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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 1 July 1880

"'''x I Don't forgot those Muscat Grape?, at Rines'. Dance in Masonic hall,' on the even ing of the 5th. ***''$?! Blueberries, home raised, are being brought to town by the fanners The dried Apple, at Rines\ fruit is the Alden It is thought the population of the town of Princeton will figure plose up to 1,000. Dr. Lynch, at his rooms at North {Star Hotel, extracts teeth by a pain jess method without extra charge. We have concluded not to worry our readers with a tax list this week. The festival at the M. E. church, Tuesday evening, was well attended. Thanks for that nice dish of ice cream. The saw mill and shingle mill is in operation. Mr. Soule is determined to finish the building of the new mill this fall. While John T. D. Sadley. the dusty miller, may swindle the grangers oc casionally, we must say he never cheats the printer. Town board of equalization met at the town clerk's office, Monday, and revised the assessment rolls. Very few alterations were made in the as sessor's figu...

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. — 8 July 1880

VOL. IV. 7 I qbji&l iff ".V tf1'- M. {i_$ -X at- *4WJ &\ 1 H-- to k" .&*$& &H "y\ vA -U t: tl -i TOILET 1':'-'. '4^B Po /5*w** BUT WI Lt EXHIBIT AT PnriGetohjThur^day,July 22 Hilliard and CONSOLIDATE SHOWS! An Astounding Aggregation of Colossal Circentian Conception. Sensational jStfeet Show. Progididus Parade of Pomp and Pageantry, awakening the enthusiasm of the Multitude by the Martial Strains of Pjrpf. King's Military Band! Every way the Peerless and Alone. It has no Equal. Inviting Investiga- tion! Inviting Criticism! Defying Competition! Acknowledged the Best, Moral in tone, overwhelming in Attraction. I everywhere wins the ap-( iroval of editors, teachers, savans and students. Unique in its missionUn- all others. I is _..,',.- Original, Entertanining and Instructive! Both Amusing and Teaching in its School of Physicial Culture and Educa- tional Department. It is the aim of the managers to please, and to that end ,po pains or expense have been spared to mak...

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. — 8 July 1880

X, Sg^j tffllTOipi rlWS^w "4fMi B. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms:$1.50 per year in advance. THE LATEST NEWS. orteucd Daily from the Most Reliable A* toelated PreM and Speelal Telegram*. A Vienna telegram of JUDO 28, says, war-like preparations arri proceeding there. There is much activity ^j|he. arsenal. The portehas telegraphedtothe authorities on the Greek frontier provinces for an exact re port of the Albanians under arms, condition of the country and its resources. Destructive Local Flood. A special et June 29, from Warsaw, DL, says the levee which protect* the bottom lands of the vicinity, has broken, and water is pouring through the crevasses 200 feet wide. All the wheat and corn and other crops will be lost, and 13,000 acres of land will be over flowed. The people are now engaged in get ing their live stock off the bottom lands. A Female Fiend. At Milwaukee, June 29, excitement WaB occasioned by the arrest of a womannamed Mrs. Van Kirk on the charge of poisoning her stepmother an...

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. — 8 July 1880

t% THE DOUBT* BtojrHackthe night,except the ghastlymooo.V ?em through berpaU to whisper "death is death.* Thefiercestsun shallwane beyond its noon: 3 The splendorof its glowing Is a breath "Behold In me all Hie.!" the dead moon salth.^ Yea, crumblingpeaks aud rustycraters drear, fM with skuU-likegaze, a dead world likea ghost. 1 Glides through oar night witIhth train!of deathlyhost Aud wherein the heavens sign *i*o $ Of deathless life? aglow beyond decline? *^f I One littlesparkoutside the realm of death? 'n Behold this shriveled husk,fittype of death. He sowethlTroad the heavens,andfins breath' |i May wakea germ of lifein sun or flower. ***& Fallbloom, and fruit in seons or an hour Souls casttheir busks for heavenlyendower. 3 And so dosuns (heirglorious vesturechange: Anddaisies wakefromout their winter's sleep. I His lift ebbs underall In music deep. Sometimes the shoot,sometimes the busk we see. Whycavil, child? Is it so passingstrange i ie did not counseltake of you and mer ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 8 July 1880

a ^'DOGWOOD BITTERS." [Oneday, about two years after "the '$ surrender," there stood on the sidewalk of a?large town in Virgina a negro school girl, swinging her satchel, twirling on her heel and tossing ner head, coquetting airly with a mulatto boy about her own age. '^"Vf* Presently there came walking feebly and slowly down the strees an old lady whose counteaance bore the trapes of sorrow as well as of years. The hair was parted on the lorehead and the pale face was framed in crape. As Mrs. Darring approached the rest ot our dramatist personae, the girl with a loud laugh and an elaborate air of not seeing her, swung her satchel round and struck the old lady a sharp blow on the breast. The dead hands of her boys must have been lifted in the grave at this affront to their mother but they were powerless, and she powerless as they. "Didn't go to hu't you," said the girl carelessly to Mrs.JParring"An' so Mr. Simpkins, you 'excuse me ot being a wuss flirt an' you is." The boy was embar...

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. — 8 July 1880

rr JMi %f "i v* ENDURANCE. How much the heart may bear nd yet not break, How much the soul may suffer and not die! I question much if any pain or ache 01 soul or body brings onrend more nigh. Death chooses his own time.tUl that has come All evils may be bonie. f|| We shrink and shudder at the surgeon's knife, Each nerve recoiling from the cruel steel Whose edge seems searching for the quiver ing life Yet to our sense the bitter pangs reveal Thattill, although the trembling flesh be ft torn, i*\ This also can be borne.4 4 ,J We see a sorrow rising in our way, And try to flee from the approaching ill, We seek some small escape, we weep and *ray But when the blow falls, then our hearts aretill Not that the pain is of its sharpness shorn, But yet it can be borne. We d our life about anotner life We hold it closer, dearer than our own Anon it faints and falls deadly strife, Leaving us stunned, andstricken and alone But, oh, we do not die with those we mourn, This, also can be borne. Beho...

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. — 8 July 1880

|8.S MOTHER WATCH THE LITTLE FEET. Mather'watch the little feet, Climbing o'er the garden wall,* Bounding through the busy-street, Banging cellar, shed and hall Never count the moments lost, Never mind the time it cost .Little feet will go astray Guide them, mother whil you may. Mother' watch the little hand, Picking berries by the way, Making houses In the sand, Tossing up the fragrant hay Never dare the question ask, Why to me thisweary task These same ittle hands may pri Messengers of light and love, Mother "Watch the little tongue Prattling eloquent and wild, JMSSJ, ftWi-^1 What is said and what is sung, *jW$W3} By the happy,joyous child, f*?*V#t3?*-A Catch the word while yet unspokift, f Stop rhe vow before'tls broken qfi $ The same tongue may yet proclaim^ lM S& 4 Blessings in a Savior's name. MiillRL Mother' watch the little heart,' ^V^/JS Beating soft and warm for you, *J&mx Wholesome lessons now impart ?y Keep, O keep that young heart true, A Extricating every weed,...

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. — 8 July 1880

tdm. ,Kt'M''f \,1 TV J?.Mi fa.-*" ft Ir lb^-444- ^iX01 THE TEAR. When man begins bis pilgrimage on earth, Forth Borings the tear the partner offetebirth. And, with the kiss that bids bixn welcome here, The mother'srapture trembles in the tear. As yearsglide by, and man matnrer grows, With passionsfirebisyouthful bosom glow* The virgin's eyesreveal that he is dear, And "I love thee," speaks eloquent the tear. How fairthetearon her fair cheek despned, When on her loved oneslook the future bride The twain madeone, illusions disappear, And toll and trouble br&g the bitter tear. '-%$ Yet. when man'upwardsseemof Sc-''''' hopes crumbling into dust. wife points full nolysa Tn trust Parte hour' hand tn f$f? To heaven's bright azure, to the starry sphere, And, "Oh,r despair net l" speakstheglisteningtear. old gow a $ts$-'-'''$"'-"-' Bu Ar is couch hissorrowing kindred stand as love's final tribute,pureand clear, Mows from each eye the fond, regretful tear. Lit with a glory borrowed from a...

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. — 8 July 1880

coun \l i 8al 1 'A 1 1"' SW^ W 8. 8. BanfordB Q% se3 8.8, Sanford e4 ne John McMinn nw% nM se^v |N. M. Smith ne^ 1. at*""JW I Beira of Martha McMinn ij 4 i as Delin't Tax List of Mille Lacs County for the Tax year 1879 State of Minnesota, 3,) District Court, 88. County of Mille Lacs,5 7lh Judicial District. The State of Minnesota to all persons, companies 'or corpor ations who have or claim any estate, right, title or interest in. claim to or lien upon any of the several pieces or parcels of land in the list hereto attached, described v& The list of faxes and penalties On real estate for the county W',t..'#, rf remaining delinquent on the first'day of June, A. D. 188G, has '^'"''M been filed in the office of the Clerk'6f the district court of the of Mille Lacs of which that hereto atyached' is a copy. ,..j A -_--t_ .is hereby required tofileinG dayclaim'any after the'last gubli-, writmg, setting forth any rt-'-sr objection onr' defease'you may have to the taxes and toenalties or...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 22 July 1880

**P*W^ -I t&kTiJr MfflmaMRMltMAiMHBtf GENERAL. MA*N STREET, MAIN STREET, Prescriptions Carefully Compounded at All Hours of theDayOr W The 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, Pocket Knives,Stationery, Candies Cigars, Tobacco,&c.&c. fleSnpr ani Sew Amewean 8twiag Machines Always on Bad and for Mahoney & Co. Dealers in Drugs and Medicines, Toilet Goods, Stationery, Wall Paper, Cigars. Confectionery, $c. Also Agents for the "NO.NEXPLOSIVE LAMP COMPANY," Of Cleveland. ^i^^, ..r''," i^t" =3x vi'A ^-~^^,^^^*s*^4^ fyPescriptfona carefatly Compounded and at the LOWEST PRICES N. E. JESMER, Dealer in OH' MERCHANDISE:, A Xar^e Stock of Staple and Fancy-Groceries, General and Fancy Dry Goods, Notions, Men and Boys' Ready Made Clothing, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Glassware China...

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. — 22 July 1880

Yttmlon Mnion. R^C. DtTN, Publisher. i-r- Terms:$1.50 per year in advance. THE LATEST1$EWS/ rateated Bail? from the Mart Sellable A* aoeiatad Press and Special Telegraau. Payment of the FrenchNational Debt In the Senate of JExance, July l^ibe minister of finance stated,the treasury would, during the current year, be able to redeem 167,000,000 francs worth of treasury bonds According to the lowest calculation, the reve nue would exceed the budget estimate by twenty PCT cent. *r Fatal Ditching of a Train. The passenger train going west, says a Winona telegram of the afternoon of July 10, on the Green Bay & Minnesota railroad was ditched between White Hall and Independ ence, and the engineer, Geo. Herbe, and the fireman, Moses Delrose, were killed, and the mail agent, G. P. Hebard, seriously in ured. b__- Burned to Death. On the evening of July 15, near Sala manca, N. Y., an oil pipe burst and the spurt ing oil by some means took fire. A five year old daughter of John Washburne was...

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. — 22 July 1880

H8EE THE EBONY BEDROOM. CHAPTEBL V, UFTEB THE BJSiL. I It was 8 o'clock of a dreary winter's day. M. Lecoq, on speoial duty at the Grand Opera ball, was on his way past the Grand Hotel when he met a police man who informed him that there was something up in the Rue Canmartin. However much he merited repose, M. Lecoq quickened his steps. But he had been anticipated by the Ward Gommis saire of Police. A crowd was at the carriage gateway of No. 35, counterbal ancing the cold with the heat of dis cussion. The detective lingered a mo ment to scrutinize the little mob, but it was composed entirely of neighbors, shop clerks, and innocent chance passengers. So he went into the princely mansion, which he knew to belong to the Count of Montfort Ste. Croix The first room on the first floor had been barricaded by a heavy piece of furniture which it had taken two power ful men to move back. The castors had been removed to prevent it being rolled away. .Not a thing in the dining-room had been dis...

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. — 22 July 1880

DIDNT THINK. Once a little trap was baited with some cheese, And it tickled a little mousie till it made him sneeze. "Danger!" said a wise old rat, "near it de not go!" ^Nonsense!" Baid the other, UI you know." do not think So he walked in boldly, nobody in sight first he took a nibble, then he took a bite. Close the trap together snapped as quick as wink Catching mousie fast there, 'cause he didnt thick. Once a little turkey, fond of her own way, Wouldn't ask the old one where to so or stay: She said, "I'm not a baby, here am half sprown Surely 1 am big enough to run around alone." Off she went, but somebody, hiding, saw her pass like Soon like snow, her feathers covered all the grass So she made a supper for a sly young mink, 'Cause she was so headstronir that Bhe didn't think. Once there was a robin lived outside the door Who wanted to go inside and hop upon the floor. "No, no," said the mother, "you must stay with me Little birds are safest sitting in a tree!" "I don't care," sa...

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. — 22 July 1880

4*3'^fe fcijj ffcC vV' 1 0 -TV 01 3 EL cc a "It )0 Bl THE TOKEN. BY R. H. BTODDAJRD. Clad in purple, he sat in his palace, A powerful king, in the days of old They brought him wine in a beautiful chalice, Whose gems were crusted in beaten gold. "Who hathjewels like mine?" demanded The boastful monarch and straightway then, Through his men-at-arms, who at oace dis banded, Came one who looked like the Man of men. He came in proudly, and held up a jewel, Held it with both hands over his head Its light was lovely, its light was cruel But, cruel or lovely, the light was red. It shot outsparks it was a Glory, A terrible splendor, a heartef lire No one light like it, in song or story, For who had that had his soul's desire! Its brightness shone over land and ocean, Far-reaching,a dazzling, blinding light, Creating wonder and strange devotion, A sense of love, and the sense of might. "Who hath jewels like thine9" demanded This Man of men. "Look at my great gemI It grew where the rivers are ...

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. — 22 July 1880

WHY DO I SING BY MBS. LOU 8. BEDVOItD. Ahydolsing? 'Tia hard to tell Why joyous notes my bosom swell "Why strains of music, "wild and free, Gush forth in tuneful harmony, When, underneath a thin disguise, A Borrowing heart so often lies. I singthe siren voice of song Bears my enchanted soul along The stream of time to that blest shore Where mortal cares are felt no more And heaven itself were not complete Without the sound of music sweet Why do I smile? Why, mirrored here, On brows so used to pain and care, Are gentle smiles that softly chase Each other o'er a care-worn face? The heart o'ercast with^grief the while And yet'mid unshed tears I smile. I smile, because to nature true like gleams of sunshine breaking through The rifted clouds, when storms are past Though soft white clouds still overcast The azure sky, to cheer the scene Bright rays of sunlight burst between. Why do I weep? Alas! these tears Cannot efface the stains of years 'Tia grace alone can save, I know, And yet, 'ti...

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. — 22 July 1880

4 JO HN SMI TH is dead. That fine young man Well never see no more He was a member of our club Since 1864. His private virtues were immense, His manner free and bluff He wore a paper collar And was never known to muff. 1 His nose was Roman and his eyes Continually were peeled He made a splendid umpire And beautiful left field. Though not a matrimonial man He dearly loved a match, And, like his sister, had but few Superiors on the catch." But he is gone. With ins and outs Forever he is done. He broke his heart and burst his spleen In making a home run. THE YOUNG MISTRESS. Little Bertie and "Angie Whipple were visiting their aunt in the country, who, when her work was done up in the af ternoon, entertained them by relating the following story: Both of you children have seen the big house on the hill, with its observa tory, French windows and broad piazza weft, there the Eushtons lived, when I was young, and my home was in the lit tle buff house near by, and my father carried on the Ku...

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. — 22 July 1880

PERSONAL* Geoige Reynolds is quite sick with the consumption and is not expected to recover. Bro. Oscar Cutter, of Anoka, came along with the gangof "hut-builders," Friday evening. He is a jolly good fellow. Another doctor in town, a brother to Dr. J, P. Caldwell. Mr. Caldwell appears to be a very intelligent gen tleman. Messrs. T. H. Caley, C. H. Fines and A. P. Harmon have all purchased^ residence lots in Barker's addition to Princeton. The present landlady of the Amer ican House, Mrs. Henry Webster, is a worthy successor to the late lament ed Mrs. F. M. Campbell. The UNION is sorry to learn that Mr. Wheeler Barnum, of Spencer Brook, is not improving as fast as his friends desire. Messrs, E. G. Clough and Wm. King, of Spencer Brook and Wyanett, were in town, Saturday, dressed up in their Sunday-go-to-meeting duds. Miss Blackburn, of Vinton, Iowa, is up here on a visit to her sister, Mrs. Scott M. Justice. Miss Blackburn is deprived of her eyesight, but is asUnion sweet voiced sing...

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. — 29 July 1880

VOL. IV. 1 -ft i i i y 1 *C a )0' i a a GENERAL MAIN STREET, MAIN STREET/, 81 W* J^*iHMKIW*^*HaNBS#SISTE"!5 Prescriptions Carefully Compounded at All Hours of the Dayjr Night. The Beat 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, Pocket Knives,Stationery, Candies Cigars, Tobacco, &c fcc. Tie Singer ani Sew American Sewing Machines Always on Band and for Sals Cheap Mahoney & Co. Dealers in Drugs and Medicines, Toilet Goods, Stationery, ^Tall Foyer, Cigars. Confectionery, #c. Also Agents for the "Np.NEXPLf)SIVE LAMP COMPANY," Of Cleveland^'" t^^escriptions Carefully Compounded and N. E. JESMER, Dealer in ix.-(^tji W*~k~* at the LOWEST PRICES MERCHANDISE, A Large stock of ptaple and Pancy'.Oroceries, General and Fancy Dry Goods, Notions, Men and Boys' Ready Made Clothing, Hats and Caps, Boots and...

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. — 29 July 1880

JP^ rimtton trion. R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms:$1.50 per year in advance. THE LATEST NEWS. niund Daily from the Host Sellable A ociatod PreM and Special TelegraaM. Population of Minnesata Towns. The ]ate census shows the following: Stillwater 9,059 Dulutb, 3,487 St.Cloud,2,464 Anoka, 2,076 Fergus Falls, 1,654 Crookston, 1,280. Indians in the Black Hills. Reports reached Deadwood on the morning of July 17, that 500 Indians ap proached Spearfish the night before and had a dance. They had been engaged in killing cattle. Spearfifah is fifteen miles northwest of this city. Several parties have organized and started out. Boiler Explosion. What is known as the Cone flouring mill at St. Genevieve, Mo., operated by Maun tel, Burgees & Co., of this city was nearly de molished by the explosion of a boiler, July 16. Engineer Coneman was instantly killed. Sup erintendent Martin Meyer fatally scalded, and another employe named Stiles seriously injur ed. Loss $10,000 to $16,000. Killed by the...

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. — 29 July 1880

li i 1 -f i I n v it a re a i )C yi a O UR YOUNG FOLKS. Violets. Star eyesbeauty of the spring, Where thy blossoms form ring, Fairies come to dance and sing. Fairies come to sing nd dance, So 'tis told in old romance So yon may believe, perchance, Ton may watch and you may wait At the circle long and late, Fabry forms you will not meet. There's a fairy nearer by, You may find, if you will try. Would you ask me "how" or "why?" Ixrving words and gentle deed, Bowing good, like precious seed, Helping those who stand in need, Form the fairy's magic art, Fbrm of fairy life a part, Train a fairy in your heart One Vulnerable Point. A step in the room opposite. The lit tle girl stepped hastily away from the safe, before which she was standing, and was gazing intently out of the window. The door was opened and her mother entered. Have you been into the sugar-bowl again, Hattie?" she asked. No, ma'am," replied the child, inno cently. But the chubby little face, framed in the clustering ringlet...

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