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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 14 October 1880

i ASUXHKR80F6. Roly-poly honey-bee, Hnmminp in the clover, With the green leavesunder yon, And thetohtesky over, Why are you sotoday,pray? Never still a minute, Hovering now above a flower, Nowhalfburieainit' Jaunty robinred-breast, Singing loud and cheerly, From the pink-white apple tree In themorningearly, Tell me, is your merry song Just for your own pleasure, Pouredfrom such a tiny throat, Without sin or measure? little yellow buttercup, By the wayside smiling, lifting up yourhappy face, With such sweet beguiling, Why are yon so gaily dad Cloth ofgold your raiment? Do the sunshine and the dew Look to you for payment9 Roses in the gardenbeds, Lilies, cool and saintly, Darling blue-eyed violets, Pansfes hoeded quaintly, Sweet peas that, like butterflies, Dance the bright skies under Bloom ye for your own delight, Or for ours,! wonder! JUIM C. B. Dorr, vn St Nieholat THE RIVALS. A Seaside Romance. There are gayer and more fashionable watering places than Iliracombe, but there are n...

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. — 14 October 1880

I r* tf. BABY'S THINGS. Hide the little boots away Boots wherein your darling's feet Pattered through the busy day, Making all your life complete: But the feet are still, to-day Hide the little boots away. Hide the little cap from eight There are,now, no baby, eyes, gladdened by its tassels bright, Laughing oat in gay surprise: Dear, sweet eyes are closed for aye Hide the little cap away* Hide the dainty coatfrom sight For he'll scarcely need it now, With his dimpled arms so white And this silence o'er his brow: Little empty coat of gray, Put it with the cap away. Hidethe precious form from sight With these other useless things Lay it 'neath the blossoms white, For he's won his cherub-wings And the feet shall never stray, That are so white and still to-day: Thalia Wilkinson, t Mo/fords Mag. SNOOKS' PROPOSAL: Bow He Got Out Of It. "If you will take my advice," said Mr. Wilding, making a last noble but futile effort to balance the ivory paper-knife on the tip of his first finger, "you...

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. — 14 October 1880

VMVE NIGHT BREEZE. BY CBA0. M. X.OOAK. whisper, faint and rhythmic floating indistinctly low Sweet moantaga of the night breeze of evening's twilight shade BusiJedj ghostly solemn, with unceasing, steady flow, Through the winter's deadened branches and au tumn's leafy glade. Mv cbaiyber, drained in darkness of a ran doparted raye, My thoughts and fancies roaming with .aEofiua through the trees I sat in half weakening In the shadows of tho blaze, That danced In strangely concord with the mnslo of the breeze. In weird, grotesque figures, from the fire's golden beam, 1 could trace the noiseless motions of an iEolian *hoir like the music of Euterpe in her slumberous dream, Or the waving strains and murmurs of the lyre. 3cw it-* mystic, solemn whispers had changed to deepening swells, That ro*e and fell in heavy gusts around my chamber's door, As if 'twere funeral echoes from the tolling of the bona, Intermingled with the Mowing of the night wind's sullen roar. Like a velvet mantle o'er ...

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. — 14 October 1880

a *wp*j^5r flP f\ & WBEB FELLOWS THINK S O TOO. There's just one thing a mam can have In all this world of woe and strife. That makes the business not too bad, And that one thing's an easy wife. Dost fancy that I love my girl For rory cheeks or raven hair? She holds my heart because she laughs Because she laughs, and doesn't care. I put my boots just where it suite, And find them where I pat them, too, That is a thing, yon most allow, A chap can very seldom do I leave my papers on my desk, She never dusts them in a heap, Or takes to light the kitchen stove The very one I want to keep. On winter nights my cozy darao Will warm her toes before the fire She never scolds about the lamp, Or wants the wick a trifle higher On Sunday she is not so fine But what her ruffles I con hug, You think, perhaps, our household ways Are just perchance a little mixed Oh, when they get too horrid bad We stir about and get things fixeC what compensation has a man Who ear's his bread by sweat of brow. ...

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. — 14 October 1880

Gon. Washburn's Work in Congress. There are, no doubt, many people in tbis congressional district who have Bot had their attention specially call ed to the invaluable sei vices rendered them by Congressman Washburn. His work has been unostentatiously done but it has an important bearing on the developement of the North west, and touches the convenience, prospciity and daily life of all our people. For a new member he has been signally successful in his meas ures, to some of which we propose to briefly refer further on. It has been the kind of work, too, that his con stituents would expect from a practi cal, energetic business man like Mr. Washburn. It should also be borne in mind that he has been constantly hampered by an annoying and base less contest, in which the familiar vo cabulary of Ignatius Donnelly's abuse has been freely employed in the effort to smirch his public reputation and impair his efficiency. Of course be was always in his place, and constantly sustained by the un...

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. — 21 October 1880

I la OE:N ERAL MAIN STREET, WE 3IVE MAIN STREET, "i ,V. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded at All Hours of the DayJJr Night, The lest Assortment of Goods in this Line North of St. Paul and Minneapolis. Drugs. Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Oils, Paints, Dyes, Colors, Per fimery, Lamps, Brackets, Toilet Requisites, Combs, Musical Instruments, Trusses, Pocket Books, Pocket Knives,Stationery, Candies. Cigars, Tobacco, &c.&c. A .*h M*.^-*.^* *v3F ThfcpittiJwABiriiiftSefiatMm Alway a Han and far Cto Dealers in Drugs and Medicines, Toilet Goods, Stationery, Wall Paper,} Cigars. Confectionery, fyc* Also Agents for the "NO.NEXPLOSIVE LAMP COMPANY," Of Cleveland. t^"Pescriptk9 Carefully Compounded and at the LOWEST PRICES N. E. JESMER, Dealer in Mfc^RCHAND SE, 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 Choice. ...

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. — 21 October 1880

JP* grimeton $nwk R. C.DUNN,Pubtiaher. Terms:$1.50 per year in advance. 1 m^yrTiT^^^-^ THE HEWS BTBfflEF/ Condensed Daily from Hit Most Sellable As ciated Press d BpeelalTriesjrams. Incendiary Fire. A, dispatch irom Chippewa Falls, Wis., ,ei October 14, M^^ Second wardW^ school building wairbunied io-tte ground. Loe8,$6,000. Insured for $4J00. Thia is tbe second time this year It baa been set on fire. "Undoubtedly incendiary. Academy of Music Bunted. The academy of music, West Halstead treetbicago was, burned on the night of tfce 11th. Theodore Bernhardt, a fireman was a taljy injured, and several other firemen were badly mjured by falling walls. Loss $40,000 insurance $28,000 Fearful Starvation. The TJ. S. cutter Corwin, brought news to San Francisco Oct. 13, that at St. Laurence Island, out of seven hundred inhabitants, five hundred were found dead of starvation. Tra ders had introduced Honor among them, causing them to neglect laying up the usual supply of provisions. A Cubao'lns...

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. — 21 October 1880

I THE SUM OF MEANNESS. It. and di-thonor for yam don't suit me. Sestro,vothpretending 1*/% Whi Means the Doctrine of State Sovereignty, as Adrocated by the Democracy. It Befoses a Kan Protection at His Own Fireside, and Tells Him to Go Away from Home if Ha Wants to be Pro- tected. [Extract from CoL Robert G. Ingeraoll's Eockford speech.] The great difference to-day between the Democratic and Republican party is, that the Democratic party believes this is a simple con federation. The Democratic party believes in what we call State sovereignty, and the Repub lican party proclaims this country to be a na tion, one and indivisible. There is the differ ence. The South believes this is a mere con federacy, and they are honest they are willing to fight for it they are willing to fight for it now they are willing to commit frauds for it theyarewilhngtousethe shot-gun to uphold it they are willing to use tissue ballots to sub stantiate it, and they believe it Now the ques tion with us ia whe...

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. — 21 October 1880

liOVED TOKENS. How many of as, with A weary heart-sehe. Have put away eomething for mottier'H sue, That we genfly take out when sa and alone, Keoall when she wore it, her look and her tone. It maybe the spectacles she once need to fold On the brown-lidded Bible, worn and so old. When her mild eyes grew tired of reading Troth, She cardn_y taught in the days of our youth. A half-finished Btoakmg-witb needles there yet! The dear old white handscan we ever forget? How they knit and they sewed for in long, long ago, Until life's dream is over. We cannot oh, no1 ^Perchance tis her picture, orthe old arm chair Tender aeaoeiations ever cling there. 'Twos in it she satwhen we clung to her lap, And toyed with the hair 'neath her snowy lace cap. By its side we have knelt, at the tang day's close, And the words that were taught everyone knows. How many, I wonder, since then, ere they sleep, Have forgotten, "I pray Thee my soul to keepJ" How many have felt a sweet memory^charm Since then, gently...

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. — 21 October 1880

5* irretER FELLOWS THOTK SO TOO* There's Just onething a man can have In.aH this world of woe and strife. That makes the business not too tea, And that ODe thing's an easy wife. roe fancy that I love my girl For rc*y cheeks or raven hair? She holds my heart because she laughs Because she laughs, and doesnt care, I put my boots just where it sorto, And find them where I pnt them, too That is a thing, you must allow, A. chap can very seldom do I leave my papers en my desk, She never dusts them in a heap, Or takes to light the kitchen stove The very one I want to keep. On winter nights my cozy dame Will warm her toes before the fire, She never scolds about the lamp, Or wants the wick a trifle higher On Sunday she is not so fine But what her ruffles can hug I light my pipe just where I please, And spill the ashes on the rag. The bed is never filled with "shams A thing Borne women vilely plan To worry servants half to death. And spoil the temper of a man She lets me sleep to any hour, Wo...

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. — 21 October 1880

lujinjai iii*iiiiiiiwiiijiiriiii w$mim$m,Miui -fe It' '**mW 6EN. H. H. SIBLEY. A Brief Sketch of the Career of one of Mia ne-sota's Prominent Citizen*. lThe following sketch of Gen Sibley, of St. Paul, was written and published In 1876by J. F. Wil Um5 secretary of the State Historical fcocjety. As it was written tour years ago it cannot be claimed that It was propireJ with any idea that h would be the Democratic nomioco forfongrws in 1880 but was pre pared a a pu-rtl histort a matter Independent of the pTei nt ^nvass it is of inte est, giv.ns us it does ranch --.r!y hmtorj of the Mate in which C*ea Sibley bore a prominent part Every new community, and, to a great ex tent, i very new 8tate, receives from its first pioneers and prominent organizers, the im press which decides much of its future tone and Pihi Hence, the value of having so ciety in every new State started in the right direction by men who can mold the "plastic elements'* for good. Minnesota was pecu liarly fortunate 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. — 21 October 1880

ftfl IWrttttn far The OMcagoIeager.3 THU1T lilXIXE CttAT. "FT MB& A H. BOOKS. There was a man,'tut sad to teE, Iilve in oar ftaroos city, yOuaa none thst ever keew him wen ,i .Could either lore or pity. He was no trigger then a moose' '1 do not streleh the story Vfi had tiny, cM-time hones, omunrined wtth Us dory. He had coat, Arte Utile man, )He fit exactly in it. Ho longer than a ban a span., Nor wider than a inmate Thread-bare ana old and dirty blue, j-Yot ail -who ventnred near him He'd squeeze into that coattie trae Till folks were taught to fear him. It was the coat hia atber were, Yea* father's fafcer'u 'father And yet he'd worry, tease and bore, Annoy, wx and Dofhar AJ1 that ho met aboot that coat And its eternal fitness Ifor High and low of every note ,Who oonld ita virtue witness. Now don't yon wish he coeM have seen The folly of fain paaakw, And let Iris neighbors choose between |Hie and some Other fadtrioo MTJHCTK, Ind. A Lightning flash. The .destructive effects of ...

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. — 21 October 1880

:willget iand. .at.'V-mg 1* ,y To Delinquents* Those who are indebted on tubtcrip' ticn$ are earnestly requested to eail around and pay up.' Togome of our subscribers toe would just simply re mark* 6ur patience is about exhausted, and there is a limit to all things. October 21st, 188?. PERSONAL. W. N. Allen and a crew ,of his men were at the American House Monday night. Anson Howard and Jacob Sausser have returned from Wisconsin and IOQIC as natural as ever. C. H. Rines went below Wednes: day fully intent on increasing his al ready mammoth stock of merchan dise. Mrs. Martha and Miss Maggie Rines returned from their eastern trip on Sunday. Mrs. George Buck and her father are expected to arrive by the last,of the week. Mr. C. E. Brown thinks that he in'8,000,000 feet of logs this season. Of these he intends to put in 5,000,000 at his own two camps on Bradbury. The rest will be by 'con tract. Messrs. McDonald & Leighton do not propose to lumber any this winter and have disposed of ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 28 October 1880

gr N. E. OBN ERAL MAIN STREET, MAIN STREET, fr h'.-ii* St- a.-. K^L^IM^. Prescriptions Carefully Goinpoundsd at All Hours of theflayjlr Night, The Best Assortment of Goods in tbis Line North of St. Paul and Minneapolis. .Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Oils, Paints, Dyes, Colors, Per fumery, Lamps, Brackets, Toilet Requisites, Combs, Musical Instrument?, Trusses, Pocket Books, Pocket Knives,Stationery, Candies Cigars, Tobacco, &c. &c. The Slags? art American Swing Machines Afeijs 05 Hand and for gala Quip Mahoney & Co. Dealers In Diiigs and Medicines, Toilejb Goods, Stationery, Wall Paper,,Cigars. Confectionery, c. Also Arents for-the mNEXPLOSIVE^AMP^ COMPA^Y,"^' Of Cleveland. CFPescriptions Carefully Compounded and at the LOWEST PRICES Dealer in MERCHANDISE A ILarge StOcli 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 Fines...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 28 October 1880

_*. 4B rn^A Ymitton ffltnon. R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms $2.00 pr year in advance. THE HEWS 1H BRIEF Condensed Daily from the Most Reliable As sociated Presswnd Special Telegrams. Railroad Collision. A collision on the Cincinnati, Hamil ton & Dayton railroad of Oct. 30 at Jones' station, nineteen miles north of Cincinnati, re sulted in injuring: IB passengers. None were killed outright and at a late hour on the night of the disaster all the passengers injured wore reported doing well. Re-election of Senator Edmunds. The Vermont Legislature on the 19th, re-elected Hon. Geo. F. Edmunds, to the Uni ted^btates senate by the following vote. In the Honse: Edmunds, 203 Smalley, 16 not voting, 18. In the Senate Edmunds was the only candidate presented, and received all the votes Gold. The United States treasury depart mtnt, October 22, transferred to the bullion fund, New York, assay office, $30,000,000 in gold coin to enable the superintendent to pay for foreign gold bullion and coin ...

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. — 28 October 1880

fo&^idipSfr'^M^ ilousesooff ^M:fj^^^mm^^^m&^W^M THE GREAT ISSUE. The True "Inwardness" of the "Solid South." A Open JLctter front the Hon. Jay A Subbcll. FELLOW-CITIZENSHaving been nominated by the Republicans of the Ninth Michigan dis trict to represent you in Congress for the fifth consecutive time, I should esteem it an especial breach of duty, under ordinary' circumstances, to bo absent from that district during this can vass. But, occupying as I do the Chairmanship of the Kepublican Congressional Committee, my judgment tells meand in this I think all good Republicans will agreethat I should not be absent from this central post of duty. This, therefore, must be my excuse for thus address ing you.. In the olden time, -when two armies in hostile array confronted each other, it was sometimes the practice for the leader of eachor for some specially selected man from eachto step to the front and decide the battle issue by single combat. Thus it was that David, afterward King ...

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. — 28 October 1880

I4GHT HEART, LIGHT LIFE. Innocent merriment Shortens the mile Try the experiment Once in awhile Face your foe fearlessly. "Never Say die" Trials taken carelessly. Lightsomely lie. Our teardrops are lenses Thaifmagnify ills They cozen our senses Till hillock* seem hills. And faces grow wrinkled, While tresses with gray Grow speedily sprinkled When woe has her way. Horrors may haunt you, but Foul may grow fair, Dangers may daunt you, hut ''Never despair." Verily, verily, Judge as you may, He who toils merrily Carries the day. IN HARD STRAITS. "Nine o'clock, sor, an' the hot wather, an' is it the rest of the bacon ye'd be afther bavin9 for breakfast?" "Will it not be too much, Bridget?" "Sorra a bit, sor." "Very well." And, with a halt groan, I, Basil Hath away, sprang out of bed, and proceeded to array myself in unexceptional cos tumetrowsers, vest and frock-coat. 3fy only ones, alas! an accommodating rela tive some twenty doors oft had taken charge of shabbier garments one by one, ki...

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. — 28 October 1880

9 naIn 8 ttte tiddy lddy bit of mother's bliss, A toddles, sweet as fto* era of spring, A precious popsy wopsygive its mammy, den. a Kiss A pretty darling itsy witsy tiag 1 Bo tlmfs the little fellow! H'm' A healthy-looking chap. Another mouth to feed, as sure as fate' Ko, wife, I don't consider that his coming's a mis hap. But stall could have done with less than eight. BROTHER. My eye! Is that the baby! "What a jolly little pup But I say, ma, wherever is its nose And I say, father, by and by, when he gets more grown up, He'll wear my worn-out jackets, I suppose. UNCLE. Another Well, thank goodness, I am not a married man' What! Don't I think him pretty? No, I don't To keep him from the workhouse you must do the beet you can Don't think that I'll assist youfor I won't! DOOTOK How are we getting on to-day? I trust we soon shall mend. We mustn't think we're strong just yet, you know We'd better take a something which this afternoon I'll send. And let me seehumhaah, yeajust so NTJBSE ...

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. — 28 October 1880

k4s*. 'WWfcteBBSaSF" LOVER'S DEPARTING SONG. BX BOBEBT FBANKENSTEIN DOTY. While blustering wmfla around me roar And dash to fragments thoughts of mine, I muse and ponder with love's lore And ask to bask in friendship's shrine. Shall obstinacy stiOe down That love which I have often shown? an tears the memory ao drown And harden hearts to hearts of stone Can heavtn pioclaim a blessing rare And Ifave an impress on the soul Can nature, with her dowers fair, Teach lessons that are wholly whole Yes, yep, dear girl, it can but do That which will most ennoble man It speaks out boldly, and so true, While nature tays: Be with that van Winch Eepks to show its lovely power Unto our^ovelj, gentle race.'' Oh 1 let me love the Prairie Flower Ah! let not time heF form efface. Ohlet the jewels of thy heart Forever shine in radiance fan, And let not anger send a dart To make one linger and despair. And may I say with him who said, Oh cherish grandly, strong and long." Oh! let thy heart become not de...

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. — 28 October 1880

TWILIGHT. Drift little snowflakes 'mid the shells, Break little waves among the pebbles, Rise little notes in dulcet swells. And faint again in silver trebles. The hot sttn stoops, and dips and dips His burning brow to drowsy numbers, Then kisses red the ocean's lips, And sinks away to golden slumbers. Come, twilight, with thy purple breath, And freshen all the dropping willows The water-hlies faint to death, The bending reeds, the fevered billows! And beckon forth the timid stars, To tread the cool de'w-drooping heaven, And quickly let the burning bars That bind the impatient sea be riven. And bring thy breeze, with soothing wing, Around my heated brows to flutter, And teach tho waves more sad to sing More yearning mysteries to utter. Come, gliding softly from the east. Come, breathing over distant cities, And crown the hills with holy rest, And fill the winds with plaintive ditties. What Ailed Jones. Brown and Jones used to be friends real good friendsbut there is a cb,asm between...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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