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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 24 August 1900

$ ,o Ks«nM% Scenes and Incidents of Evzryday Life in the Paris of America. J* A dozen or more men and women said thev would meet at a Broadway hotel for .a shirtwaist luncheon. They came, they met other envious and perspiring people, and they conquered. The status of the shirtwaist man was thereby fixed upon a sounder and more enduring basis. After a pleasant welcome and a charming luncheon served in the attractive palm restaurant of the Marlborough it was agreed that the shirtwaist as a hot weather garment should be universally •endorsed as a very comfortable and nec­ essary fashion. The gathering was very informal. The guests dropped in at a group of tables at the Marlborough and discussed not only the shirtwaist, but a dozen other topics of timely interest. Of the women who believe that a sen­ sible summer garment should not be mo­ nopolized by their sex there were Miss Christie Mac-Dona Id, Miss Anna Laugh 1 in. Miss Toby Claude, Miss Allele Far rington, Miss Florence Ashbrook a...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 24 August 1900

GHfclRCH 5 NOTES. Services were held in all of the churches last Sunday, except in the Presbyterian, it being Rev. Har baugh's regular Sunday at Moun­ tain Iron. Although it was one of the hottest days of the season, yet the attendance at all of the services was good. Rev. Mr. Belden expected to have held service at Two Harbors last Sunday, but at the last moment was called to Tower, on account of the sickness and death of Dr. Richard­ son's child. Rev. Mr. Fredrickson, pastor of the Swedish Methodist Church, is absent from the city for several weeks. He has gone east to meet a brother coming from the old coun­ try. and on his return will spend a few weeks in Michigan visiting old friends and attending conference. Last Sunday his pulpit was sup­ plied by the pastor from Two Har­ bors. Rev. Dr. Forbes, of Duluth, one of the most popular preachers and orators of the northwest, will pay Virginia another visit next week. He will preach in the M. E. Church next Thursday evening, August 3...

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 August 1900

VOL. 8. IF so 4& i$* Mk •a* Mk&kMk Mk s. 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. I* THE Are Vou Building?* we desire to figure with you on your Hardware and Furnishing Bill, believing it will be advantageous to both. tfr rt? T|T rlr rj* rt? •J? T|» •J? •j? rf? JJv* rir 4* rlr rf? rf? tf? jjjjjjjjjijjijjjrcTcTcicicicicicijjjjjj^Tj!cic cic cicicicrjrjTjrjr..T3 HOUSE FURNISHINGS, PAINTS. OILS. TINWARE, AND HARDWARE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 4» 4* A. HAWKINSON, Ml 'A* 4-i 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4. 4* 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. CHESTNUT STREET. VIRGINIA. W. W. SEEKINS, Florist and Confectioner Grower or Everything iu Plants and Cut Flowers. jj Funeral Designs of Every Description TTTTTT I and Wedding Boquets a Specialty. Sto...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 31 August 1900

lASS^SUSBBSSffltec ftj* 11 1 Tlio "automobile" of the Californi wheat fields is a wonderful engiiie, used to harvest, the crops upon the im­ mense farms, which in some instances cover thousands of acres. The traction engines used for plowing, cultivating, seeding and harvesting these enormous crops are the largest ever built. They ire of lifty-horse power, with driving Wheels sixty inches in diameter and flanges sixty inches in width. They draw over the fields sixteen ten inch plows, four six-foot harrows, and NOTED RAILWAY MAN CAREER OF THE LATE COLLIS P. HUNTINGTON. t'rent Financier Started in I^ife Pen­ niless and Rose to Be a Multi-Million­ aire—Chiefly Instrumental in Knild in} the Central Pacific Road. The death of Collis P. Huntington, president of the Southern Pacific Rail­ road, which occurred at his camp, Pine Knot Lodge, in the Adirondack moun­ tains, removed one of the most power­ ful figures in railway and financial cir­ cles in this country. Collis P. Hunting tou spran...

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. — 31 August 1900

BALD $ W it out help, a bald spot a I SPOTS spread- in at last your friends say, How bald he is getting." Not easy to cure an old baldness, but easy to stop the first thinning, easy to check the first falling out. Used In time, a ness is a impos 1 with 4 It stops falling, promotes growth, and takes out all dandruff. It $ 1.00 a bottle. All Druggists. I have used your Hair Vigor and am greatly pleased with it. I have only used one bottle of it, and yet my hair has stopped falling out and luis started to grow again nicely." The modern, easy fitting, economical shoes for progressive men are tho W. L. Douglas $3 and $3.50 shoes. Perfect shoes that hold their shape and fit until worn out. Over 1,000,000 satisfied •wearers. stablished in 1876. f^VWliy do yon pay $4 to trA. $ 5 TM E REASON 4 always restores color to faded or gray hair, all the dark, rich color of early life. You may depend upon it every time. It brings health to the hair. Julius Witt, March L'S, 1899. Carova, S. Dale Wrfto...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 31 August 1900

•v- lUSfflBlWl -i, IF SO 8 I ARE YOU FIGURING IL II IMI 00000g)g)000g)g)g)0g)g)g)g)g)ff)g)g)#)g)g)g) OPENING OF NEW TOWNSHIP. Duluth, Minn., Aug. 18,1900. Notice is hereby given that the official plat of survey of Township 151 North of Range 25 West of 5th P. M., will be opened for filing in this office on Thursday, October 11th, 1900, at 9 o'clock a. m., and that on and after said day we will re­ ceive applications for the entry of lands in said township. NOTICE. Hereafter all garbage and kitchen refuse must be placed in barrels in the rear of each lot, near the alley. The city scavenger will empty the barrels at regular intervals. It is urged that all yards and lots be kept clean as possible. ON PUTTING IN i: imv new Turn tu re OR yK Off ce fixtures? We desire to call your attention to the fact that we carry and handle everything for the home or office. si iv: iiifirrniiiiiumiigili WE CARRY THE Radiante^Home^Stove, THE BEST ON EARTH. OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT AND OUR GOODS ARE THE FINE...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 31 August 1900

rjjrjroTJToioioToTjrjrjrjEJij H. J- ON THE- OLD Herman Krause, FftflE LINE OF The Only Mug Saloon in The City. GEORRGE. LOUIS HALVERSOAI. VIRGINIA 3 HARDWARE COMPANY, RELIABLE DEALERS IN SHELF AND HEAVY while a trifle inconvenienced in handling the immense amount of business, are keep­ ing up with the trade in their line and are carrying the choicest things in TINWARE. CUTLERY. STOVES AND RANGES. ever opened on the Mesaba. ^••Building Materials of Every Description is carried by them and it will pay you:to get their prices on everything you will need. We expect to be in our new building shortly, and will then be in position to show an elegant to good advantage. ilOHN O'CONNOR Carries the Finest Line of riryiriririrraoi^iTO^r^Fg] v$)% Lusmar His Sample Boom is Neat and First Class in Every Respect, And He Invites Your Patronage. Bottle Trade a Specialty. 0* .00 .00 .0* .0* .0* .0* .0* .0**0*.0* *00.00 .(*.^.00 J. J. BOOTH, PROP. FAMILY WASHINGS A SPEGIALTY. PR IOCS RIGHT. TEbe ZLaUor...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 31 August 1900

off THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA, MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, Publisher. The international same laws arc in more (lander ol' infraction, now that the allies are gunning for the Empress. Throe convicted lynchers in Texas have been sent to prison on life sentences—to remain until they are quietly pardoned. Women who bang themselves because .hey are jealous of their husbands are pursuing the Chinese course of spiting a neighbor by committing suicide in his back yard. Tesla's discovery that a coating of ice insures absolute insulation will be of lit­ tle economic value, owing to the difficulty attendant upon the freezing of the wires ver long distances. The use batteries of cannon to ward hailstorms from the vineyards in France is carrying war into the clouds, whore "heaven's artillery"' has occupied the aerial range from the beginning of hue. The vaudeville performers who recent­ ly organized a union in New York chose he name "White Rats of America," be '•ause their main purpose is to k...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 31 August 1900

IN GAY NEW YORK. SHIRTWAIST WEDDING. There was a summer girl sedat* •On whom did many lovers? wait. And one was furbelowed and dressed In fancy Timmy Woodruff vest. And one essayed to make a splurge In galluses and coat uf serge. And ono was furnished with a "girt" "To hold his eoatlcsc, colored shirt. The summer girl, a Woman New. Surveyed the whole assiduous crew. Into the arms of one she ran. Because he was tlie Modern Man. Vnd at the altar soon will stand Two shirtwaists, wedded, hand in hand. St. Louis Post Dispatch. BREAK. Oil. BRKAK: The Summer .girl is coming home Already she has started Her father broken in his purse. Her lover broken-hearted. —The Other in Town Topics. To go without stays has become quite a fad among the women at Long Branch this summer. Mrs. Goelet's cotillon will be one of the most beautiful ever given in Newoprt. The favors have been chosen in Paris. Several Stock exchange members have already engaged offices near the Produce exchange for next May, when...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 31 August 1900

"•r»tarwpC8te pfe:- ^y-'fe1 UI-'"W1 ,• RGHDRGH NOTES. C. R. OATEN, Editor. Rev. L. F. Merritt, of Duluth, preached in the Methodist church last evening to a fair congregation. He came to fill the appointment for Rev. Dr. Forbes, who has been con­ fined to his room for a week or more but who is slowly recovering. The Doctor has never entirely recovered from the strain of the General Con­ ference, and this illness is but the result of his overwork when he should have taken rest. A great many were disappointed by the Doctor's absence, but Mr. Merritt preached a fine sermon, which was enjoyed by all. jfc 3|C Rev. Mr. Harbaugh may be seen on the streets these days with a merry twinkle in his eye, (and with­ al, a sprinkling of plaster on his coat,) for they are renovating the interior of his Church home and he is as tickled as a boy with a new horn. Rev. 1,. I. Belden, rector of St. Paul's, spent Tuesday and Wednes­ day at Kveleth, and another day each at Two Harbors and Duluth. 5(: &...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 7 September 1900

VOL. 8. & 4* dk Viz ft 8 Or THE so IF *flre You Building?*! we desire to figure with you on your Hardware and Furnishing Bill, believing it will be advantageous to both. rjr tt? 'j? *1? 4? rj? •J? A. HAWKINSON & 'i' 4* r|r 4* 4* 4» 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4$* i|i i|i 4^ -a* 1l* $ ®®€)0€®€)00€000®€®000®^0®0€®0€€)®®€0000®(^00€,®®0€: FURNISHINGS, PAINTS. OILS, TINWARE, AND HARDWARE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 6QQQQQQ3QO00OO®®®®®®€)®O®®OOOO®O®OO®®O®®OO»OOO® 4& 4* «1? Our Stock is Complete and we aim to zfc save the customer time, and to give Ijjj* him the best at prices competing with anyone handling first-class articles. CHESTNUT STREET, VIRGINIA. O. D. KINNEY, PRES. E. GRIGGS, CASHIER BANK 11 VIRGINIA, General Banking Business. J^ECEIVES DEPOSITS, Issues Foreign and Domestic Ex change. Sea Steamship Tickets and Pay Interest on Time Deposits Bank on Corner of Chestnut Street and Wyoming Avenue VIRGINIA, MINNESOTA. W. B. PRATT & GO. The Old Reliable Dealers In STAPLE. GROCERIES. FANCY....

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 7 September 1900

I Hi Ji vV The thought of founding: an associa- lion that would preserve the friend­ ships and memories of their common trials and dangers among the men who fought, for the Union during the Civil War was conceived by the Rev. Will­ iam J. Rut ledge, of Petersburg, 111., who. during the war, was chaplain of the Fourteenth Illinois Infantry. Chap­ lain llut ledge was the tentmate and intimate friend of Dr. B. F. Stephenson after the latter joined the Fourteenth Uegiment. In IStili. To him ho suggest­ ed his idea, and they agreed to work to got her for the purpose of organizing such an association after the close of he war. After peace had been restored both ere mustered out and returned to their homes. They kept up a lively cor­ respondence, however, and in March, met, by appointment, in Spring tield. 111., to consider the draft of a rit­ ual for the organization which they in­ tended to found. Dr. Stephenson had prepared such a draft and consul led many former officers of the Union a...

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. — 7 September 1900

.V .L 1.11—*!»% NW AWVMR: vd 0 SPINNING WHEEL. THOSE ANARCHISTS. Fourteen Anarchists very far from clean: im took a bath and then then.1 were thir­ teen. Thirteen Anarchists wouldn't tliu" «r delve: One wont to hoeing- then there were but twelve. Twelve liitle Anarchists never thought of heaven: One got good and then thoro were but 'li'ven. 'Levon little Anarchists cooped within a pen: ne blew the gas out-then there were but ten. Ten iittl« Anarchists pausing 'neath a sign One had a nickel—then there weiv but nine. Nine little Anarchists cursiug loud at fate One met a p'liceinan—then there were but eight. 4 Kiglit little Anarchists staying out 'till 'leven: One went to bed and th«i there were but seven. Seven little Anarchists in an awful tix: One stretched a clothes line- then there were but six. Six little Anarchists pleased they were alive One called a doctor- then there were but five. Five little Anarchist's glad there were no more: One skipped the quintette—then there were but ...

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. — 7 September 1900

1! -—11 IF SO 8 irra/r-s. TINWARE, GLASSWARE, «*Etc., ARE YOU FIGURING 4^nmi-)lnririririrrFiriruuci-ni-nnra-)nrrlrIrIr OPENING OF NEW TOWNSHIP. Duluth, Minn., Aug. 18, 1900. Notice is hereby given that the official plat of survey of Township 151 North of Range 25 West of 5th P. M., will be opened for filing in this office on Thursday, October 11th, 1900, at 9 o'clock a. m., and that on and after said day we will re­ ceive applications for the entry of lands in said township. ON PUTTING IN WM. E. CULKIN, Register, J. M. SMITH, Receiver. NOTICE. Hereafter all garbage and kitchen refuse must be placed in barrels in the rear of each lot, near the alley. The city scavenger will empty the barrels at regular intervals. It is urged that all yards and lots be kept clean as possible. J. F. AVERY, M. D., Health Officer. Dew furniture OR yf Officc fixtures? We desire to call your attention to the fact that we carry and handle everything for the home or office. WK CARRY THK v.www Radiante^Home^S...

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. — 7 September 1900

ngjiT? jf I j—~ .# JjC COAL C. PALMER, Attorney at Law. Office in Sullivan Block, Viririnia, Minn *. ARCHITECT. E. F. WARREN AROHTECT. Fire Losses Estimated. Virginia, Minn. A.J. BLIX. Architect. OFFICE: Opposite Virginia Grocery Co., Box 456. VIRGINIA, MINN. P. W. HEALY, Plastering, Brick and Stone Work A Specialty. EVELETH. VIRGINIA. H. D. COWLES, CONTRACTOR FOR Lathing and Shingling. FIRST-CLASS WORK. SUPERIOR HOTEL, VIRGINIA. A. L. McGREGOR, Manufacturer of Carriages, Drays, Wagons and Sleighs. DULTUH, MINN. 526 West First Street. Jin fld. in the Enterprise Brings Good Results. GRAND millinery Opening AT Miss Mayme Rinnert's Millinery Parlors, Friday and Saturday, Sept* 7th and 8th. I have just returned from the markets with the most elegant line of Fall and W inter Hats ever brought to theRange, embracing TRIMMED HATS, and the Latest Novelties in 'W5- .#• ROOSEVELT $ LADYSIITH $ V- ^-^fr HATS and other ISobby Fall Shapes to which your attention is a u. Remember The Dates, Frida...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 7 September 1900

THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA, MiNN. W. E. HANNAFORD, Publisher. Gen. Buller seems to have lost none of his original ability for getting into Boer traps. If the broom corn crop is ruined, as re­ ported, the speculators in brooms will make a clean sweep. Fighting1 near the Temple of Heaven brings extremes together, if war is what (leu. Sherman declared it. Helena's theft of $5000 worth of rod hot amalgam destroys the feeling of safety with which householders have viewed their red-hot stoves. The Gathnmn gun, throwing a shot weighing a ton a distance of fifteen miles, is the latest evidence that the American coast is dangerous, especially in times of war. The highwaymen of Colorado seem to bother with "small change." Two resi­ dents of Denver riding in the suburbs were robbed of $7000 in cash and dia­ monds. From the character of the stories in re­ gard to the Klondike mosquitos, it might be inferred that the insects could be used to supplant the well borer in the oil and gas regio...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 7 September 1900

HAY IW IK. Scenes and Incidents of Everyday Life in the Paris of America. J* AN EXPERIENCE. Met her on llie street today. Took her out to dine. Meet again at N—but. say. Here's "To Her" *a line: TO IIKit. 'Oil! beautiful maid! Oil! beautiful eyes As deeply blue as the summer skies. What rati thy meaning be'.' I wouldst I couldst thy depths explore And pizo in thy deep orbs once more. How touched' I am by thee Mustn't forget to keep that date When this verse is done "Wonder if it's nearly S. Heavens! my watch is gone I-Mgar M. Dilley in Philadelphia Times. "William K. Yanderbilt, Jr., lias made arrangements for his winter resilience in New York. He has just leased from his mother. Mrs. (). It. L\ Belmont, the .handsome house at 77 Fifth avenue. The "bloom" on the peach is popularly supposed to be one of its great charms, jiut down in Park row one may see any day the enterprising Italian pushcart men industriously brushing their peaches with wliisk brooms, it i.s the triumph of anti-d...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 7 September 1900

RGHFCLRGH 5 NOTES. C. R. OATEN, Editor, The congregations at the various churches last Sunday were very fair, considering* the character of the weather. In the evening, just at the hour when church-goers be­ gin to think of getting ready, a drenching shower began and con­ tinued until church time. This no doubt kept a good many home. Ser­ vices were held in the First Metho­ dist, St. Paul's Episcopal, Lutheran and Swedish Methodist Churches. There are certain portions of the city that are practically shut off from the churches on a wet Sunday on account of the delay in the re­ building of the sidewalks for after a rain the streets are not lit for pe­ destrians. It is to be hoped that the City Fathers will soon see their way clear to replace the walks in the burned district. By the way, it may seem strange that so small a thing as the lack of a walk should, in these days of Christian culture, affect anything pertaining to the religious life of a community but then, "trivials de­ term...

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. — 14 September 1900

"V» VOL. 8. IF" SO $ 6k li* id* O. D. KINNEY, PRES. Deposits ft HE *flre You Building?* we desire to figure with you on your Hardware and Furnishing Bill, believing it will be advantageous to both. rlr 4* 4* 4* rlr 4* 4? 4* 4r 4f 4* 4* 4* 4* HOUSE FURNISHINGS. PAINTS, OILS. TINWARE. AND HARDWARE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 4* n* if* 4» 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* $* 4* 4* 4* 4» 4* 4* 4* 4k 4* 4» HAWKINSON, 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. Ml «a? CHESTNUT STREET. VIRGINIA. BANK of VIRGINIA, oes A General BanTting Business. ECEIVES DEPOSITS, Issues Foreign and Domestic Ex^ change. Sea Steamship Tickets and Pay Interest on Time Bank on Corner of Ghestnut Street and Wyoming Avenue VIRGINIA, MINNESOTA. W. B. PRATT & GO. The Old Reliable Dealers In STAPLE. GROCERIES. FANCY. A most complete line of China, Croekery and Glassware. H" Courteous Treatment• Prices Right- VIRGINIA yft E. GRIGGS, C...

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. — 14 September 1900

aKMai0BBflttX —vzsgge* .Trn^ nun^j^ t^-— MAN l"n-i varsity of (Alu-a go economics who have li^ured that and his wife liyy-vvith £.i eat iTUg^lUvv,Au i,"»uo a year are disTanced by tiic record \Villlftnt l'die*VTnlV\k. of lias itf e\-Judge \'a 11»ii r:iiso. I ml. Tlm^a^ed ju for several yearsiived—wub- lus wife at a total?oxpensovfvT^-J^ot^/^f i-'or of jnt morcnUmnfT n'weefc. or-^o-j nf iho year. And in spit*»«f this both art* now iu the best of h^iJ|}«U» iii never felt better"" nor could ivork 1mm Ier iff^tfiVW^fW^s,'Ui-ttMoMV*ve thai hl'v have SOUi»»tlvtW* pwUkmnof 1 happiness and health in resorting to ^#•#0 in.1 })!i$msl of i! iiii living. liftji*.7 nag as^ cheeks as a girl of URBANITY A MAYING QUALITY. Instances in Which Courteous Mcju Have^l ound PSfR^^rr^lt^bl^r of in or sire ft fastciie(U4-Hon. him When the cotftYtiV^U'Hs joa ,ler artifi-s. With instinctive politeness and bonhommie^Ju\ ^miled. raised his hat and pas^^4&hr\ThVn sml tienly lie heard a shot. Turning he found...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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