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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 29 July 1880

THENAND NOW. BX OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES. [Read at the centenary of theAmerican Acad emy of Arte and Science.! Dear ancient school-boy! Nature taught to them The simple lesson, of thestarandthe flower. Showed them strange sights how on a sin gle stem- Admire the marvels of Creative Power! Twin apples grew, one sweet,theothersour. How from the hilltop where our eyes behold In every rank the plumed and bannered maize Range its long columns in the days of old The live volcano shot its angry blaze, Dead since the showers of Noah's watery days. How,whenthelightningsplitthemightyrock, The spreading fury of the shaft was spent How the young scion joined thealienstock, And when andwhere thehomelesssparrows went To pass the winter of their discontent. Scant were the gleaming in those days of dearth No Culvier yet had clothed the fossil bones Thatslumbered. waitingforthen*secondbirth No Lyell read the legend of he stones Science still pointed to hei empty thrones. Dreaming orbs to eyes of earth ...

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. — 29 July 1880

i*r 11 1 1 'I 5] -TV 31 v it cc a ~u )0 a THE LITTLE MAN IN GHAY. MJLRY A. BARR. There's a little man in gray, That many times a day Passestoothup and down our quietstreet He stops at every door, Therichman's and the poor Then hurries on with quick unresting feet. He does not care to speak To men whom he must seek, He never knowshow anxiously they wait, He sees no watching eyes, No looks of soft surprise, Onward he goes like some calm restless fate. Withm his hand he bears A thousand hopes and cares, Sealed tokens forthe young, the old, the gay, No word of Gear orKing Can half such changesbring, No one is watched for like tie man gray The merchant risking gold In ventures manifold, The lover pining for his ladj'6 gra*e Parents that fondly pray For children far away The statesman plotting for some power or place, The brave manfightingbard For some well-earned reward, And timid youths that only watch forbread All meny where'er they stay, Watch for the man in gray, And hear with beatin...

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. — 29 July 1880

ONE LOAF FOB POOR KAIX BTTOOLELUTE. -v i Flue, Mister, I'd not forward be, But Katy, airshe's starvin' now An' could yez give wan loaf tew me, Tew tape the death sweat from her brow I "Who's Katy?" She's my poor wife, sir. Ye' seen bright rpses in her face, Whin, wan year past I widded her, An'nowthe blue veins in their place.. This mornin', I hed stayed my hand Hed lost all hopeexcept to die, Whin Katie looked far e'er the land, An' saw yer mast flag floatin' high. Ah how her bine eyes lit wid joy! My poor, frail darlint, once so fair I cried right ont as whin a boy An', crazy like, toyed wid her hair. Sed she, Look down the channel there! The stars and stripes, er shure, Jamie Onld Ireland's poor, wid song and prayer, Shall live tew bless Amerike. Go, Jamie111 not be afraid. Theremind me notan' dry yer eyes Ye know the holy father said, Kind Uncle Sam would hear our cries. Wan loaf, ax thim, fer poor Katy, Fer sake of baby tew be born 11 am then alive, Jamie Afore dawn o' anither ...

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. — 29 July 1880

How to be a Lawye r. The Hon. Leonard Swett addressed a class of law graduates at Chicago, in which he gave them the following ad vice as to how to be lawyers. said: First of all, he should start poor. The speaker remembered that when he was a law student he went into the office of John Neal, the poet who composed a noted ode to the American eagle. Mr. Neal remarked to him You are poor, are you not? Then you will succeed." Poverty is the only substantial hope o a young lawyer. The law is a profession of unrelentless, unremitting labor. Nothing but the whip and spur of ne cessity will urge a young lawyer to suc cess. I is doubtful if any man ever gets entirely rid of the agony that takes pos session of him in his first effort at pub lic speaking. The speaker counseled the advisability of young law students going to the country to begin their law practice, for there the best opportunities for use of the speaking faculties occur, and the i most frequent and constant practice. ,H I the ...

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. — 29 July 1880

PERSOW^l.. Rev. Mr. Tarbox and son,'of Elk River, paid the UNION a pleasant vis it, last Thursday. Dr. N. K. Whittemore, of Elk Riv er, was in town, Sunday evening, ou piofessional business. Mrs. N. E. Jesmer has gone to Fer gus Falls to visit at Mr. John Allm's She will remain for a' hionth or so. Major Fridley made another of his monthly visits to Princeton on Tues day, and as usual wore a smiling coun tenance. Will Cilley has been buggy-riding too much with the girls of late, and now he has got the measles and is laid Up for repairs. Mr. and Mrs. George Warren, of St. Paul, returned home, Monday morn ing, after a five day's sojourn at Mr. F. M. Campbell's. On Tuesday, Mrs. Albert Jones re turned from St. Paul, where she hadbid been to purchase a fresh supply of fancy goods for the New Drug htore. J. T. D. Sadley and C. Rines are both down river not on a spree, but on business. For, -business be fore pleasure," is the motto of both these gentlemen. Soda water and cigars were free ...

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. — 5 August 1880

1 )l IC 0 11 li ic 11 i DG ja On fO a i ft VOL. IV. J, M3rp "h GENERAL. MAIjf STREET, MAIN STREET, Prescriptions Carefolly Compounded at All Hours of the Dayjjr Night. The Best Assortment of Goods in this Line Noith of St. Paul and Minneapolis. Drugs. Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Oils, Paints, Dyes, Colois, Per fumery, Lamps, Biackets, Toilet Requisites, Comb*, Musical Instiumenls, Trusses, Pocket Books, Pocket Knives, Stationery, Candies Cigars, Tobacco, &c &c. fa Singer a i fa Aasica Sewing Machines Always on gaud ui fa? Sale Chay Mahoney & Go. Dealers in prugs and Medicines, Toilet Goods, Stationery, Wall Paper, Cigars. Confectionery, J-c. Also Agents foi the .^'NO,NEXPLOSIV LAMP COMPANY,", Of Cleveland. Caiefully Compounded and at the LOWEST PRICES N. E. JESMER, Dealer in A Large $tOck of Staple nnd Fancy Gioceiie*. General and Fancy Diy Goods. Notions, Men and Boys' Ready Made Clothing, Hats and Cap*, Boots and Shoes, Glasswaie, China and Stoneware, Cigars and Tobac...

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. — 5 August 1880

R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms:$1.50 per year in advance. -I,. i I.I-I ~"*~mt THE LATEST NEWS. aieuMd Daily from the Host Reliable X oeiated Preaa and Special Telegram*. Was It Suicide? A Rochester, Minn., telegram of July 26, Bays A. M. Wintersteine of Lebanon, St. Clair Co., Wis., either suicided or by the mis take of a clerk in compounding a prescription received morphine instead of quinine. He lived nearly twenty-four hours after taking five grains. Assassination. A Yazoo county ,Miss., telegram of July 20, says, Dr. M. F. Wil'iani3,of Mechaaicsbnrg, was assassinated while riding home Saturday night. His horse reached home riderless, and search being made the doctor's body was found. A negro was arrested on suspicion and has since confessed the guilt. He says he -was paid to kill thejdoctor. Great Fire at Qmncy. At Quincy, 111., July 28, a fire broke out in E. Pfanschmidt's plaining mill, corner of Ohio and Fifth streets, in the manufactur ing districts, and at 11:60 the mill 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. — 5 August 1880

31 Official Returns of tte First Census District BLUE BAOTH COUNTY. Beauford Butternut v*y Cambria Peresco Danvillo. Pecoria Warden City.." Jamestown... ndson Lake Crystal. Leroy Ciime. Lincoln Lyra 1880 698 614 344 515 707 673 817 603 631 483 1170 694 520 900 1870 336 690 330Majleton 313 657 2621 1301 234 661 360 448 744 495 43X Slbin Pottonwood. Eden Home Lake Hanska Leavenworth Linden Mtlford Hew Ulm city Pralrieville Mankatotown Mankatocity. McPherson.. Medo Pleasant Mo'd Rapidan Shelby South Bend.. Sterling Vernon Total. 422 713 74(J 194 607 431 779 215 433 4571 632, 1060 336 432 731 728 2471 552 Arm amo Amboy. Caraon Dale Deltoa Germ&ntown. Great Bend.. Window vil'e HlffhWaur.. Ashland Oanisteo..... Claremont.... Claremont v'e Concord Ellington.... Hayfleld Mantorville Mantorville 649 Albert Lfa. "city Alden village., 878 Oarston Freeborn Freeman.... Geneva Hartland.... Hayward.... Amherst...., Atendabl Beaver,....., Bloomfleld... Bristol Canton Carimona... Carrollton.... ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 5 August 1880

i KMHP1^ LOVE'S DAWN AND DEATH. A year ago for you, dear, and for me. Love was a new-born bright and fairything It turned all earth to heaven, all grief to glee, We sighed for joy and eang for Borrowing In that sweet Spring. How could we guess that Love would e'er grow cold Who saw its infant hours go by i How could we know its kisses would grow Who kissed so oft? and how could you and I Dream Love could die? And yet for us Love lives no more to-day, Though how it did not you nor I can tell We only know its charm has passed away, That we can ne'er rebind a broken spell, And so farewell! The world is joyous in the golden Junej The lark sings sweetly and the rose is red. Yet earth seems sad, the bird's song out of tune, And all the scent of summerflowersfled,( Now Love is dead. Still hearts meet heart and lips to lips aie pressed, Still earth is fair and skies are bright and blue Perchance it may be in some happier breast, Some soul that to another soul is true, Love Hve^s anew. -WATC...

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. — 5 August 1880

)C li "h li ic u# 4 D 0 Changed by Years. She was a pretty girl, Jemimapetite that's -what I likebright eyes, luxuri ant locks, a white and pink complexion, plump and compact. She was always in good humor, and we soon became the best of friendsnay morefor who could help being affectionate toward her? Every body loved her. When the boatmen called her "a sweet little craft," they ex pressed, though vulgar, the sentiment of my own heart. I was in love with Jemi ma, and Jemimawell, Jemima was not indifferent to me. I had not nerve to ask her, in so many words, would she ac cept my hand and name? I spoilt a quire of paper in the effort to utter my thoughts in a letter so at last, on her birthday, the 15 of May, I ventured to present her with an elegantly bound book, and on a little slip of paper ^nside I wrote: "Dear Jemima: By the acceptance of this trifling gift let me know you accept the giver 1 ALFRED BARXSTABLE DOUGHERTY." I flattered myself it was rather a plucky thing to do, and i...

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. — 5 August 1880

A FIERCE INDICTMENT. The Democracy Hlstorically'-^and Legally Considered Emery "A. Slorrs.1 f' I** Discreditable neconl tor the Past Twenty Yean. Pive times from and including 1860 has the Democratic party of the nation appealed to the people of the nation for an approval of its pol icy in the past, its position in the then present, and for confidence in its future. Five times since and including 1860 have the people of the country turned a deaf ear to these ap eals, and repudiated and rejected its protestations of loy alty and patriotism and that thepeople of the country in thus rejecting the appeals of the Democratic party in the past have made no mistake is now so clear that no ordinarily in telligent Democrat, who will carefully examine the situation and honestly speak his sentiments, can say that the people have not acted wisely. Since 1860, in 1864, agaia in a great election in 1866, in 1868, 1872, in 1876, and again in the elections in 1877. has the Republican party been indo...

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. — 5 August 1880

li i r BTBfrmr '"irrxta OUR YOUNG FOLKS. Tlte JLazy Pussy. There liveB a good-for-nothing cat, So lazy it appears That chirping birds can safely come And light upon her ears. And rate and mice can venture out nibb at her top?, Or climb around and pull her tail, "ind bo'dlj rcratch her nose. Fine servants brush her Bilken coat And give her cream for tea, Yet Bho's a good-for-nothing cat, As all the world may Bee. Tli Bell Fairies. It was a dreamy, sultry day in mid July. A day when all the flowers and grasses drooped motionless in the still air, and one could almost hear the rust ling of buds' wings, so intense was the silence. The sound of ringing church bells swept over the wide prairie, and, mellowed by distance, fell soft and clear upon the ears of Lulu Gray, as she sat in the doorway of the old iarm house, and leaned her curly head against the dingy, brown wall. A little brown dog was curled on the step close beside her, and downy, yellow chickens picked up crumbs about her feet...

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. — 5 August 1880

BS3Wrn*- Dr. T. A. Caldwell, brother to Dr. J. Caldwell of this place, has de termined to locate at Elk River and i'oim a partnership with Dr. 0. H. Alitchelli No action was tukeu by the com missioners of Sherburne county at their last meeting in reference to the repairing of the Princeton and Elkmonths River stage road. This is-hot as it should be. Caley & Neely have' sold eighty Champion reapers in the vicinity of Princeton and hot a break has occur red in one of them yet. The largest and shoes that ever was Princeton jns't arrived at Rines.* consignment of boots brought to There will be a dance at court house hall, Friday evening, the bth inst. Doors open at 8:30 p. to., dance commencing at 9 p. M. From the Brainerd Tribune, we oc casionally hear of Justice Tibbett*s court, the following is from the Trib une's Aitken correspondent: The last case before Justice Tib betts was" that 'of a Mille Lacs Indian. The arrest, examination, sentence, .commitment and all only lasted about...

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. — 12 August 1880

.o 1 li 3a ri ro a )i 1 )0* HI al S t&J&ikltfr Jfe '& 1C v "llTrJ |^"Pescvipti6us li "h ,t V' li ic GENERAL MAI^f STREET, Vs/E ie a 1 in "V it. a h: U' -A ur. a el 2 01 -6 MAIN STREET, 1' Z&$&&**ai&& Prescriptions Carefully Compounded at All Hours of the Dajfjjr Night. The Best Assortment of Goods in this Line North of St. Paul and Minneapolis. Drugs. Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Oils, Paints, Dyes,' Colors, Per umery, Lamps, Brackets, Toilet Requisites, Combs,' Musical Instruments, Trusses, Pocket Books, Pocket Knives, Stationery, Candies Cigars, Tobacco, &c. &c. The Singer and Mew American Sewing Machines Always on Hani aai for Sale Cheap Dealers in. Drugs and Medicines, Toilet Gpofls, Stationery, Wall faper, Cigars. Confectionery, c. Carefully Also Agents for the^lt^^^,* ^sfcir ^NO.NEXPLOSIVE LAMP COMPANY," Of Cleveland Compounded and at ,the LOWEST PRICES N, E JESMER, Dealer in A Large StOck of As Usual are in the Market With a And we Cprd...

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. — 12 August 1880

1|#^ sr 1 it iu mrinceton Simon. R. O. DUNN, Publisher. Terms:41.50 per year in advance*^ THE LATEST NEWS. iMtttMd Daily from tk Mart Reliable A MflUtail PrM sad Special Tekffraaa. 1 1 Shoemaker's Strike.in About 5,000 men employed the shoe manufactory, at Chicago, were on a strike August 5th, for higher wages. Employers Bay that convict labor has seriously injured the market, and the profit would not justify the increase of wages, Assassination. A Yazoo county,Miss., telegram of July 38, says, Dr. M. F. Wil'ianiS,of Mechanicsbarg, was assassinated while riding home Saturday night. His horse reached home riderless, and search being made the doctor's body was found. A negro was arrested on suspicion and has since confeesed the guilt. He says he was paid to kill the doctor. Canadian Exodus. The United States consul at Foit Sar nia says the business depression in Canada would seem to result in the exodus of some of the best citizens. The emigrants who crossed over at that point alone d...

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. — 12 August 1880

*J?~' *L '$ Tw% /J **'wit 1C il "h i ii ic o* a 71 7X 38 J] "0 a "~1 )0* I y\ al a I i A a h. i tr a ei IiONHKOS FOB nouns. tMi Jj7 lirit is yearning to-night with desire Uaqutaohable longing, dooms*! ne'er to eijplre^ That strives in its bountiful vigor to blast hopes of the present and joys of the past rra longing, as th homeless can long, ''M o listm oe of yorgonlythee,lullaby to song Af **.ty**** glided close by 'neath the sun's living gleam I "VSlfei. to launch tiny Bhips, and send them to sea, *!r As eager as Captain and sailor could be. *TES* longing, I'm longing, for all the loved scenes That come when the shadow of night intervenes, And, silently, vigils o'er the wanderer keep, "i As he softly mnrmnrs in his home-dream sleep Oh, hours of wild rapture 1 breathe on me the spell That brings me those pleasures with which I would dwell, And give me the pinions of fancy to fly To the home of my childhood, and there let me die. Oh, stranger! whose bark is at rest on the sea That f...

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. — 12 August 1880

'#%&% ki% A BIRD BTOBT. m* if strangehow little boys' mothers Canfindit all outft*they do, if a fellow does anything naughty/ OrBays anything that's nottrne They'll look at yonjust for a moment! Till your heart In your bosom swells, And then they know all about it For a little bird tells! Now where the little bird comes from. Or where the little bird goes If he's covered with beautiful plumage Ox black asthe kingof crows, If bis voice is as hoarse as the raven Or as clear as the ringing of bells, I know notbut this I am sure of A little bird telle! The moment you think a thing wicked, 4 The moment you do a thing bad, Are angry or sullen or hateful, Get uglyor stupid or mad. Or tease a dear brother or sister That instant your sentence he fineUs, And the whole to mamma in a minute That little bird tells! You may be inthe depths of a etoeei Where nobodyseesbut a mouse! You may be all alone in the cellar, You may be on the top Of the house, You may be inthe dark and silence, Or out ...

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. — 12 August 1880

I SMALL BEGINNINGS. VA travelerthrough a dustrroadstrewedacoms on the lea, And one took root and sprouted uo, and grew into a tree. Love sought its shade, at evening time, to breathe itsearly TOWS 1 And age was pleased, in heats cf noon,to bask beneath He boughs The dormouseloved Ha dangling twigs, the birds sweet music bore It stood a glory in its place, a blessing ever more. I A little spring hadlostits way amid the grass 1 and fern, A passing stranger scooped a well, where wearVliton mightturn He walled it in, and hung with care a ladle at the brink: He thought not of the deed hedid, butjudged that toil might drink Hepassed again, and loMhe well by summers never dried, Had cooled ten thousand parching tongues, add saved a life beside. i A dreamerdropped a random thought: it was A old, andyet'twas new A simple fancyof the brain, but strong in be ing true. It shone upon a genial mind, and le! its light became A lamp of life, a beacon ray, a monitory flame. The thought woe small: it...

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. — 12 August 1880

The wind was blowing loud and shrill, i I The clouds were coming fast: i!^i.x-i aiJOboraningthTmderbodtogilLrlSW^^^ Had reached the church st hurt.w' \K And crouchmg meath the entry-porch, S With eyes made large with watfder & A truant child sought refuge there, V ^,And feared the deafning thunder. The "wmd was blowing high and loud,* W** llad thrown the ancient steeple a$ The flood that poured from the wrathful cloud 'Alurmed the devout people. A Ml*nt prayer rose from each, And hearte beat quick with wonder And parted lipa, too white for speech, As buret the deafning thunder. ?f $ A song \tas heard in the lull of storm (To me it still is ringing) From 'neath the ancient entry-porch, We heard a small voice singing: "Though a little child I be, *f Still my Maker cares for me And to Him alone 111 raise Hymns of joy and songs of praise." The pastor bowed him where he stood, Said: "Thanksforthetrustof babesfor the song Which quickens our faith in the infinite God, And comforts this...

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. — 12 August 1880

JF- 1 i ii 9 11 I 5 7 ,t ii "h .t i ii le n. i i] "3l Oj oil i r ?a 'u :6 a i ~1 4 y% ai jf -*ti IJC ie a in EEnioorir DiusAnsv *J\V, BT XB BOBZBZ DOTT. sfy? Low down npontay couch I feB, $^ Fatigued by traveling fax -i, '-tK'--* I dreamed, hi one sweet magic spell, 1 A dream of things which are. sLow In the western sky of blue I saw the sun sink down, And throw a tinge of reddish hue Upon the country town. I saw the herds upon the lea Walking as in unrest, Their soft eyes looking up to me, Denoting lovethe beet. I saw below the aged miC. Which for many years had-run, The waters from the little rill Commingle into one. I saw the weary traveler walk Along his thorny way And for good times did pray I saw the son its rays reflect Upon the great church spire, And saw philosophy inspect Its truths which never tire. I saw the races here below Walk in their earthly sphere Some were dark, and some as snow, And some were youngsome sere. I eaw the poets'faces fair All round a table great, And...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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