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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 2 December 1880

tr^^^m*"^ ru THE BATTLE OF LIFE. Go foith to the battle of life, my boy, Go while it is called to-day, For the years go oat and the years come in Regardless of those who may loose or win, Of those who may work or play. And the troops march steadily on, my boy, To the army gone before Ton may hear the sound of their falling'feet Going down to the river, where two worlds nreet They go to return no more. There is a place for you in the ranks, my boy, And duty, too, assigned Step into the front with a cheerful face, Be quick or another may take your place And you may be left behind. There is work to be done by the way,-my boy That you never can tread again Work for the loftiest, lowliest men Work for the plow,plane, spindle and pen Work for the hands and the brain. The serpent will follow your steps, my boy, To lay for your feet a snare And pleasure sits in her fairy lowers, With garlands of poppies and lotus flowers Enwreathing her golden hair. Temptations will walk by the way, my bay,...

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. — 2 December 1880

HL *$?i THE MINISTER'S DAUGHTER. AN HOJUflSr FARMER. Robert Foracre was a bachelor. Ho had come as a stranger into our district when be was a young fellow of four and twenty, and had remained in it for forty years, in what I may call a state of seige from maidens and widows, but had held out gallantly, and was at length pro nounced impregnable. He was rallied, of course, about this and that rustic beauty, but he only replied with a good humored laugh, or by the modest confes sion that "he was not good enough for her." I used to think this answer of the honest farmer worthy of Macchiavelli, of whom in all probability he had never so much as heaid. The objection in ques tion has, of course, been made before.but always with the intention of th lady to use if Bfc BY JOHN GREBNLEAFWHITTIEB. la the minister's morning sermon He had to'd of the primal fall, And how thenceforth the wrath God Bested on each and all. And how of His will and pleasure, All souls, save a chosen few, Were doomed t...

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. — 2 December 1880

ffiVW'W1 DKPAJRTMENTAL. Keports of officers of Several Government Bareaue.'j WASHINGTON, NOV 22 Fr om the annual report of the United States treasurer it ap pears that the receipts of the government compare very favuiably with iboaw of the previous fiscal year, show an increase from onslorns, internal revenue and sales of pnblio lands of $59,811,505, and a decrease in those from miscellaneous sources of only $112,- 079 The expenditures show a slight in creased $G95,074 in the aggregate as com pared with the previous year, eanaed by the increase of $22,390,040 in payments on account of the interior department, but show a decrease of $21,699,965 in expendi tures for interest ami premium on the pnb lio debt, on civil and miscellaneous acconuts. and for the war and navy depart ment. Ihe balance of the public money on deposit in tbe treasury, and subjeot to draft at tbe close business,June 30,1879,was $417,- 223,787. The receipts dunnu: tbe year from all sources amounted to $474,078,244,...

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. — 2 December 1880

FIRESIDE CHAT. THINK WEEH-MEXHtt.Dador-al the circumstances in -which you may bo placed, trying or otherwise, think as steadily and clearly as your capacity vhH allow you to do compel your thought to bring you to some sort of conclusion, and then carry out the conclusion with out consulting any human being. Clear thought, continuous thought and silence all exercised on the daily trifles of lifethese habits, which are none of them difficult, will so harden the mind as in a very short period to make it inca pable of indecision. LIBERAL TBATNING.One of our wisest public women contends that if mothers would train their girls as housekeepers, at the youthful period when girls would be delighted to learn, they would then take to housekeeping as naturally as ducks take +o water. She does not rec ommend, however, that instruction should be confined mainly to domestic duties, or that marriage should be con sidered the principal aim of the fair sex, but advocates a system of broad and lib era...

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. — 2 December 1880

aks1*^- wjt ff?3VWw Delinquents. Those who are indebtd on subscrip tion are earnestly requested to call around and pay up. To some of our subscribers we would just simply re mark, our patience is about exhausted, and there is a limit to all things, October 21st, 1880. The ''8 to 12" Dancing Club promise a grand masquerade ball on New Year's night. The "8 to 12" Dancing Club will give the first of a series of hops to-night, at Jcsmer's Hall. Thirteen hnndied meals served up atpatronage the American House last week. Not a bad showing for a little country hotel. The Billy Marble dramatic troupe is to show at Elk River and Anoka this week. Who said Billy was coming to Princeton? The farmers are hauling immense quan tities of pork to town daily and are re ceiving from five and a half to six cents per pound for it. Mr. Nokes proposes to go ahead with his "Select Dancing Club" The first dance will be given at Jesmer's hall to morrow, Friday, evening. Tlve Anoka Union mourns because it imag...

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. — 9 December 1880

"WIWJ if life. I-' MAIN STREET, H. mm ^^SBffTBSBSBlf: flMajJlUaUdlfcU JiLUJiLUWM,. JUUJUa.w uu^.i, 1 1 'ePflillWKI Prescriptions Carefully Compounded at All Hours of theDayJJr Night, Tho Best Aasoximcnt 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 Instrument?, Trusses, Pocket Books, Pocket Knives, Stationery, Candies Cigars, Tobacco, &c. &c. -Dealers Drugs, Mediicnes, Notions and Toilet Goods. Also Agents for the "NO.NEXPLOSIVE LAMP Of Cleveland. prescriptions Carefully Compounded and at the LOWEST PRICES N. E. JESMER, Dealer in GENERAL MERCHANDISE, A Large StOclt of 4ple and Fatacy Groceries, General and Fancy Dry Good*, Notions, Men anj Roys' Ready Made Clothing, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Glassware, China and Stoneware, Cigars and Tobacco. The Finest Stock of Choice. Candies, Confectionery and Fruits in Princeton. Call and Learn ...

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. — 9 December 1880

he jHiitueton Minion. R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms $2 GO per year in advance. THE NEWS 111 BRIEF Condensed Dally from the Most Reliable As Boelated Press and Special Telegrams. Dead. Congressman elect Evarts W. Farr, of LittletOD, N. H., died the 30th, from an attack of pneumonia, after a short illness. Deceased was 48 years of age. Gold for Sliver. The United States treasury department NOT. 29th, issued 600,000 silver certificates on a deposit of gold made in New York. Five hundred thousand dollars was issued on simi lar deposits Saturday. Garfield's Successor. E. B. Taylor has been elected from the Nineteenth congressional district of Ohio, to fill the vacancy caused by Gen. Garfield's res ignation. Mr. Taylor is the congressman elect to succeed Gen. Garfield. iBurned. The wholesale drug house oi Lord, Stoughtenburg & Co., Chicago, hurned the 20th. Loss on building $60,000, with $22,500 insurance, and on stock {140,000, with an in surance of $129,000. A girl emplye was fatally...

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. — 9 December 1880

DEPARTMENTAL. Operations of JU IS. MintsThe Kevenue Service. (Washington Telegram, 4th.) The annual report of the director of the mint shows that the work of the year per formed at the institutions under charge of the mint bureau has been unusually heavy. The deposits of gold bullion at mints and assay offices have been both in number and valne greater than in any previous year, ag gregating $98,835,096, and exceeding by nearly $30,000,000 the highest previous de posit of 1861. This gain was not the result of increased deposits of domestic productions of which $35,821,705 were received as against over $38,500,000 the previous year. The deposits of plate, jewelry and worn coin were abont $250,000 greater than in 1879, amounting to $1,485,844, and the receipts of foreign coin and bullion in creased nearly $60,000,000, being $61,627,046 out of a totel import of $62,- 550.837. The deposits of silver and deliver ies of purohases were only exceeded during the coinage of fractional silver ...

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. — 9 December 1880

WAITING ANXIOUSLY WAITING. There is waiting,anxious waiting,for the fish erman'a returning, And the angry winds are blowing, as the billows loudly roar There's a beacon in the window, and a cheer ful hre burning, To guide the stormtossedmariner in safety to the shore. There is waitine, on the deck, where the fish ermen are standing, And fervent prayers are offered that the storm may Boon be o'er All the sails are torn toribbands,and tae cables now are stranding Oh, God! have mercy on them! they are drifting on the shore! There is waiting, anxious waiting, for the tid. ings of the missing And tearful eyes are looking in 6aaaessto the&hore And the mother's heart is aching, as the child she's fondly hissing Whispers softly from its cradle, "Will papa come no more? There is waiting, anxious waiting, and the days and weeks are flying, Tet no coming of the missing ever glads the watcher's eyes And the waves for aye are surging, with a wild and mournful sighing, Where, in dreamless res...

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. — 9 December 1880

-1 Jt* ^T^ BHIOCTOH, Wis. #J* [Written for The Chicago Ledger FAME. BY EBI5H X, BEXFOBD Onee I knew a poor old poet, Aged with work and want and care, And the boon that most bo longed foi Anawered not his life-long prayer. Famishing, be bore his burden Bravely, as the poet can Hungry for some approbation From his se.fish fellow-man By-and-by he died When caring Nothing for love or fame, Men began to wreathe a laurel Bound ibe poor old poet's name. And they built a tomb of marble His last resting-place above Sbnttmcr out the rain and sunshine, And the flowers poets love Yesterday, as I waa going Sicwly down a crowded street, More than onco I heard eome children A sweet verso of his repeat When I eee the man who wrote it," Ono looked up to me and said I shall tell him that I love him." Ah," I answered, he is dead!" Papains by the dead still city, Saw I where a people's pride Beared a pile of dreary marble O'er the heart that arved and died. Ah," I thought," thb poor Oid poet, If the c...

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. — 9 December 1880

BY IlIK GOWiVARD BARS. BY CABBIE SH KVT. Wht'c tho kine looked on with reproachful eyes, And waited outside of the co'o-jard bars, On tho dewy grass at the milking hour He lay, as he gazed at the dawning stars, And who knows what they, wtre saying to him 1 For his wandering o: C3 grow brightgrew dim, Wbjlo they danco 1 in g'f s^d io ned keeping time To his quickened hoart IU its tL"B'u. rhyme. "Is the milking done? ba .tin ta'hor's \oice What I here are the cattle outside tUr bar, And that stupid boj, he's therf the dew With hia face uptnrned to the moon and btjrs." And the boy stood up and was eco'ded veil, For how conld his father, impatient, teH Of the heights to which he would some day rise, Viili. hit stupid wayo and hia droam.* fjes? How cou'd the fathei, my children, kno^v That great aetronomei earth can show Stood tremb ing thero in his htt'e ton, Who was late in getting the milking doi'o But weary of honors in after years Airji looked back through smiles and tears To the ol...

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. — 9 December 1880

%h~~ 4,"i *LT INDIAN AFFAIRS. irroal Report of Secretary SchurzKe view of His Four Years'Administration Recommendations for the Future. (Washington Telegram, 1st:) In his annual report the secretary of the interior gives a review, not only of the past year, but of the four years of his ad ministration. The larger part is reported devoted to Indian affairs. In his opening ohapter upon this subject the secretary gives an explanation of the important change whioh has taken place with regard to the reservation sjstem. He sajs, althongh at first accepting, as he found it, the reserva tion policy which had so long been followed by the Indian office, a more extensive obser vation of the matter gradually convinced him this was a mistaken policythat it would be better for the Indians, and more in accordance with justice, as well as wise ex pediency, to respeot their home attachments, to leave them upon the lands they occupied, provided such lands were capable of yielding them sustenance by 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. — 9 December 1880

Bo delinquents. Those who are indebt on subscrip hon ate earnestly requested to call around and pay up To some of our sublet ibers we would just simply re vunk, our patu,-ice is about exhausted, and there is a limit to all things. Octobei 21st, 1880. IMPORTANT. I inn iniiifti iywmmigiii|-,*- Startling #e*v Departure. To th$ CitLei of Princeton and Sur- rour din* Country. 11. li. powles & Co. have determined to I be disposed of cheap for^asU. Call and wakes, radical change in their stock of hts assoitment of overcoats, good^ and in order to effect said change will sell all kinda of dress and woolen good", and ladies' and childrens' shoes fiom this date until Januaiy 1st, 1880, at X-ost, lor cash only. First quality ot puntscashat 5 cts per yard, and eveiything in the above line of goods in like propoitiou Come and seee us and get such bai gains as were nc\ei before offered in this market II B. COWLES & Co. Princeton, D^c 7lb, 1^80. Fire in Greenbush. On Tuesday atfterjioon Mr...

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. — 16 December 1880

\H lftAlH%*ftB*tY Muiianljftm in 0 j^eeetwiee* oirf^tir Th Gapi ,*&. "A D. A. CiLEY CtmMf CflmpwmM at Alt ta "*f theOay O of fao9m in this Line North of St. Pan! and Minneapolis. rVwnt MediciMis Oils Paints, Dyea, Colors, Per Wps, brackets,.Toilet Requisites,Comb*, Musical fataem*. Trusses. Pocket Book*, ftocket Keives,Btati6steiy Candies Cigars, Tob4ceb,Ae.c. ftfap ut titituJa stats ito total ulfc ftut Ibta Stmt Phficti i iv 5 .JU. *t* Brugs,: Mewi^nes, Nations wild T|u^t^o^ Nt.NBXPt*irv forth* 'Dealer la 3 ENE ft A wiftOH A Ts #jg A I*rte StOcH or J^:^ Upte a^a fa^jGr6crif, General and Paocy Dry Goo, lfetioe, Men and Bo^a* Readf^lado Clothing, Hats and Cap, lkMi W' Show, G1a#wefe, CWBa^ftiJlonewartfj Cigaza add Tobacco.*'sthjl Choice*. Candie*, Confectionery and Fruiia iu'Prlcceto^. %&?M KH*M*f Farmm? Product TaUn. i* Ewehsngt ft Merchandi*. Tlie eiA Vn-Rellabie Firm Ad ei^Cprdially^PiiafJPafilliiew tQ Give asftCall Before- Purchasing Thjeir Fall ill^liee, aTe WttVOiianuiU...

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. — 16 December 1880

Boss Klley Oat. John Kelly's term as comptroller of the city ofNew Ycrk having expired, Mayor Cooper the 10th appointed Allan Campbell to the. place,-and theJboar&cI-aldermen prompt ly confirmed the appointment, the anti-Tarn nfanyaird Republican members voting to gether for confirmation. _* A School House Burned. About noon, Dec, 6, the school house In District No. 1, in Shakopee^ Minn., was discovered to be on fire,* Theflamesrapidlyclerk spread, and the building was soon destroyed. With the exception of a few moveable articles, all the contents of the building were consum ed. The loss will amount to about ,$3,000. The insurance is not known. 1 Incendiary (Fires. ,A A Deadwood dispatch of Dec. 9, says A fire in Custer City this morning, destroyed the principal hotel, a store and the postoffiee Loss, $4,000. The surrounding buildings were greatly damaged. Six incendiary fires have been discovered and extinguished in this city ike past fortnight. There seemsto be a deter mined e...

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. — 16 December 1880

S BAYARD AND CONKLING. A Correspondence Fa ll of Belligerent Poislblltiesor Mutual Apologies. WASHINGTON, Deo. 12.The following statement and appended letters have been furnished for publication: The publication in the Philadelphia Press, signed by C. A. Arthur, Rosooe Conkling, Geo. H. Boutweil and Noah Davis, dated in New York, November 29, last, but not pub lished un^l December 11, renders it proper that the subjoined letters should also be published. The dates of these letters and their contents fully explain them, and no other correspondence has passed between any of the signers of the card in the Press and myself. Mr. F. O. Burr, one of the editors in Philadelphia, had a letter from me prior to November 20,'in which I stated the falsity and malice of the report of my speeoh at Dover, which had been reported in the Press of Oct. 29. After the foregoing correspondence no fur ther statement on my part was deemed ne cessary. An interval of nearly three weeks elapsed before the par...

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. — 16 December 1880

There's a fierce gray bird with a sharpened beak, With an angry eye and a starting shriek, That nurses her brood where the cliff flowers blow On the pTecipice-top in perpetual snow Where the fountains are mute or in secrecy flow, That sits where the air is shrill and bleak. Or in splintered point ofa shiver'd peak. Where the weeds lie close and the grass sings sharp. To a comfortless tune like a wintry harp. Bald-headed and stripped, like a vulture torn In wind and strife, with her feathers worn And ruffled and stain'd while scattering bright, Bound her serpent neck that is wnthing,bare, Is a crimson collar of gleaming hairl Like the crest of a warrior thinned in the fight, And shorn, and bristlingsee her! where She sits in theglow of the sun-bright air! NEAL INFATUATION. There was a little group on the pretti est croquet-ground with a dimpled brook flickering by on one side, and a semi circle of tine old trees standing guard on the other. An elderly gentleman, in a linen coat, was ...

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. — 16 December 1880

"AND THOU HAST VOTED.' Letter from a Brooklyn young lady to a Boston miss who exercised the right of suff- rage:] And thou hast-voted i What didst thou wear When thou didst vote' How was it trim med' What thine arrangement of thine hair? Alas that fate should so have limned My life in shadows dun and black That I can't be a party-hack! And thou ha3t voted' Describe the hat Thou worest. Indeed,it 6hould be white To mark the era by thy toil begat An era of acquittal from the blight Which man,the tyrant, seeks to place On all sweet, lovely woman's race And thou hast voted Didst thou wear street Or evening costume at the polls? Did high-laced shoes begirt thy Boston feet, Or buttoned boots with heavy-soles9 O glorious suffrage' Heaven's gift To lend down-trodden girls a lift' Didst thy dress trail,or was it snort, When thou didst put thy ballot in 9 Didst cut it bias, or didst gore't9 Was't hauled well aft ann caught with pin? Alas that I have all that thou hast, And more, and yet canno...

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. — 16 December 1880

A HOTHE TO BOB INGERSOIJ IM I am Bitting by the fire, Bob, With baby on my knee, While my husband and its aire, Bob, Has read your views to me. My baby is a girl. Bob A dainty little thing No blossom in the garden, Bob, Is half so sweet in spring. I do not know the laws, Bob, By which her being came And of the laws of death, Bob, My knowledge is the eame. Nor do I know the laws, Bob, By which the flow'rets blow And how the winter comes, Bob, I nothing, nothing know. Anl how are yon so wise, Bob, That you should come to say, A doubtful thing is baby soul, Oh, tell my now, I pray? I cannot take it in, Bob, With baby in my arms, Her clinging, thrilling touch, Bob, Your every doubt disarms. She cannot speak a word, Bob, Yet I can surely see The soul within her eyes, Bob, la speaking unto ran. But O, I feel tne power, Bob, Of mother love within, I never in my life, Bob. Felt half so strong a thing. O, could you be a mother, Bob, A doubt would never rise That babies' vast inheritance Is n...

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. — 16 December 1880

V, BY CABRIE V. SHAW. 43 I attt thinking of you, darling, AB I watch the dying day, it A While the twilight dewa are falling And the light fades Blow away. I ahallln^k^y^aforeSret! $ When the autumn leaves are red I shallfeel yon once more near me, I shall hear the word? you said. j. When the winter snows.are dropping When the.bnds are bom again, And the ApfiTsHes are weeping, As in pity, for my pain, i* I shal think of you, and ever. Tip thejclosf olUife's bright day, Whes the dosja of death are falling And the light fades slow away. SCHELI, CITT, Mo. THE PHOT'S STOBlf, We had grown up together, as it were, Mollie and, I^out^parentp being, near neighbors', andwhich does^not always followfirm friends as well. They were poor, and I suspect that fact had much to do with their friendship, for oppor tunities were always turning up for help ing one another and I have often noticed that, when near neighbors are well off and have no need for mutual help there is vry., seldom any. friend sh...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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