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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 23 September 1880

Head&Loring Dealers In GeneraL Merchandise, MAIN STREET, PRINCETON We have mm got our fall and win- ter stock of gddds in storej and we have one of the best selected stcoks that was eyer brought t9 Princeton. We'extcnd a cordial invitation to all to come and examine our goods, as we are confident they will please. "We shall still continue to buy Grain, Cat- tle, Produce, Hides and .everything that the farmers have to sell, and will pay the highest cash prices. When jou come to town give us a call. 3TWe still carry on the meat business and always l^ave pienty on hand. Highest Cash Pi ue Paid for Wheat. HEAD & LORING. PERSONAL. C. H. Rincs is able to be around again. Glad of it. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jones, are keeping house now. Sensible. Mr. A JR. Davis, having leased his blacksmith shop to Mr. Herman New man, contemplates removing to Elk Hive in a day or tw o. Tn the language of an outspoken fanner, Mr. J. L. Brady is one of the cheekiest ]avt\eis we have ever met and they ai...

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. — 30 September 1880

VOL. IV. Drugs and E MAIjf STREET, kil g? 'Prescriptions Carefully Gompoynded at All of the Dayjr Night, vVE MEAN JIVE US A CALL ^IAIN STREET, The Best Assortment of Good* in *bis Line North of St. Paul and Minneapolis. Drugs. Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Oils, Paints, Dyes, Colors, Per fumery, Lamps, Brackets, Toilet Requisites, Combs, Musical Instruments, Trasses, Pocket Books, Packet Knives, Stationery, Candies Cigars, Tobacco, &c. &c. .'Iblhffiat Hit laAatolag JhAan Ahrayi on Baad andtoSale Ckp Mahoney '& Go Dealers in Medicines* Toilet Goods, Stationery, Wall Paper,^Cigars. Confectionery, e. Also Agents for the "NO.NEXPLOSIVE LAMP COMPANY,"'*"**" a- N. E. NSE A L. 'Of Cleveland. ''VA'** iSfPescriptiona Carefully Compounded and at* the LOWEST PRICES Dealer in MERCHANDISE:, A Large Stock of taple and Fancy Grocevics, General and Fancy Dry Goods, Notions, Men and Boys' Ready Made Clothing, Hats and Caps, Boots and Bboes, Glassware, 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. — 30 September 1880

i timtton fflnion. R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms:$1.50 per year in advance. THE NEWS IN BRIEF.. Condensed Daily from the Host Reliable As sociated Press and Special Telegrams. Fire. Ou Saturday night September 18 at Tell City Indiania the cabinet maker's nnion furniture factory and lumber yard together with a number of small dwellings occupied "by -working-men were destroyed by fire. Lumber valued at 150,000. The steamer's officers could get no reliable estimate of the total loss but they place it at $200,000. A Tragic Development. At River Falls, Wis., on the afternoon of Sept. 24, Mary Waldon, aged sixteen, was found lying upon the floor at net home, hor ribly mutilated, dead, and rapidly decaying. A sister aged twelve, was lying on a lounge senseless, but has partially recovered. The father is missing. No clue to the murderer has beenobtained. The excitement is intense. Fire in Boston. The northern freight house of the Boston & Maine depot on Causeway street was almost entirel...

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. — 30 September 1880

*-T' *4 -yj RINGING WORDS. Sained 'iJ*.-K Eloquent Speech of Senator Booth, of California, Delivered at Francisco, Sept. 11. The nomination of Gen. Hancock for Presi dent by the Democratic party means one of two thingsconversion or hypocrisya change of heart or an attempt to deceive. If it be the firstif this be the evidence of a sincere aban donment of old positions, what reason can that party give for its further existence? Is it necessary to call the Democraticpartyinto pow er to administer the Government onRepublican principles The effrontery of a claim like this would be sublime if it were not ridiculous. I have heard an illustration which seems to me apt: It is as if the prodigal son, when he had returned to his father's house, and eaten the fatted calf, should turn the old gentleman out of doors, demand a deed to the farm, and insist that nothing less would reconcile himand make him forget the past unpleasantness! I have been trying to find an Historical paral lel and have fa...

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. — 30 September 1880

v- THE BABY BOTS. Two little babyboys I own Theelder Bc&rcely walks alone His sunny hairand lightbrown eyes, His earnest lookof sweet surprise, His fannyways and joyous snout, I could not tell you allabout, If 1 should try a year. He creeps so fast to catchhis toys, And then he sets up such a noise His horse and dog, and bookand bell, He throws them all about pell-mell. O, Mother Goose! if you could see Thislittle boy, so full of glee, Tour sides would ache, I fear. In hammock low among thetrees, Rocked back and forth by passing breeze, The baby swings, and coos to see The gentle rustle of thetree, The lights and shade, the leaves that fall The sunshine broodingover all 'TieIndian summer here Way overhead, in the blue sky, The downy cloudsfloatsoftly by, A lullaby fair Nature sings. And through the air its music rings All things peaceful tenor keep My little one falls fast asleep, His mother watching near. Two baby boys1 a God of love Sends us a gut from heaven above And like th...

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. — 30 September 1880

vqmmi&mw***' ^'i. i 4. WOMANHOOD. 3? i^* BY RACHEL HAINES. Pure was her heart and true, This by her eyes I knew, Pore as a star, So when 1 saw her there, Sweet, gentle, pore and fair, Standing 'midflowersrare. All my heart went to her Leftjpae and worshiped her, Standing afar. When, kneeling at her shrine, Told I that love of mine Deep as the sea, Into the dark bine eyes Came such a sweetsurprise Upon the sweet, fair face, In which shone every grace, Plainly I then could trace True love to me. Brown was her rippling hair Ah, she was good and fair, My owhToved one. Eyes like the stars of night, Eyes deep as wells ofjlight, Thought I in my delight, As my lips hers did meet, Making my life complete "There is none half so sweet, None like hernone!" Arms white as drifted snow In love's glad overflow Reached out to me And the dear form of grace Bested in my embrace, Joyfillingher sweet face Oh, God, then it was well That death so dark as hell Should all myjoy dispel, Take lightfrom me...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 30 September 1880

To-morrow comes St. Martin's feast The good wife loves her man She makes for him the puddings now. And bakes them in a pan. 2 And now in be they lie at rest The west winds loudly roar The good man says to his good wife, "Go bolt and bar the door." "I'm now at rest, half warm," she said "My rest I cannot mar And, though it blows a hundred years, I'll never slide the bar." And then they made a wager there, In whispered words and low, Who first shonld speak a word aloud To bar the door should go. At midnight came two travelers there Who wist not where they were The lamps were out, the lire w&a cold. They heard no creature stir. 'What haunted house is this?" they cried* Impatience filled the pair But still they heard no mortal word The door kept silence there. The snow-white pudding then they ate, Then o'er the black one bowed The good wife scolded to herself. But spoke no word alond. To one of them the other spoke, "My throat is very dry! The open cupboard tells a tale Of spirits s...

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. — 30 September 1880

1 JF Mr geasBSjBHSjjpiiui'H Tfeaa '*n*Wiy^ MEMORY'S CHIMES. BY JENUrE JUNE. ^jpj* The moon 1B riding high to-night The stars In beauty beam The south wind comes in spicy sighs I sit me down to dream. The sweet-toned voice of bygone times In magic cadence falls, And memory, with her dreamful oice, My spirit soon enthralls. "I dream of those I've loved and lost, Of voices long since hushed Of joyous daysof happy years, And hopes that death has crushed. i My footsteps press the mossy turf, So green about our door The porch is twined with ivy leaves, As in the days of yore I see again my father's form, My mother's wheel I hear The songs I loved are sung again, Comefloatingto my ear. "I climb across the low-barred gate, Beneath the orchard trees The moonbeams play in shimmering shades That change with every breeze The apple blooms, so pearly pink, In feathery masses lie White scented leaves areflutteringdown, Like blessings from on high The murmuring of a far-off brook Falls Bweetly on m...

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. — 30 September 1880

Head&Loring Dealers I GeneraL Merchandise, MAIN STEEET, PRI2JCET0N We have now got our fall and win- ter stock of goods in store, and we have one of the best selected stcoks that was -ever brought to Princeton. We extend a cordial invitation to all to come and examine our goods, as we are confident they will please. We shall still continue to buy Grain, Cat- tle, Produce, Hides and everything that the farmers have to sell, and will pay the highest cash prices. When you come to town give us a call. 3ETWe still carry on the meat business and always have plenty on hand. Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat. HEAD & LORING. PERSONA!'* P. Piatt, cashier of the bank of Anoka, was in town Tuesday. Major Fridley stopped with the boys the two ftxst days of the week The Major was mum as regards poli tics but talkative on any other subject. Before the court adjourned Judge McKelvy publicly complimented Mr. J. L. Brady for the able manner in which he conducted the defense of La Porte and La...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 7 October 1880

**l !Wfe* iy*i, .-v.'siy H*M|gRrMSMMg VSTVS TW!***** SfeftMte9x fcd MAIN STREET, t\ |JV tt*(WS .f ^5* CrugSfo^ D. A. CAL E Prescriptions Carefully Compounded at All Hours of the 0ay_0r 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, Lamps, Brackets, Toilet Requisites, Combs, Musical Instruments, Trusses, Pocket Books, Pocket Knives, Stationery, Candies Cigars, Tobacco, &c. &c. TtiSJagtr a i He? Amgric&a Sewing Mines Aliaji on Hand and for gale Cheap Dealers in J.L.I. Drugs and Medicines* Toilet Goods, .k StationerJJ, Wall Paper,)Cigars. Confectionery, c. Also Agents for the "NO.NEXPLOSIVE LA^SdMlft" Of Cleveland. tSTPetcriptions Carefully Compounded and at the LOWEST PRICES N. E.. JESMER, Dealer in t'p- E ^1 E RA L. MERCHANDISE MAIjf STREET, -_--__-_- PRINCETON A Large Stock of and Fancy Groceries, General and Fancy Dry Goods, Notions, Men ancl Boys'Heady Made ...

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. — 7 October 1880

Atmn lil ..i, itrr^iiilllirrtrilji^HWrta)mlll|-rrMTirtiprwlMW vv R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms:$1.50 per year in advance. Jlfc NEWS IN BRIEF Condensed Daily from the Moat%eliable As sociated Press and Special Telegrams. Epizootic. Advices from New York to Septem ber ?8, Btate the distemper among the horses reported existing in Boston has made ita ap pearance in New York and seems to be influ enza, which was an incipient state of the epizootic of 1873. The President in Oregon. The president and party arrived at Ashland, Oregon, just across the line, Septem- ber27. The citizens tendered a reception in the public square where short speeches were delivered by the President and General Sher- The Notorious Benders. A dispatch from Topeka, Kansas, says Gov. St. John, September 29, on request of the county attorney of Labelle county, issued a requisitiou for the Bender family. It is not known in what State the requisition is made but the Governor declares his belief that no mistake has been ...

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. — 7 October 1880

tfe-SHBBUmmilin 4 fl jr. W A RHYME OF THE DISTRICT SCHOOL. 1 Read at the Third Annual Banquet of the Sons of Vermont in Chicago. Jan. 19,1680 by NORMAN C. PBRJUNS The email square school-house, witiuits elop ing Bhed. With clap-boards covered always painted red, Btood like Fame's temple that did overlook The Hill of Knowledgein the spelling-book. 'Twas Learning's cheap andever free abode, And public, for it stoodrightin the road. Its play-ground stretched with many a guide board sign. From Massachusetts up to Derby Line. Within, the teacher's throne stood atthe end Two rows of desks on each side did ascend, With seats in front for little victims,where Their feet swung useless, dangling in the air. A mighty stove down in the middle stood, And roared all daywith heaps of maple wood. There may have been a black-board and per uana There hung a set of Mitchell's Outline Maps. This was the school of fortyyears ago We don't remember it ourselves you know, Forwe are boys yet, and we do but ...

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. — 7 October 1880

MY HEART CANITE'EB GROW OLD. BY MBS. NANNIE BTEELEiMOOBt There ia a beauty in all nature, That lives and glows for me A tint of Heaven's own colors, In everything I see A sketch of heavenly grandeur, Touched by a hand divine, That sheds its ho'iest radiance Upon this heart of mine. Each loved flower that sheds its fragrance In garden, field or grove The grand old trees that spread their boughs To shade the path I rovo Song-birds that merrily carol A happy, gladsome strain, Awaken in this heart of mine The joys of youth again. The mirthful gieams of youth's bright eyes, That sparkle with delight, Illuminate its hidden depths With their reflecting light: And the silvery peals ofalaughter That ring upon the air Vibrate along its corridors, To find an echo there. When the sounds of music over My soul in rapture pour, And I hear my gay heart dancing, As in the days of yore, Keeping time with the glad measure Of each enlhoning strain They tell mejoyfully tell me My heart is young again. B...

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. — 7 October 1880

I A Tl -rS, *KS.-W, ***M*AV a"*1 WORTH KNOWING. Bow tlte House Fly, the 'Wicked Flea and the Mosquito May All be Put to Flight. [From Harper's Bazar.] The pyrethrum roseum, or Persian camomile," is the powdered leaf of a harmless flower growing in Caucasian Asia in great profusion, where for cent uries it has been used to rid the na tives of insects. With a finely-prepared dust made from these flowers, which can be purchased of almost any relia ble druggist at about 70 cents a pound, the house fly, the wicked flea and the mosquito may be put to flight or to rest. In order to enjoy this delicious riddance, it is only necessary to heap up with a little cone one teaspoonful of the drug pyrethrum, touch it with a lighted match and watch the thin blue line of smoke as^ it rises to the ceiling and is wafted through the air, changing the busy drone of insect life into a weak wail of insect woe. Pretty soon down they come plump on to the table and over your paper spin on their tiny backs an...

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. — 7 October 1880

TESTERBAY. It only seems like yesterday,over Why beats this heart9 'tis now And those bright dreams of love end hope Are in the far-off long ago, Tet time hath wrought no change in me, My love is linked to yesterday. It only seems but yesterday How happily those days sped by! At evening I was sure to meet A sunset smile and starlit eye, All those Bweet smiles died out from me. With that sweet far-off yesterday. I sometimes meet a smiling face, A kindly word of sympathy, But what are they to my crushed heart They only chain my memory To those fond smiles that cheered my way In that sweet far-off yesterday. I wander back to those bright days, When all was one troubled sea My life a happy golden dream, No mazes of perplexity Those golden dreams have tied away, With that sweet far-off yesterday. I Ah, well! the past is over now, And what there is in store for me I do not, dare not wish to know, Nor penetrate futurity. I know that all things work for good To those who put their trust in ...

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. — 7 October 1880

5 1 y& PITH ASD POOT. SOMETHING to lie aboutA bed. HiSH^ckriuiBarbers' ABBwtants**^ A Pijo^ii^y deaf man has the HeV tie out the -windowafter it is empty. WfiAT did Mary say to her little lamb when she sent it out to grass in the evening? She said, "Ewe go to sup- per." 3 A MUSICIAN wants to know how to strike a bee flat and at the same time avoid being stung by its demisemi quaver. Yoraro man, don't try to forget your ideritfty and become somebody else for the other chap is almost sure to be an inferior person. "Jfe THAT a deer park over there?!' 'asked a gentleman of a laborer. ~1 4' Yes," he replied, a very dear park. It al most rained the owner to fix it up!" A IJAJ?T being asked how old she was replied i I -was married at 18- my ^husband was then 30. Now he is twice as old--that makes me twice 18. I'm i 38.", J|k TH young physician returns from his mty ,vacation to find his patients lively as 4 crickets. He inwardly vows that he will (stay^ai home and attend to business jjj...

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. — 7 October 1880

*-S| (OFFICIAL,.) Proceedings of County Commissioners. AUDITORS OFFICE, Mille Lacs coun ty, Princeton, Minn, Sept. 22nd, 1880. Board of county commissioners of Mille Lacs county met pursuant to adjourpment. Present, Messrs. A. D, Jesmer and Comfort Pinkham, county cupnmissioners. Upon motion it was voted that the judge of the district court be and he id hereby authorized to appoint a short hand reporter to make in short hand a record of the evidence taken during the adjourned term of court for this county, to convene September 22nd, 1880. The following bills were audited and allowed in full-. B. C. Dunn, printing for county. .$26 00 Win. Smith, helping bury body of 1 IJeautot, suicide 2 00 E. IV. Scott having resigned the .office of county superintendent of schools of Mille Lacs county it was *0 ted to appoint A. P. Barker as such superintendent of schools, to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation oi said E. W. Scott. 'I-he petition of S. A. Cone and oth ers for a new school di...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 14 October 1880

& E N E A MAItf STREET, MAIN STREET, YLA" Prescriptions Carefully Compounded at All Hours jf the Dayjr Night, Th Seat 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. Tilli ng mi 8few American Sewing things Always on Haiti and for Sale Cheap Mahoney & Go. Dealers ia Pnigs and Medicines^ Toilet Goods, Stationery, Wall Paper,^Cigars. Confectionery, #c. Also Agents for the N6,NEXPLOSIVE LAMP" COMPANY^** Of Cleveland. eacriptions Carefully Compounded and at the LOWEST PRICES N. E. JESMER, Dealer in MERCHANDISE:, A Large StOck of taple and Fancy" Groceries, General and Fancy Dry Goods, Notions, Men and Boys' Ready Made Clothing, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Glassware, China and Stoneware, Cigars and Tobacco. The Finest Stock of Cho...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 14 October 1880

W-W&ir he grinteton fnion. R. a DUNN, Publisher. 1 Terms:$1.50 per year in advance. THE HEWS IN BRIEF Condensed Daily from the Most Reliable"As Hoelated Press sad Special Telegram*. The HaM-Breed Indian Indicted. In the District Court, at Pine City, Oct 7, the grand jury found a true Mil against Herbert Hutchinson, the half-breed Indian, (or the murder of his father, B. O. Hutchinson, in August last. The indictment was formurder in the first degree. The Jury contrary to all expectation, did not indict the murderer Hutchison's squaw wife, Sadie Hutchinson, and she was thereupon released. Tatal Accident. At Gibson, 111., Oct. 5, a terrible acci dent occurred while workmen were removing the props from the arch of a lime-kiln at Bpaulding and Egglestcn'n tile factory. The arch gave way and the immense weight of brick and mortar fell upon and buried the six men at work inside. When help came and they were taken out, they were all badly used up. It is thought Thos. Nelson will not liv...

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. — 14 October 1880

6RANT AND G0NKLW6, The Hero of Appomattox Gives His Seasons for Being a BepubKcan. In Hfe Characteristic, Clear-cot, Terse, Forcible and Comprehensive Phrase. They Are a Masterly Summary of the Facta of the Political Situation fbe Great New York Senator Snr- paHM All Sis Former Effort*. One of the greatest Republican demonstra tions of the campaign was that at Warren, Ohio, on the 28th ult., at which Gen. Grant presided, and speeches were delivered by .Messrs. Grant, Colliding and Logan. Between '26,000 and 30,000 people were in attendance, and the enthusiasm was unbounded. Gen. Grant's Address. TiAPfgfl AND GEKTLEMEN I hopo we may bo able to have quiet and order here. It is not important, so far as anything that I will have to say to you is concerned, because I shall not be able to make many of you hear but after me cornea a speaker whom I know you win all be glad to hear, and you can do so by keeping quiet and orderly. Not being accustomed to speaking publicly, I hare drawn off th...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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