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'J'jje ftutunm^days liaye come. Carpenter wanted immediacy, at Caley & Neely's. HOD. John H. Allen, U. S. land of. fice receiver at Fergus Fajls, is over here visiting his many friends. A choice lot of boots and shoes of all sorts and sizes just received at H. B. COWLES & Co's. Mr. N. E. Jesmer has a large force of carpeuters a w.orfc on his mam mouth UAW store. Mr. C. H. Rines is below this week selecting )iis stock of fall and winter goods. A full line of fall and winter cloth ing jus received, good and cheap, at II. B. COWLES & Co's. There is considerable building go ing on iu Princeton at present and carpenters are scarce. Messrs. Smith & Chapman's sugar cane mill at Spencer Brook, is in full blast at present. The Mille Lacs Minstrels will give an exhibition of their skill at Caley & Neely's hall next Friday evening. The best yetMr. Jssac Youpg, of East Baldwin, had a 20-acre field of wheat which averaged 23 bushejs to the acre. Why that unsightly ditch was id the road opposite Mr. Gerry Clough's is past the comprehension pf ordinary mortals. Rev. Mr. Henderson say, that if tqe young roosters don't behave bet ter, while in church, he will furnish the sheriff and justices some business. Mr. and Mrs. Al. Jones arrived in town Friday. Al. is busy getting his store into proper jhap and intends to open up" in a week or so. Court week commences at Cam idge, on Tuesday. "We Y\\] wager an old ljat that one third of the jury men can neither read nor write. We have just received a lot of real- ]y choice fall dress goods and prints until you can't restat H. B. COWI.ES $ Cp/s. "Will take wheat in exchange for goods or in payment of accounts now due. Now gentlemen bring in yourhis wheat and settle your bills and oblige D. A. CALKY. MarriedAt the residence of the bride's parents, on Sunday evening, by Rev. Mr. Henderson, Mr. Charles Fos ter to Miss Ida Gihnan. all of Prince ton. Long life and prosperity to the twain is the UNION'S worst wish. Two buggies collided on the road between. Mr. Benjamin McKenzie's and Mr. John Staddeu's, on Wednesday the occupants of one of them were un ceremoniously dumped on the road, but sustained no serious injury. Th parties t^ere all Princetpuites, Capt. MahIon Black, the democra tic candidate lor state auditor last year, was at the American House on Tuesday, and started up the West Brauch to look after some pine lands, be gone a week or ten days. While in St Paul last week, Mr. H. Cowles purchased a stock of fall and wjnter goods which have arrived, and are offered for sale at Cowles & Van Alstine's store at unprecedented low pi ices, Road overseers should see to it that all persons whose names are on the poll tax lists work out (or pay) their tax on the highway. Let there be no favoritism shown. Those who refuse tp wprk can be compelled to by pTocess of law. Road Overseer Harniqp is doing some excellent jobs on the oads and streets within the village limits. Let the good work go on until ajl thebook approaches to the town are in a pass, able cqndtyiqn and the people will rie up and call Mr. Harmon blessed. Lawyer Ross Is pleased because Judge McKelvy has decided two cases in favor of his clientsA.P. Barker vr. W. N Allen, and the ap' peal case of the Sheriff of Mille Lacs county vs. Mary Anderson. W i i FireDwelling House Destroyed. About half past 10 p. M., on Thurs day night, Mr. Willjam Applegate was awakened from his sleep by a rush ing noire as that created by a whirl wind, Be jumped out of bed and on opemnfthe door leading to the kitch en he Jas amazed-to find that part of the hc&ise enveloped in flames. He immediately gave the alarm and hur ried hisjwjfe and children down stairs ip a fefr moments a large crowd had assembled but the were powerless to btay the progress of the fiery element in less than an hour $he buildjng was reduced to a heap of rjnpuldering ashes. How the fire1 originated js a mystery. We understand the house was insured in the Si. Paul Fire & Marine to the atnpunt of $700. A party of young people from Spen der Brook and Wyanctt, consisting of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Thompson, Miss Lillie Bartbn, Miss May Hanney, Miss Annie Hanney, Messrs, James Mc Ken7ie, Fred Howard and Charlie Thompson, attended the Congrega tional church, Sunday evening. cutduties. Miss Abbie M. Stevens, a young lady from North Rehobott, Mass., has arrived in Princeton, on a visit to herrecorded unit, Mrs. Ruth A. Briges. Miss Stevens has been staying in Illinois for some time past, and will visit her friends in this place until next spring when she will return to Jier. home i'i) the e^st. The Indians cantped along thp Ger many road and in the neighborhood of Stanchfjeld Lake manage to keep full of benzine most of the time for the past few weeks the sounds of their drunken revelry aie anything but soothing to the ears of the white set tiers. The authorities should make an effort to discover who the miscre ants are that furnish the whisky to the Indians. The attention of road overseer Leavitt is called to the deplorable condition of fhe highways jn his dis trict wijthin the village limits. Only la more days to attend to this' matter of po)l tax.' T/hc board of supervis ors of the town of Princeton will hold the overseer of each of the several districts Jo a $tric accountability for the faithful perforniance of their Proclamation. We want the people of Princeton and surrounding country to know that we will uqt be undersold for cash. We will sell you clothing, hats and caps, boots and shoes, staple and fancy dress goods, groceries and provisions as cheap ior cash as the same qualitv can be bought for anywhere in the state. Come and see us and we will convince you of the fact. H. B. COWLKS & Co. Mr. Harry Head is back again with Mr. D. Murray. Mr. Murray is quite seriously indisposed and intends to take a trip to Ohio, perhaps to Florida, for the benefit of his health, and in his absence he was anxious that Mr. Head should be in his store when thesp circumstanpes were made known to Mr. Rines he kindly con sented to allow Mr. Head to cancel engagement with Lip. Will Cil loy, one of the best boys in town, is npw clerking in the OJd Reliable Store. Aug and Will make a teani that is hard to beat. Mrs. Mary Gillis died at her resi dence in East Baldwin, on Saturday morning. Her health had been deli cate for a couple of years past, the immediate cause of her death was heart disease, superinduced by thewhich terrible shock her nervous system re ceived at the time of the shooting of her husband about five weeks ago. The funeral, which took place on Sunday afternoon, was largely attend edall the neighbors and many peo ple from Princeton being present. Rev. Mr. Henderson preached thp sermon* J. P. Caldwell, M. D-, Physician and Surgeon, Princeton, Minn. Refers to Faculty Bennett Medical Col lege, Chicago, ill., and to Dr. Mitchell, Elk River, Special attention to diseases of women, diseases of children and chronic diseases. Residence at the North Star Hotel. MORTGAGE SALE. "YVHEREAS, default ha* been made in the conditions of a certain mortgage bearing date the 21st day of September, A. D., 1875, made and exe cuted by Joseph L. Cater and Eliza T. Cater, lna wife, mortgagors, to Sewell Phelp, mortgagee, and recorded in the office for the Registry of Deeds in and for the county of Mille Lacs, Minnesota, OH the 23rd day of September, A. D. 1875, at 5 o'clock in the afternoon of said day, in "B" of mortgages, pages 291 and 292: And' whereas, said above described mortgage conveyed the followiug described pieces or parcels of land lying and being situate in the county of Mille Lacs and State of Minnesota, to wit the east half of theOur south weBt quarter and the west half of the south east quarter of section No. thir teen (13) in township No. thirty-six (30) north, of range twenly-fecvcn (27) west, containing qne hundred and sixty acres according to government purvey thereof: And whereas, thcic is due at the date of this notice, on said mortgage, the sum of three hundred and sixty-nine and fifty one hundredths dollar^jand no proceedings at law or otherwise have been had to recover said sum or any portion thereof. Now, therefore, notice is hereby gifen that by virtue of a power of.sale in said mortgage contained and pursuant to the statute in such case made and*prviclcd, sai(jt mortgage will b.c foreclosed by a sale paid mortgaged premises, at public auction to the highest cash bidder, by the sheriff of said*county of Mille Lace, at the iroat door of the court house, in the village of Princeton, in taid Mille Lacs cpunty, ou 10 O'CrOCK the Forenoon of said Day, to satisfy said sum, and interest and costs of foreclosure and twenty-flve dollar at torney S fecs^proyided1879in for said mort gage in caep qf a foreclosure thereof. 2Cth, VS Da, A A RTX& :iy.mr 1I0ETGAGE SALE. Dated, September 3rd, A. D. 179. PHEBE M. SouiiK, Mortgagee. WILSON, LAWRENCE & ROGERS, Attorneys for Mortgagee, Minneapolis, Minn. ot Paul, Minneapolis & Manitoba Railway Co.Land Department. A. M. Fridley, agent of the company, will be at, Anoka, on the fiist Tuesday at Elk Kiver, on the second Tqesdaj at Sauk Kapids, on the third Tuesday and at Princeton, on the fourth Tuesday of each and every month till further notice for the purpose of transactiug business connected with the land depaitment of this load. D. A. MCKINLAY, Land Commissioner. mw WHEREAS, default hasliocn made in the payment of the moucy se cured by a certain mortgage, bearing date the first day of December, A. D. 1876. irade and executod by Elizabeth G. Mc Arthur and Robert IJ. McArthur, each of the county of Mille Lacs, and State of Minnesota, as mortgagors to Austin Gorb in, mortgagee, of Now York City,* and State of N. which said mortgage was in the office of the Register of Deeds of said county of Slillc Laos, in book ."B" pf mortgages, on pages 438, 439 and 440: And whereas no action or pro ceeding at law or in equity has been in stituted to recover the debt secured by wiid mortgage, or any part thereof And whereas t4je amount claimed to bo and no,w actually due. on said mortgage at the date hereof, is the sum oj? one hundicd and eighty-one and 58-10P dollars, besides $25 attorney's fees, being the aggiegate sum of $200 58-100: Now, therefore, notice is hereby given that by virtue of the covenants of said mortgage, and of the power of sale therein contained and there with recorded, the said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the premises here inafter described, by the sheriff of said county of Mille Lacs, or his deputy, at the front door of Ihe court house, in" the village of Princeton, in the county of Mille Lacs, and State of Minnesota, on SATURDAY, the 11th day of OCTOBER, 1879, at one o'clock in the afternoon-, of'that day. The following is a description of the mortgaged premises so as aforesaid to be sold, substantially conforming to that contained in the mortgage: The south east quarter of the south west quarter of section thirty-five, township thirty-six, north of range twenty-seven west. Dated August 27lh, 1879. AUSTIN CORBIN, Mortgagee J. A. ROSS, Attoiney for Mortgagee. MORTGAGE SALE- PEPAULT THE BOSSJHRESHER, SLATER BIROS'. SWEEPSTAKE MACHINE- We Gurantcc to Do Good WoikThresh Clean and Expeditiously. Give Us a Trial and We Will Satisfy You. Terms are 3 and 5 Cents Per Bushel SLATER BROS. Princeton Minn. A, FRATERNAL LODGE NO. 92 A.\F.\& A.'. M,\ Regular Communications held on Uie second and fovp'th Wednesday even ing in each month. NEWELL A. ROSS. W.\ S i O. H. OHADBOURNE,SEC.# Owner Wanted. TAKEN UrA spotted yearling male calf, some weeks ago. The owner la re quested? to call, prove property, pay charges and take it away. LEWIS HALVORSON, ^_fc Qrcenbush Minn fTO CONSUMPTIVES. I The advertiser, having been permanent ly cured ot that dread disease, Consump tion, by|a simple remedy, is anxious to make known to his fellow-suffarers the means of cure/ TO all Who desire it. he will send a copy of the proscriptioprepare of charge1,) Mortgagee. ELP6 A. P. BARKER, Attorney for iSortga^c Princeton, Miuu. UIlB0 -e ^wrr* having been made in the payment of the sum of four hun dred and eighty six dollars, whiph is claimed to he due at the date of thjs no tice upon a certain mortgage, duly exe cuted and delivered by Sarah W, Smith and George M. Smith, her husband, to Phcbe M. S,Qtile, bearing date the 23th day of June, 1874, and duly recorded in the office of the register of deeds in and for the county of Mille Lacs and State of Minnesota, on the 19th day of Novembpi, A. D. 1874, at 2 o'clock p. M., in book "B" of mortgages, on pages 238 and 239, and no action nor proceeding at law nor otherwise having been instituted to re cover ihe debt secured by said mortgage, nor any part theitit: Now therefore, no tice is heieby given, that by virtue of a power qf sale contained in said mortgage, and puisuant to the statute in such cae made and provided, the said mortgage will be foreclosed, and the piemises described in and covered by f-nid mortgage, viz:Highest Lots one , two  and three  in block five (5j of the townsite of Prince ton, according to the recorded plat there of in the legistry of deeds of said Mille Lacs county, all said lots lying and being in Mille Lacs county. and,siate pf Mijmo- sota, with the hereditament's and appur tenances, will he sold j}t public auction, to the highest bidder for cash, to pay said debt and interest, and twenty five dollars attorney's fees, as stipulated in and by said mortgage, in case of foreclosure, and the disbursements avowed by law, sale will be made by the sheriff ot said Mille Lacs county, at the front door of the court house, in the town of Prince ton in said county and slate, on the 29th day of October, 1S7S, at 10 o'clock, A. M., of that day. (fre with the directions tor ing and.using the same, which they will find a sure cure for Consumption, Asthma Bronchitis, &c. Parties wishing the pre scription will please address ETA. \yil son. 104 Peun st., Williamsburgh, N. C*.4:FM W**ml\l1V'^m*mi"' PKINCETON BUPJCSMITH SHOP11 f. [tfEXTf"D00R TO CALEY & NEELY'SJ Mam St., Princeton, Minn. HORSESHOEING AND OX-SHO E ING A Speciality. LOGGING AND TOTE SLEDS AL- WAYS ON HAND. All Kinds of Blacksmithing Done in tjte BEST STYLE and at Reason able Rates. I Employ ^FIRST-CLASS WORKMEN and Use the Best Material and War- rant All Work Done. -~v* PROPRIETOR. Princeton, Minn. 3T THE ACCOMODATIONS ARE FIRST-CLASS. Those Wlio Stop at the American Once Generally Do so Afterwards, The Best in tlic Worid! THE WESTERN COTTAGE ORGAiN Constant By on Hand and tor Sale by E. A. ROSS^ i 11 iipj&mmmm CAI.EY, Prop'r. E O. GILE, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE A RESIDENCE. New Boot & Shoe Shop. Custom Boots and ShoesGuaranteed to be the Best of StockCheap for Cash. REPAIRING NEATLY DONE. E^~Sho? Over D. fl. Murray's Store. J. A. WALKER. S. IV BYERS' GENERAL STORE, MAIN STREET* JC^E^LOWEST PBICES EVER KNOWN TO THE RETAIL TRADE. Price Paid for Ears AMERIGAN HOUSE. F. M, Campbell, Agent for Princeton. jfc^COFFINS MADE TO ORDER BY THE ROSS BROS. SPENCER BROOK. W. A. SMITH SPENGER BROOK. HAS A GENERAL STORE Well Stocked With DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS, iEARTHENWARE, FARMING IM- PLEMENTS., &c. $c. PRODUCE TAKEN IN [EX CHANGE FOR GOODS. HIGHEST CASH PRICK PAID FOR WHEAT1 Will not be Undersold by the Merchants of my of the Surrounding Towns-d $66 A your own towu, an WEL no capital disked. You can give the business a trial without expense. Thewith hest opportunity ever offered tor those llling to work. You should try nothimr else until you see for yourself what you can do at the business we offer. No room to explain buc You can devote all your time or only, your spare time to the busi ness, aild*mane great pay for ever hour that yod Avork. Women make as much as men.' Send for special private terms and particulars, which we will mail frco outfit tree. Don't complain of hard times wliilc you have such a chaucc. Ad dress H. HALLET & CO., Portland Maine HARDWARE. Caley&Neely Princeton, Minn. Dealers in Heavy $ Shelf Hardware, Stoves, Tlmvarc, Kails, Axes, Rope, Saws, Chains, fyc., fyc. WINDOW GLASS Farm Machinery: MITCHELL WAGONS, SUPERIOR BROADCAST SEEDERS & SUPE- RIOR GRAIN DRILLS,MQNIT0R & JOHN DEER PLOWS. GANG & SULKEY PLOWS. CHAMP. ION REAPERS & MOWERS, GORHAM & PEERLESS SULKEY CULTIVATORS, SHOVEL PLOWS, MON- ITOR & TIGER HORSE RAKES, & BURRS CARPENTERS, SELF DUMP RAKES FARMER'S and JOINER'S TOOLS- POCKET & TABLE CUTLERY. HARNESS TRIMMINGGS, WHIPS, &c, &c. Wheel Barrows, Wooden Pumps, Lead Pipe Cistern Pumps, Wagon and Carriage Stock, Paints, Oils, and Lubri- cants. Together With a Thousand Other Articles Which Go to Com plete a First Class HAKBWAJRJB STORE. Also Dealers in FURNITURE AND h'l Soars, Slisds, and Building Material SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS OFFERED IN Stoevs, All Kinds of Jobbing Done on Short No tice and at Reasonable Rates. Close Cash Buyers Will Do Well to Call on Us Before Piirchasing, As We Defy Competition!!! Caley&Neely PRINCETON. MINN. A. P, and H. F. BARKER, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. A. P. BARKER.-Office at Princeton. H. F. BARKER:Office at Cambridge. JOSEPH A ROSS, Attorney and Counselor at Law"1 PRINCETON, MINX P. A. CALEY, Clerk of the District Court, PRINCETON, MLLLE LACS CO., MINN. VWtyy a recent act of Congress, you can betore the Clerk of Court and prove up ou your claim or homestead you need nqt go to a U. S, Land office. J- L. BRADY, Attorney-At-Law, PRINCETON, MINN EIF'Also Pension Solicitor, and Special Ayont for Leading American and Europe an Insurance Companies. READ! READ!! READ!!! A Cure Guaranteed or Money Refunded. Joseph Nokes manufactures an eve water that ho will warrant to effect a cure every time No cure, money refunded. 1 his is no humbug. You that are afflicted soic eyes give him a trial. You have nothing to lose and everything to earn Price $1 per bottle, 6 ."'1 PIMPLES. VnJtSLM ee i nuntfiMBU MONTH $300 8 tue "ceipt for a simple Vegetable Balm that will fremove Tan Freckles, Pimples and Blotches, leaving the skiq soft, tWaud beautiful 'also i S structjous for producing a luxuriant ucloMujr 3 cent, Umn Ben \Adeit & Co, aT inn 8t..lB& Verk ssm PILES of all kinds of Tumois, dis charges of blood or mucus and disease? of ihe rectum quickly and perfectly cured by a simple and soothing remedy. For informatioaaddres*. Dr. J. Paber & Co., 22 Ann St., N. Y. guaranteed. $12 A day made by the industrious Capital not required we will start you. Men, women, boyg and girls make money faster at work for us than at anything else. The work is light and pleasant, and such as anyone can go right at. Those who arc wise who see this notice will send their addresses at once and see for themselves. Costly outfits and terms free. Now is the time. Those already at work are laying up large sums of money. Address TRUE & CO., Augusta, Maine. ERRORS OF YOUTH. A genileman whp seffered for years from Nervous Debility and Prematnro Decay, and all the effects of youtbfu.1 in discretion, will for the sake of suffering humanity, send free to all whq Reed it, the recipe and direction for making the simple remedy by which he was cured. SnCer erenj wishing to profit by the advertiser's experience can do so by addressing in per fect confidence. John B. Ogden, 42 Cedar St. New York. OCEAN STEAMERS. WHITE STAR LINE. FROM AND TO EUROPK KROM NEW YORK. Procure through tickets by the cheapest and hest line of Steamers to Liverpool and Queeustown, Dublin, Belfast, London derry, Glasgow, Cardiff, Bristol, Bergen, t-hristiaun, Chaisteansand, Stavanger, Ihroudhjen, Bremen, Copenhagen, Goth eiiburgh. Groninger, Harve, Hamburgh, Ilarlmgen, Malmo, Paris, Rotterdam and otter .European continental cities, as well as tickets by rail to New York in connec tion therewith, and all necessary informa tion regaidmg the aa,me of A. P. BAKKEK, Agnt, Pri'neeloi\, Minnesota,. THE WORLD-S BALM. DR. L. D. WKYRURN.S ALTERAHV* SYRUP. ^"A remedy used THIRTY FIVE YEARS in a private practice, and nev er failing to radically cure RHEUMATISM Dropsy, Erysipelas, Scorfula, Secondary Syphili, Gravel, Diabetes, and all diseasee in which the blood is implicated, is now offered to the pnblic. Sold by all retail druggists, and (whole sale only) by the Weyburn Mpdicine Co. P. O. Box 338, Rochester, N. 1 WINTER TIME TABLE. PRINGETON&ELKRIVER IAII, STAGE I-IffE, Campbell & Libby, Prop's Leave American House, Princeton, Daily (Except Sunday) at 7 A. M. Leave Elk River Daily (Except Sun- day') at 12 M. All Goods by Express* or Freight Consigned to Our Care, Promptly At tended to, OFFICE AT ELK RIVER. CUA-'S KEiiu. on B. macros- GEO. P. WILSON[Al'TY-GEN.] Kerr, Wilson & Benton, Attorneys-at-I^aw, ST. PAUL, MINN. 5^-Mr. Kerr or Mr. Wilson Will Attend Each Term of Court in Mille Lacs Co. ST. PA-TO GLOBE, Daily and Weekly. THE DAILY GLOBE Is a Iwm Paper, Containing Fall AaaoeUted fnm Dispatehn and all the News of the day. It is sent by mail postpaid, without the Sunday edition, (Six Papers per Week) for 60 Cents Per Month. With the 8onday Editiom (8avm Papers Per Week,) 70 Cents Per Month. 1. Weakly We SI. Large*a4Beef But*** ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, Postage Prepaid. The WEEKLY GLOBE is an Eight-Page Paper, Seven Columns to ihe Page, making a Sheet pf Fiflgr-8ix Columns, Jt hM Fall Market Report*. 9 &A^PUB COPIES S^BBTJB. address, j* H. HALL, Publish**, 1^