I torn my head. The me now but shal be glad Instea WhenJ the treasurefindbid In theland. femesportupon the borders of the field. Plucking theflower*theirsunnypathdothyield Theystrive.In sport,tobreakthe lamp I shield, Laughingwithsunnyeyesand dimplingcheek. And now again I hearthe reapers*song Withglowingeyesthey bear their grain along, Bovad np in sheaves. Their work is b...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 1 July 1880

"*U^ *r i"^^**^ tf&tf i FIVE. "But a week Is so longr- he said, ZW* "With atoss of his curly head, iTv "One, two, three, four five, six, sevens* Sevea whole days. Why, in six, you know ^J" (YousaldityourselfT-youtoldmeso), & *&*, The great God up in Heaven Hade all the earth and the seals and skies, The trees andthe bu-ds and thebutterfliesI Howcan I wait for ray seeds to grow "But a month is so long!" he said. With a droop ot his boyish head, "Hear me countone two, three, four i Four whole weeks, and three days more: Thirty-one days, and each will creep AB the shadows crawl over yonder steep Thirty-one nights, and I shall lie Watching the stars climb up the sky 1 "t How can I wait till a month is d'er 'But a year Is so long!" he said. Uplifting his bright young head. "All the seasons must come and go Over the hills with footsteps slow Autumn and winter, summer and spring Ob, for abridge of gold to fling Over the chasm deep and ThatI might cross to the other side, Where ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 1 July 1880

AW 1 A WOBD TO THE WISE. Love bailed a little maid, Romping tbrongb tbe meadow Heedless la thesun sbe played* st.-^ 8c0rnl\il of tbe shadow. "Come wHh me," whisperedhe "Listen,sweet, toloveand reason,^ "JBy and by,"sbe mocked reply, Love not In season." ^J^\4s"''^'/^ Years wentyears came, ""-*\$*%fe2. V&,,. Light mixed with shadow *t^y & i Love metthe maid atjaln, Dreaming through the meadow. $h,v* "Not so coy'* urged the boy, "List in time to loveand reason." "By and by." she mused reply, "Love isstill in season.' **P,% Years wentyears came, 1 Light changed to shadow? ^H& Sistancethfrom 4 4 Lovesaw the maid again, Waiting in tbemeadow. "Pats no more, my dream Iso'er, I can listen now to reason "Keepthee coy, whispered theboy, "Love a quite outof season.' art of Year is passed by them at a land but they flock to barren and almost inaccessible rocks to breed. There the female lays her one dirty-white egg in a slight depression upon the bare earth, the sitters being freque...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 1 July 1880

4fi N *k. '^KJ it ^4t i n, in.i^jiiiMiiio\t* FRIENDS OF LONG AGO. .When I sit the twilight gloaming,'1 f$W And the busy streets grow shli, i i dream of the wide, green meadows, And the old housse on the hill- I can see the rose blooming Ahont the doorway low, *%,$ p Again my heart gives greeting iJ^-\v^4 To the friends of lone ago #J%, Dear long ago K^X lean see my mother sitting, vpfr^*?J'* Witn life's suowflakeij in bei%air, And she smiles above her knitting, And her face is saintly fair. And I see my father reading 1 i From the Bible on his knee, And again I hear him praying AB he used to pray for me So long ago' I see all the dear old faces Of the boys and girls at home, As I saw them in the dear old days Before we learned to roam And I sing the old songs ovei With the friends I used to know, And my heart forgets its sorrow^ In its dream of long ago! Dear long ago! How widely our feet have wandered From our old home's tender ties, Some are beyond the ocean, And some are beyond t...

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

1 mm MISS ELIZA'S LAST SCHOOL. "Esquire Mason., from the Centre, has just driven into the yard," said Mrs. Dea con Carpenter to her old maid daughter, Miss Eliza, who was at that moment standing by the kitchen cooking table, dettly and energetically moulding bread. "Hark? Jane has gone to foe door per haps he wants her to take ne ot the town schools he is chairman of the!new school board, you know. No, he is asK ing for you. May be he Vanb a wile, he is a widewet, you are awafje^doubt- less," added the mother, with/ 'A teasing laugh, for only the yet fair. 3s weft as frank, capable Miss Eliza hdrself vcould tell how many widowers had come to her for consolation/tfnd had been sent pre emptoril^on their way. or- \Jf. "He Won't be likelyjto call xhere Ithan "once," resporfde& Miss Eliza,.** she ''pro- ceeded to wash her hands, take off her kitchen apron, roll down her sleeves over her plump arms, and fresh and dainty in her pretty ruffled, wrapper, she entered the well furnished si...

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