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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 10 May 1895

ll 1k:- £5. m- VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA, MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, Publisher. CURIOUS CONDENSATIONS. —It has bwa computed that in Great Rritain there ar« 2,(KR),(HR) dog owners and 20,000 exhibitors and breeders of dogs. —Venezuela has an enormous terri­ tory. claiming tK£&00Q square milm of area. It is about as large as Alaska and Arizona. .5 —Florida. Georgia. Illinois, Iowa, Michiguu and Wisconsin are nearly etiual in area, betweeu 55,000 and 00,000 square miles. —Sou they quotes from Bateliellor'a Bedfordshire that in a week a single pair of sparrows will carry &UU) caterpillars to their young. —Pope Herbert's-death is said to have been accurately predicted by a brazen statue: or, as some authors say, "a talk­ ing head of brass." —Mexico's first international exjvosition will OJHMI April 2, 180(i, and continue for six months or so. An authorized lottery is one of its features. The city built by Brutus, the semi mythical discoverer of Great Britain, on the site of the pr...

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. — 10 May 1895

i- Mr. iS E. Vargason, of Jv ", 'X\ King liear, Driven Forth Into the cold and tain, had no ttostettpr'a Stomach Hitters to counteract their effect. Patt, tlife modern, traveler la iuclement weather bank Its hurtful tttttaeuce with this kpuSican proteotoh Chills and ftVeK i'beit- a ii W a a re or til's jvdtbang Wcrtlcfnal stliuulattMttd Safe feuah1. ,Take awiuoglassful iiiluifc(uattiy~be- I Exposure. Usi- lt. tdo, for dy3- popsirii blllbnsbeaa and constipautifl. Bridging tho Dardanelles Aa iron railroad bridge is td iJilati the Dardhhollbs aiid connect Eufope with Asia. It will rest an eight enormous piers, and be nearly 250 feet above the water, so as to allow «htps of every de­ scription to pass freely. It will be be­ gun next summer and tho estimater put the cost at $15,000,000. A French com­ pany undertakes the project MEN REA& Gchrasrc's $1,000,000 Core flfr Rheu­ matism, Somo Michigan rfefererices for '•Sehrnge's $1,000,000 Rheumatic Cure:" George II. Higss, 220 Washittgti...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 10 May 1895

Go To METCALF A DAY. DENTISTS, Palnles Extraction of Teeth by Our Process. THE MESABA Teat Co., :£a\e the best market and carry the best and largest stock of rash & Salt Meats ol nil kinds of any firm on tho entire ::inge. Buy your meats of them! itnut Street. Virginia, Minn. *s4' BUILDERS. Intimates Furnished on All Kinds of Buildings. *ns and Specifications Furnished •at Moderate Prices. ~c i'iijore East of Opera Ilousa, Chestnut Street., Virginia, Minn. oiler, Pump and Hoist vh. to. FAIR STORE, tin Costing, VSUBAjVCE. and ~\1L ESTATE ots for Sale on Easy onthly Payments. Lots Bought and Sold On Commission. Virginia. Minn tty & Sibbald, ONTRACTORS AND MERCHANDISE. Groceries and Provisions, Boots and Shoes. Dry Goods and Notions— Men's and Ladies' Furnishing Goods. A Complete Line O 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 Hardware, Tinware, Crockery, Flour, Feed, Hay and Oats.- l5f~Good Goods and Low Prices. Call and See Us H. MARTIN, PROP., -MJ-js BLOCK, DULUTH. MINN. '•.: finest Dental Work, at ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 17 May 1895

5 ii" 1 $ r-i VOL. 3. MMMMM Chestnut Street, Prescott & Mars COMPANY, *r .AGKNTSFOR. T. L. BLOOD & CO.'S Northwestern Brand Mixed Paints, A Full and Complete Stoek. Wlaits X_«©£tl, Linseed Oil* rata Furn THE. A Turp entine, "V arnislies, Colors in Oil Dry Colora, Paint Brushes. Call and Se6 Our Assortment. We are now prepared to furnish the People of Virginia and Vicinity "with of a# aWlP* J! From the Very Cheapest to the Most Elaborate. Call in and get our prices before buying Elsewhere. PICTURE FRAMES MADE TO ORDER. UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING IN ALL BRANCHES EF" Calls answered Day and Night. gFI VIRGINIA. MINN. "LIVE AND LET STORE." tm,mt Staple and Fancy Groceries, and Provisions. MMU VIRGINIA, MINN. ATVR D. M* MOUSERy PROPRIETOR, We are receiving DAILY by express shipments of GREENS, VEGETABLES. FRUITS, ETC. Give Me A Trial Order. As Cheap as the Cheapest. Produce, Confec­ tionery, Cigars, and Tobaccos. gw NEWS FROM THE IRON VINES. IXTKBESTISQ SOTB8 It XL ATX rJ! TO OUR P...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 17 May 1895

JP- I K-xfpS* VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE' VIRGINIA, MJNN. W. E. HANNAFORD, Publisher. CURIOUS CONDENSATIONS. --V'~ .. •—Cotton wjis Iiurolue*Hl '--into -Italy from 5v uuu A. 1). K(k. Wntilhilttt, the Indian name,' signifies llio highest phico. —Arg««m!ua has its*.nnme |pqm tho^sil very rct'evtiou of ^its rivers. •&. —Tho worsted. itftumi'acturora of Eng­ land In'&iu in Norfolk^ 1340, ?•--. —The potato-was tSikwi, to:Spain' Italy by theSpauumlS about' 1525. —Sanity i§ imUjreiiona to South Eu­ rope. It was dtsscvitatl as curly as 147t5. --According to a Cluuese proverb, "there is a tliue to lisli aud a timo to dry nots." —Woolen hats were made in Nurem­ berg. 13U0 the makers were called Fila kitppcniuacltcr. —Uuder Augustus roast pis was iu such demand that laws were passed against eating it. Crunuier limits archbishops to sis' dishes' of meat, bishops to five, lovrer clergy to four. —iliuuble pie was pie made of the "ambles," or entrails, given ouly to the lower servants. —A large l...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 17 May 1895

»v -v '.** V--- fS&xy&C IS 4 V* TO KEEP GUNPOWDER COOL, An Invewtioa Which will be a Bltulng to Powder Magaalnes. A pumice insulator substance has been subjected to & severe teat Inthocenter ot a sheet-iron case, 2. feet 10 inches square, was placed a smaller case of the same material containing ,a gtassl Jjf water, quantity of gunpowder, the deed of the patent and., a thermometer, the space between the cases being packed ith 12 inches of the insulating material. The whole was then subjected to an in­ tense heat for three hours, at the end of which time, though the outer case had suffered severely, jthe inner one was found ntiivly uninjured, not a smell of fire haf injr reached the contents. From 68 de giws the thermometer had risen to 80 degrees, while applied to the insulating fcubstance half way through the thermome­ ter rejjisteied 150 degrees, and within two inches of the inner case it recorded i:»o degrees. lu powder magazines the in­ vention should prove of great ...

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. — 17 May 1895

astki Hi 7o To TML t*icss=32 A Complete Line of Hardware, Tinware, Crockery, Feed, Hay and Oats- DRNTISTS. Meat Go Have the best market and carry tha best and largest stock of Fresh & Salt Meats of all kinds of any firm on the entire range. Buy your meats of them! Chostnut Stroet. Virginia, Minn. John Costing INSURANCE. and REAL ESTATE Lots for Sale on Easy Monthly Payments. Lots Bought and Sold on Commission Virginia. Minn Beatty & Sibbald, nowElSn. contractors AND BUILDERS. Estimates Furnished on All Kinds of Buildings. Plans and Specifications Furnished at Moderate Prices. Two Doors East of Opera Houss, Chestnut Streot., Virginia, Minn. Boiler, Pump and Hoist For Sale! S. F. Snively, 402 First Nat­ ional Bank building, Du lutli, has for sale, a BOILER PUMP AND HOIST locat­ ed at MOUNTAIN IRON and will sell same Cheap. JOHN STAUBER, Fins* Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Finest Sample Boom in the City Chestnut Street, Virginia. John Taylor, Practical HOUSE AND MACHINERY Mover! A...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 17 May 1895

4 Seeret Societies. Northern Light Lodge No, 127, K: of p. Reguluar meetings, Wednesday nights. JOHN CO»IR. JR., C. C. W.E. HANNArORD. K. OFR.fcS. K. O. T. M. Regular Review of Mesaba Range Lodge, No. 14, K. Q. T. M., at O'Connor's Hall, every Monday evening at 8:00 o'clock. Visiting members cordially invited. J. B. Orr, Com., W. H. Eaton, R. K. Mesaba Lodge, No. 222, Ll. O. O. F.2J Meets Every Thursday Evening in K. of P. Hall. M. C. PALMER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office over Jackson & Co.'s Store,, Chest uut Street, Virginia. Minnesota. L. MpNEEL, Attorney at Law, •j" collections Given Prompt Attention. Calderwood Block, Vlririnia. Minn. Vol. 3. Virginia, Minn., Friday, flay 17,. 1895. Stuart Bates, N. G., 8. A. Love, R. S. North Pole Lodge, No. 28, & of A. Meets Every Tuesday Evening, at O'Connor's Hall. E. E. Burley, Pres., Hennins Erickson. Sec'y. Attomrna J. D. TAYLOR, 1^- LAWYER, Collections Promptly Attended to -. Bank Hlock, Virginia. W. H. SMALLW00D, Ex-Register U. 8. La...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 17 May 1895

CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. [OFFICIAL.] At a meeting of the" newly elected council of the City-of Virginia heldlii- the council rooms on Tuesday evening, April 9th, 1896, at 8:00 o'clock. •••-,- Present: Robert McGrner, Mayor Alder­ men Z.K. Brown, W.'B. Pratt, Solomon Sax, Gust Johnson, W. P. Mars, J. F. Wilkins, John Byrne, Ghas. A. Lundstrom Recorder, E. S. Smith. It Tfras moved by .Alderman Brown and sup­ ported by Alderman Pratt that W.JP. Mars be elected president of the council. Motion car­ ried1 and Mr. Mars was declared duly elected as president of the common council. J. It was moved by AldermaQ" Pratt and sup­ ported by Alderman Byrne that Gust John­ son be elected vice president. Motion pre­ vailed and Mr. Johnson was declare 1 duly elected,vice-president for the ensuing year. The recorder then read the applications for city Clilef of Police, there being but two ap­ plicants for the office, namely A. D. Brown and Charles A Morrison. On motion it was ordered to elect said' c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 24 May 1895

VOL. 3. ft Chestnut street. IM it THE. Staple and Fancy Groceries, and Provisions. Prescott & Mars COMPANY, ..AGKXTS FOR T. L. BLOOD & CO.'S Northwestern Brand Mixed Paints, A Full and Complete Stoek. Wliite Lead, Ijinseed Oil, "V armsh.es, Colors in Oil Dry Colors, Faint Srualies. Call and See Our Assortment. r- We are now prepared to furnish the People of Virginia and Vicinity with From the Very Cheapest to the Most Elaborate. Call in aod get our prices before buying Elsewhere. PICTURE FRAMES MADE TO ORDER. UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING IN ALL BRANCHES EW Calls answered Day and Night. .Jgfl VIRGINIA. MINN. "LIVE AND LET LIVE STORE," •««i ,ii gin. mam* tm *mmm VIRGINIA, MINN. D. M. MOUSER, PROPRIETOR, We are receiving DAILY by express shipments of GREENS, VEGETABLES. FRUITS, ETC. Give Me A Trial Order. As Cheap as the Cheapest. Produce, Confec­ tionery, Cigars, and Tobaccos. uo i-.i.'"••W- NEWS FROM THE IRON MINES. INTERESTING NOTES RELATIVE TO OVR PRINCIPAL INDUSTRY. Metaba tt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 24 May 1895

VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA. MINN. W. E. NANNAFORD, Publisher. CURIOUS CONDENSATIONS. —Morocco-has always-Wen "the land of the Moors." —threat iiritain pays 100,(KM),000 a year for ini|orted foods. Roiled alligator lhvdi tastes much like veal, and is much eaten in India. —The Washington monument in Balti­ more, erected in 1820, is disintegrating with age. Since the Zulu war of 1880 British standards have not been taken into the Held. —Vinegar is mentioned in the Egyptian records as a medicine, in the Tenth cen­ tury. li. C. Rochester. N. Y., covers l'J.000 acres of land. ha ."lo.lioO buildiugs and a popu­ lation of ir»2,0tK. -It is eiaiined that fully 110,000,000 aertv of American land are oWned by great landowners in England and Scot­ land. .Japan has one of the best engineering schools in the world, and in beginniug to manufacture creditable electrical ma cltinery. (las fnuu petroleum is very exten­ sively made and used in Russia, Austria and many parts of Germany. -The i.iuuber ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 24 May 1895

SAVED FROM NICOTINE little Charley Fogleman Used bacco Since P»byhood| ai^i Hia i( ther Smoked and Chewed for Past Twenty Years—Both 8et Free kt Asheville, N. C. "Ia that t£ue?" asked the News mau at Pelham's Pharmacy, as he laid down a letter in the presence of a dozen inter­ ested customers. "Yes, it is. It was written here on one of our letter heads, and ^igned hy J. C. Fogleman," promptly' answered the pro­ prietor. "You know him. don't you?" . "Certainly he lives at No. 5 Buxton street. We all know Fogleman is a maii of his word." "I am -glad to hear it. There are so mauy misleading statements published nowadays that when this came in this morning's mail I came right over to ask you about it. I read the fetter three times, but you read it, and you will agree with me that it is nlmost too good to be true." This is what the letter said: "Office of Pelham's Pharmacy, 24 Pat ton avenue, Ashevilfe, .j?: C., Sept. 12, 1SS4. lientlemen—My iiiftle boy,' riaw' 8 years, began chewing tob...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 24 May 1895

IMETCALF & DAY. 4flHb DENTISTS. COLUMBUS BLOCK, DULUTH. MINN. The finest Dental Work, at Reasonable Prices. a Specialty. Gold, Amalgam and Al­ lay Fillings. Gold and Porcelain Crowns and Bridges. Gold, Aluminum and Rubber Plates. Palnles Extraction of Teeth by Our New Process. THE MESABA Meat Co., Have the best market and carry the best and largest stock of Fresh & Salt Meats of all kinds of any firm on the entire range. Bay your meats of them! Chestnut Street. Virginia, Minn John Costin INSURANCE. ancl REAL ESTATE BUILDERS. Estimates Furnished on All Kinds of Buildings. Plans and Specifications Furnished at Moderate Prices. Two Doors East of Opera House, Chestnut Street., Virginia, Minn. Boiler, Pump and Hoist FAIR STORE, GENERAL MERCHANDISE, Groceries and Provisions, Boots and Shoes. Dry Goods and Notions Men's and Ladies' Furnishing Goods. A Complete Line of O Hardware, Tinware, Crockery, Flour, Feed, Hay and Oats»- £3ir°Good Goods and Low Prices. Call and See Us- M, H, M...

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. — 31 May 1895

VOL. 3. Presoolt Chestnut Street, 4 3 Prescott & Mars COMPANY, AGENTS FOR, T. L. BLOOD & CO.'S Northwestern Brand Mixed Paints, A Full and Complete Stoek. Wliite Lead, Colors in Oil ID 1-37- Colors, Paint Bru.sl3.es, Call and See Our Assortment. Virginia Furniture Company, We are now prepared to furnish the People of Virginia and Vicinity with From the Very Cheapest to the Most Elaborate. Call in and get our prices before buying Elsewhere. PICTURE FRAMES MADE TO ORDER- UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING IN ALL BRANCHES tSf Calls answered Day and Night. £Ff VIRGINIA. MINN. guiiuiuiiiuimuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuumiiuuiumuiiuiuummumiiiiimimiiuuu We Do Not Want The Earth With a —Wire Fence Around It! We have no Boots, Shoes, clothing or Hardware to offer but we carry the Best and Freshest GROCERY STOCK for the lowest money on the Mesaba range. A com plete line of Confectionery. Fine Tobacco, Cigars, Stationery, Toilet Soaps. Etc. Village, Town, county or mining company's orders accepted same as ...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 31 May 1895

V* rl^ J% Ust- THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA, MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, PuWWwr. CURIOUS CONDENSATIONS. —The garter was first woru by men. During tho Sixteenth century it reached the dimensions of a large scarf nrouuit the log. —Spectacles were worn only by people of means in the Sixteenth century, as they cost not less than $13 a pair, and the larger the lenses ami heavier the rims the more they were sought after., —The phrase "alinightly dollar" was. first used, as far as known, by Washing, ton Irving. It has si nee passed into gen era I employment to indicate the worship of wealth, both in this country and in Kngland. —To "pile on agony" is popularly sup­ posed to be an Americanism. It is, how­ ever, found in one of the letters of Char­ lotte Bronte. and was used in English popular literature before the beginning ot' the present century. —"Crocodile tears" are alluded to by several Latin and Creek authors, it be­ ing a superstition among the ancients that the crocodile.'after- kil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 31 May 1895

'•4 %v.' y^- 1"^ W V I1,* ts: .-,...11 is i^ *&$? A PECULIAR CASE. PHYSICIANS PUZZLED: BY THE EXPERIENCE QF MRS. BOWEN. The Episcopal Hospital Said 81k« Had Consumption* (From the Record, Philadephia, Pa.) Last July the Episcopal Hospital ad­ mitted a woman whose pale and ema­ ciated face and racking cough proclaim­ ed her the victim of consumption. She* K»ve her name as Mrs. Sallie G. Bowen, wife of Win. Q. Bowen, residence, 181U Meighan street, Philadelphia. The case was diagnosed and she was told plainly that she was in an advanced stage of consumption. The examining physician oven showed her the sunken place in her breast where the cavity in ,her lung was supposed 'to exist. She- went hoina-to her family a broken, disheartened Woman with death staring herihthefRce. That was the beginning of the story the end was told by Mrs. BotteiJi who no longer expects to die, to a reporter who visited her home. "The first symptoms of consumption came in the form of terrible sWeats(both i...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 31 May 1895

Go To The GENERAL A Complete Line liilAAit DENTISTS. COLCMBCS BLOCK, DULUTH. MINN. The finest Dental Work, at Reasonable Prices, :I Specialty. Gold, Amalgam and Al­ lay Fillings. Gold and Porcelain Crowns INS VJRA NCE. ancl REAL ESTATE and Sold on Commission. Virginia, Minn Deafly & Sibbald. pzoxnnaR CONTRACTORS AKD BUILDERS. Estimates Furnished on All Kinds of Buildings. Plans and Specifications Furnished at Moderate Prices. Two Doors East of Opera Housa, Chestnut 8treet., Virginia, Minn. Boiler, Pomp and Hoist -For Sale! S. F. Snively, 402 First Nat­ ional Bank building, Du- luth, has for sale, a BOILER PUMP AND HOIST locat­ ed at MOUNTAIN IRON and will sell same Cheap. JOHN STAUBER, Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars.— Finest Sample Room In the City.... Chestnut Street, Virginia. John Taylor, Practical HOUSE AND MACHINERY Mover! All work done at Reasonable Price and in good shape. Docs all contract work for Heavy Moving of All Kinds. jSM -Virginig, Minnesota Chas. A. Morrison, Ma...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 31 May 1895

Railroads ^he Duluth & Iron Range Railro&<* Company. PA88BNQEgl TIMJS TABLK. (In effect Jan 23rd.l805.) HORTH BQDND, Lv, DHluth. .3:15pm. Two Harbors Ar .4:15 Allan Junction 6:00 Biwabik 6:40 McKinlev 6:68 Ar Virginia.... 7 30 Allan Junction 6:00 Tower 7:0o Ely— 7:60 80UTH BOUND. Duluth t2:00 am Two Harbors 10:55 Allan Junction.. ,. is Biwabik A: 8:35 Lv Virginia 8:00 I?"®r 8:20 Ely 7.30 Virginia. 3:00 Biwabik..... 4.^ Alien Junction 5 00 -aily except Sunday A-. H. VBILE. (ieni'l Pass. Agwnt. Duluth, Missabe & Northern Railroad. Paesanger Time Table. In Effect Feb. 4th, 1896. a. no. p. 7:4S Lv .Duluth Ar 3:3 10:4! Ar ..Virginia. Lv 12:40 0aiiy Except Sunday. For rates and information call on S. A. LOVE. Agent 1 Duluth, South c* ore and Atlantie Rai "ay. Direot Line East. Bast Bounds West Boudd. 4.45 am 1.0Q pm 1086 pm 18,16 am •.66 am .Ar .Lv 10.06 am 18.30 pm 7 30 am 10.25 pm 6.00 pm 10,16 pm 9.10 pm 9.00 am 6.26 pm Ar. Marquette..., At... Mackinaw City. Arjv..'.Gran...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 31 May 1895

Vol. 3. CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. [OFFICIAL.] At a regular meeting of the common coun­ cil held at the council chamber on Wednes­ day, May 1st, 1895, at 8 o'clock p. m. Council called to order by the president. Boll call: Present—-Aid. Brown, Sax, John­ son, Mars, Wilkins, Byrne, Lundstrom, Pratt. The minutes of the previous meeting read and approved as read. To the honorable mayor and common council—Gentlemen: Tour committee who were appointed to select and rent an office for the city recorder and also to look up a suitable place for the city council to meet would respectfully re To the honorable mayor and common council—Gentlemen: Tour committee.to whom was refer red the matter of delinquent saloon licenses for 1894, would rcspeztfully state we find there are two delinquents: Peter Schipley, to September 1st 148.80 John Stauber, to July 1st 108 And would recommend that the same bj notified by the recorder to pay at once show .caude why they should not pay. or have their licenses r...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 14 June 1895

VOL 3. kMM Chestnut Street, METCALF COMPANY, AGENTS FOR T. L. BLOOD & CO 'S Northwestern Brand Mixed Paints, A Full and Complete Stoek. Wtiite Lead, Turpentine, Varnislies, Colors in Gall and See Our Assortment. We are now prepared to furnish the People of Virginia and Vicinity with From the Very Cheapest to the Most Elaborate. Call in and get our prices before buying Elsewhere. PICTURE FRAMES MADE TO ORDER. UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING IN ALL BRANCHES Calls answered Day and Night. £Ff VIRGINIA. MINN. 6. DAY, D&NTISTB. CouniBDg Block, DULUTH. MINN. The finest Dental Work, at Reasonable Prices, A Specialty. Gold, Amalgam and Al­ lay Fillings. Gold and Porcelain Crowns and Bridges. Gold, Alaminnm and Rubber Plates. Painles Extraction of Teeth by Our New Process. THE MESABA Meat Go., Have the best market and carry the best and largest stock of Fresh & Salt Meats of all kinds of any firm on the entire. range. Bny yoar meats of them! Chestnut Street. Virginia, Hinn VIRGINIA MINN...

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