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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 17 March 1892

1S91. Jan 5 1M12 3 4. 8 9 10 11 1 12 13. Totnls. Financial Statement, -OP THE- Receipts and Disbursements of Mille Lacs County, -FROM THE- FifthDayof Jan., 1891, to the Fourth Day of Jan., 1892. To THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, of Mille Lacs County. Gen- tlemen: The following is a statement of the Assets and Liabilities of Mille Lacs county, at the close of the year onding- January 4th, 1892, with a balance sheet of the books of the county on that date, and with a statement of all funds of the county received and disbursed during the year also statement of receipts and disbursements of State, School, Town and Village funds. All of which is respectfully submitted. B. M. VANALSTEIN, County Auditor. BALANCE SHEET FROM BOOKS OF COUNTY AUDITOR, JANUARY 4 1892 R. M. IEELY, To balance $ 4 252 96 collections, taxes of 1890.... 33 663 62 delinquent taxes, 1 790 13 costs, penalties and interest 79198 collections,interest on bchool binds 6SG 07 collet tions, state appoition ment 2.075 70 ...

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. — 24 March 1892

R. C. DUNN, Publisher. ofNewYo.k WM NEELY' S Harness Shop IS THE PL\Cb TO BUY Singleand Double Harness SADDLES, WHIPS, Robes, Blankets, Etc. ^^"Repairing Neatly and Piomt- \y Executed. R. D. BYERS (Successor to S. M. Byers) DEALEK IN Dry Goods, Groceries, BOOTS AND SHOES, Hats, CapsJIotions, Etc. I am etill Selling Goods, at the Old Stand, at BOTTOM PRICES. R. D. BYERS, Mam Street, Princeton JLIJCJ FRANK HENSE, Pres't. CHAS. ERICKSPN, Vioe Pres't. S. S. HETTERSON, Cashier. Mille Lacs County Bank, -OF- PRINCETON, MINNESOTA. Capital and Surplus, $35,000. Transacts a General Banking- Business. Interest Allowed on Time Deposits. Loans made on Improved Farms and Approved Security. CORRESPONDENTS: CJermama Bank, of St. Paul, Chase National Bank '-r.. IN BUSINESS AGAIN! C. H. PIERCE & SON Wish to Inform their Friends that they have moved into the Murray Building with a Full Line of Their Goods are all New, and Bought at Bottom Prices and they Propose to sell them on a Very Small Margin...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 24 March 1892

'W' i tic MINORS. Tb wfads in minors murmur, The rain beats on th9 pane, The night is dark and eloomy, Stained with the weeping rain- Oh, the winds in minors murmur. And the ram beats on the pane. The winds in minors murmur, The rain beats on the pane My heart in gloom and shadow, Koeps time in sad refrain As the winds in minors murmui And the rain beats on the pane. The winds in minors murmur, The rain beats on the pane If you were with me, darling, I would not sigh in vain, While the winds in minors murmur, And the rain beats on the pane Saturday Evening Post. THE MAN IN POSSESSION. "Are you going to the party this evening?" Griffin Stenlake inquired of his better half. "I am. Oh, I don't want your es cort' I'm going with Mrs, Jackson. I'll tako a cab and call for her on my way All right, my dear. I'll turn into my den as I have some writing to do." So to his particular sanctum in the front basement (most families would ha\ made it a housekeeper's room) he betook himself in due co...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 24 March 1892

IN THE GLOAMING. I saw you in the gloaming, When wrapped in silvery [mist, the city, Like a (air bride, stood in fleecy veil. No stars, no lightonly the cold gray fog Even the wind had ceased to sob and wail. Now yon are real to me, While I am still and ever must be Like the cold mist, fleecy white. That melts away so soon at the sun's kiss That ehost-like glides away at morning's light. GRACE HIBBARD. MONEY WELL SPENT. OW we are not only out of debt, but we have got $100 ahead, and the question is, How are* we going to invest it?" Hiram Graham, sitting just outside of the open door to enjoy the grateful coolness of the summer avening, threw aside his paper as he spoke and awaited his wife's reply. His wife, busy oyer her sewing, did not reply immediately. "Come," he said, "let me have yo ur opinion. I'll bet you've made up yo ur mind what to do with it long ago. You know the saying, 'A man to save money and a woman to spend it" and he laughed good-naturedly. Yes, Mrs. Graham had ma...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 24 March 1892

bf PRINCETON UNION. PUBLLbHED EVERY THURSDAY iJV&EP&W&M'Z* JP &Q,fVfCS. JFEIRIkdlS, $2.00 Per "S"ea.r. tR DUNV EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR orr :E OVE S RINES' mt, ROGER MILLS C. BAIN SI PRINCETON, MINN MAR 24, 1892 Tun St. Paul Broad A,re says exceedingly unkind things of Joel Heatwole. STATE AUDITOR BIERM\N is ac cused by the St. Paul JSews of un fairness in leassinff iion lands. HE supicme court of Wiscon sin declaics the .Democratic geny mandei ot that State unconstitu tional. has been elected United States? senator fiom Texas. Cusp's unparliamentary rulings. ill no longei ILU an terrors tor the Lone Stiir statesman. FOOIE, the s^ ell-headed Demon atu bo^s of Minneapolis, ^\as lud out stitt and cold Ivy the "Winston 1 Democrats at the pinnines held in that city last Nituiday evening. B\ a stnet party vote the lower bianch ot the Iowa legislatme re fuses to lepeal the prohibition law of that htate The Republicans ^otod solidlv against the Gatch bill, and the Dcmociats as...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 24 March 1892

_9 JU^ Great Northern Railway. Eastern Minnesota Railway. 8T. PAUL, MINNEAPOIS, PKINCKTON, DU- LUTH AND WTST 8UPKIU0R. Buffet Parlor Cars on all Trains. Dally Ex Sun. Le. 8t Pnul. Minneapolis. Elk River. PRINSITON Milaca Tue Thurs & Sat GOING BOURH A Le Milaca 6.00 Soule's Siding. 22 Long's Siding 6*45 PRINCETON 7:25 Zimmerman 8 05 Elk River... 0 15 Minne-ipolis 10- Daily Ex Snn. M. Le Duluth 1:00 West Superior .1.15 Milaca 4'25 1 05 ..1.30 .8:30 3 08 '30 West Superior 6:45 PRINCET ON ....4"47 Elk River.... 5 20 Minneapolis 6:30 Ar Duluth..". 7:00 Ar St Paul 7.00 Connections made in Union Depots St Paul, Minneapolis and West Snpeiior W S ALEXANDER, W A CARPBNTKR, Pres & Gen Manager Gen Pass Agent. A ROCKWELI., Ass't Gen. Pace. Agent. Princeton Accommodation. Mon Wed & Frl GOING NORTH Le St Paul. Minnonpolls Elk River... Zimmerman. PRINCETON Long's Sidmg Soule's Siding 3 80 4,10 5 20 6 25 7.00 7 20 7-40 8 05 3 0 Ar St. Paul. ..10 55 Ar Milaca. These trains go south Tne^dn...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 24 March 1892

irinqetoR Ifaum R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms:2.00 per year in advance. MAURI CE ERNEST FLEScmhe Hay tia Minister to France was a passer by the steamship Prins Willem III, which arrived in New York from Haytian port s. ^THERE are a few^old toll bridges in Maine which still perpetua te a curious law. They have signs proclaiming that all persons save "paupers, In dians and clergymen" must pay toll on crossing ELLISTOIT M. DANIE LS has purchased of William March, ot Philadelphia, the home of the late General Hartranft and the ground adjoining for about $25,000. Eleven dwellings will be erected on the site. THE invention now known ao "bleez- ine," the mode of varnishing pottery with a thin film of glass, is believed to date back to the first Egyptian dyn asty. Proof of this is found in the potte ry beads, glass-glazed, found in the tombs of the age above referred o. some statistics recently pub lished it appears that, in five years of life betwetn the ages of 2 0 and 25 the mortality of ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 24 March 1892

*& DEATHIN ELAMESl Five Children Perish in a Dwell ing House FireNear Spring field, Minn. The Father Escapes, but Is Se riously Burned, and His Re covery Is Doubtful. SPRINGFIELD. Minn., Special, March 22. A sad casualty occurred last night seven miles south ot this village. The house of John Taney took tire when the family were sleeping and was consumed, and this morn ing five corpses lay among the ruins. These were the children ot Mr. Tahey, one boy and four uirls, two of whom were nearly grown to maturity. Mr. Lahey is badly burned and hi& recovery is doubtful. The cause 01 the lire is a mystery, as the members ot the family who escaped say there was no fire in the house when the laniily went to bed. THE SILVER VOTE. The Majority for the Bland Bill Esti mated From 17 to 40. WASHINGTON, Special Telegram, March, 22.Ike Hill, the Democratic whip of the house, says tbat free silver will pass the house by a majority of 17, but he has evi dently gi\en the silver men the lowest ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 24 March 1892

i:* Ft 1891 Jun 5 1892 J'in -1 Jan 4th *,*& K- |v State revenue fund $ 77 71 textbook fund 52 80 County road and bridge fund 453 24 Pn\ ate redemption fund 75 42 R. R. bonds, interest and sinking fund.. 7,900 53 Court house 877 48 State school land fund 744 99 School district fund 386 58 Princeton town fund 44 58 NUMBER OF SCHOOL DISTRICT. School D/istrict No. 1. 2 3 4. 5. 6 7 8 9 1 10 11 12 13 Totnls Jan 4, 1892 By collections Jan 5, 1891 To overdraft 12 16 Jan 4 1892 orders cancelled 2,617 24 By balance Financia Statement, -OP THE- Receipts and Disbursements of Mille Lacs County, -FROM THE- FifthDay of Jan., 1891, to the Fourth Day of Jan., 1892. THE BOARD O COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, of Mille Lacs County. Gen- tlemen: Th following is a statement of the Assets and Liabilities of Mille Lacs county, at the close of the year ending Januar 4th, 1892, with a balance sheet of the books of the county on that date, and with a statement of all funds of the county received and disbursed duri...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 31 March 1892

pr-pf f^f^OT R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Harness Shop FRANK HENSE, Pres't. CHAS. ERIOKSON, Vice Pres't. S. S. PETTERSON, Cashier. IS THE PLACE TO BLY Slngleand OoubleHarness SADDLES, WHIPS, Robes, Blankets, Etc. ~WRepairing Neatly and Piomt- ]y Executed. (Successor to S. M. Byers) DEALEKIK Dry Goods, Groceries, BOOTS AND SHOES, Mille Lacs County Bank, OF PRINCETON, MINNESOTA. Capital and Surplus, $35,000. Transacts a General Banking Business. Interest Allowed on Time Deposits. Loans niade on Improved Farms and Approved Security. CORRESPONDENTS: Geimama Bank, ot St Paul, Chase National Bank, of New Yoik IN BUSINESS AGAIN! Wish to Inform their Friends that they have moved into the Murray Building with a Full Line of Their Goods are all New, and Bought at Bottom Prices and they Propose to sell them on a Very Small Margin. They will be Pleased to see their old customers and friends. Re- member the place, Murray Building. ^Trff-^V**^-"* -*1 WM. NEELY'S lats, Capsjtotions, Etc. I im still Sell...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 31 March 1892

.Not in brightabode alone Children's laughing voices ring Dreary spots, in shadow thrown, With their glee are echoing. Gladdening these dull paths of ours, Loving work by them is done, All uneonciously, as flowers Spread their sweetness to the sun. And the heaven that we desire Clearest is to those young eyes, Which, with boundless faith enth*e, Upward gaze in trustful wise. You who would that kingdom see, Erring mortal, sin-defiled, Must in heart and spirit be Like unto a little child. Saturday Evening Post. THE GKEAT CLNfCH. The scene, a box canyon in southern Arizona, was lonely enough. The rocky walls shut oilt the morning' sun rays and the only trees in sight were somber evergreens and thickets of -chaparal The aspect of the rugged landscape was suggestive of their primitive inhabitants, the Apache In dian and the griz/ly bear. Yet in this secluded spot there were signs of human life and activity in the shape of a rude miner's "shack" open in front with three sides formed of up...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 31 March 1892

THE WISDOM OF A CHILD. -L HE matter was settled yesterday. The very ^*f& mayor who Tjj married us eight years before pro- ^*J nounced us divorced, in he same room and be- fore the same witnes se s. My wife was accompanied by her father, her moth er, and two friends, while my two old comrades, who had assisted at the tying of my pretty love-knot, came, with saddened faces, to witness the severing of the bond. A stiff bow, exchanged at the begin ning and the end of the ceremony, was the only farewell between two beings who for yearo had never had a thought that was not shared. We sat on a bench, where, five minutes before had been a smiling bridal pair, and I felt within me an agitation that was painful, there seemed to be a tension at my heart as if my whole being were about to be racked with torture. Was it possible that my companion and confident, the woman who had con soled and encouraged me in all my trials, the woman I had loved so long and so dearly, could witness without r...

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. — 31 March 1892

(MA. PRINCETON UNION. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. XDB S& &&&IFIG9* TERMS, $2.00 E'er "STeax. iR DUNN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR OFFICE OVER EINE5' STORE, BAIN SI. PRINCETON, MINN MAR 31, 1892 MINNESOTA Republicans should send an uninstructed delegation to the Republican National conven tion. "THE only way to remove the Indians is to remove them," says the Mora Times, a sentiment in which we heartily concur. ST. PA UL Globe (Demo.): Knute Nelson is a man of strength, char acter and ability, and would make a candidate hard to beat for any office in the Statr. THE settlers located on lands in the Red River Valley, which the courts ha\ decided belong to the Gieat Northern Railway company, AY ill not be disturbed. The rail A\ay will select indemnity lands elsewheie. "ft u\ is not Minister E*ai retailed*New York Ileirld Because his services are more valuable to the government of the United States where ho is Cloud Join nal-Pi ess. Yes and because the present ad ministration is n...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 31 March 1892

Great Northern Railway. Eastern Minnesota Railway. 8T. PAUL, MINNKAPOLIS, PKINCETON, DU- LTJTH AND WTST SUPEKIOK. Buffet Parlor Cars on all Trains. Dally Ex Sun. L. St Paul. Minneapolis Elk Rivor. M. 4 4 4 4 Daily Ex Bun M. Le. Dululh 1:00 West Superior .1:15 Milaca 4-25 PBIKOBTON ....4.47 Elk Rner 5 20 Minneapolis 6 80 Ar St Paul 7 00 1 05 ..1-80 .2 80 8 08 SIS* PRINSBTON Milaca.. West Superior 6 45 Ar. Duluth 7.00 Connections made in Union Depots St. Paul, Minneiipolia and West Superior W.S ALFS-ANBEK, W A CARPENTER, Pres & Gen Manager Gen Pans Agent A ROCKWELL, Aes't Gen. Pass. Agent. Princeton Accommodation. Tues Thurs & Sat 4 Mon Wed & Fn. OOIVQ 80UKH A. M. Le Milaca* 6 00 4 GOING NOKT1I. Le4 St Paul 8-80 Soule' Siding 6 2 2 4 Minneapolis .4,1 0 4 4 Long's Siding 6'45 4 4 PRINCETON 7 25 4 4 Zimmeiman 8 05 Elk Rner 5.20 4 4 ElkRt\er 9 15 Minneapolis 10*80 Zimmerman 6*25 44 4 PRINCETON .7 00 Long's Siding 7.20 4 Sonle'e Siding 7 40 4 1 Ar St Paul.. 10 55 Ar Milaca 8 0...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 31 March 1892

ifc p|. HA It. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms:2 00 per year in advance. THE Baroness von Zuyllan, of Paris, has an inordinate fondness for horses and her stables, which cover three acres of ground, are filled with rare blooded stock and costly carriages. A CHATTANOOGA woman has horse whipped her family physician because he failed to cure one of her sick chil dren. She didn't even wait until he presented his bill. DENMARK is said to be the most drunken countx*y in the world, but when it comes to politicians whose speeches drive people to drink Den mark cannot hold a candle to this rountry. Fori the past three years Rosa Bonheur has been engaged on the largest animal picture ever painted. It represents ten horses of full [size trotting over a thrashing floor, and the artist has already refused 12, 000 for it. HE Grand Duke Paul, of Russia, is such a tall fellow that he has to car ry his own bed around with him when he tra\ els. He has found it very in convenient to sleep with a few feet of...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 31 March 1892

DEMANDEDM0MY1 A Prominent Member of the Board of Education Indicted at Chicago. Evidently He Wanted "Grease" in Return for His Valuable Influence. CHICAGO, March 2.9Sterling Bailey, president o1 the Snead Heating and Ven- tilating company, swore to-day before the grand jury to-day that $500 in the way of "grease" had been demanded lrom him by M. B. Herely, a member of the Chicago Board of education, as a preliminary to the Snead company getting any contracts. Herely was declared to have visited Bailey's oihee a number ot times on the errand. The actions of Chief Engineer Thomas J. Wate.'s, of the Chicago public school system, were also subjected to the investigation ot the grand jurv. Besides Bailey's evidence ad ditional tebtnnony was given to-day by Otis Jones, who swore to paving to Herely through third parties over $2,000 !or con tracts. Just belore adjournment for the day the grand jury voted to indict Herely. who. besides being a member of the board ol education, is an ex-memo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 31 March 1892

I WIJLACAJ^EPHYRSp MILACA, March 29, 1892. Alex Mitchell spent Sunday at his old home in Melrose. Thos. McCleary, of St. Paul, lectures at the church to-night. Dr. N. Whittomore, of El "River, spent Friday evening in town. AY ill Bonek has bought the Alex Mitchell property and will soon move therein. J. Johnson has severed his connection with the Company and returned to St. Paul. Josiah Wilbur of the lake region passed through town Friday eve ning enroute for Princeton. Mr. and Mrs. Cheney spent last Thursday in Princeton, and speak great praises of that town. Dr. N. M. Cook, eighteen years in practice, formerly of Cambridge and late of Minneapolis, has lo cated in Milaca. Mudnothing but mud. Where is our sidewalks? Unless our property-holders go at. these, a village organization must inevita bly result. Wm. Townsend has commenced moving his Central House and will soon have it rearranged in a better location. This will improve that part of town. Whatever may be said about our positi...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 7 April 1892

Milaca, a 6 I*** if Wall Paper! To those who intend to do any paper ing this spring or summer I extend an invitation to call at my store and ex amine my stock of Wall Paper and borders. I have the best selected and largest stock, of all kinds, ever brought into Princeton, and at the lowest prices, and will sell you cheaper than you can purchase in the cities, to say nothing ribout what you can save in car fare and express Be sure and see my stock be fore you purchase for I have some dandy patterns to select from. I have some patterns that I will sell for less than can be bought at wholesale. Come early and make your selections as I have five thousand rolls for you to make your selections from. In a fo days I will have a large stock of Ci "tains and Fixtures at very low ..ces. Call and examine the goods. H. C. HEAD. I jst Office B'ld'jr, Princeton. FRANK HENSE, Prea't. CHAS. ERIOKSON, Vice Pres't. S. S. PETTERSON, Cashier. Mille LacsCounty Bank -OP- PRINCETON, MINNESOTA. Capital and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 7 April 1892

-fi I I It POETRY AND PROSE. ^'Phyllis, if I could I'd paint you As I see you sitting there, You distracting little saint, you, With your aureolo of hair. If I were only an artist, And such glances could be caught, You should have the very smartest Picture frame that could be bought! "Phyllis, since I can't depict your Charms, or give you aught but fame, Will you be yourself the picture' Will you let me be the frame Whose protecting clasp may bind you Alw ays '"Nay," cried Phyllis "hold. Or you'll force me to remind you Tictmes must be framed with gold*" Life. HERO OF HIGH BKIDGE. \rlf came that man here Can't tell you, and, what's more, neither can the superintendent nor any of the officers," replied the road master of one of the extreme South western lines as ho thoo hands with the keeper of the High Bridge, and swung on to tho roar platform of the officer's special car All nnybody knows about him continued the roadmastor "is, that just as tho company had about given up setting a ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 7 April 1892

mfv* 4- l% sfl^r k.jf', A QUEER COMBINATION. What a queer combination of cheek and perversity, Insolence, pride, gab, impudence, vanity, Jealousy, hale, scoin, bareness, insanity, Honor, truth, wisdom, virtue, urbanity, Is that whimsical biped called man! Who can fathom the depths of his innate depravity? To-day he's all gayety, to-morrow all grav ity. For blowing his own horn he has a propen sity, Even under clouds ot singular density. Oh, mystical clay bank called man' Brickmaker. TILE SIEGE OE BEKLIN. WAS walking in the Champs Elysees -with Dr. V., speaking of the siege of Paris,' when the doctor suddenly stopped, and, point ing to one of the im posing houses group ed about the Arc de Triomphe, said: "Do you see those four closed win dows above that balcony? In the early days of the month of August, that terrible month of August in 1870, eo heavily freighted with disasters, I was summoned there to attend a very bad case of apoplexy. I was at the house of Colonel Jouve, a cuirassi...

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