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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 10 September 1891

.m&&S8SRtiKiamtiB8m $. PBINCETON UNION. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. TEIEiS^S, $2.CO Pet *S"ear. R. C. DUNN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE OVER BINES' STOSS, VAIN ST, PRINCETON, MINN., SEPT. 10, 1891. SPLENDID Fair. NAIL weather for the State the Davis colors to your mast-heads, boys. THE school children of Minne sota have reason to bless Senator Davis. SENATOR DAVIS' EVERY V, l& th i& prompt action in putting in a claim for sections 16 and 36 of the unsurveyed In dian reservations, has saved the tax-payers of Minnesota at least $1,000,000. The voters should re member this when they choose members of the legislature next fall. Put none but Davis men on guard. DULUTH Tribune Poor Ireland enjoys the distinction of being the only country in the civilized world which has less population to-day than ten years ago. But she is not destined to remain long along in her desolate destination. Canada shows hopeful signs of soon join ing her. So generous a privilege is it to be a co...

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. — 10 September 1891

A^T' 1 f**i Great Northern Railway. Eastern Minnesota. Daily Ex. 8un. p. Daily Ex. Sun. P.M. Le. St.Paul 1:05 Le. Dululh 1:00 Minneapolis....1.30 Milaco 4:26 Elk River 2:30 PRINCETON ....4:47 PBINCKTON ....8.080 Elk River 6:20 Milaca 3-3 "Minneapolis. 6:3 5 Ar.Dnlnth 7:00 Ar. St. Paul 7:08 This train connects with trains going west at Elk River and Milaca. Princeton Accommodation. Tues., Thnrv & Sat OOING 80UBH. A X. Le. Milaca 6:00 Soule'e Siding. 6:22 Long's Siding.. 6:45 PRINCETON. 7*25 Zimmerman 8*05 Elk River 9:15 Minneapolis. .10:80 Ar. St.Paul 10-55 Hon., Wed & Fri. GOING NORTH. P. X. Le. St. Paul 8:80 Minneapolis ...4 10 Elk River 5:20 Zimmerman.. .6:25 PRINCETON ....7:00 Long's Siding..7:20 Soufe's Siding..7:40 Ar. Milaca 8:05 These trains go south Tuesday*. Thursdays and Saturdays, and north Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. St. Cloud & Hinckley Division of the O. N. Railway. GOING EAST. GOING WEST. Foreston..Le. 8.20 A.M. I Milaca Le. 3.45P .X Milaca...." 8.43 ...

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. — 10 September 1891

rb a'fl*CT^SgfiTrS^S SSSfegi VlT^v^ Princeton ttwcw. R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms:2 00 per year in advance. i THE crops in Denmark and Sweden are bad because there has been too much rain during the harvest, and the wheat crop in Western Germapy is bad because a rascally little fly is eating the berry. THE centenarians are proving to be almost as numerous as George Wash ington's body servants. Mrs. Miller, of St. Charles, 111., now comes forward to claim that she is a gay young dow of 104 years old. O 500,000,000 passengers carried last year on American waters and from American ports, only 6 5 lost their lives. This shows that the ocean greyhound is not in it with the banana peel and the gasoline stove. THE cranberry crop is said to be a failure but it will take a greater ca lamity than that to prevent a rous ing, old-fashioned Thanksgiving this year with a billion-dollar crop sur plus in sight. THE Eleventh Census will show that in our 65,000,000 population one man in every 20 3 is ...

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. — 10 September 1891

1 -j TOOK HER OWN LIFE. Miss Mary Muschette Sius of Minne apolis Commits Suicide in Wash ington. She Cuts Her Throat With a Razor, Completely Severing the Jugular Vein. "WASHINGTON. Special Telegram, Sept. 8. Miss Mary Muschette Sim, of 424 First ave nue south, Minneapolis, committed suicide this morning at 1407 New York avenue, in this citj-. With a razor's point she cut the left side of her throat from ear to wind pile, completely 'e\ennfj tho jugular vein and nearly sevenng the carotid artery. Death must have resulted almost instantly. Little oi ro reason can be assigned for the rah act. She came to this city aboot five weeks ago and was visiting her aunt, Mrs. ^Winnie Brown, and cousins, Misses Kate and Frederick.! Brown, at the place where she died. She was about twenty years aid, and her relatives say she was ap parently in good health and spirits when she came lice. Last Tuesday she went before the civil senice examining boaid 'or the purpose of passing an examination and see...

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. — 10 September 1891

4/ fPS w^w$ 4 MILACA_ZEPHYRS. MILACA, Sept. 8, 1891. A case of diphtheria is reported at Mib. Jay'b house. Miss Mabel Knapp is visiting friends at Monticello. 0 Jahr returned from the lake, on a short visit, yesterday. Mr. F. Henderickson is building a neat little residence on avenue. Mrs. A. Rudquist is very sick at present and not expected to live. Manuel Waldhoff, of Foreston, passed through town last Monday. Rev. Taylor is the proud father of a boy, born last Tuesday morn ing. Mrs. H. C. Hmes is enjoying a vibit to her old honie in North Dakota. Miss Mary Wilts, of Oak Park, is visiting with her sister, Mrs. S} lvester. Wm. E. Lee is now travelling salesman foi the Mille Lacs Lum_ berCo., and a Mr. Whitback is now manager heie. The upper room in the school hoiibe is being thoroughly finished and heieafter we will have a graded school, which is sadly needed. We were glad to meet Frank Libby, sr., one of the solid home steadeis of the lake region, upon our streets yesteiday. He wa...

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. — 17 September 1891

R. C. DUNN, Publisher. VOLUME XT. CORRESPONDENTS: of New Yoik Princeton, $3000teacrhYano FRANK HENSE, Pres't. CHAS ERICKSON, Vice Pres't S S. PCTTERSON, 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. Germama Bank, of St Paul, Chase National Bank, The 5 City S Drug S Store,PHYSICIAN W E MeCTJAIG, Prop., Main Street, Princeton. EVERYTHING TO BE HAD IN A FIRST-CLASS DRUG STORE CAN BE FOUND HERE. The Finest Line of Cigars in Town. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded by a Registered Pharmacist. Cambridge Carding Mill, ERIC BJORKLUND, Proprietor, Cambridge, Minn. I have had many year's experience in the business, my mill is in good older and I Guarantee Good Work. First-Class Carding Done for 8cts. Per Pound. AND GO TO E HEAD'S And get some of the Bargains he will give you. You will find almost Everything for a Little Money....

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 17 September 1891

i\ i 1 DYING OF LOVE. Cover Me over With showers Of flowers Heap Them deep My quivering, Shivering Body above, For I'm dying of love. Cover Me over With showers of flowera. 'Cast Them fast My yearning, Burning Body above For that odor sweet It is naught, I weet, But the breath of lov, "Cover Me over With lilies And daffodilies, And roses And their fragrant sister posies. Rain Them amain My languishing, Anguishing Body above 'Then far from me flying, Leave me here lying, .Leave me here sighing, Leave me here crying, Leave me here dying D) ing of love. Fort Worth Mail. AN AWFUL CHAEGE. HE little combination freight and passenger train that runs from the entrance of the great Hoosac tunnel away up through the mountains along the bank of the Deerfield river waits patiently on. its narrow guage side-track until its larger con temporary from Boston comes up and empties out whatever of its freight and whoever of its passengers are destined for the little villages farther up in the the moun...

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. — 17 September 1891

TOSSINGS. Not a wink all night. Toss? I should say so! Turned fifty times, more or less: counted sheep A greatflockdisappearing, leap by leap, Over a fence into, dreamland, watched the flow Of dim waters thought myself in a show Riding the merrv-go-iotuid with a sweep, And sm oral tluvt made me dizzy, still no bleep. Then I fell to thinking whether or no Theiewere crumbs in the bed, laughed, blamed the seams In the sheets, got up, turned them, unfast The blinds, again lay down longing for dreams And sweet slumber that came not, till at last Just as across the hills the davlight crept And the redbreasts sang of morning, I slept. MABEL'S CAEE. When the train moved away from the station, Mabel pulled out her lit tle red-bordered handkerchief and cried. There, in the car window, was Fay, her dearest friend, moving farther away from her each minute. For awhile she could see Fay's hand and handkerchief moving from the window, but they had passed out of sight Mabel sobbed aloud. Right by h...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 17 September 1891

lM**mJf*#v te ^V^g^^f^^- i PRINCETON UNION. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. FLOWER, the candidate of the anti-Clev,eJand Democracy, will, in all probability, receive the Demo cratic nomination for governor of New York. A. J. CLARK is making the Two Haibors Iron Port a very readable paper. Mr. Clark is a veteran newspaper man and knows how to get up a spicy paper. A PARTY of brilliant Democratic oiators from the east have arrived at St. Paul on a stumping tour of the Noithwest, and they will preach simon pure Democracy. HE Pioneer Press is authority for the statement that the Great Northern, Canadian Pacific and the Soo system of railroads will all be combined under one management. THE Isanti County Press, which is published in the strongest Scan dinavian county in the State, as serts that Hon. Knute Nelson is as popular as ever he was among the natives of Sweden in that county. EDITOR DARE of the Elk River Star-News has an ideal candidate for congress in this, the Sixth, dis trict, but he...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 17 September 1891

Great Northern Railway. Eastern Minnesota. Daily Ex Sim Le. St. Paul Minneapolis. KUc Biver.. V. 1-05 1:80 :80 303 3-30 .7:00 PRINCETON Milaca Ar Duluth JOSEPH NOKES. Adjt Daily Ex. Sun. M. Le. Duluth 1:00 Milucti 8-00 688 6 46 7-26 8-06 9:15 10.80 10-55 PRINCETON Zimmerman Elk River Minneapolis Ar St Paul 4.85 4-47 5-80 636 708 PRINCKTON Elk River. Minneapolis Ar. St Paul. !Thi8 train connects with trains going weetut Elk River and Milaca. Princeton Accommodation. l\ues Thure & Sat. UOING BOURH Le. Milaca Soule's Siding. Long's Siding Mon Wed & Fri A M. GOING NORTH V. Le St. Panl 8*80 Minneapolis .4,10 Elk River 5.20 Zimmerman. 6:85 1 4 PRINCETON 7.00 Long's Siding..7:80 Soule' Siding 7-4 0 Ar Milaca ..8:05 These trains go south Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sntardays, and north Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays St Cloud & Hinckley Division of the G. N. Railway. GOING EAST. GOING WEST. Foreston..Le 8 2 0A M. I Milaca... .Le. 3 45P Milaca.. 8:48 I Foreston 4:05" Attention, G. A....

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 17 September 1891

if i es 5 grm^trnt Union. R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms:2 00 per year in advance. The railroads of the country employ 700,000 men. Each year they lose 2,000 of their number in killed, and 20,000 of them are injured annually. I is estimated that 3,000,000 people depend on these employes for a living. THE great "Soo" Canal accumulates a trade far in excess of that which passes through the Suez Canal. Some idea of its immensity can be gathered from the fact that closing a lock for three days caused to shippers a loss of more than $1,000,000. THERE are people searching for the gold Capt. Kidd buried on the Atlan tic coast. A party of Bluenoses are hunting in Nova Scotia. Th assets might be as large if they would ex tract the metal from the "golden sun- set." LEPERS in India were treated with shocking inhumanity before Christi anity entered that country. Many of them -n ere buried ah e. Th English rulers have put a stop to this custom, and for fourteen years there has been a special chris...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 17 September 1891

!?jM INAWATERYIGRAYE Floods and. Storms DestroyMany Lives and Much Property in Portions of Spain. Fifteen Hundred People Killed by the Destruction of One Tow by a Flood. MADBID, Sept. 15.Serious floods and stoims are reported in various parts of Spain Railway communication is inter rupt eJ at several point*.. The Ainarguillo has overflowed its banks, destroying the town of Consuegra and flooding several villages According to the news received 2,000 peo ple have already perished, and an immense amount ot damage has been done by the swollen waters At presentit is utterly im possible to send assistance to the survivors, as all road and railway communication witn the scene ot the disaster has been cut ofl. Official telegrams report that 1,500 per sons penshed in the destruction ot Con suegra by the oveiflow of the Amarguillo. Hundieds of others were injured by tailing buildings, and enormous numbers ot cattle perished. At other places many persons "were drowned and much property was dam...

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. — 17 September 1891

'4 i 11' I I I I i ill i 1 I I 1 1 11 1 if I i, it i 1 1 1 i MILACAJZEPHYRS. MILACA, Sept. 15, 1801. E Chesley spent Sunday with hih family in Anoka. Genial Haney Moore spent Monday night in town. Joseph Nokes, of Piinceton, has the contiact to plastei the school house. Wm. Dow dell says that he would lathei hunt than seive on the grand juiy. Mi. and Mr* L. Morgan at tended the funcial of Mis. Cox at Piinceton to day. Mib Mitchell and daugh teis. Mai\- and Ethel, aie visiting fi lends in Anoka Mi--. Palmer, of Minneapolis, is making hci paientt?, Mi. and Mis. Aiibtin Ilogle, a shoit visit. Sol Pan ott and A\ife visited the cities and took the Exposition and State Fan last Fiiday-Mon- Peter Jolnibon, justice of the pe ice toi the IICAN toAMi of Buin hohu, took in the State Fair last Mond i) The cise of diphthena at Mis. Ji}\?, upoired la^t A\eek, is now giowmg better and the child is lepoited to be out of danger. School \ull commence about Oitobei 1st, with Lura Bouck as puncipil. an...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 24 September 1891

ORRESP ONDENTS. of New York Cambridge, Planing" Mil FRANK HENSE, Pres't. CHAS ERIOKSOU, Vice Pres't. S S PETTERSON, Cashier. Mille Lacs County Bank, -OF- PRINCETON, MINNESOTA. Capital and Surplus, $35,000. Transacts a General Banking Business. Interest Allowed on Time Deposits. Loans matle on Improved Farms and Approved Security. Lumher,$6to$20perM. SIDING, FLOORING, LATH, SHINGLES,SHINGLES, $1 TO $2.50 PER M. Lumber Promptly to Order. Germama Bank, of St Paul Chase National Bank, The City S Drug 5 Store, WM. McCUAIG, Prop., Main Street, Princeton. EVERYTHING TO BE HAD IN A FIRST-CLASS DRUG STORE CAN BE FOUND HERE. The Finest Line of Cigars in Town. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded by a Registered Pharmacist. EFtXC BJOEKLUND, Proprietor, I have had manj jeai's expeiience the business, my aoocl oidel and I Guaiantee Good Woik. First-Class Carding: Done for 8cts. Per Pound. Dressed FLOUR, FEED, BRAN AND SHORTS BY THE SACK, TON OR CAR LOAD. Feed Mill. We Have Bought the Turner Feed M...

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. — 24 September 1891

f-V 0 II I I M_ mmmmm BESET BY WILD BOGS. BY EDMUND COLLINS. LONG certain parts of tho coast of Newfound land, as wall asot Lab rador, are herds otwild dog3, lean, with shag gy hair and shy eyes, and when hungry they are as ferocious as any beast of which I have ULI' heard, for then they will not fepare even man. Very little is known about their history, but it is general ly believed that the wild dog is partly Newfoundland breed and part wolf, for it must be remembered that the wolf was once very numerous in New foundland and Labrador, hunting in large lierce packs across the wide stretches of barrens or treeless mor asses Many of the native dogs ran wild, and long ago were known to mix among the wohes about the coast and \i\o in apparent friendship with them The wohes in both these places IUXAC now grown scarce, but the dogs ate htill grouped together in sev eral secluded coves and bays along the coast, living open in summer and burrow ingaway in holes or under thegiound hrsand sp...

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. — 24 September 1891

VJf%T*^fi F'x^" T*v-rf TOO LATE, 'Twas dark upon the beach that night, We'd never met before She sat down promptly by my side, And asked me ior the scorel Bhewore a lovely percale shirt, A collar and cravat, And on her dainty little head There perched a sailor hat. We talked of tennis and baseball, Till things got very slow And when a cloud obscured the moon, I said we'd better go. We went, and now I weep to think What might have been my joy. Alas' if I had only known That she was not a boy! Tom Masson in Cloak Keview. A STRANGE ADVENTURE. companions, Tom Hollis and Jack Allen, had crossed the river in their canoes to get a bucket of fresh water from a spring a quar ter of a mile dis tant. They had taken the lantern with them, and I was lying back in the darkness with my head propped up on a roll of blankets. A swinging lamp dangled from the ridge-pole overhead, but I had no in clination to light it. We had paddled a good many miles since early morn ing, and now, after a good supper...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 24 September 1891

PRINCETON UNION. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY DUNN EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR OPFICE OVER HIKES1 STORE, HAW JPRINCEION, MINN SEPT 24, 1891 HE pi ess of St. Cloud pro nounce the recent district fair in that city a dibmal failure. OUR special Washington corres pondent comes to the front this week with a gossipy and interest ing letter. LEO PANCERZEWSKA, of Minne apolis, wants his unpronounceable cognomen changed to Stewart. We don't blame him. C. C. EASTMAN, cousin of the Hon. Ah ah Eastman, has pur chased the Wadena Pioneer. We *\ibh him success, in hit. venture. HE Gieat Northern R. R. will eicct new buck depot at Anoka. The old depot was a disgrace to the laihoad company and the town. HON JOHN HAVEN, of Big Lake, claims that Monticello peo ple come to that town to do their tiadmg. Mr. Haven should favor the budge bcheme. THERE is no good reason why wheat should not be worth one dol lai per bushel at every railroad depot in Minnesota to-day. Hold your wheat tor higher prices. ACCORDING to th...

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. — 24 September 1891

f"V Great Northern Railway. Eastern Minnesota. Daily Ex Sun Le. St Puul Minneapolis. 51 1 1 Elk River. PRINCETON Miinca Ar. Duluth .PRINCEION 4 4 Zimmerman. 1 1 Daily Ex Sun. M.A. Le. Duluth 1-00 Miluca 4:25 PRINCETON ....4*47 Elk River 6:20 Minneapolis 6*35 1-05 .1.80 2:30 ..8.03 8 SO T'OO Ar.St. Paul. 7:08 This train connects with trains going west at Elk River and Milaca. Princeton Accommodation. Mon., Wed. & Fri. Tuee., Thurs & Sat. GOING NORTH. Le. St Paul 3 80 Minneapolis 4,10 Elk River 5.20 Zimmerman 6:25 PRINCETON ....7.00 Long's Siding .7-20 Soule'e Siding 7:40 Ar. Milaca 8:05 6.00 6 22 6.45 7.- 8 GOING 80URII. A Le. Milaca Sonle's biding Long's Siding ElkRiver 9'105 5 1 1 Minneapolis. .10:80 Ar St Paul ..10:55 These trains go south Tneedays, Thnrsdaj and Satnrdays,-and north Mondaj s, Wednesdays and Fridays. St. Cloud & Hinckley Division of the G. N. Railway. GOING EAST. GOING VEST. Foreston..Le. 8"20A. M. iMilaca Le. 8*45P Milaca.. 8 43 I Foreston 4 05" Attent...

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. — 24 September 1891

KWV~^ i i 1 li 1 I 1 i I* Wmm6&mm ^K^f^ irutqetoit Hmtw. K. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms:2 00 per year in advance. THE most celebrated collection of fans in the world is now in the print room of the British Museum. I was brought together by Lady Charlotte Scribner, who presented the fans to the museum. THE Chilian Junta has acted wisely perhaps, in assuming the payment of the $27,000,000 of paper currency is sued by Balmaceda, as the business interests of the country will thus be protected and the scandal of repudi ation averted. A SHIP'S side light which will swing as she heels and always shine upon a horizontal plane has been invented in Cardiff. With the fixed light and the ship well heeled, the leeward light can be seen only half a mile. NOTWITHSTANDING Bardsley's rascal ities Philadelphia is still financially solid. He new tax rate is $1.85, \\hich will produce a revenue of $12,- 516,004.89. Other income, including $1,000,000 for liquor licenses, will in crease this amount to ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 24 September 1891

%/U QUITE A RICH HAUL. One of the Largest Banks in London Cleverly Robbed of an Im mense Sum. From Three-Quarters to Over a Mill ion Dollars Carried 011" by the Thieves. LONDON. Sept. 22.The banking world of this city has just been startled by the an nouncement that an inipoitant bank rob bery has taken place in the city. Tho institution that has suffered is the London and Westminster bank (limited), No. 41 Lathbury, E. C. an important estab lishment, having over fi teen branch houses in tins city. The money stolen, it would appear, con sisted ol a large parcel of bills remitted from the country banks to the London and West riuin&ter bank. Tho thiol or thieves must have cleverly watcned for the proper op portunity to accomplish the robbery and to have gamed access to an appartment near the main entrance to the bank. This ap partment was easy of access irom the street, and the parcel ot bills is supposed to have been stolen while the bank officials were busily engaged in another ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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