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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 13 January 1899

VOL. 6. BHllUIIUIIIIKi, Range Agents for GUNS, AMMUNITION and SPORTING GOODS of EVERY DESCRIPTION, TRE GltY NEWS. Dr. Stuart Bates went to Da. lath M. H. Martin was a sufferer .TVoi. the grip for a few days but is again able to be oat. Cant. Chas. Trczona came down from Ely Saturday, re maiiiing over Sunday. A. Hawkiuson can fill your ci :til biu. See him. II. F. Lien has materially im proved his tonsor'ral parlors by Irving new Hoof. John Tiram, a hardy home homesteader from CO-19, was a pleasant business caller at The Enterprise sanctum Wednesday. Headquarters for fancy and aple groceries. Goods de­ livered promptly to all parts of The range. Virginia Cash 'Grocery company. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Lang re joici. ever the arrival of a boy with a deep bass voice, at their home on Wyoming avenue, Tues day morning. Regular services, morning and feVening, will be conducted at the Presbyterian Church Sunday next by Rev. W. H. Harbaugb. We make a specialty of fresh butter and eggs. The finest...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 13 January 1899

#=V THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA, MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, PtiMitMf. eSSSSSS* —The Duke of York has the right to wear fifty uniforms. —Secretary Wilson personally superin­ tends the gardens of his Iowa home. —liosa Bonheur earned her first money ly copying paintiugs of the old masters. —Vice-President Hobart is fond of walking and never rides when he can avoid it. —Senator Baker of Kansas is a con­ tinual smoker, artd is rarely seen without a cigar or pipe. —Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt is a woman in her early thirties, of medium heignt, fair complexion and dark eyes and hair. —Senator Lodge of Massachusetts is regarded as one of the best whist play­ ers in Boston, but his favorite game is chess. —Teach stones find a ready market in New York city, where perfume, flavoring extracts and prussic acid are distilled from the kernels. —John E. Searles, who has signified his intention to retire from active part in the Sugar trust, ascribes his failing health to excessive use of tobacco. —lien...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 13 January 1899

JS-S XW r/1* -We know of nothing better to tear the lining of your throat and lungs. It is better than wet feet to cause bronchitis and pneumonia. Only keep it up long enough and you will succeed in reducing your weight, losing your appetite, bringing on a slow fever and tnaking everything exactly right for the germs of con* sumption. Stop coughing and you will get well. cares coughs of every kind. An ordinary cough disap­ pears in a single night. The racking coughs of bronchitis are soon completely mas­ tered. And, if not too far along, the coughs of con­ sumption are completely cured. Ask your druggist for one of Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Plaster. It will aid the action of the Cherry Pectoral. If you hare any complaint what •T .r and desire the belt medical advice you can possibly obtain, write us freely. You will receive a prompt reply that may bs of great value to you. Address, DR. J. C. AVER, LoTrail, Van. Spain and the Spaniards. It is not true that the Spaniard is nat­ urall...

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. — 13 January 1899

THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE.' if. E. UAS'SAFOtW, EDITOR, •Eolerwl uj the Pott-Office at Virginia, Minn., as seconu uirtsa mail matter. Tetfins, §2 Per Year, in Advance. Official Paper, City of Virginia. KM -iv I 1 Sot tee. Fv\rsons wislifng a'-newa Item, change of "^d." or anything la the Hue Of locals, lii 'pertoJ,» iii pi on so have same in our office by Thursday noon of each week, If convenient, as It saves time and trouble for both parties. We reserve the right tc positively refuse any notice of whatever nature after o'clbfik -p.m. oa ThuwdaV. AT THE PlOXEElI. A large pipe runs around the ^building near the ceiling and 'parses through each locker. There are holes in the pipe, something on the principle of a sprinkler, fend this-pipe ts c6c-: nected with a pump and in case of fix-e the water can be turned tfo and every thing in the lockers HviU be sprinkled. A new Cahall boiler is beins: ""put in at the Pioneer. This •boiler is a stranger in these parts so far as the writer is aware....

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 13 January 1899

e. s?»- Jfe ti' ,.•£ it 1 51' "Vi- -...A- mm THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE. Ifc & 9ii»ujrojtB, jsBcrti. -Entered a* the rost-QiRce at Virgiuta, Mln*., a secona qiatt matt mttlr. Tafias* $2 Per Year, in Advance. r.'Cfty of Virginia. •_ AvtlN, ,~J J.fC*'. ^S .. Ps^hsjmlfthg a'-newa Item,'change of or anything la the line of locals, Iff* ^pited.VHi ptooack hate same in our office by .Thursday noon ot each week, if conYenieut, "ft* it *avws time aud trouble for both parties. Wet«eervo the right to positively refute any notice of whatever nature after* O'clbetc U.m. on Thuwdav. 4* Tins ?io.vm A large pipe runs around the *bailcli&3 "near the ceiling and $3§3es through each locker. There are holes in the pipe, •something on the principle of a 'sprinkler, -fend this'pipe ts ^siwr* feec tell "with a pump and incase of fire :the water can be turned *fh'and every thing in the lockers 'vnllbe sprinkled. -A new ah all boiler is being \ut in at the Pioneer* This toiler is a stranger in these '...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 20 January 1899

r-v. Vv'r Our Line of Tv 177vZ Cooos mad ttiptoSaluUi W. H. tfole came up.from Iu lath Tuesday, to look alter range interests. The Talboys—More telephone line between, this city and Eve leth was formally opened Wed­ nesday M. Manheim, of the People's Store, will close out his stock at auction, commencing tomor­ row evening. Note ad on this page. Get your coal at A. Hawkin son's. for tin, the man who threw the hot watercon Mr. and Mrs. Pakkala, noted in ihese columns Friday last, was on Wednesday bound over to appear on the 27th for 'trial before Judge Nelson, bail bfing placed'at $250. Mr. Pakhiiia is still in a very' bad shape, but his condition is no longer considered dangerous. Frank Campbell, the popular manager of Talboys d£Pampbell's store, is on the- sick list this week, but not seriously ill. All ladies' and childrens* jack­ ets at half price Talboys & Campbell's Capt W. H. Wicks returned last evening from Fergus Falls. Gapt. A. H, Stevens was at Hibbing today. Frantf Sc...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 20 January 1899

I m$3g* If* TBS THIGMIA BHTBRFRISB VtHQINlA, MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, WdBTgtf CURIOUS CONDENSATIONS. ^SSff&£SttSiSZ'*'+ jeCt£l: Robert Lotus Stevenson was born is for- tnority —Thunder is rare at Cairo, being heard i,.!-^8081 on au average only three days in the year. —There are sixteeu British battleships either in course of construction or pro- —At the -S tury the popu 000,000. —Spain has lost about 000 war vessels by battle and wreck since the sixteenth century. —The population of the Soudan is num­ bered at- 3,000,000, nearly all wholly un­ educated. —In the decade 1881 to 1891 four-fifths of the increase .of population in France' was in Paris. 3" 1 —The grave of an unmarried woman in Turkey is ofteuindicated byn rose carved in stone. —There are svid to be fewer suieides among miners than among any other class of workmen. —One of the curiosities of the. isle of Mains in the Indian ocean, is the chapel that is built of coral. —Some elephants can draw fifteen tons, lift ten hund...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 20 January 1899

I.FI-V AL t'-m •W IP 4 IT S?^ Js|S Dura* Colds VktlTthi children ffNijntMd take col^ihtftea hot foot bath, ti bowl of bot 4finkr1* ^ote of Awrt Cherty Pectowlj and (Mit«M» «i bci' Th«. chances arc thty win bo all Hgbktajbe morning. QMK tinuq the Cherry Pectoral a few 4«ys/tttRil all cough has dl*» coughs Iro also cured V. «», coughs,of bran* eUtt^iNil throats and iiriiibii LUN|A.«: STOA TFAE HARD COUGHS or consumption are alway* madefy and frequently curtd by thecotorioucd use of Evsirydoctor knows that wild cheri^bark la the beat remedy known to madlcal science lor soothing and t|e«Un| inflamed throataand lunga. Pmimmm Price centa of all dniggista of B. If. When he had regained his composure he went again to the corner in which his mother sat and heard from her lips the story of her lost boy, Then he told her who he was. Mr. Splane refused absolutely to give any information concerning himself or his address. "I think I shall place my mother in the Catholic home at Harrison and Thro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 20 January 1899

•r% .wt jfcMij-fiitii d££,-wSir... Kou**utthr iv* 8UCOfc* class wins, f£ Per Tear, ifc Adftjifrc*. ,Citj ofYifginit. Kmtat HMMk v*.*«r.»,'wishing 'SKa P**W$ m*» nan, chat** ot ••aa." oyu»y thing Iti UM lint oi l«e*Aa. lit* aertcd,* 111 plooae have same tfconroAot by Thursday am ot **ch week, t# convenient. Mtlfc" ft* bOtk *MtlM. We KS*fn tffht tc positively refuse *nj notice of tifiatevet natam after SoHdoek & fh. Mi Tburadav. a. xfflrro* «w»« tuA v?i It is with that sincere regret born of lasting Headship that we are this W6e1*' called upon to record £R£ tfefeise of one of Vir Mnitf ii^st estimable and exem plairf youn« men, A. Newton -Brown. We deem, it unnecessary for any to indite a panegyric upon the manly ways/the graces, the charitable Gf neighborly acts or of the progressive and honorable spirit lost to the community by his demise* as during the years he has been of anlwith ns he has "ftrHtSn upon every heart his own immortal eulogy, as lasting and imperishable as time o...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 27 January 1899

$ &¥VOL. iK.^Jb* -.f£ TRE swFSfELu t&N! GlTY P, P. Field was in from Eve kth Tuesday. Miss Nellie Griggs spent the Sabbath in Bulutb, the j?nest of BJiss Rebecca Bailey, 'ftturning ta the city Monday. R. H. Chatming, of the Sparta mine, was a Duluth visitor Sun­ day Get your coal at A. HiWkin son*s. ri Snnt. Wallace and G. Vivian, "of al, were in the city yes­ terday morning. F. W. Amsler returned Tues day from Mly, where he hasrbeen pitting in a telephone system for the Oliver company, connect^ ing their various properties. We handle the finest line of groceries in the city. Fresh but­ ter and eggs a specialty. Talboys & Campbell. W. L- Loulan is over from Bi wabik today. Roy Weymouth returned last tevfening from a visit with ..Wis* consin |riends. C' Subscribe for The Enterprise. Senator Hawkin, G. W. Wal­ lace, Jas. A. Loulan and J. G. Vivian were among Fayalitea who spent the Sabbath in the city \p~rti~f Mrs. Frank Logan, who his been visiting her daughter, Mrs. D. S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 27 January 1899

3*£ 4*~ -"H I. 1- .Vz-Oiy s$A-\:''•' j$lvV m- fc' m~:- Is THE YEGffltt BKTBfiPRlSl VIRGINIA. *MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, ,«e MISCELLANEOUS!!! -~Out of every.tbree peraoosstruck by lightning two recover. river time since —Porous glass IsTa reeentlnvention and is said to promise much In tin WW of superior ventitation. i-ff -gtae of the curoislties «ff We fileOf ?fa^ *^e Indian ocean, is the chapel that? is built of coral* 'he finest, purest andvnrost nutri­ tious animal jelly'known Is that ma^te4 IncI en recently -at 1 cent for each Inch of waist measure. —Probahly no actor now on the stage is richer than William H. Crane. He is said to be worth $250,000, and it is all safely invested. —A pair of dwarfs, Charles Morris, a widower, 36 inches in ^height, and Miss Goddard, 36% inches high* were married in Bolton, Eng. —Among birds the swan lives to be the. oldest. in exfremS**cases reaching 1|00 years the falcon has been known to live over 162 years. —A millionaire who died in Boston a few d...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 27 January 1899

^... •yw^- £«•***. Wtfe V^-* Skip •~t-t» ^s?f: v*f tii 5: I I What does It do? It causes the oil glands In the skin to become more active, making the hair soft and glossy, precisely as, nature intended.* ^x~ It cleanses the scalp from dandruff and thus removes one of the great causes of baldness. Ir makes a better circu­ lation in thesc^lp and stops' the hair from coming out* (t Preveits aN it tuts BiMMSS Ayer's Hair Vigor will surely make hair grow on bald heads, provided only there is any life.remov­ ing in the hair bulbs. It restores color to gray or white hair. It does not, do this in a moment* as will a hair dye but in a short time the gray color of age gradually disap­ pears and the darker color of youth takes its place. Would you like a copy of our book on the Hair and Scalp? It is free. If you do not obtain the benefits tpected from the uao of the Vfiror front the uao of-the Doctor atKKittt. lx. -J- it I JEPT inu *1 Send your address on a postal and 2 we will send you Our 15...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 27 January 1899

§W* t' VIRGINIA r. nlHtxAron&t jswrtut. ik» «0»OfliM at Virginia, 9UW&* BHIttAT. ^Tertns, IS Per Year, in Ad?£hoe. 'Official Pa^r.City of Virginia. lut'iTf ^Tiriiire \i •w -'-S VW WW *.y ^raotiA Jft&fag a aewa Hem.^aagefof *$?'or anything la the line of lociM, 1a^ iftfftNLt.iU pleas* have same la oafrwca tiy thumtefr MOB of each weak, '«OU rthe ft 4Stiaveataat, It savwitMka tuid'teo'tibloYor both parties. Wr«is»m th# right tc positively reTnse 'RlAjf notice of whatever nature after o'clock p.'ln. on Tbursdav. 0OUL.M* DXCZjH£Sb STAMItAItV. Tho houfae tftinage. weights *and measures committee Satar day. by a strict party vote, or dcred a favorable report on the ^substitute for Representative -Hili's bill to fix the standard of ""Value in the United 8atat»» and, for other purposes. The bill ^provides in sub&tance that the ^tanda&l of vaTtie in tie United 'States shall be the gold dollar that all contracts existing and in future shall be coioapated on 'the reference ...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 3 February 1899

it 1 ''v* Jj' 4^#t^ SI§ 8®M! Wt rr- ar \1 I' •*1 Mi 4 '2fv£c I W vol. 7. v* *0 «3S w:~?zr+ Range Agents for TRE GlTY NEWS. "U". canto 'tirofler I,yads for tbfr ^Wbath. Louis A. £^b6o, *tafta boiler inspector, wasta ibe tity Toe** dfty We are headquarters lor fancy and ataplte grocerlflfl. VircritiiaCiKih Groft^i^r jo. Mrs. T. H. James i» i^ejiorted as quitg ill. Ole S«rl*ness uccepta .' post*, lion as caipenicr «t the Fayal. J, MandeU a prominent ydacg n»crchan^ of Biwabilr, wasia the city. Tuesday, The ladies of the f^rcsfeyterian church are collecting autographs accompanied by dimes, for &n: autograph quilt, Mr. and "Mrs. N. Pastoret re turnpd Tuesday from a month's vii .i at Mrs* P&storet's former home at St. Cloud. Chas. Will iog, a brother of Mrs. Pastoret, accompanied them upon their re turn. For fancy groceries go toTal boys & Campbell. Stock always new, fresh and clean. E. J. O'Rourke, of the Virgin-, ia Cash Grocpry, made a busi­ ness trip to Elba and McKinley T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 3 February 1899

l^*1 sSaxVii. I si# Si ft 4: Ife THE YIRGKIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA, MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, NUMNr*: •satsassMft A GAIL TO ABMS. States will Respond with Lesions to Defend the, Nation's Honor. :^v~ Washiugton, D, C., April 23,—Presi­ dent McKinley has issued & proclamation calling out 125,000 men to serve two years, unless discharged sooner. The President, while not absolutely de­ cided in the matter, believes a declara­ tion of war should be made. He is likely to so recommend to Congress today or ear­ ly next week. The President's reasons forurging Congress to declare war imme­ diately are, first, that he may avail him­ self freely of services of retired officers s«ond, that Spain by its acts has prac­ tically declared, and, third, that naval of fiowrs may be MggUed unquestionably to pme money foEf jajitures. Shmator*Bigrt«K t^irmat&^^e^CiOmr^ inittee on^fieisnf^latiQtis. some day* ago h«U1 H&n$b (he View op the committee that a declaration #g war should be'made in tmcigpi*...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 3 February 1899

i-' 1 #«. sip'1 Then probably the ktcfafcya^j tim Oh—t? Then probably the lungs. -r Then probably ?h6mnat^^l No natter wtariit is, nor what kind you nee4 have it no longer. It may be an hour, a toy» or a a it el Charry feel its soot ening power. •-V" It quiets coagaltioBt' diiws out' inflaaunttjoa. It is a new plaster. I A new combination of^ftaF remedies. Made after new methods, Entirely unlike any other plaster. The Triumph ofllodern Medical Science. The Perfected Product of years of Patient Toil. Placed over the chest it is a powerful aid to Ayer'a Cherry Pec­ toral i. the treatment of alHbprt and lung affections. Placed over the stomach, it stops nausea and vomitipg 6ver vthe bowels, it controls cramps and colic. Placed over the small of tbe /*lOYe8 *]1 cofigMyoh from the kr«h^ ai£ .rgwit^ strengthens weakness. Fer sale by all Druggists. '*&••'.*& J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell, Mass. MILWAUKEE WIRE & IRON WORKS Care or Children's Mor&Ig^ Until very recently the school c...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 3 February 1899

THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE. 'TCI *. XMN\V,**V*4*» KIFXIUA. tfu l\*t-Offico at Vtrglutsk, Minn., tutfk a* t»«vo{Mt alt)** mtkr. etitititifiMI Term*. 2 Per Yew, In Advance. Onkiat Paper, City of Virginia. :^c-«rr--.rnsxrg-xi—'UMB« 9p**iat iVrsous wishing a news Item, change of "aciv" anything la the line of locala, In* svrtcd. ft ill pleasa have same In our offlc* by Thursday noon of each week. If convenient, as it suvce tlmo and trouble for both part lee. Wo reserve the right to positively refuse any notice of whatever nature at tor 3 o'clock !. m. un Thumdav. rot. i, xo. x. Willi this issue The Enter­ prise enters upon another epoch In its history, and presents to its readers the first number of Vol­ ume 7, and in an anticipative mood we opine that the coming year will be a prosperous one— not for The Enterprise alone, "but tor Virginia. The policy of he paper needs no explanation, as its continous publication by the present editor for six years has certainly given :v, a standing in th...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 3 February 1899

m- -f5 VIRGINIA *m "k iuy)ujv% toiKMt. ^Official Paper, Citj of Viigiik. ». rut 7, We have seen the spirit and •zest of a detirmined people fully exemplified in the upbuilding of a n§w Virginia, commenced ere the ashes of their burned city had ceased to smoulder, and in the grim determination shown at the time of adversity is found commendable evidence of the "energy of our citisens. which is more fully attested by the public and private improvments to be noted upon every hand. D-iring all these years The Enterprise has been accorded a most liberal and encouraging patronage, for wbich we extend our thanks. In future, ar in past, our aim shall be to make of thepaperacorr of our city and an able advocate of aught for the interest of the community, feeling assuredofan equitable patronage /which we shall endeavor to merit and re tain by reliable and satisfactory work in all departments of onr business. ,v ami Mm An BaUtwub mmI The Dulutb, Mississippi River & Northern railroad is bui...

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. — 10 February 1899

VOL 7. 3 liange Agent* for Our Peninsular Line Tuesday next is St. Valentine's day. Loo is Goldish left Saturday for Duiiiih-*od«8t. Paul. Coal tit A. Hawkicson's. 0. G. Miller, of the Duluth Earner & Stationery iompaoy, transacted business in the city Tuesday and "Wednesday. We are headquarters for fancy and staple groceries. Virginia Cash Grocery Co. F. B. Rossom was at Ely the first of tho week, going from that point to Stillwater. A. Ilawkinson can fill your coal bin. See him. Rev. M. O. Stockland, of Eve *eth, will preach and administer the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper at the M.E. Chujch next Sabbath morning at the usual hour of service. There will be tio service in the evening sis Dr. Forbes has requested the pastor to hold services in Eveleth. T. & T. brand coffee will war­ rant a trial. For sale by Talboys & Campbell. J. A. and W. L. Loulan were in from Fayai Monday afternoon. The old Green laboratory has btron 'purchased be C. E. Bailey and was on Monday moved...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 10 February 1899

THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGIN 1A, MINN. W. E. HANNAFORQ, Publlrter. ensations. urious —It takes a crocodile eighty seconds to turn completely round. —The "Welsh coal dispute cost the Mar­ quis of Bute nearly $750,000. —Ianulon has forty restaurants in which only vegetable fowl is served. —The swallow has a larger mouth, in proportion to its size, than any other bird. —The original regiment of Dragoons is saiil to have been organised in England in 1U81. —A "conjuress" in India says she can change from woman to man and back again at will. —At the beginning of 1899 there were 1000 fewer licensed saloons in Chicago than in January, 18S8. --It is stated that about one in eighteeu ot' the population of Paris live on-eharity, with a tendency toward crime. -The eapitol at Hartford, Conn., is to b» closed at uight hereafter iu otder to preveut the clerks from using the offices as bed-chambers. —The Straits of Gibraltar measure twelve miles across modern guns, with which the rock is plentifu...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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