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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 3 March 1892

rjwi PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY TE^H^ES, $2.00 E'er Tear. iR.C 1VCNN, EDITOR ANI PROPRIETOR arras mi siro mil SI PRINCE ION, MLJNN MAR 3, 1S92 THAT clean-cut, conservative Republican paper, the Todd County Argus, referring to Knutp Nelbon, says, "He is as honest a man as God ever made." IT is gratif ing to the settlers at Millc Lacs lake to know Hon. D. S. Hall, Chairman of the Chip pewa Indian Commission, is sus tained by Secretary Noble. Dar Hall is all light. SEM^R^L I -1 HE Punceton UNION ought not accuse the 3 eus of attacks of mdiiee tion and insinuation When we have an attack to make we do it openly The editonal was written without reference to anj one personally X01 th 1ield Xcas The UNION simply asked for m foimation. The explanation of the News is satisfactory. MANY of Senator C. K. Davis's warmest friends are also staunch suppoiters of Hon. Knute Nelson for the governorship. The efforts of intel meddling busybodies to engender stiife between the friends of thcbc two disting...

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. — 3 March 1892

PRINSKTON %*$* 4 ii a. a Great Northern Railway. Eastern Minnesota Eailway. ST. TAUL, MINNEAPOLIS," PIUNCKTON, DU- LUTH AND WTST SUrEItlOli. Buffet Parlor Cars on all Trains. Dally Ex. Sun. .Le. 8t. Paul Minneapolis....1:30 Elk Kiver..... P. M. .1:05 1 1 Daily Ex. Sun. Le. Dntath West Superior Milaca PRINCETON Elk River Minneapolis Ar. St. Paul .2:30 .3:08 .8:80 .6:45 .7:00 Milaca West Superior P.M. .1:00 .1:15 .4:26 .4:47 .5:20 .6:80 .7:00 Connections" rande in Union Depots St. Pau!, Minneapolis and West Superior. \V. S. Al.EXANDKR, W. A. CACTENTE B, Pres. & Geu. Manager. Gen. Pass. Agent. P. A. ROCKWELL, Ass'tGen. Pass. ,Agent. Princeton Accommodation. Tuee., Thurs. & Sat. GOING SOURH. A. M. I.e. Milaca 6:00 Sonle's Siding. 6:22 Long's Siding.. 6:45 PRINCETON 7:25 Zimmerman... 8:05 KlkRivor 9:15 Minneapolis 10:80 Ar. St. Paul 10:55 Mon., Wed. & Fri. aolNG'NOllTU. P. M. Le%. St. Paul 3:310 Minneapolis ...4 0 Elk River 5:206:2 Zimmerman 5 PRINCETON 7:00 Long's Siding..7:...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 3 March 1892

5 M' Jrhh[etot Warn E. 0. DUNN, Publisher. tferms:2 00 per year in advance. QUEENS county, Nova Scotia, has elected Frank G. Forbes, Liberal, to the Dominion Parliament on a plat form of unrestricted reciprocity with the United States. IN the southwestern districts of Africa large red beads, either of oval or cylindrical form, are still favorites also small beads of indigo hue, small black ones and others with red dots. LADY FLORENCE DIXIE has reform ed. In a recent article on the "Hor rors of Sport" she declares: "I will never in life again raise a gun or a rifle to destroy the glorious animal life of creation." I the king of Greece speaks twelve languages as he is reputed to do, he might profitably address cuss words in about nine of them to the mob of his bigot subjects who lately wreck ed a church at the port of Athens. IN Wyoming there is an average of one divorce to every six marriages. And yetfthere is no section of the United States where the power of T\ omen in the affairs ...

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. — 3 March 1892

FOR UNCLE SAM. The Bering Sea Question-De cided by the United States Supreme Court. It Is the Case of the Schooner Sayward, Seized for Illegal Sealing. WASHINGTON, March 1Th opinion of the United States supreme court in the case of cx-pnrte Thomas Cooper, owner ot the Canadian schooner Sayward, by which" the government of Great Britain and the Dominion of Canada sought to obtain from the highest legal tribunal in the United States a determination of the question of the right of the United States to'exercise exclusive jurisdiction over the seal fisheries in Bering sea. was to-day rendered by the United States supreme court. The decision is against the British gov- ernment. This does not invalidate the ar- bitrati on proceedings now going on between this country and Great Britain, but it would have had its effect against the United States in the negotiations if the court had rendered a different decision. i a. The main point in issue in the case was whether Bering sea was an open or c...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 3 March 1892

A REDHANDED PEACE. THE CANBY TRAGEDY IN THE MOon DOC1 WAR. Forced Into a Trying Situation, the Brave Soldier Ignored the Voice of Warning: am i Obeyed Orders at the Cost of Mis Life. ICopj right. IS93, by American Press Associa tion. Book rights reserved.} A Gen. Canby beeo asked to charge to the very muzzle of a can non firing double canister he would not have shown greater bravery in responding than he did when he stepped out from the protecting ranks of his sol diery to the coun- cil tent between the lines, where Captain Jack and his bloodthirsty Modocs lay in waiting on the morning of April 11, 1873 Captain Jack had broken his pledges again au again within a few days pre ceding the "peace talk," which he ma de the cover of a most barbarous massacre. Friendly Indians, who knew the Modocs' purposes, scouts, and above all a squaw, who had the privileges of Capt. Jack's lair, and learned by unerring signs that mischief was on foot, warned the army leaders and Indian commissioners no...

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. — 10 March 1892

pfl?i Ov* lis, 't i su R. C. DUNN, Publisher. VOLUME XYL HOTELS iommercial ^^*W?^ Princeton, Minn. H. NEWBERT, Prop. Free 'Bus From and To all Trains, SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS FOR TRAVELING SALESMEN AND TRANSIENT GUESTS. The Commercial Hotel in First-Clnss in all Its ap pointments, Hnd the Aim of the Management ib tr make the Guests Comfortable. When you visit Princeton Stop at the Commercial Hotel. NORTH STAR HOTEL PRINCETON. MINN. MRS. 0.ftBARKER Proprietor, This excellent Hotel is centrally located, is tin equaled in this section of the State. The Traveling Public will here find a rirst 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 LIKE OF DOMESTIC AND IM PORTED GOODS. CUSTOMERS CAN/ ALSO ORDER BY SAMPLES. Perfect Fits and First Class Work manship Grauranteed. i I h-v jupt received a new line of Sampiesfor i'l.ll and Win...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 10 March 1892

TRUE GREATNESS. ---'it that man, who striving well* v las not oy fate or chance Greater than he who set a hell Of swords around fair France. I count that man. who losing all Plucks heart to win again, Greater than Caesar who, in Gaul, Did slay a million men. I count that man. who living right Scorns every shade of wrong, Greater than he, who wins a fight, Or gams a namo in song. Godey's Lady's Book. FOE A FLOWEK. Count Clairville has. just given in marriage his only daughter Yolande to tha Marquis of Kergouet, of an old and proud Breton family. The ceremony was over and the lurch doors were flung open, display ing1 the high altar decorated with flowers and lights, and in the gar landed doorway appeared the young pair while the bells pealed joyously. All nature seemed to be in festal at tire for the sweet odors of spring filled Iho air, the wild birds were swing ing merrily and sunbeams fell liko a halo across the foreheads of the bride and groom. She "was fair and grace ful, and IU ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 10 March 1892

*3 ..J ft*. A WIOTEB ROMANCE. Twas a rough night. The wind blew furious ly and cold the rain came down in torrents thunder soared and lightning flashed. With every hard gust of wind the doors and windows rattled and the floor and walls trembled. Without the ground was one vast sheet of wa ter, rushing and gurling in its haste to seek its level leaves, twigs and great bunches of moss flew through the air as on wings, while trees swayed from side to side, bent down to the ground, cracked uutil they were twisted in twain, juad fell a victim to the temp est. The wildness of the weather was not very soothing to nervousness, and Uncle Joe Bennett, who was easily ex cited at any time, and during a storm doubly so, barred up his windows and began walking up and down across the floor, increasing and decreasing 'his speed according to the velocity of the storm. This evening was no ex ception to the rule, and Unci Joe was taking his nsual exercise, while his companion, who had twice offered to...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 10 March 1892

iWl PRINCETON UNION. FUBLlbHED AVEItr THURSDAY" j?&BPJBV&MWr JW *QI!FfGS. *T3Z1J&2MS, $2.00 2=r "STfeax. iR DUNN EDITOR ANn PROPUFJ-TOH mm mi ww STORE IT. tlUNLhlON, MINN, MAR 30, 1S92. COUNTY option takes the place of prohibition in Iowa. JOEL HEATWOLE, the fat, genial Northtield editor, has a newspaper boom for governor. Bu Joel says he Is! out of politics. A N official of the department of justice has been to Chicago and Minneapolis looking up evidence upon -which to base indictments against the members of the binding twine trust. THE publisher of the Presto Change has changed the name of hit. paper to the Staples Wo?'ld, and he has also enlarged and im pioved the same. It is a bene ficial chancre all around. S T. P\UL Globe: In one town in Maine, the other day, sixteen divorces were granted, and half of them on account of habitual drunk- ^nne^. There seems to be a limit to piohibition in that State. MILLE Lies county's share of the TToild's Fair fund is $1SS. Let it ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 10 March 1892

t-vr 1%+ Great Northern Railway. Eastern Minnesota Railway. T. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS, PKIUCKTON, DU- LUTH AND WTST SUPERIOR. Buffet Parlor Cars on all Trains Dally Ex. Sun. P.M.. Le. St. Paul 1:05 Minneapolis....1:80 1 1 'Toes., Thurs. & Sat GOING SOURH. Le. Milaca.... Scale's Siding. PRINCETON.... SOING KA6T. Foresion..Le. 8:20 A. M. Milaca-... 8:43 JOSEPH NOKES, Adjt. Daily Ex. Snn.. P.M. Le. Duluth ,1:00 "West Superior.. 1:15 Miluca ,..4:26 Elk River......2:8 0 PRINOKTON ....3:08 Milaca 3:3V West Superior..6:46 PRINCETON ....4:47 Elk River 5:20 Minneapolis ...6:80 Ar.Dulnth..".. ......7:00 Ar. St. Paui 7:00 Connections made in Union Depots St. Paul, Minneapolis and West Superior. W.:S. ALEXANDER, VV. A. CARPENTER, Pres & Gen. Manager. Gen. Pans. Agent. P. A. ROCKWELL, AsB't Gen- Paw. Agent. Princeton Accommodation. Mop., Wed. & Fri. GOING NORTH. P.M. Le.St. Paui 8:30 Minneapolis .4 10 Elk River 5:20 Zimmerman 6:% 6:00 6:22 6:45 7:25 8:05 Long' Siding 1 1 PRINCETON ,...7:0...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 10 March 1892

w I, vmutm Wmcru. R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms 2 00 per year in advance. THE Amalgamated Society of En gagers, with an income of $620,000, has expended in disputes, including assistance given other trade, the sum of $4,447 less than one per cent. FATHER MCGLYNN told a New Haven reporter recently that he would not be surprised to see Card inal Gibbons elected Pope when Leo XIII died. CHICAGO calls attention to the fact that John D. Rockfeller gave her uni versity $1,000,000 as a thank-offer ing for a return of health, and incident ally mentions that Ja Gould is not feeling very well him self. PROF. H. F. GROSS of Philadelphia announces that "oysters suffer from consumption." Undoubtedly. And the gilded youth'3 pocket-book also suffers from the consumption of the ovster. HE Adams Express Company is discharging such messengers in its em ploy as belong to the Express Messen gers' Brotherhood,an organization said to be purely beneficial. The company, however, looks upon it as a labor uni...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 10 March 1892

Hi' j. $&% t?'*'$mmam%, MAEEIEDATONCE.1 Baroness Be Stuers at Last Se cures Her Divorce at Sioux Falls, S. D. She Immediately Marries Her Companion, Count Elliott Zebarowski. 'OVXFAUS, S. TX, March 8.Baroness I niters was granted her divorce to-day. .'was at once married to Count Elliott "boiowski, who has been with her con stantly trom the first. The decree of divorce was filed by Judge Aikens. In his decision he does not review the case, but simplv records a number of findings or fact. Beginning with the sec ond, he declares that the baroness was a resident ol the state ior more than ninety days preceding the commencement the action. The interesting pottion oi the de cision runs as follows: That bince their marriage the baron haa been guilty of act* of extreme cruelty towards the Baroness wh.cn Imve inflicted Rrievous mental sufferings upon her, the acts consisting ol re peated viol-ut exhibitions of ill temper and un merited censuie in the presence of others, and finally culm...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 10 March 1892

41 !l is I it 1 -it' Ir 5 6 9 10 12 Totals STATE TEXT BOOK FUND. Jan. 5,1891. By balance $266 22 Jan. 4,1892. collections 284 28 Financial Statement, -OF THE- Receipts and Disbursements of Mille Lacs County, -FROM THE- FifthDayof Jan., 1891, to the Fourth Day of Jan., 1892. THE BOARD O COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, of Mille 'Lkes County. Gen- tlemen: Th following- is a statement of the Assets and Liabilities of Mille Lacs county, at the cl6se 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 during the year also statement of receipts and disbursements of State, School, Town and Village funds. All of which is respectfully submitted. M. VANALSTEIN, County Auditor. BALANCE SHEET FROM BOOKS OF COUNTY AUDITOR, JANUARY 4, 1892 R. M. IKEIiY, 1891. u) 5 To balanre $ 4 252 96 1892 Jan 4. collections, taxes of 1890 23 663 62 delinquent taxes, 1 790 13 costs, penalties and interest 7...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 17 March 1892

rj&rtw+t&SC J-C ff-^,|- jgMf* R. C. DUNN, Publisher. VOLUME XVI. Commercial Hotel, Princeton, Minn. H. NEWBERT, Prop. Free 'Bus From and To all Trains, bPEC'IVL ACCOMMODATIONS FOR TRAVELING SALESMEN AND TRANSIENT GUEbTS. The Commercial Hotel is First Class in all Tts ap pointmenfs and the Aim of the Management la to make the Guests Comfortable. When vou visit Princeton Stop at the Commercial Hotel. NORTH STAR HOTEL, PRINCETON, MINN. MRS. 0. R. BARKER Proprietor. -o- This excellent Hotel is centrally located, is un equaled in tins section of the State The Traveling Public will here llHd a Mrst Class Sample Room, An Excellent Table, Good Beds And Well Furnished Rooms, ALSO GOOD STABLING ACCOMMODATIONS Spring is Coming! AND YOU WILL NEED A New Suit! 00 TO JOHNSON THE TAILOR And Get It He will Make You a Nice Dress Suit for $2 8 and JlJj FRANK HENSE, Pres't. CHAS. ERICKSON, Vice Pres't. S. S. HETTERSON, Cashier. Mille Lacs County Bank, -OF- PRINCETON, MINNESOTA. Capital and Surp...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 17 March 1892

THE DEAR OLD FARM. When I was jes' a-growin' up I didn't think 'twas fun Ter stan' 'n' hoe pertaters 'N' punkms in the sun Ner to git up ev'ry mornin' Aforo 'twas hardly light, To feed the pigs 'n' cattle Afore I could hev a tnte. Ner to drive the cows to pastur 'N' the hosbes to the field, 'N' plow ten acres of farm land Er get my back well heeled Nt to bre'k a path in winter Wen my hand was almos' fruz, An' to hear from hind the winder: ''Look at Lazy! Dear me suz'." I didn't think theu that fai-min' life Was noways fine a bit Though that was thirty years ago, An'durnod if I do yit Eugenio Stevenson $250,000. I am not a very old man nor very inch one, noither am I so a/a I once v\ as nor so poor. I to say standing upon that him yet a young am. so golden middle ground, near enough to youth to enjoy it. near enough to age to ro spect it, near enough to wealth to enjoy it, near enough to poverty to respect it. It is pleasanter thus to think and I nm fairly content Tf I could bo riche...

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 March 1892

i CRADLE SQN Q. Ere the moon begins to rise Or a star to shine, All the bluebells close their eyes-* So close thine, Thine, dear, thine! Birds are sleeping in the nest On swaying bough, r4?hus,the against the mother-breast So sleep thou, Sleep, sleep, sleep' Thomas Bailey Aldrich in the Independent. PEG. Peg was a cripple. He couldn't re member what his real name was, be cause he was a very little fellow when he first came out of the hospital and began to stump about on his wooden leg. Peg was a name the boys gave him. Three years ago there was a terri ble scourge of yellow fever down in Floridathe smallest child who reads the Times will remember about it. Hundreds of people died, and hun dreds of little children were left father less, and motherless, and homeless. It was a sad Christmas time in Florida three years ago. Peg's father and mother lived in Jacksonville, right in that part of the city where the fever was the worst, and, seeing their neighbors one by one carried out and b...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 17 March 1892

\i. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. MimB&BXr&BWT IJf f*Q&MTtCa* TiEElIMIS, $2.00 IFer "5Tea,x. tR DUNN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE i III R' STORE, MAIN SI PRINCETON, MINN., MAR 17, 1892 MARTIN COUNTY Sentinel: Knute Nelson's gubernatorial stook is still the best on the market, Democratic papers to the contrary notwithstanding. ONE hundred and fifty men in the United States worth over $20,000,000 each. It is need less to add that one of the double decade millionaires made his ducats* by publishing a country newspaper. MINM" vroLis Tribune: Hon. Knute NeKon, who, campaign af ter campaign, carried the old Fifth congressional districtnow the combinded Sixth and Seventh, eo\ering the northern two-thirds of the Stateas long as he would take the nomination, is still one of the strongest candidates in Minne sota. His popularity with the agiicultural class and with that great northern section of the State, which ne\ er et has had represent ation in the gubernatorial chair, makes him...

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. — 17 March 1892

^^rn^^^f^^^ w^-"v-ir Tuee.. Thnrs. & Sat GOING SOt'UU. A. Le. Milncn 6 Soule's Sitling. 6 Long's Siding.. 6 PRINCKTON 7 Zimmerman... 8 Elk River 9 Minneapolis... 10-.80 Ar. St. Paul 10:55 These trains go son!h Saturdays, and north Fridays. ^w^'^yx^,, Qreat Northern Railway. Eastern Minnesota Railway. 8T. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS, PRINCETON, DU- LUTII AND WTST SUPJC1UOK. Buffet Parlor Cars on all Trains. Dally Ex. Snn. p. it. Le. St.Paul 1:05 Minneapolis....1:30 Elk River 8:8 0 Daily Ex. Son. P.M. Lo. Daluth 1:00 West Superior..1:15 Miluc.i 4:25 PRINCETON ....4:47 Elk River 6:S0 Minneapolis ...6:80 PRINCETON ....8:08 Milaca 3:80 West Superior..6:45 Ar. Dnluth 7:00 |Ar. St. Pnul 7:00 Connections mnde in Union Depots St. Paul, Minneapolis and West Superior. W. 8. ALKXANBEB. VV. A- CARPENTER, Free. & Gen. Malinger. Gen. Pas?. Agent. P. A. ROCKWKLL, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent. Princeton Accommodation. Men.. Wed. & Fri. M. GOING NORTH. P.M. :00 L*. St. Paul 8:80 -.22 Minneapolis ...4 10 ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 17 March 1892

w*p*m official life. BS- 2* issMrawpwvfr J*"*^^*? irhupfon Wmmx. R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms:2.00 per year in advance. JAMES PAYNE says one furneral "breeds a dozen in England on account of "the senseless custom of standing bareheaded at the open grave." HE sword and dagger taken from the body of James IV. of Scotland on the field of Flodden, are to be depos ited in the restored Parliament Hall at Edinburgh. APPARENTLY Wilhelm II. is ah out as denwnted as George III. was when he was removed from sway eighty years ago and put in an improvised "bug house." FRAUiiEix HELENE LANGE, of Ber lin, has proposed to the German Government that all girls between the age3 of 18 and 22 years shall be com pelled to serve one year as nurses in the hospital. THE telephone is making the ladies of Honolulu stouter. They used to do their own shopping, marketing, etc. Now they send their orders by telephone, and the lack of exercise has caused an accumulation of flesh. SENATOR MORRILL is the patriarch o...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 17 March 1892

counsel and Mri vorce. 1 ished to given flu up to-d.i the Rom vorce. ^'K^^\^f^^mf^rw^'' DID NOT KISS HIM.! NettieBoyd Testifies in theWill iams Divorce Case at Rapid City, S. D. She Often Dined and Drove With Mr. Williams, hut Denies Kissing Him. RAIUI. t'TTY, S. Special Telegram, March i --The Williams divorce case was resumed .u the circuit court to-day and several s-e tsations occurred. The cross-ex anunation or Nettie Boyd was concluded. The witness admitted that since 1887 she had been on terms of intimate friendship with the plaintiff, knowing at the time he was a married man. She had driven to places of entertainment and had dined with inm at hotels frequently, but she had never kissed luiu or been criminally inti mate with luni The proprietor and clerk of the Hotel Harney were then put on the stand to prove the date that plaintiff came to llapid City. Mo^e depositions and witnesses arrived from Rochester, N. Y., this morning, and Judge duller admitted the lormer in evi dence...

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