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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 24 December 1891

I I I ir" & luhsfi PRINCETON UNION. PUBLISHED EVEKY THURSDAY. TEERlwS, $2.00 Pei "STeax. iR DUXN Emion AND PnopniETon STOES. tut SI OIFICS OVER SINES1 PRINCETON, MINN DEC 24, 1891.building TO-DAY is the UNION'S sixteenth birthday. A merry Christmas to all of its. readers. THE potato crop in every por tion of the United States last sea son was immense. The indications are that prices next spring will be no higher than they were last fall. MART IN COUNTY Sentinel: The next legislature should investigate the combine between the railroads and certain grain buying syndi cates. A unholy alliance seems to exist between these corporations A\ hich needs, d} namitirig. BKAINEKD Dispatch: Nobody is worrying over Knute Nelson's tar iff record, except our Democratic friends and a few, very few, ould-be Republican bosses. Mr. Nelson's ideas' on tho tariff are sound, and we honor him for his courage in voting for the Mills bill. OUR El River contemporary, the Star-JVews, has rounded out its si...

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 December 1891

mi &\, Great Northern Railway. Eastern Minnesota. Daily Ex. Sun. p. M. Le. St. Paul 1:05 Minneapolis....1:80 Elk River 3.80 PRINCETON ....8.03 Milaca 8:80 Ar. Dnlnth .7.00 Daily Ex. Sun. Le. Dnlnth 1 Milncu 4 PRINCETON ....4 "Elk River 5 l GOING BAST. Fore8ton..Le 8*20A. M. Milaca... 8:43 Minneapolis 6 Ar. St. Paul 7 This train connects with trains going west Elk River and Milnca. Princeton Accommodation. Tnes Tkurs & Sat. GOING 80UB H. A M. Le Milaca 6:00 Sonle'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 Mon., Wed. & Frl. GOING NORTH. P.M. Le. St. Paul 8:80 Minneapolis .4 10 Elk Rner 5:20 Zimmerman....6:25 PRINCETON ....7:00 Long's Siding. 7:20 Sonle's Siding. 7:40 Ar. Milaca 8:05 These trains go south Tuesdaj s. Ttanredtu sand Satnidnys, and north Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. St. Clond & Hinckley Division of the G. N. Railway. GOING WEST. I Milaca Le 8-45P.M Foreston... 4:05 Attentio...

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 December 1891

I jjrtmpton: Warn R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms:2 00 per year in advance. EVIDENC ES multiply tbp-t a life of luxtivy and ense is she parent of crime* A Brooklyn reporter has just been ar rested for having a wife too many. THE Braganza diamond, the largest in the world, weighs 1,880 carats. I was found in Brazil in 1741, and is now one of the Portugues crown jew els. COMPRESSED air delivered from a flexible hose with a small nozzle al a pressure ot 5 0 pounds to the square inch is very eft* ctive in cleaning plush cushions. I is so us ed on the Union Pacific Company's road. EDWIN II. FIELD'S eccentricities cost his fi lends and business associates not less than $2,000,000t say nothing of the mortificati on of his family. The proper treatment for insanity of that type is hard labor in a zebra uniform. WIIH the desire of giving her hus band a true pictuie of herself, a wo man in Atchison, Kan., had her photograph taken as she appeared at daily housework in her kitchen dress, with a bab...

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. — 24 December 1891

THE NORTHWEST. A Summary of the Important Events of the Week in the Northwest- ern States. Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, North and South Dakota News in'a Nutshell, MINNESOTA John Meski, of Alberta, was instantly killed by a ialling tree. Tlie graphic-Sentinel, of Lake City, 'has been sold to Mr. Myers, ol Mazeppa. An old lady, known as mother Timm, was struck by a train and killed at Revere. The Imperial mill of Duluth will contri bute a carload of flour to be sent to the suffering people in Rusaia. Bertha Hanke, a 13-year-old girl, was burned to death at St. Paul in a fire icaused by a kerosene lamp explosion. Woodburn & Co., dry goods dealers at Anoka, assigned with liabilities of $4,500 assets in excess of that sum. George Lutz of Union, a pioneer settler of Houston County, iell while driving cat tle and sustained iatai injuries. Ernst Nebel. of Richmond, loft for parts unknown with $1,000 belonging to other parties, which he secured in a hotel pur chase. Dr. S. V. Groesbeck, a...

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. — 24 December 1891

i f i 1 i i i 1 ''i 1 1 i 1 1 1 i MILACAJZEPHYR3. MILACA, Dec. 22, 1891. School closes Thursday for a week's vacation. Lawyer Brady, of Princeton, is in town to-day. Rev, Skemp renewed old acquaint ances in town Sunday and Monday, J. A. Ross, county attorney, was up on a little business last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Collin Campbell visited relatives in Greenbush last Sunday. Now that we have "done up" the saloon, lot us go to work and do up 'blind pigs." F. W. Burnham has severed his con nection with the Mille Lacs Lumber i Company and has removed to St. Cloud. Some hoodlums were arrested for making- a disturbance in the church last week. Let this be a lesson to others. Christmas eve will be celebrated by a tree at the church. A g-ood program has boon prepared and a good time is anticipated by all. A fellow by the name of O'Connor was arrested yesterday on complaint of A. J. Barrett, charged with having robbed numerous guests of the Milaca House of clothing, &c. The fellow has be...

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. — 31 December 1891

V. "S. V'' r- ft* mm R. C. DUNN, Publisher. VOLUME XVI. THE PRINCETON WAREHOUSE COMPANY W--v 1^ FRANK HENSE, Pres't. CMAS. ERICKSON, Vice Pres't. S. S. PErreRsoN, Cashier. -OF- PRINCETON, MINNESOTA. Capital and Surplus, $35,000. Transacts a General Banking Business. Interest Allowed on Time Deposits. Loans made on Improve Farms and Approved Security. CORRESPONDENTS: Germania Bank, of St. Paul Chas National Bank, of New York. THE KEEN KUTTER! 150 Patterns on iDisplaylat Caloy'i-:Hai'dwarc^:-Emporium. I V*Hf Mille Lacs County Bank,Commercial o A Full Line of Keen Kutter Shears, Scissors, Etc. The Keen Kutter Brand of Cuttlery Takes tile Cake. The Cedar Rapids Pump. The Only Wood Pump ever turnished with a Perfect and Practi- cal All Metal Bucket, and Brass Valve Seat, for Check Valve. This Pump is Remarkable for its ease of operation. This is due to the Metal Bucket, which always fits perfectly, avoiding all unnecessary friction. The difference in price is too small for you to take ch...

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. — 31 December 1891

jr A CANOE. "The maiden sat in a light ounoa, Afloat on a mountain lake, And a mad idea shot wildly through The biain of her lover (who sat there too), That he, that belf-cmuie light canoe A stolen kiss would take. Wow the maiden sat there, unware Of the plot that he had hatched And the mountain breezes played with her h.xir And ialined her cheek and her blow so fair, As she sat there quite unaware Of 1 no kiss soon to be snatched, Then the lover awaited a leal good chance, To captme the longed-for kiss. When, \\at lung the wimphag wavelets danee, She tinned hei head with a quick, shy glance, And, aning bm k, she gave him i chance That was leally too good to miss (So he bent to meet her, and tried to steal The kihs tiiat he burned to get. But he bent so quick, in his aident zeal, That the emit upset like a whirling wheel, And he missed the kiss that he tnod to steal, And the^ both got \eiy wet. A TERRIBLE MONSTER. had never seen her handwriting boloie, and yet, the instant the lette...

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. — 31 December 1891

THE EIGHT KINK "Well," naia Granny Purcell, lool fngout of the window while she bound off the little red stocking she was knitting ior her son Hiram's young est boy, I wonder what them high flyers will' do now. Them Lovett girls, I mean. Just look, Ad'line, if they aint a-holdin' their heads just's high's if old Kufushadn't lost a cent! That youngest oneDoryis toss ing her curls as independent as ever. Some things haint sanctified to some people as a means of grace, I'm sorry to say." Her daughter-in-law, a pale, thin, spiritless woman, who looks as if Granny Purcell herself had been a sufficient "means of grace", for any woman's sanction, put down her flatironwith a resigned air, and came to the window. "I s'pose they ain't come to a real izing sense of it yet," she meekly sug gested. "There! If that long-nosed one isn't actilly a flirtin'I Talking to Howard Vand.vne and rollin' her eyes, and showin her handsome teeth. And Lena has just given a penny to that organ-grinder's monkey....

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 December 1891

PRINCETON UNION. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. i.Y&EVB.y&E<VT M& &0&ITIC&. TEBMS, $2.QO Fex "STesn. iR DUNN, EDITOR AND PROPRIFTOW arras OVER ro STOKE, HAIB SI. JPRIJSCETON, MIUN., DEC. 31, 1891. RECIPROCITY goes marching on. The British West Indies have agreed to admit many1 American products free of duty after Feb. 1st ISVNTI county has not a mile of railroad within its borders, and it is one of the best agricultural counties in northeastern Minne sota, HK fight between Sherman and Forake rs adherents in the Ohio legislature waxes hot, and ugly charges of bribery and attempted bribery are rife. COMM IT CE the new year right, but don't make too many prom ises. An eminent preacher once remarked that a sultry clime was prv ed with good intentions. IT is a significant fact that both of the Republican newspapers in Biainerd, Mr. Kindred's former home, advocate the nomination of Knute Nelson for governor. THE decision of the New York court of appeals is in favor o...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 31 December 1891

Vk"l'"'s e* GOING EAST JForeston Le 8 20 A Milaca.. 8 48 ^A.| *K 'p $* .3,- Great Northern Railway. Eastern Minnesota. Daily Ex Sun. Le Bulath Milucu PRINCETON Elk River.... Dally Ex San. v.u Xe St Pal 1-05 Minneapolis. ..1:80 Elk River. 2'80 PBINAKTON 8-08 Milaca.. 8-80 Ar Duluth 7 00 Thia train connects with trains going west Bik Biver and Milaca. 1 1 Minneapoli Ar. St Paul. Princeton Accommodation. Tnea Thars. & Sat GOING 80URH A Xe Milaca 6 00 Sonle'a biding 6 22 Long's biding 6 46 PRINCETON 7 25 Zimmerman 8 OS Elk River 9-15 MinneapoliB. 10.80 Ar bt Paul 10 55 Hon., Wed. & Pri. GOING NORTH, r. Le. St. Paul 8 80 Minneupolls 4 10 Elk River.... 5 20 Zimmerman.. 6.25 PRINCETON 7*00 Long's Siding 7-20 Soule's Siding. 7.40 Ar Milaca... 8 05 These trains go south Tnesdaj Thursdaj 8 and Saturday*, and north Mondays^ Wednebduys and Fridays. St. Cloud & Hinckley Division of the G. N. Railway. GOING WEST. I Milaca .\7e 8 45p I Foreston... 4.05 Attention, G. A Regular meetings ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 31 December 1891

1 1 1 liiiywiiiiiippiiiis J ~S i S *vf M. T- ^ffr^p*^^^"^ I i KM 1 'S"*"*^ irhntetortt Ifoitm. R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms:2 00 per year in advance. ENGLAND possesses 1,900,455 square miles of African territory. O NE Sunday's census of church at tendan ts in Liverpool gave 63,000 out of a population of 500,000. ANOTHER syndicate has offered the Grande Chartieuse 50,000,000 florins for the monopoly of the liqueur. A N Arizona farmer has a tame rat tle snake to guard the premises in stead of a dog. The report does not say whether the snake sleeps in the farmer's boots. THE spread of leprosy on the Isth mus of Panama shows what a filthy disease it is. Only the toughest kind of a pestilence would meddle with such a population. THE Arkansas city of Little Rock has a system of sidewalk and street paving with vitrified brick, which is agreeable to man and beast and will do service for ages. THE French soldier is much agitated by the news that in time of peace, as in war, he must hencefort...

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. — 31 December 1891

'X/i i, HARD WORK, NO PAY Terrible Treatment deceived by borers at the Hands of Kail road Contractors. 1*9,- Nothing' Received in Return for Weeks of the Hardest Kind of Work. WATERTOWN, N. Y.., Dec. 29.Charles Ilunnor, Stephen Broes and Otto Keys ar rived at Carthage Saturday ni-du and were glad to get shelter in the village lockup. They were not tranijpa, and the story they told was so similar to others that have been heard in this section lately there is little reason to doubt that there is some trutli in it. Rentier is an intelligent German, whoso story is as follows: Three months ago I left New York City to work on the railroad near Tupper's Lake. Our fares were paid to our destination with the nn derstiiudhm that it was to bo taken out of the first mouth's pay. We wore promised SI.25 a day mid ood board and lodging at 51) cents a day. Arriving there we found that the con ti\u-tors owned the store and boai'dlng houses. The latter were cold and cheerless. There weva no stoves. T...

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. — 31 December 1891

M!LACA_ZEPHYRS. m[ W m" MILACA* Dec. 29, 1891. A heavy snow this morning was a red lettei for the lumbeimen. Miss Blanche Stiong, of Minne apolis, is visiting friends in Milaca. I. E. Burgan, of Princeton, spent an hour in town yesterday. Geo. Aldiidge and wife returned from their Michigan trip, Satur day. Mr. and Mrs. W Secombe spent Christmas with old friends in Milaca. Mi. and Mrs. S. Bouck, of Princeton, spent Christmas with lelatives heie. Dan McMillan, Lew Wood, and H. Loyd spent their Christmas in St Paul v, ith their families. School closed tor a short vaca- JO} ed a pleasant VlSlt With friends during the last two weeks. sixty days at St. Cloud for pur- TT ,i SPENCER BROOK ITEMS. ...i" Every year there a number of men T?vil- Pilmmo Snorted fnr 11 A T? PI' Ti Christmas eve was celebratei here by an old time Christmas tree at the church. Before distribut ing the presents the children of the Sunday school rendered an ap propriate programme. They are especially to be congratulat...

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. — 7 January 1892

i Sf1 i I i R. C. DUNN, Publisher. VOLUME XTL J^ FRANK HENSE, Pres't CHAS ERICKSON, Vice Pres't. c. Princeton, Minn. H. NEWBERT, Prop. Free 'Bus From anil To all Trains. bPE(IAL \CCOMMODATIONS FOR 1 RAVELING SALESMEN AND TKANblENT GUEblS. The Commercial Hotel is First Clnss in all Its ap pointmenlB and the Aim of the Management is to make the Guests Comfortable When yon visit Princeton Stop at the Commercial Hotel NORTH STAR HOTEL, PRINCETON, MINN. MBS. 0. R. BARKER, Proprietor. Thin excellent Hotel is centrally located, is un equaled in this section of the State The Traveling Public will here find a ibirst Class Sample Room An Excellent Table, Good Beds And Well Furnished Rooms, ALSO GOOD STABLING ACCOMMODATIONS. Merchant Tailor Shop, JOHN JOHNSON, Prop., "Main Street, Over Rines's Store, Princeton, Minn. A NICE LINE OF DOMESTIC AND IM PORTED GOODS. CUSTOMERS CAN ALSO ORDER BY SAMPLES. Perfect Fits and First Class Work manship Gauranteed. I have jnst received a new line of Samples ...

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. — 7 January 1892

ft* vs. A CHRISTMAS PRESENT "I came to a* you"his voice was low "For something"his iace had a ruddy glow "I hope that your answer will not be 'no.' I came lor my Chiistmas present. 'I think yom licit knows what I mean, I feel your eyes mu^t have truly seen How much I love you I want, my queen, Yourself for my 'Christmas present. "My past is dark with grief and pain, But not with anv blot or stain. Ah! shall I plead, my love, in vain For thee, as my Christmas present?" "Forget the past, 'tis gone and dead, Just think"she bent her graceful head, The color o'er her iair face spread "Just think of your Christmas present." DOLLARS AND CENTS. HANKSGIV- ING Daya poor day to be travelling' Never theless, the Chicago express speed ing towards Elmira, N. Y., has on board John De Long of Chicago. Time, 5:30 p. m. Jack is feeling down on his luck. Called home by an urgent telegram in the midst of the Thanksgiv ing vacation of his senior year, he has missed a Thanksgiving dinner with a jolly par...

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. — 7 January 1892

A CHRISTMAS GIFT. The Greatest One This World Ever Received Was Given By God Two Thousand Years A o. That Gift Was Christ, and in His Com ing God Honored Childhood, Be cause He Came as a Child. BBOOKIA-X, N. Y [Special.]Dr. Talmage preached a sermon appropri ate to the Christmas season. Taking up the sub]ect of the nativity he drew from it lessons which, though perfect ly legitimate, are commonly overlook ed. His text was Luke ii, 16, "Andbottom they came with haste, and found Mary and Joseph, and the Babe lying in a manger." The black window shutters of a December night were thrown open, and some of the best singers of a world where they all sing stood there, and putting back the drapery ot cloud, chanted a peace anthem, until all the echoes of hill and valley applauded and encored the hallelujah chorus. Come, let us go into that Christmas scene as though we had never before worshipped at the manger. Here is a Madonna worth looking at. I wonder not that the most frequent names in a...

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. — 7 January 1892

r-N PRINCETON UNION. PUBLISHED EVMIY THURSDAY.' fA*&B&EJV8Bdr& Z*Y PQHITIGS. TE^IMIS, $2.00 Pei "STeax. iR DUNN EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR urncs O?BS am i HAIS S FKIWLEION, MIJNN JAN 7, 1892 THE New Ulm Revieio remarks: '"It is absolutely impossible to satisfy both selfish individual and party interests at the same time." I is rumoied in Washington that the Chilian government has made an abject apology for the outiages committed upon the Bal timore's ciew in Valparaiso. IG:N VIILS DCVNISELLY was re elected pi evident of the State Alli ance b} an almost unanimous \ote The Otter Tail crowd of lefoimeib foi ie\enue only AAere not in it. THE J^oiuer PJIS has given Ignatius Donnelly fre&h. cau&e of at lion foi another libel suit That papei ieiteiates itt. accusations of bnbei}, and chaiges him with ac teptmc: a &^00 biibe from a pine land o-uibber A A hile he was a 111cm- bei of the Minnesota legislature. HERF is A A hat one of the ablest cditois of Wiight county think...

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. — 7 January 1892

$p 1 '&ih^u> Great Northern Railway. Eastern Minnesota. Daily E Sun Le St Paul Minneapolis 4 1 Daily E Sun Le Dulnth Million 1 05 1 30 8 80 5 08 S 80 00 4 Elk. Ri\er 1 00 4 5 4 47 5 20 6 35 7 03 4 PlUNCKa ON Mtluca Ar Lulnt PKlNtKTON Elk ltl\t Minneapolis Ar St Paul Thi9 train connects vwih tram1' E lk River and Milaca going west at Princeton Accommodation. Tuee 'Ihiuf & bat GOING SOUUJU A Le Mihia 0 bt tile ding 6 1 x^ithn^ 6 PRIMEION 7 in mm man 8 UkRnei 9 Minnenpolis 10 Ar fet Paul 10 ihee train* go soul Saiimlijs. and north ludajs Mon Wed & Tn GOING NOKTH 00 Le St Paul 8 80 22 Minnenpolta 4 10 15 4' Elk Rnet 5 20 Zimmerman 6 25 16 PR.INCI.TON 7 0 15 4 Long biding 7 200 80 Vmle biding 7 JO so Ar Milaca 8 05 TnefrdM Thnr'-dms and Mondujs, V\ednctduj and St. Cloud & Hinckley Division of the N. Railway. GOING EAST GOING AVF'-T Le 8 20 A 8 13 Milaci 1 ore^ton 1 8 15P SI 4 05 Attention, G. A. K. Regnlir meetings of the W all ice Rmo8 Post No 142 wilall be k"*?~*fj h...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 7 January 1892

l 31 irhuteton Wmmi R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms:2 00 per year in advance. BISH OP BUTI^EB, of England, believes in the immortality of animals. RUDYARD KiPLiNGhasbeen sick with fever in New Zealand. will visit Stevenson at Samoa and then got India, returning to London in March. JU ST think of it! There were over 240,000.000,000 cigarettes manu factured in this country last year, Rnd yet thirty states prohibit bo ys from using them. Perhaps some of the women are helping out the trad e. RUDYARD KIPLING is to wed an American girl, and we wish him joy. She may train him into a decent re gard for the American people"out that's another story," as Private Mulvany wouldsay. SIR EDWIN ARNO LD says the worst to be said of a man in Japanese is that he is a "fellow." That country will have to borrow ot the United States vocabulary if it is going into politics. THE soldiers at Fort Niagara who have been smuggling Chinamen across the border should be relieved at once by a troop of Indian cavalry ...

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

Xi The Mexican Revolutionist Said to Be Surrounded by American Troops and Rangers. Garza's Forces on Texas Soil Scat tered by the United btates Scout ing: Parties. S\\ ANTONIO, Tex., Jan. 5.It is stated that the Mexican revolutionist, Garza, is Burrounded in the chaparral in the extreme northwestern corner of Zapata county, by United States troops and ranger-., and that it is almost impossible for him to escape, either to the northward or in the direction of Mexico. Telegraphic communication between the nnlitaiy headquarters hero and the posts on the border has besn re-established. Ad vices, were ieeei\ed to-day that the scouting of the last tew days indicates tl\e scattering ot Oaiza's iorees on Texas soil, and that they are either in hiding or have taken reiugo in Mexico. Either result is possible considering the vast stretch ot broken and bushy country on both sides of the Rio Grande and the sparse means ot communication. Minister Romero's assertion at Washington that a prominent...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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