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I aru paying CASH for wheltt. C. II. RtfcES. A choice lot* of boots nnd shoes of all sorts and si7es jttet received at II. B. COWLKS & Co's.' C. IT, Riuvt is paying CASH for *-heat. ROttd oVersccr ltannon and "his crew of men area work repairing Wood wa rd Brook bridge and approaches. A full line of fall and winter cloth ing just received, good and cheap, at H. H. Coiri.cs & tVs. The UNI ON wonld like to have live correspondents in each of the follow in s towns: Milo. t&aehill, Baldwin, Bradford and Wvanett. We have just received a lot of real ly choice fall dress oods and piiuts tnitil vmi civn't restat If. COWI.FS & Co's. Vritt, Kincs & Buck dispatched a civw of men to Bogus Brook, on Mon day and Tuesday, to erect hovels in which to l, spring out" oxen. The fall term of school commenced in this village on Monday, with a good attendance of pupils Mr. S. Mor ris and Mr. C. A. Winchester are the teac*ieis. Will take wheat in exchange for goods or in payment of accounts now due. Now gentlemen bring in your wheat and settle 3 our bills and oblige D.*A. CALET. Mr. II B. Cowles had 800-bushels of No. 1 wheal on his Wyanett farm in average of over 20 bushels to 't le acre. Dr. Caldwell has gone to Illiuois after his wife and family. Some peo ple express the opinion that the doc tor will not return to Princeton a'rain. WTe understand that Peter Anderson contemplates building a blacksmith shop in the vicinity of the south end of the West Branch bridge. Mr. Jerry Donnelly, of Wyannett. left three as large blood beets as we have ever secu at this office, on Wed nesday, Of cousre, we have seen larger beatswalking. Mr. Charlie Ayers put in an ap pearance ^n town en Monday evening, for the first time since last spring. Charlie i doing a good business with lus threshing machine in Greecbush and Milo. Proclamation. We want the people of Princeton and surrounding country to know that we \Vill not be undersold for cash. W will .sell you clothing, hats and caps, boots and shots,staple and fancy dress jjoods, groceries and provisions as cheap for cash as the same quality can be bought for anywhere in the tate Come and ce us and we will -convince you of the fact. II. B. COWLES & Co. Town clerk's must return 'taxes voted at 'the annual town meetings to'the coimtyauditor on or before the 10th of October. Road overseers are com^ellefi by'lawfto return the land load tttxnvarrants to the town clerk on or before the 1st of October: and the town clerk is obliged to return the delinquent list to the county audi tor on or before the 1st of November. Supervisors Whitney and Newton made a trip up through the woods as far as Cobb's crossing, on Monday, to examiuednto the condition of the roads and bridges. They were not very favorably impressed with the bridge at Cobb crossingand,still let* so with the Wood ward. Brtfolc srtrUctaie, on which over $50 has already been ex upended this fall. That the town is crippled- financial- Jy at present, and that the-road over see for district No. 5 is doing the bebt ho cau under the circumstances are facts we are well aware of, still something should be done 1 to render that hill, below Mr. Craven'* house, outhe Baldwjnaad SpcucerJJrook road passable to loaded teams. The mills shops.and itoreb of Princeton tianwct a good deal of business with the peo plo who are compelled to travel this road to get to town and it' is in the 'interest of the town that we again L*al attention to this matter* JtwMfc^IMIHlliH||ti||||| W Want Our Pay-Want it Now. Patience has ceased to be a virtue with us. OUT creditors are pushing us hard. Ou books Bhotf that there are oxer $600 duo us. Now want all who aro indebted to us ou sub scription or otherwise to pay up at once. I costs money to publish the UNIONat least $60 cash per month, not counting our own time and labor a anything. While we are anxious to secure all the subscribers we possibly can, our margin for prolit on sub scriptions is so small that we can ill a fib rd to wait one year, much less two or three, for our pay. If you can't pay for jour paper at least once a year, for God' sake don't subscribe. Perhtip-j there aro some who will take oflence at our plain talk, if so, we can't help it. We are asking for what is honestly due and we propose to Lave it. At the Isanti county republican convention, held at Cambridge, on Wednesday, the following nominations were made by acclamation School supeiintendent, Rev. Charles Booth court commissioner, W Nesbitt coroner, O, Hallin county surveyor, Hans Larson commissioner 2nd dis- tiict, Jessie Smith, of Stanford. In some -respects the county fair, which was held on Wednesday and Thurs- day, was a success As usual, Spen- cer Brook and Wyanett carried off most of the premiums. Wheat from H. B. Cowles' VVyanett farm took the first piemium. W are sorry, howev- er, to record that the Press goslings were "scooped."' J. Caldwell, M. Physician and Surgeon, Princpton, Minn. Refers to Faculty Bennett Medical Col lege, Chicago, lit., and to Dr. Mitchell, Elik River. Special attention to diseases of women, diseases cmldren and chronic diseases. Residence at the .North Star Hotel. EVIICE OF FINAL HOMESTEAD PROOF. Laud Office at Taylors Falls, Minn., Sept 19th, 1879. ^"OTICE is hereby given that the following-named sutler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof iu support of his claim, and secure final entry thereof at the expiration of thiity days from the date of this notice, vi/.: Alonzo II Taylor, Homestead Applica tion No. 2."i07, for the sw3^ and s) 2 $1500 *H Min.|. sec. -17by se54 sec. IS. T. 37 R. 27, andwHch names the following as his witnesses, viz: Newton JSTelfcon, of MilleLacs Co.. jfliiin., nud Nicolary Waxuioulh, of Mille Lacs Co., Minn. J. P. OWENS, Register. .W" a vMii-i or 5 to $20 a O WVV^ risl-. Women dloy aos wellwaas]menJj Man0y make more than the amount stated above. No one can fail to make money fast. Any one can do the wofck. You can make from 50 cents to $2 an hour by devoting your evenings and spare time to'the busi ness. Nothing like it for making money ever offered before. Business "pleasant and stiictly honorable. Reader, you want to know all about the 'best paying business before the public, send us your address and we will send you full partic ulars anc' private terms free samples worth $5 also free you can then make up your mind for yourself. Address GEORGE .STINSON.& CO., Portland, Elaine. OCft J^ MORTGAGE RALE. ^HEREAS, default lias been made in the conditions of a certain mortgage bearing date the 21st day of September, A. D., 1873, made and exe cuted by Joseph L. Cater and Eliza T. Cater, his wite, mortgagors, to Sewell Phelp", mortgagee, and recorded iu the office for the Reentry of Deeds in and for the county of Mille Lacs, Minnesota, on the 23rd day of September, A. D. 1875 at 5 o'clock in the afternoon of said day in boot "B" of mortgages, par 291 and 292: AAV M1,S said above described mortgage convej-ed the following 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 the south west quarter and the west half of the south cast,quarter of section No thir teen (13) in township No. thirty six (36) north, of range twenty-seven (27) west containing one hundred and sixty acres accoiding to government survey therCot And whereas, there is due at the date of this notice on said mortgage, the sum of three hundred audsixty-niue and fifty one hundredths dollars, and uo proceedings at law or otherwise have been had to recover said sum or any portion thereof. Now therefore, notice is hereby given that bv virtue of a power of sale in said mortgage contwneaVaudpursuant io the suuuio in such case made and provided, the said mortgagewiH foreclosed bv a sale ot said mortgaged premises, at public auction to the highert cash bidder, by thoslioriff of said county of JVUllp Lacfc at the lrottt door of the court house, in the viilace of Princeton, in iiud Mille Lacs couuty, on 11th Day of OCTOBER, A. D. 1879 at 10 O'CLOCK Jiivthe Forenoon of saidliav to satisfy said siim, and interest and costs of foreclosure and twcWy-fiVe dollar at torney's fees-provided for iu saW ni0rt,' gage case of a foreclosure therc6f.r% Da, d August 8l6Ui,,1870., Mo fo p\prSffi jST i'" t*ZJ&t* KW-tfrMf CMUttf* tft t'JW^tlfefcfcft #*V.**ft ff**t8 ^fcM1 t- ft*V 5-t* MORTGAGE SALE. W I1EREA8, default lias been made in the payment of the money se cured by a ccitain mortgage, bearing date the first day of December, A. D. 187G made and executed by Elizabeth G. Mc Arlhur and Robert U. MCArthur, each of the county of Mille Lnes, and State of Minnesota, ns mortgagors to Austin Corb in, mortgagee, of New York City, "and State of N which said mortgage was recorded in the office of ihe Register of Deeds of said county of Mille Lnes. in book "B" of mortgages, on paces 488, 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 said mortgage, or any part thereof: And wheieas \ha amount claimed to be and now actually due, on said mortgage- at the date hereof, is tho sum of one hundred and eighty-one and 58-100 dollars, besides $25 attorney's fees, being the aggregate sum of $200 58-100: Now, therefore, notice is hereby given that by virtue of the covenants of said mortgage, and of the pbwer of sale therein contained and there with iccorded, 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 tho front door of the court house, in" the village of l^iincetou, in the county of Mille Lncs, and State of Minnesota on SATURDAY, the 11th day of OCTOBER, 1870, at one o'clock in the- afternoon of that day. The following is a description of ttfe 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 thirtj'-six, north of range twenty-seven west. Dated August 27th, 1879. AUSTIN CORB1N, Mortgagee. J. A.ROSS, Attorney for Mortgagee. MORTGAGE SALE- TYEFAULT having been made in the payment of U13 sum of four hun dred and eighty six dollars, which is claimed to be due at the date of this no tice upon a certain mortgage, duly exe cuted and deliveied by Sarah W. Smith and George M. Smith, her husband, to Phebc M. Soulc, bearing date the 25th 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 November, A. D. 1S74, at 2 o'clock v. M., in book B" of mortgages, on pages 38 and 239, and no action rcor proceeding sit law nor otherwise having been instituted to re cover the debt secured by said mortgage, nor any pait ttaerof: Now therefore, no tice is hereby given, that by virtue of a power of sale contained an said mortgage, and put sunlit to the statute in such easel made and provided, the said mortgage will be foreclose^ and 'the premises described in and covered by said "mortgage, viz: Lots one ["1], two  and three [3^ in block five [5J of the townsitc of Piiuce ton, according to the recorded plat there of in the registry of deeds of said Mille Lacs county, all said lots lying and being in Mille Lacs county, and state of Minne sota, with the hereditaments and appur tenances, will be sold at public auction, to the highest bidder for cash to pay aid debt and interest, and twenty live dollars attorney's fees, as stipulated in aud said m011gage, in case of foreclosure, aiid the disbursements allowed by law, sale will be made by the sheriff of said Mille Lacs couuty, at the front door of the court house, in the town of Prince ton in .said county aud state, on the 29th day of October, lbTO, at 10 o^clock, A. M., of that day Dated, September 3rd, A. D. 1679. PHUIJE M. SOULE, Mortgagee. "WILSON, LAWKKNCE& KOHKKS, Attorneys for Mortgagee, Minneapolis, Minn. 3t Paul, Minneapolis & Manitoba Hauwscp CoLand Department. A. M. Fridley, agent of the companv, will be at Anoka, on the first Tuesday at Elk River, on the second Tuesday at Sauk Rapids, on the third Tuesday and at Princeton, the ffourth Tuesday of each and every month till further notice, for fthe purpose of transacting business connected wifch the land department of H113 road. I). A. MCKINTAY, Land Commissioner. fHrBlsJiRESlEl SVrEEPS'MMCE MACHINE* We'Guranteo to Do Good WoricThresh Clean and Expeditiously. Qi^e Us a Trial and We Will^Saiisfy I You. Our Terms are 3 and 5 Cents Per Buphel ins SLATER BROtfe Prmeeton Minn. FRATERNAL LODGE NO. 92 A.\F.\& A.'. M.\ Tiegtf.Hr 'Communications-held on second ,and fourth "Wcduesday even in each month. NEWELL A. ROBB, W.\ C. II. ClIAdB0URNE,*EOi Owner Wanted. 'HAKEN UPA spotted yearling male calf, some weeks ago. The owner is re- ShlSandtSelA 1 'fi: *ft LEWI& HALVOHSpN, GrcenlHish Mibn, X) CONSUMPTIVES. The advertiser, having been permanent ly cMrdafrtlittt dread disease, Consupip ion, bra simple remedy, is anxious to cn~n dIo at tho buslnesiTwVoffeir. make leflown to his fellow-sufferers the to explain hero. Y&u can devwre ul means of. cure. To all who desire it,. Ijc Jime or only your spare time to tho busi wiH send a copy of the prescription (free of charge,) with the directions for prepar ing 'andusing the same, which they will Unpen find a sale euro for Consumption, Asthma 3rom$Uv. &c. Putties Ashingthe^o script ion. will please addict, E. A. wi sop, 19'VPcuttst., WiUiawaburgh, N. Y. PRINCETON BLACKSMITH [NEX/F DOOR TO CALKY & NKKLY'KJ Main St., Princbton, Minn. HORSESHOEIN AND O X- S HOE ING A Speciality. LOGGING AND TOTE SLEDS AL- WAYS ON HAND. All Kinds of Blacksmithing Done in the BUST STYLE and at Reason- able Rates. Employ FIRST-CLASS WORKMEN and Use the Best Material and War- rant All Work Done. II. CAIJEY, 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 Tor Cash. REPAIRING NEATLY DONE. JSPShop Over D. 11. Munay's Store. A WALKER. S_ JV BYE S* GENERAL STORE. MAIN STREET, ^JfLOWEST PRICES EVER KNOWN TO THE RETAIL TRADE. Highest Price Paid for Furs AMERIGAN HOUSE. F, M. Campbell, PROPRIETOR. Princeton, miim. 3* THK ACCOMODATIONS ARE FIRST-CLASS. Those Who Siop at the American Once Generally Do so Afterwards, The Best in the World! THE WESTERN COTTAGE ORGAN Constantly on Hand and loa? Sale by E- A. ROSSI Agent for Princeton. E3TC0FFINS MADE O ORDER EY THE ROSS BROS. SPENCER BROOK. W.,A. SMITH SPENGER BROOK. HAS GENERAL STORE Wel (Stocked With tDm GOODS, GROCERIES, BOOTS &>SHOES HATS & CAPS, gEARTHENWARE, FARMINGIM- 1 PLEMEXTS. &c. &c., PRODUCE TAKEN IN [EX CHANGE FOR GOODS. "HI04IEST CASH PRICK PAID FOR WHEAT1 Wiil ^\^dejsold by Oie Merchmts of^any of the Surrounding Towns- $66 A WEEK ia your n.o capital risked. You cangive noes, and make town, and! can the business a trial without exueflse. The tyst opportunity ever ottered for thosA i I ling to work. You should uotUiug Clsd uuttl you sec for yourself what you at th business we offer No room to explain hero Y6 ca al your VOu vi!'eatt grea pay for over hour Wome make as much that you work. Women Send for special private terms and particular.*, which vfo will iuail,frec. 5 outht, free. Don't complain of hard limes wiiileyou have Such a chance. Ad ,dns H, MALtMV&UO., Portland Majue ^*^&v*^wn^e*mm3t&m&w ntr^rv^ino^vta*?****.-* HARDWARE. SHOP11Caley&Neely Princeton, jflinn. i Dealers in Heavy Slwlf Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, Nails, Axes, Rope, Saws, Cliaim, c, c. WINDOW GLASS Farm Machinery: MITCHELL WAGONS, SUPERIOR BROADCAST SEEDERS & SUPE- RIOR GRAIN DRILLS.MONITOR & JOHN DEER PLOWS. GANG & SULKEY PLOWS. CHAMP- ION REAPERS & MOWER S, GORHAM & PEERLESS SULKEY CULTIVATORS SHOVEL PLOWS, MON 1TOR & TIGER HORSE RAKES, & BURRS CARPENTER'S, SELF DUMP RAKES FARMER'S and JOINER'S TOOLS- POCKET & TABLE CUTLERY. HARNESS TPJMMINGGS, WHIPS, &c, &c. Wheel Barrows, Wooden Pumps, Lead Pipe Cistern Pumps, Wagon and Carriage Stock, Paints, Oils, and Lubri- cants, Together With a Thousand Other Articles Which Go to Com- plete a First Class HARDWARE STORE. Also Dealers in FURNITURE AND Doors, Slinis, a .d Building Mrial SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS OFFERED Stoevs. All Kinds of Jobbing Done on Short No tice and-at Reasonable Rate*. Close Cash Buyers Will Do Well to Call an Us Eefo-e Purchasing, As We Defy Competition!!! Caley& Neely PRINCETO N, MIXN. A. P, and H. F. BARKER, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. A. BARKER:Office at 'Piincetou. H. F. BARKER:Office at .Cambridge. JOSEPH A., R0$g, Attorney and Coimseloi at Law PRINCETON. MINX. D- A- CALEY, Clerk of the Mstrict Court, JPRIMCET09T, MILLE LACS CO., MINN. E^By a recent act of Congress, you can.go before the Clerk ot Comt and piovc up on your elaim or homestead you need uot go to a JJ. S. Laud office. U~ BRADY, Attorney- At-JLaw, PRINCETON, MIN N BSTAlso Pension Solicitor, and Special Agentitor Leading Aineiicau and Europe an Insurance Companies. READ! READ!! READ!!! A Cme Guaranteed or Money Refunded. Joseph Nokes manufactures an eye water that he will warrant to effect a cure e\ei'yt.ime No cure, money refunded. 1 his is no humbug. You that are afflicted .mill sow eyes give him a jrial. You have no^nr^'lose and everything to cain. Prii-e 1 per bQttle, fe PIMPLES. ,ft I will mail (free) the receipt for a simple Vegetable Balm thut wjjl remove Tap, freckles, Pimples and Blotches, leaving the skin soft, clea)rr andi beautiful also in SK"5i oduc S luxurian- gibwth of hair on a bald head or smooth taee. Address, inclosing cci Manio. Ve"rk!a' V' *W Nj PILES of all kinds of Tuiiiou, dis charges of blood or mucus, and diseases of Uie rectum quickly and perfectly cured by a bimplo and soothiug remedy. For informationaddrcss. Dr. J. Faber & Co., 22 Ann St., V. $300 A MONT ERRORS O YOUTH. A gentleman who seffered for j'ears from Nervous Debility and Prematura Decay, and all the effects of youthful in discretion, will for the sake of suffering humanity, send tree to all who uecd it, the lecipe and direction for making th simple remedy by which he was cured, huffer erers wishing to profit by the advertiser's experience can do so by addressing in pcr lect confidence. John H. Ogden, 42 Cedar St. New York. OCEAN STEAMERS. WHITE STAR LINE. FROM AND TO KUROPK KROM NEW YORH Procure through tickets by the cheapest and best line of bteamers to Liverpool and Queenstowii, Dublin, Belfast, London derry, Ulsggow, Cardiff, Bristol, Bergen, Chiibiiana, Chaisteausand, Stavanger, Thioudhjen, Bremen, Copenhagen, Goth enbujgh. Gioninger, Haive, Hamburgh, llarlib^en, Malmo, Pans, Rotterdam aud other European continental cities, as well as tickets by lail to 2sew York in counec uon theieuith, aud all nece&sdi'y informa tion legardmg the baine of A. P. iiAKKEtt, Agent, Princeton, Minnesota. THE WORLD'S BALM. R. WliYRURN.S Al.TKRATJV* SYRUP. f^gTA remedy used THIRTY- FIVK YEAKS an a private practice, and nev er failing to radically cure RHEUMATISM Dropsy, Erysipelas, Scorfula, Secondary SyphiiK Gravel, Diabetes, and all diseases 111 which the blood i implicated, is, now offered to the pnblio. Sold by all retail druggists, and (whole sale only) by the Weyburn Medicine Go. P. O. Box 33S, Rochester, 1 WINTER TIME TABLE. PRINCETON&ELKRIVEB IHII.1 STAGE I.I\E, Campbell & Libby, Prop's n-s^SSgfiSSMSSy /"it,. guaranteed. $12 day made by the industrious. Capital not required wc will start you. Men, women, boys and girls make money faster nt work for us than at anything else. The work is light and pleasant, and such as anyone can go right at. Those who are wise who see this notice will semi us their addresses at once and see for themselves. Costly outfits and terms free. Now is thr time. Those already at work are laying up large sums of money Address TRUE & CO., Augusta, Maine. Leave American House, Princeton, Daily (Except Sunday) at 7 A. M. Le-:ve El River Daily (Except Sun day) at 12 M. All Goods by Express or Freight Consiaued to Our Care, Promptly A tended to, OFFICE A ELK RIVER. CilAb L) KE.iK t)ll-, 15. BftM'u.N GliC). 1'. [vriY-ULS.. KerrWILSON Wilson & Benton, Attorneys-at-I^a^v, ST. PAUL, 3IIXN. ^*\Mr. Kerr or Mr. Wilson Will Attend Each Term of Court in Mille Lars Co. ST. PAUL GLOBE, Daily and Weekly. THE DAILY GLOBE Is a Homing Paper, Containing Full Associated Press Dtspatcbea and. all tbe -News ofthedav. It is sent by matt postpaid, without tho Sunday edition, (Six Papers per\Week) for 60 .Cents Per Month. .With the Sunday Edition (Seren Papen Per Week,) 70 Cents Per Month. Me SI. W XjnXMtaa&ISeat Paper la the State. ONE DOLLAR FIB YEAR. 1 Postage Prepaid. The WEEKLY GLOBE is an Eight-Fags Paper, Seven Colnmna to the Page, making a Sheet of Fifty-Six Columns, It has Foil Market Reports. 6 8A.JVt, |Q COP1K8 FRKJffi. address, .JP.JHALL, Publisher, raal, suaa.