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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 21 July 1881

June, S!abu, 4i**^3'W*4ft-#W'm*W*SMS PRINCETON UNION. B. 0. DUNN.JFublisher. TEEMS:$2. 00 per year in advance. CURRENTIKEWS:, RAILKOAJDS. 5 Gen. Rosser has returned to Minneapolis from the Canadian Pacific region, and reports that the work on the roadie progressing rapid ly, the track having been already laid to a point 100 miles beyond Winnipeg. He expects be fore winter sets in to have 2 00 miles completed. A St Patil correspondent of the Chicago Tribune writes that it'is one of the probabilities that the Northern Pacific will build for itself a road on the west side of the Mississippi, be tween S i Panl and St Cloud, making an in dependent outlet to St. Paul for the whole Northern Pacific system. The gross earning of tbeCiicago, Milwaukee & St Paul Railway company during June ag gregated $1, '31,000, against $1,037,9 S during the same period in 180, the mileagu this year being 3,*00 moles, against 3,090 last vyear. Within th same time this year the Chicago & Northwestern ...

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 July 1881

fr BLAZE 09, OLD SOL, BLAZE OS! From the Traveler's Record. Blaze on, Old Sol, blaze on! With all your pent up heat -w., Blaze on! Although I'm cooked from head to feet, Although I'm soaked from feet to head, Although my noae is blistered red, Although I've wished that I were dead,, Never you mind, Blaze on! "l Blaze on, Old Sol, blaze on! With all your piercing rays Blaze on! You have my blessing on your blaze, 'Tis true, I'm very shouting "pheugh!" 'T*s true, I've sworn hocomeblue! air Ti true a sunstrokethe soon due But don't let that unsettle you! Never you mind, Blaze on! AN ELOPEMENr AFTER ALL. From the Boston Courier. "This is unpardonable! It is atrocious! Atrocious! How date he do such a thing! An outrageous liberty! Such a" Here she broke down and cried like a baby. She was unmistakably pretty, and unmistakably angry. She had youth, yet not too much of it that is to say, she still retained all its bloom, while she had out grownthat callowness which poetic license frequentl...

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 July 1881

1 ntOK. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. ,1 DEPENDENT REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. ITSDEilMS, $ 2 OO 3Fex ITeoz. R. C. DUNN, Publisher. g^TOnly Paper published ,in or within a circuit of twenty-two miles of Prince ton. Ha* an extensive circulation in Isanti and Sherburne counties and is read in every household in Mille Lacs county. Locals from 7 to 15 cents per line. One inch business card $6 per year. Kates for displayed advertisements marie known on application at this office. All legal notices must be paid for be fore affidavit of publication is furnished All sorts of job work neatly and promptly executed. Job work for cash. STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. ST. CLOUD, MINN. The Fall Term will open Aug. 17, 1331. Important additions have been made to the library and the department of Natu ral Science. A text-book library will furnish stu dents, at $1 per term, with all books needed for class use. Thorough training in teaching is given, both in theory and practice, under the direction and criticism of an ...

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 July 1881

,4c"of r* A ,Delinguent TaxLisUtf Mille Lacs Co. Minn. STATE OF MINNESOTATTO .District Court,. COUNTY OF MILLE LACS. S Seventh Judicial District. The. State of Minnesota to all persons, companies or corpora tions who have or claim any estate, right, title or interest in claim to or lien upon any of the several pieces or parcels of land in the list hereto attached, described: The list of taxes and penalties on real property for the Coun ty of Mille Lacs remaining delinquent on the first day of June, 1881, has-been filed in the office of the Cler/fc of the District iCourt of the County of Mille Lacs, of which that hereto at tached is a copy. Therefore you and each of you are hereby required to file in the office of said clerjfc within twenty (20) days after the date of the last publication of this notice, your answer in writing, setting forth any objection or defense you may have to the taxes or any part thereof, upon any piece or parcel of land de scribed in said list, in, to, or on ...

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 July 1881

BARBARA FRITCH1E. The True and the Legendary Story of Dame Barbara andthe Flag, Together With Some Interesting Accounts of the Patriotic Old Lady. From the Springfield Republican. It was into aA cool, little white shaded parlor that I stepped the other day, out of the sunlight, that -was pouring over the streets of Frederick and lighting up the face of the old town-clock in the steeple over 100 years old, under whose shadow Barbara Fritchie used to worship. It was on ibo ne^reBt surviving "relativef of Whit tier's heroine that the call ^as made,Mrd. Kitty aneiee whom Barbara had taken at the age of nine and reared as her daughter. When a little girl I had been at Barbara'.* house, and often here too, but there was a fresh impression of quiet hos pitality under the subdued light that rested on everything from the simple carpet to the bunch of garden roses and columbine -on the little center-table. My hottass did not keep me waiting, and when the greetings were over, I took from its p...

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 July 1881

BE CONTEST. It may not be onr lot to wield The sickle in the ripened field Nor ours to hear, on summer ere?, The reaper's Bong among the sheaves. Yet where our duty's task is wrought In unison with God's great thought, The near and future blend in one, And whatsoe'er is willed is done John Q. Whittier. GEXER1L JAMES mv**TREET What Lee's First Lieutenant, After Jack son's Death, Has to Say about the Battle of Gett sburg, the Greatest of the War. The following is an interesting interview with Gen. James Longstreet, now nt his home in Georgia, by correspondent of the Philadelphia Press: HOW GETTYSBUBG WAS FOUGHT. "If Chickamauga was not, which was the greatest battle of the war?" "Gettysburg, both in numbers slain and in decisive results That was the greatest battle of the war, and I shall never forget its details. If you remember, we had a brisk contest on the first of July. Lee's advance and the troops covering the federal rear were engaged. After this brush the feder 1 forces moved ...

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 July 1881

THE WELL. Darkand cool the water lies In the old time-honored well Down d6ep the backet flies, And how often who can tell?.., For the school-boy, hot with play, For the laborer tirei withtoil, For the traveleron hisway, Doth the tireless rope uncoil. ft And how often, who can tell? Or, who first the, gracious draught Drew up from the bounteous well? Or, who sunk the ancient shaft? They are dust, who slaked their thirst At the little silver fount In the wild woods, where it first Galled thehuntsman todismount. They are dust, the pioneers, Who the storm armed forest broke. Where the old well now appears. Where now curls the village smoke So shall we within the vale With our children's children dwell, But the waters ne'er shall fail In the old time-honored well. LOYE'S CONQUEST. An idle boat, with idle oars, floating idly down with the current of a calm, smooth lake, on whose placid breast the moonbeams played at will. Such the picture, had one been mere spectators to the mimic Bcene b...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 21 July 1881

THE WELL. *H Dark and cool the water lies In the old time-honored well Down d6ep the backet flies, And how often who can tell? %J For the school-boy, hot with play, For the laborer tirei withtoil, For the traveleron hisway, Doth the tireless rope uncoil. KJ And how often, who can tell? Or, who first the gracious draught Drew up from the bounteous well? i Or, who sunk the ancient shaft? They are dust, who slaked their thirst At the little silver fount In the wild woods, where it first Called thehuntsman todismount. They are dust, the pioneers, Who the storm armed forest broke. Where the old well now appears. Where now curls the village smoke Soshall we within the vale With our children's children dwell, But the waters ne'er shall fail In the old time-honored welL LOVE'S CONQUEST. An idle boat, with idle oars, floating idly down with the current of a calm, smooth lake, on whose placid breast the moonbeams played at will. Such the picture, had one been mere spectators to the mimic scen...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 21 July 1881

Names of owners and years which taxes are due 1 &* I !iV rfK r^ Supplement toPrinceton Union [Continued from Regular Edition.] A list of taxes upon real estate within the County of Mille Lacs, and State of Minnesota, which uecame delinquent in and prior to the year eighteen hundred and seventy-nine (1879), remaining unpaid on the first day of June, 1881, and the taxes and interest accrued thereon. TOWN OF PRINCETON. mrq. a .2 a O 3 Town 36, Range 26. P. Nell, 1873, 1879 & 1880, lot 3 8 Byers, 1874 & 1876, lot 2 Nell, 1873, 1879&1880, ne^ synay Cline, 1877 1878- & 1880,-ne^ nw^ nw^ ne^ Searle, 1877 & 1880, nw^ nv^ Nokes, 1878 to 1880 inclusive, sw}4 say & Hay sw^ Fletcher, 1877 to 1880 inclus ve, nwj| nw% 187-7 to 1880 incisive, ne^ hay W. Maddox, 1373 to 1880 inclusive, say se^ Geo MBe'nnett, '75 .to 'SOinclusivese^sw^ Pratt, 1872 to 1880 inclusive, nej^ nej^ John Boyn 1876, 1879 & 1880 nwy sw^ jl McBrady, '72 to 'SO inclusive nw^ McBrady 1872 to 1880...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 21 July 1881

Ntmeo of owners end years which taxes are due & a}4 ew} & ~& TOWN OF PRINCETON. Si do 1876,1877 & 1880, sw^ ne^ 8 W Farnham, 1872 to 1880 inclusive, nw% Rollins, 1872 to 1880 inclusive, sej nw^ 9 W Farnham, 1872 to 1880 inclusive, se^ Rollins, 1872 to 1880 inclusive, sw^ Pratt & Rines, 1876 to 1880 inclusive, se4w 21 Unknown, 2878,1879 & 1880, ne% sw# 23 E Munch, 1S72 & 1880, se% nej^ 24 Woodbury, 1873 & 1880, se^ EW^ 24 A'eitU & Cowles, 1878,1879 & 1880, w% nwj^ & 8W 24 0 Keith, 1875 to 1880'Inclusive, e% nvr}{ & aw^nw^ 23 W Gilbert, 1872 to 1880 inclusive, s% &v% & seM eM Keith & Cowles, 1878.1879 & 1880, n% se^ & noM ewM fown 40, Range 26. ALennon, 1676 to 1880 inclusive, all of do 1876 to 1880 inclusive* ne% nw% Boule, 1876 to 1880 inclusive, w* nwj{ do 1876 to 1880* inclusive, sw^ BPriroe, 1875 to 18s0 inclusive, s nw34 & do 1875 to 18&0 inclueive, B3^ wj^ Vnknown, 1878,1879 A1880, ne^ 12 A. GUI, 1872 t...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 21 July 1881

Names of owners and years which taxes are due Dudley, 1872 to 1880 inclusive, neVne)^ Unknown, 1872 to 1880 inclusive, w^nwj{ Dudley, ,A872 to 180 inclusive,swl4r Morrisq#-*1872 to 18S0 inclusive, se^ Slonak'er, 1875 to 1880 inclusive, c^nwj^ 12 7nknown,1872 to 1880 inclusivc.ne'^&e^nw^ 13 Dudley, 1872 to 1880 inclusive, w.^nwj^ 13 IIAPeruberton,1872 to 1880 iuclusive.se^sw^ 13 Shakopee, 187S, 1879 & 188", swV/sw^ O Srajth, 1874 to 38SO inclusive, n}.se OWFrank, 1873,1874,1375,187 V879&i8S0,n^ sw^ Unknown, 1877&1880, nw"nw# It Irvine, 1873 to lbSO inclusive, nw'^'ne^ Oowm & Greeley, 1873 to 1880 inclusive, sw nd^&nw'^se!^ GW Franlc.,1873, 1877,1878,1879&18S0,ncJ^se^ Gowin&Grce!ey,lS73tols80inclu3ive,'iw ^sw^ 14 S Bull, 1873 to 1880 inclusive, s'^sw^ GowpnJcGieel",',lS74lolbb0incIutjhie,ne^S\v^ Dudley, 1872*to 18S0 inclusive, n^ne^&scX ne WDWasliburn,l875tol880inclusive,e^nwH E Pratt, 1872 to 1880 inclusive, nej^ Unknown, 1872 to 1880 inclusive, se...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 21 July 1881

|M Names of owners and year* -which taxes are due. Princeton Townsite. do do do- do- do do do do do do do do: do- do. do do do do do---li do do do do do do" do ,TOWN O PRINCETON. is 5-2 22 SJ 00 do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do 1880 Wimbish & Co, 1874,1877,1878,1879 & 1880, lot 9 blk 37 Hamlin University, 1874 to 1880 inclusive, lot 1 blk 38 do do do do do do, do- do- do"* do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do Unknown, 1874 & 1879 lot 7 blk 41 E Ames, 1874 to 188tHhclusive, lot 5 blk 42 Hamlin University 1874.vt01880 do do do do do do do do do do do do do do 'So do da do do- do do do do Hamlin University, 1874'to 1880 inclusive, lot 5 blk 55 do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do dp do do do do do do do do do do'' do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do...

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 July 1881

pi EO. MAHONEY CO., Princeton, Minn., DEALKRS IN AND MEDICINES. Patent Medicines, Choice Cigars, Purp Wines and Liquors for Medicinal Purposes, Etc., Etc. ENERAL STORE. S DYERS* Main St., PKISTCKXOST. The Lowest Prices ever known to the Retail Trade in Prinoeton. "A nimble sixpence is better than a slow shilling." VTEWELL A. ROSS, DEALER IN Stationery, Assorted Candies, Canned Fruits, Dates, Figs, Walnuts, Pecans, Filberts, Almonds, Brazils, peanuts, Tobacco, Cigars and Cigarettes. At P. 0. Princeton, Minnesota. /"kCEAN STEAMERS. WHITE STAR LINE. V&OiH AN TO KUROPJE FROM NEW YORK Procure through tickets bythe cheapest and best line of Steamers to Liveipool andQueens town, Dublin, Belfast, Londonderry' Glas gow, Cardiff, Bristol, Bergen, Christiana, Chridtensand, Stavanger, Throudhjen, Bre men, Copenhagen, Gothenburgh Gronmgr, Havre, Hamburg, Harlingeu, Malmo, Pans, Rotterdam and other European continental cities, as well as tickets by rail to New York in connection therewith, an...

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 July 1881

PRINCETON UNIQK. Jl.sO. DUNN, Publisher. TEBMS:$2.00 per year advance. Two hundred delegates, representing thirty states, attended the meeting o tthe National Educational association Atlanta, Georgia. Tfc address of welcome was de livered by Gov. Colquit, and a .grand .f baa- quet was given by the citizens .of Atlanta to the members of the association. A move xnent in favor-of popular education isugain -ing great strength in the south. MANITOB A, and Winnipeg especially, tie enjoying an unprecedented business boom, owing to the magnitude of railroad oper ations that are progressing as aenerbefore, and to the influence of capital and people tfrom Canada and the United :-States. Steal estate of.Winnipeg is held est t.,Eaul -and Minneapolis:, and no reason can be' assigned why it may not be worth as much.' 'Sitting Bull has, at last, been -safely cagedatFor Batord, was in a hun-| grya nd sullen condition, but will iprobably' f-edLtin better spirife after living fox a time, tupon 'gener...

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 July 1881

7" CAREER OF SITTING BULL. HIS CHARACTERISTICS AND CAMPAIGNa In an interview with a member of Gen. 'orry's staff, it was learned that his earliest ?collection of Sitting Bull as a leader was in. *t6 when the report came from Bnford that it garrison had been surrounded and wiped ut, and the commanding officer had first snot is wife to prevent her falling into the hands of io savages to suffer indignities worse than eath. So slow was the means of communication in joao primitive days that it wan several lonths before the truth was known, when it ppeared that the scare was caused by a raid some Sioux under Sitting Bull, who bad wung round tho circle of the fort on a horse tealiug expedition. From that time Sitting iall "began to be ranked as a loader of the toatile Siouxindeed it has ever been his boast """hat he would never go upon a reservation or aake peace with the whites, but the singular act remains that no one has ever known of & veil authenticated instance of this chief bein...

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 July 1881

8 in PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. INDEPENDENT REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. IEJI^I^S, OO 3?ex Hfosx. C.'DUNN, Publisher. jpfTOnly.Paper published in or within a circuit o twenty-two-miles of Prince ton. Has an extensive circulation in Isanti and Sherburne counties and is read in every household in Mille Lacs county. Locals from 7 to 15 cents per line. One inch business card $6 per year. Rates for displayed advertisements made known on application at this office. All legal notices must he paid for be fore affidavit of publication is furnished All sorts of job work neatly and promptly executed. Job work for cash. ALL honor to Hon. T. H. Caine, of l3anti county, for his manly course in the legislature. The bond syndicate" could not buy him. THE Princeton UNION does not believe in tho repudiation of honest debts, but the Minneapolis Tribune, the organ of the ri.hgsters, does. TUB Brainerd Tribune publishes a tax list of gigantic proportions. Success to Bro. Chase and the thriving young city whic...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 28 July 1881

An Eloquent Oration. JUDGE JOHN P. REA'S ADDRESS AT ^PRINCETON, JULY 4TH, 1881. The delay in the publication of Judge John P. Rea's address, delivered ih this place on the 4th, is due to lack of space in ou.- columns. That the addrts* was an able one will be shown by a perusal of it the touching introductory, relating to the .President's then supposed dying condi tion, has been omitted. The style,was el oquent and showed that the speaker's words were prompted by a patriotic heart as he spoke as follows: A strange interest concenters in the birth of a nation. In all lands and in all times a wondrous facination has attracted the gaze of the people back to those events in darker ages than ours, when the bethe ginnings of National life have been buried grader the shadow of unchronicled centu ries, imagination has hastened to the aid lof history, and in the alembic of its magic realm has forged achievements and fash ioned heroes to meet popular demand and gratify national pride. Greece, ...

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 July 1881

**T&Jii**uwrti.)HS<**, IWW WHY MOTHER I S PROUl Look in his face, look in his eye?, Boguiah and blue, and terribly wise Roguish anJ blue, but quickest to aee When mather comes in as tired as can be Quickest to find her the nicest old chair Quickest to get to the top of the stair Quickest to see that a kiss on the cheek Would help her far more than to chatter and speak. Look in his face, and guess, if you can, Why mother is pioud of her little man. The mother is proudI will tell you this You can see it yourself in her tender kiss. But why? Well, of all her dears There is scarcely one who ever hears The moment she Bpeaks, and jumps to see What her want or wish may be. Scarcely one. Th ey all forget, Or are not iu the notion to quite yet But this he knowe, if her boy is near, There .is somebody certain to want to hear. Mother is proud, and she holds him fast, And kisses him fret .wd kisses him last, And he holds her hand and looks in her face, And hunts for 1 er spool which is o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 28 July 1881

imi Taci us: An eminent reputation dangerous as a bad one. RHEUMATISM, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago, iBackache, Servrwss of ihe Chest, Gout, Quinsj, ISore Throct, Swell ings and Sprains, Burns and SeaJds., General Bodily Pains, Tooth, Ear ana" Headache, Frosted Feet and Ear*, end'all other Pains and Acfies. No Preparation Mn earth f-quals ST JACOBS OJX as a nafe, sure, simple and cheap External Remedy A trial entails but t*ae comparatively trifling vatkey of.80 Cents, and cwry a snfferfaa with pain can have cheap and rposittwi T/roof of its claims. Directions .in Sloven Languages. BOLD BY ALL DBUGCrlSTS ASD DEALEB3 15 MEDIOENE. A. VMJELE CO., CURES Without Dosing Baltimore, Md., XT. 8. A. HOLMAN' S Simply by Absorption TRADB HARK. Is sovereign reme'd for all forms of 1.1 ver and BtotnaCh troubles, and is the ONLY SAFE and ABSOLUTE cure for Malaria is its various 'types Dr.THolmatt 'B Pad Is a genuine and Tad leal remedy, WITHOUT TAKING MEDICINE. It WM the TIRST article of the kind t...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 28 July 1881

lAHT'S- 'HTje 1 tf l\ MOONLIUHT. lAt a literary club meeting in Augusta re cently the following unpublished college poem by Hawthorne was read, written in 1825. The novelist was a shy young senior in Bewdoin when he wrote the lines. He gave them to a chum and classmate of Augusta:] We are beneath the dark bine sky And the moon if shining bright Oh! what can lift the soul so high As the gleam of a summer night? $ When all the gay are hushed to sleep, And they who mourn forget to weep Beneath the gentle light Is there no holier, happy land, Among these distant spheres, Where we may meet thatshadowedband, The dead of other years? Where all day long the moonbeams rest, And where at leng.h the souls are blest Of those who dwell in tears? Oh! If the happy ever leave The bowers of bliss on high, To cheer the hearts of those who grieve And wipe the tear-drop dry, It is when moonlight sheds its ray, More pure and beautiful than they, And earth is like the sky! BED-ROOM DECORATION.. Some Valu...

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