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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 27 July 1900

KEENAN'S CHARGE. HOYV 300 Men Saved the Union Army at CHancellorsville ly Deed of Matchless Daring. This stirring1 story in rhyme recalls a sad though heroic incident of the battle of Chancellorsville. Gen. How­ ard's corps (the Eleventh) had been surprised and put to a disastrous rout by Gen. "Stonewall" Jackson's army in that unsurpassed flank movement which will go down upon the pages of history as one most remarkable. Gen. Birney's division of Gen. Sickles' corps (the Third) was the first to feel the shock of the terrible disaster from the victorious foe. Gen. Birney turned to Gen. Plea&anton, that superb cavalry leader, who happened to be near by, to stem the tide until he could, get his men in position. This is touchingly and strikingly portrayed in the follow­ ing verses written by an unknown au­ thor soon after the battle: KEENAN'S CHARGE. (Chancellorsville, May 2, 1863.) The sun had set The leaves with dew were wet— Down fell a bloody dusk On the woods, that second of M...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 27 July 1900

& 1$ Win it Free Lunch Day and Night. /(Si- g'C* Herman Krause, FINE LINE OF The Only Mug Saloon in The City. WHEELER & WILSON NO-9 BEARING ALL SEWING MACHINE EASY RUNNING,QUIET RAPID AND DURABLE. It will pay ioi WHEELER JOHN O'CONNOR Carries the Finest Line of Lii^uor iOar His Sample Room is Neat and First Class in Every Respect. And He Invites Your Patronage. iH. Bottle Trade a Specialty. AT LAST... mining BlankOlork a Specialty to see a WILSON before you bif. 6 Write for Prices and Circulars* AGENTS WANTED IN ALL UNOCCUPIED TERRI­ TORY. Wheeler & Wilson Mfg. Co. 82 6c 80 Wabash Ave., CHICAGO, III. In tha City. Wines, Liquors and Cigars. After several weeks of time for placing our new machinery and getting the same ready for use Uirginia Enterprise. comes to you this week in an enlarged form, brim full of good, up-to-date reading matter, and, decorated with the newest type and border faces, presents itself as a very fair specimen of the higher grade of the printer's ar...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 3 August 1900

VOL. 8. IF so Mk vrfc i* ik $ f-a HE Arc You Building we desire to figure with you on your Hardware and Furnishing Bill, believing it will be advantageous to both. *4? Vjv. lb *4? JJ*. fit 4? rjr rib 4* *1? •JJv. *1? 4f *4? g0g)g)Qg)gQQQf)g)g)g)g)g)(%(%OOO(»O(%g)#)g)6g)g)g)gX3QOQOOQQg)g)g)g)g)g) HOUSE FURNISHINGS. PAINTS. OILS. TINWARE. AND HARDWARE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 4* *jf» A. HAWKINSON 'We also manufacture the finest line of Candies, Ice Creams, Ices, Etc., at the Head of the Lakes at wholesale and retail. Write or Wire Us for any­ thing in our line. Our Stock is Complete and we aim to save the customer time, and to give him the best at prices competing with anyone handling first-class articles. -?(8» M'kAkSlk Mb. rl? rir *4? *4? *4? JJw W|V CHESTNUT STREET. VIRGINIA. W. W. SEEKINS. JjU Florist and Confectioner .. Grower or Everything in Plants and Cut Flowers. Funeral Designs of Every Description and Wedding Boquets a Specialty. ifi Store 111 IF. Sup. St. Oreenhousbs 9X1 E. 3...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 3 August 1900

j&k* 2 I -WJ5IT WliTM At tlie present time the quantity of wheat which is sent abroad from the I nitetl States and Canada annually is about 250,000.000. Yet this, large as it is, will certainly be more than 'dou­ bled within the next ten years. Sir William Crookes, the distinguish­ ed president of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, writ­ ing recently of the proportion between wheat production and wheat consump­ tion, ventured to name the year a a date when the world's bread-eat­ ers would cry for more wheal than the world's farmers could produce. This may he an overestimate, yet the statis­ tics from which such prophecies are drawn show how very closely the con­ sumer treads upon the heels of the pro­ ducer. and how imperative is the neces­ sity of distributing the crop---.crown perhaps half a world away from the centers of consumption—as soon as it is shaken from the threshers in a mill­ ion fields, in order that every white man shall liave his loaf, and ha...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 3 August 1900

$ «. 1 u- mm* mmUSmK* A LIBERAL BREAK-TP. Formation of a Third Pa'-ty Gen­ erally Considered In­ evitable. London. July *JS.—Almost as remarka­ ble as tile breakdown of long-established social customs before the tropical v.ave i- the break-up of the Liberal party. Wert' a general election far distant the conditions of the Liberal party would be serious, but in view of the fact that the country is face to face with di^olution. the situation of th" opposition seems hopeless. The fonnatie.il of a third par­ ly is generally considered almost inevita­ ble. as the result of the internal dissen­ sions now raging in the Liberal ranks. The imperialists have thrown ott the mas] and demanded control of the party, maintaining that by numbers and influence they are entitled to dictate its policy. In this they are opposed by the "forwards" or anti-imperialist Liberals, with a vigor and bitt"rness that can only lw compared to the acerbity with which the (iladstomans assailed the Lib oral Unionists...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 3 August 1900

""t" 3 IF SO 8 1 mi "''•'A: 'A *r- *%i Pl»ir0« ARE YOU FIGURING 1. ITKsbcm ON PUTTING IN VIRGINIA nw TINWARE, GLASSWARE, •a*Etc., I 1 •V £.' 1. Dew furniture OR Office fixtures? We desire to call your attention to the fact that we carry^and handle everything for the home or office. WE CARRY THE f] Radiant^Home^Stove, $ THE BEST ON EARTH. OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT AND OUR GOODS ARE THE FINEST. AND a®®e®8S3S888tt®8®SaaSae®®8®®aa®S8a®a®S8®®®8©5S8aS85Sa 1 MESABA ART TAILORS. 1 who are located 011 WALNUT STREET, are again prepared to give you a at their usual Low Prices. Every Suit Made by them has a Guarantee attached and the Work­ manship is Unexcelled North of Duluth. Hew Goods, Clothes Clean and Pressed Latest Styles, ON SHORT NOTICE. rnocb 1AJW, rj* Virgmta, Minn. S -~y Vw- v" v- j^y yy yy yy //y- j- BIG DIME I furniture and Undertaking, EVELETH. E. MEHTONEN, Manager. WALNUT STREET, «©©.©©©©.©©©©©© ©©©©©©©©©©©.©.©©©©©•©©©©©©©©©©®®®®®®,» THE aiokioUd Fourth of July IS OVER. In A National ...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 3 August 1900

INTERESTING tlTY teWS NOTES. S. M. Simpson, of Eveleth, suc­ ceeds W. J. Trennaman as operator at the D. M. & N. at this point. Rev. H. W. Harbaugh will conduct divine services at Mountain Iron on Sunday next, morning and evening* C, Schoenleber, of the Mesaba Bot­ tling Works, has been confined to his home the past week by illness. A hot game of base ball is prom­ ised for Sunday at Eveleth, wherein Ely will cross bats with the Eveleth nine. P. W. Scott erects a one story ve­ neer near the former Superior Hotel site, which will be occupied by J. E. Mattaon as a saloou. The Methodist Ladies' Aid met with Mrs. H. S. Wilson on Wednes­ day afternoon. Next Wednesday they will meet with Mrs. J. A. Ken­ nedy. Be sure to bring the children to see the trained ponies and horses which will be seen with the Great Syndicate English-American Shows on August 4th. Jos. Roman's new store building is now ready for the interior finish. Mr. and Mrs. Roman leave Monday next for Chicago, where Mr. R...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 3 August 1900

THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA, MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, Publisher. We see nothing strange about the wall paper trust going to the wall. It is a sign that a man is growing old when he begins to read the death no­ tices regularly in the papers. To anxious inquirer would say that the kissing bug is not related in any wav to the old and familiar kissing bee. Only an ignorant man would ever be lieve that the letters I). A. R. are the first syllable of the name "Darters of the Revolution." where a man with se\en wives would feel reasonably safe Vertical writing may be onl.v a fad. :is the New York school directors say. but it is plain nad legible and easily learned, and the other style of writing generally isn't. Count von Zeppelin has invented an airship which will fly. As it is 40(1 feet long and will bear the weight of only live passengers the railway lines are not preparing 10 quit business just vol. Somebody writes to an exchange: Please explain the uses of tlie blue, red and black ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 3 August 1900

V/I1EN WEBSTER DAVIS SPOKE. Then up rose Webster Davis, And notified to the roars. Ami gave his helpless hearers IIis lecture on ihe Boers. Then he sang-to "Old Hundred"' In pinirtthe melody: AViiiinm .Ivan J.rennmgs Is the candidate for lue. "No. no: I don't mean Hreuuings— I suffer from the heat— r.ut Weuning Brilliains Jyau— I'll save him from defeat. "For with liim as our leader Our march shall never pause. Mai!! .JiNiam liryning Wennaus And his see l'riher cause. "Hurrah for Oom Kraul l'uger, 'Who has our sympathy. And Willing .lyiiain Krennans, W\ho'll march to victory." As on and on he rambled. The delegates would screech: "It stems that Dehster Wavis 1111 kopjes iu his speech." —Baltimore American. Scenes and Incidents of Every Jay Life in the Paris of America. J* GOLF. Coif is "putting" on the "green?" No keen observer hugs 1'elusion such as this. He knows Golf's putting on the lugs. —Philadelphia Bulletin. Narragansett Pier has the prospect of an out-of-door performance of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 3 August 1900

& .»£= COAL S Win Zhc ZLailoreb flfoan tL ^Frcc Lunch Day and Night* FINE LINE OF The Only Mug Saloon in The City. WHEELER & WILSON NO* 9 BALL UEARING SEWING MACHINE EASY RUNNING,QUIET RAPID AND DURABLE. It will pay you to see a WHEELER & WILSON before you buy. write for Prices and Circulars* AGENTS WANTED IN ALL UNOCCUPIED TERRI­ TORY. Wheeler & Wilson Mfg. Co., 82 & 80 Wabash Ave., CHICAGO, IIJ,. Has an appearance his ready-made brother cannot attain. You'll note it in all the Fashionable Men who have their & Tailoring done "by IDolmer, First Doer East of Virginia Cash Grocery, Virginia, Minn. Croy Steam Laundry, J. J, BOOTH, PROP. FAMILY WASHINGS A SPECIALTY. PRICES RIGHT. •St JOHN O'CONNOR Carries the Finest Line of EjJspior ioar His Sample Room is Neat and First Class in Every Respect, And He Invites Your Patron aire. Bottle Trade a Specialty. Herman Krause. EATON'S DRAY LINE Wines, Liquors and Cigars. No. 50 8 00 am 8 17 am 8 40 ain 9 10 am 0 55 am 10')...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 10 August 1900

VOL. 8. IF SO ifi \l/ v/ ito $ \i 5/ #5 THE Hre you Building?* we desire to figure with you on your Hardware and Furnishing Bill, believing it will be advantageous to both, *4* jf* A. HAWKINSON, We also manufacture the finest line of Candies, Ice Creams, Ices, Etc., at the Head of the Lakes at wholesale and retail. Write or Wire Us lor any- thing in our line. ili *f? 4* 4? ij rfr rib rl FURNISHINGS. PAINTS. OILS. TINWARE. AND HARDWARE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* Our Stock is Complete and we aim to save the customer time, and to give him the best at prices competing with anyone handling first-class articles. wfoiW rlr *jr rt? rjr fjf tjf HOUSE CHESTNUT STREET, VIRGINIA. W W. SEEKINS, Florist and Confectioner .. Grower or Everything in Plants and Cut Flowers. jg Funeral Designs of Every Description and Wedding Boquets a Specialty. Store 117 W. Sup. St. Greenhousbs 921 E. 3rd St. fft DULUTH, MINX. W. B. PRATT & CO. The Old Reliable Dealers In STAPLE. GROCERIES. FANCY. A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 10 August 1900

-I: Vt?m- -^x-wamnwr The Mormons in great numbers are fcetiling in Northern Mexico and are growing prosperous ill the colonies which they have planted. There are now nearly .".000 of them in Northern Sonora and Northwestern Chihuahua. There is steady slream of immigra­ tion from 1'tah and the coh)nies are ij»itII\ increasing in popnlation. The Mormons are going into the Mexican re t•!»Iie a« rapidly as farm lands can be secured for ihem. They are an ag ii'i:! nral people and occupy only the valleys where irrigation is possible, 'i he enact :nenr of laws in the United S^v!« -"Sal Stales m-ssas: tWImSm TVI'R'AL AlOI',K llOt'SK. against polygamy •brought the lirst Mormon inmiigraiion to Mexico. When plural marriage was prononnced illegal there were many Mormons who pii'ferr m! to leave l:tah rather than surrender any of their religions princi­ ples or relinquish any of their wives. Mexico appeared to them an inviting country in which to settle, provided they could procure the assurance...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 10 August 1900

The Mormons in great numbers are settling in Northern Mexico and, are growing prosperous in the colonies which they have planted. There are now nearly 5.000 of them in Northern Sonora ami Northwestern Chihuahua. There is a steady stream of -immigra­ tion from Utah and the colonies are rapidly increasing in population. The Mormons' are going into the 'Mexican republic* as rapidly'as farm lands can be secured for ihem. They are an ag­ ricultural people and occupy only the valleys where irrigatipn is possible. The enactment of laws in the United r- Hi1 TT Z'. il S\ Stales iirst TVl'ICAL A 10 UK IIOI'SK. against polygamy-brought the Mormon/iminig-ratjon^to Mexico. When plural marriage itf pronounced illegal there were many Mormons who preferred to leave Utah rather than surrender any of their religious princi­ ples or relinquish any of their wives. Mexico appeared to them an inviting country in which to settle, provided they could procure the assurances they needed from the Mexican gove...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 10 August 1900

O UJ a :n 1 i11 The Mormons in great numbers aro ^'•tiling in Northern Mexico ami aro growing prosperous in tho colonics which they have planted. There aro !'vv in arly runn of them in Northern '!:. ild N O I 11 S i'll 11 iii a 1 a. there is a steady sir-am of iinmigra i•!'. fro 1'tah ami the colonics are •'a :di\ increasing in population. The are going into the Mexican i• a- rap'. !ly a- farm lands can r•1 !'.ii' h"in. They arc an ag .•om!c ami ip'cupy only the irrigation is possible. law in the I" iii cd I I A t. A Do I 1 si:. against, polygamy brought the tir-. Mormon immigration to Mexico. Wh j»I it :i 1 marriage was pronounced I!, gal there w.'i'c many Mormons who in leave I'tah rather than id.any of their religious princi :m w!' re!im]•:is!i any of their wives. appeared to them an inviting i11i11:• in whicli to settle, provided they could pro*aire the assui'ancos they ii"'"!eil from the Mexican government, i'ln- .-Haul!" of ('hihuahua and Soiiora •being similar to thai of I'ta...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 10 August 1900

1 1 •*W|a RUSSIAN DISLIKE OF TUNNELS. Kemarkablc State'mcnt by an Ameri­ can Railway Inspector. 1 There are, naturally, a number of sweeping tiirvcjs through the Urals, but all tunneling has been avoided. The writer did not see a single tunnel in the Ural range. It is a remarkable faet that during thq trans-Siberian railway inspec­ tion the writer did not observe a t.unnpl anywhere and, eyen after continuing the inspection right into the heart of Rus­ sia, ab.out 2000 miles more ot' line had been covered before he saw the first? tun­ nel, This was neai- T]yla, noi far from tne illustrious Tolstoi's home: and it was while responding to a prearanged invita­ tion from le grand Itnsse, that the writer *ame across this,- the first tunnel noted, after t»000 smiles of overland, railway in­ spection. Kussian railway engineer would soon­ er blow np a small mountain than make a tunnel, leaving a yawning chasm be­ tween the rocks, with two "streaks of rust" at the bottom thereof as a souvenir ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 10 August 1900

HMW 4 /£after jui s(per ¥V- RUSSI ANi DISLIKE OF TUNNELS. Remarkable Statetiient b'y hn Ameri­ can Railway Inspector. There are, naturally, a number of swiping Hu*ves through the Urals, but all tunneling has been avoided. The writer did not see a single tunnel in tho Ural range.^ It is a jcepiarkable fafc't'tHit during, thqti^ns-Siberian-railway inspec­ tion the writer did not observe a anywhere andj eyen, after continuing the inspection right into the heart of Rns s^b.out 2000'.miles' more of line had* been covered before he saw the first* tun iieLt» This was neai^Tyla, not far from tnt? illustrious TOTsfoi's home and 'it!'was while responding to a prearanged invita­ tion from le grand Russe, that the writer came across this,- the first &unnel notedv' tiOQ&qmiles of overla$4k, railway in spectioai.'--^ W r' Russian railway engineer woulduftoon-1 or blow up a small mountain than make a tunftri losing a yawning chasm be­ tween the rocks, with two "streams jf lust" at the bott...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 10 August 1900

RUSSIAN DISLIKE OF TUNNELS. Kemarkuhlc Statement by nn Ameri­ can Kaihvay Inspector. Thorp nre, naturally, a number of sweeping curves through the T'rais, but all unnolinjf has been avoided. The writer did not sec a sinirlo tunnel in the l'ral raufre. It is a roniarkable facr thai during the trans-Siberian railway inspec ion the writer did not observe a tunnel anywhere and even after conlinuin.u the inspection ripht into the heart of Rus­ sia, about 12000 miles more of lino had been covered before he saw the firs tun­ nel. This was near Ty1a, not far from the illustrious Tolstoi's home: and if was while responding to a prearanged invita­ tion from le grand Kusse. that the writer came across this, the tirst tunnel noted, alter 15000 miles of overland railway in­ spection. Russian railway engineer would soon­ er blow up a small mountain than make a lunnel, leaving a yawning chasm be iwcn the rocks, with two "streaks of rust" at the bottom thereof as a souvenir of his activity. Or. if ...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 10 August 1900

•—•«—agftsa ARE" VOL/ FIGURING 1. meskm Prices Low Ml ON PUTTING IN new furniture OR 3K Office fixtures? IF SO We desire to call your attention to the fact that we carry and handle everything for the home or office. WE CARRY THE Radiant«^Home«^Stove, THE BEST ON EARTH. OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT AND OUR GOODS ARE THE FINEST. VIRGINIA AND ZS&QCSM#, E' who are located on WALNUT STREET, are again prepared to give you a at their usual Low Prices. Every Suit Made by them has a Guarantee attached and the Work- S manship is Unexcelled North of Duluth. New Goods, Clothes Clean and Pressed Latest Styles, inuca xajw, Virginia, Minn. A furniture and Undertaking, EVELETH. ON SHORT NOTICE. ^KHTONEN, Manager. WALNUT STREET, THE GLORIOUS Fourth of July IS OVER. In A National Term This is so and the great day has come to a pleasant end, but at W. D. BE SLOWS BIG DIME STORE you will find the Proprietor still celebrating over the steadily increasing trade ever since the day he opened his store* FULL AN...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 10 August 1900

E\ a THE OI.O INTERESTING CITY NEWS NOTES. The Virginia Fire Department will open the new Fay Opera House with one of their enjoyable dances, wJien complete. The Ladies' Guild of the Episco­ pal Church tendered a very pleasant and successful lawn social ait the rectory, on Lake Boulevard, las* ev- The Bloom Dry Goods Cou have leased one of the elegant new store rooms in the Opera House block, where they areaaow open and ready for business. The garnishee case of the W.. T. Bailey Lumber company against Capi. A. H. Stevens is on before Judge Nelson and a jury in Munici­ pal Court today. J. IS. Conners has resigned his po­ sition as bar-tender at Kd Finch's popular place, leaving Friday for Duluth. Chris Johnson succeeds him as chief mixologist. 4 To those who drink whisky for pleasure, Harper whisky adds zest to existence. To those who drink whisky for health's sake. Harper whisky makes life worth living. Sold by T. A. Clark, Virginia. How about it? If you need dental work of any kind...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 10 August 1900

an's THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA. MINN- W. E. HANNAFORD, lie wore Publisher. Nobody will dispute Minister "Wit's elec laratiem that Chinese nietheds arc dif fcrent from ours. Xii, Li Ilung Chang will not figure in history as "the great Hung." Ho will figure in history as the great unhung. The verdict in the Jester ease shows how hard it is to convict a man of a capital crime when the evidence is pure­ ly circumstantial. If the Sultan were committed to the policy of paying his just debts, he wouldn't have so much ready cash for the purchase of Krupp guns. In putting down the insurrection in Colombia, the government of that repub­ lic lias simply paved the way for another rebellion. Jovernmental infelicity is hrt'uic in Central America. The Kent ucky distillers who are to meet at an early day to discuss a proposition to limit the output of whisky can get some pointers of value from the Wom­ Christian Temperance t'nion. The The Zionists who were dipped in billet­ ing at Mansfield....

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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