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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 15 November 1895

VOL 3. Call and Chestnut Street, Prascoft & Mars COMPANY, ~~~K AGKNTS FOR. RADIANT HOME STOVES. Seer SpeGial Attention j* Our Assortment. A Full and Complete Stock of Heavy and ©helf Hardware Prescott & Mars Company Manufacturers of and Dealers in LUMBER, Lath and JSliingles. VIRGINIA, MINN. yUUIiMHHliMHUUliiiT Do You Wear Clothes? YESM Then Co to the Storo of N. SKUD BRO. Where you can get more and better goods for less money than at any other place on the range. Their Stcck of CLOTHING, HATS. CAPS. BOOTS, SHOES, ETC,, Is Always Complete. meiiMtfMMiitiMiMUTOm, to Office and Mills, Virginia. Minn• To The Ladies of Virginia and Vicinity Mrs. H. Strehlau -—has the best— Fall and Winter Millinery stock north of St. Paul and her prices are always very low. A hat placed in her hands will be trimmed in the neatest manner. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Give her a call. 8t- NEWS FROM THE IRON MINES. TSTEttESTINO NOTES ItKLA TIVE TO *VX PRfXCII'AL INDUSTRY. Mentha tttftl Other Iron JtAnyt...

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. — 15 November 1895

& I I THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA, MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, Publisher. CURIOUS CONDENSATIONS. —Silver candlesticks were known in Britain us early as A. D. U59. —Bombnstiu was made and worn as early as the Twelfth century. —Ten gas companies had iu 18153 a monopoly of the lighting of Paris. —The Wax Chandlers company of London was incorporated in 1848. —Two hundred years ago the skirt of a dress was always called the base. —A ton of good coal is said to yield about 8000 cubic feet of, purified gas, —The World's fair now dragging along at Antwerp is declared a total failure. —The island of Gothland has been cole* brat iug the 250th anniversary of it* union with Sweden. —-The words "Emerald Isle," as ap­ plied to Ireland, were first used by Dr. Drenigan in a poem entitled "Erin." —With the early peniuakers the prob­ lem of a point was the most serious, and a long time elapsed before it was def­ initely solved. —The Sundews are carnivorous plants. Whoa an insect touches the liqui...

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. — 15 November 1895

I I Highest of att in Leavening Power.---Latest U. S. Gov't Report A' .*%'['* '-^V''- •'••y :v- -.»" •'•i-':Vl-V ABSOLUTELY Glorious October Days* S*hl the lelives ttpdit the brftuched Oue SttUnv rtqtntnu dftjr, \v vfc finished all ouf tvoirk and ttttW Wfe can nt» longer Jtiyi id frfclldW wti fctfmba 1 lUst, bfe ivdrik t»b»rfe, Aliii wfc 8tt i'tiatSnt d&wti .... "tVe'Vfr jiiid, ii j$ii$ summer \\-]tliut%M^ that built thfeit iiesta B^uoath otit gffeetJ. umbrellas. Aud the stjuJr.Kvtfe that were dufc guests, But we canuot wait for wIntel And we do not ear© for snow When we hear the wild •northwesters We lose our clasp and go. "But we hold our heads up bravely I'nto the very last, Aud shine in pomp and splendor As away we flutter fast. In the mellow autumn nooutide We kiss aud say goodby. And through the naked branches Then may children see the sky. —Margaret E. Sangster. Railroad Over Palm Leaves. A railroad rmining across a lake on palm leaves, some of thorn tweuty-five feet long...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 15 November 1895

$ I 5 I I qf niiean Wageto VIRGINIA. Ji\ itim ?)?nT iiiTf a ,«•,2 •-f^fnir iil We Mus^ Havfe- FIBST—A .Ou account of our Heavy Loss at Biwabik. Therefore, you can get more Goods f$r a little money at...... Ironwotd Heuse. GOOD TABLE AND BEDS.— RATES: $1.00 Per Day. $4.50 Per. Week. Table Board. $4.00 Per Week Good Bar'in Connection. ANDERSON THE FAIR STORE, Tiian Ever before. Give us a chaiice. 91. H. Martin, Prop. Tin FMelily Mutual LHB PhiladGlphvQL, Pu*, G, Fouse. Pres la a purely mutual, flexible premium, expense limited company, working under the "FOUSE SYSTEM" of life insurance, affording absolute security at tbe least possible cost, and without the possibility of failure. ot old lino company nor sin assessment company, In the usa&l sense of the term.£17" [t embraces the strong points of both whilst eliminating their weakness. It avoids danjrerous legal reserve technical liability and thtas not only saves iiO per cent of Ote premiums, but also makes larger provisions for d...

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. — 22 November 1895

•*v VOL. 3. Chestnut Street, COMPANY, A .'. V. AGKNTS FOR, Call and See Our Assortment. A Fall and Complete Mock of a A & Jf Shelf Hardware Lath andi Sliingles, Special Attention t0 t^ocai Trade. Office and Mills, Virginia• Minn- of Virginia and Vicinity): Fall Mrs. H. Strehiau —has.the best—- VIRGINIA, MINN. Do You Wear CloMs? YES!! Then Go to the Stor? of H.SKUD&6R0. "Where you can get more aud better goods for less money than at any other place on tlic range. Their Stcek of CLOTHING, HATS. CAPS. BOOTS, SHOES, ETC,, Is Always Complete. iii^^ Moon & Kerr Lumber Co Manufacturers of and Dealers in Winter Millinery stock horth of St. Pcfcul and her prices dre always very low. A hat placed in her hands will be trimmed id the neatest mantlet Satisfaction Guaranteed. Give her a call. !n Virsin^Caeb^gro. ChcK^nut St. Hi 1 msflioi inomiffis. I XTtCHJEH TISO A%TJBS RELATIl^ *TO our ruixcipAi. cord will Tribune. industry. Mesaba'chid Other Iron Ranges. One ot the most valuable an...

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. — 22 November 1895

JJ tti THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA. MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, PubMihtr. CURIOUS CONDENSATIONS. —Hundreds of patents have been is­ sued to inventors of water gas. —Jewish women wove silver half moons in their shoes as ornaments. —Alphonso VI. of Leon and Castile was The Brave, on account of his knight­ ly daring. The same title was given to Alphonso IV. of Portugal. .. —Peter I. of Portugal was known as The Severe, ou account of the merciless ness with which he put down several at­ tempts at insurrection. —Henri II. of France was entitled The Bellicose. He was an exceedingly war­ like King and constantly engaged in cam­ paigning against his neighbors. —Edward VI. of I&nigland was The Pious on account of his personal char­ acter. Also Erie IX. of Sweden Ernest I. of Gotha and Robert of France. —The Greeks and Romans had no weeks until they borrowed this division of time from the East. The Greeks di­ vided the month into three equal periods the Romans into three very unequal, the...

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. — 22 November 1895

W'-. wmf ps| life :y All My Life I had that distressing disease, catarrh of the stomach. It proved most troublesome in the summer, and was accompanied by 'that tired-feeling.' I took Hood's Sarsaparilla and have not had a single attack of nay old complaint even during the extreme not weather. MY geueral health is also much better." MISS Minnie A. Bsebs, Concord, Nebraska. $1 six tor $5. HnnH'fi Dilfc "ct harmouiously with luuu & w'st!\ nila Hood's Sarsaparilla. 28c. Dauce in the Morning. At a gathering of King's Daughters at London, Out., the other day, Mrs. Graham of Toronto, on being asked if dancing should be tolernted, replied: "Yes. but only in the morning, an hour before, breakfast, and then the woman should danco with her husband or broth­ er. This encouragement of morning dancing, at a time when morning prayers are said to be failing into disuse, may possibly strike some Christians as un- ^,ul then? are sedate heads of families, not necessarily Christian, who would kiek ...

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. — 22 November 1895

1 1 •5 -M 5 1 4 We Must Have 'of our Loss at Bi^abik. Tlterefore, yoa «an get more •©aods for little money at DULUTH, HE FAIR STORE, I'han Ever beferte. Give us a chance. SI. IEI. Martin, Prop. Tin Rdelitw Muteal Life Association, 'of Philadelphia, Fa., X- &• Fouse. Pres-, •Is a purely Mutual, flexible premium, expense limited company, working under the "FOUSE SYSTEM" of life insurance, affording absolute security at the least possible cost, and without the possibility of failure. Not an^fcjfccoirf£ah»Vritfi- u'ii'assess'ment company, In the usual sense of the term.53Sr° :ftytatfhl«H&^he Strotog points of both whilst eliminating their weakness. It avoids HjHojiiairiirerous legal reserve technical liability and thus not only saves 30 per cent ottWo^premiums, but also makes larger provisions for death losses than any old llmcompany. No unnecessary accumulations no uncertain premiums. The leading flexible premium insurance company in tlio world, safety and economically managed,...

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. — 29 November 1895

VOL. 3. X* l^U, 1 Prescott & Mars COMPANY, A AG EKW FOR ...,. RADIANT HOME STOVES. Call and See Our Assortments A Full and Com pi civ Stock of HGciYt.] 8 n.r^i^ Street, llilUil!! 5l ui 4r In Virginia Cash Store, Chestnut St., VIRGINIA. MINN. M/rcAel t^srtw*»4tmm£0mM a a T. na. c^e VIRGINIA, MfJfP Yeii Wear Oiethes? YES!! r'r'r'?* rJri/~r'!-r*r*f*r*?*Jr'r' Then Go to the Store of H.SKUD&BB0.| Whore you can get more and gjg* better floods for less money than at EE any other place on the range. 5| Their Stock of CLOTHING, HATS. CAPS. BOOTS, SHOES, ETC,, Is Always Complete. 3 frwrn? utumMMiiMumnrnuMMTrmw IT Lumber Co. Manufacturers of and Dealers in LUMBER, Lath and &Mngles. Special Attention to TyOGal Trade. Office and Mills, Virginia* Minn- To The Ladies of Virginia and Vicinity' Mrs. H. Strehlau —has the best— Fall and Winter Millinery stock north of St. Paul and her prices are always very low. A hat placed in her hands will be trimmed in the neatest matinet'. Sstisfactio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 29 November 1895

sp $£ i**$M THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA, MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, Pubtither. CURIOUS CONDENSATIONS. —The number of undefended cases iu the London divorce and probate division this term is 112. —The importation of birds for milli­ ners' purposes has beeu greater this year than ever before. —There are nine kinds of Bank of England notes, all of them printed ou thin, crisp, white paper. —Sheets of paper four or five miles long are now commonly made for the use of the newspaper press. —The principal county iu England for fruit cultivation is Devon, where there are 25,955 acres of orchards. —\Vater pipes made from paper will keep the water from freezing much loug er than a metal or earthen pipe. —A perfectly white squirrel, with piuk eyes, was caught by a hunter near South Windham, Conn., a few days ago. —In London there are more Hebrews than in Jerusalem, more Irish than in Dublin aud more Scots than iu Edin­ burgh. —Twenty millions of meteors are said to fall u)Kn the earth every da...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 29 November 1895

t'-c v** 1«J** \n '-.j "-~'-J£ki bESX IN THB \VORLO. ..qwwft \Ws \tu\vj t'atents for the following Wisconsin inventors are reported for this week bjr I-.nvin, heeler & Wheeler. 58 and 59 At Drug Stores, 35c. or by Mail. M. ZAEGEL & CO., SHEBOYGAN, WIS. The Greatest Medical Discovery of the Age. KENNEDY'S MEDICAL DISCOVERY. DONALD KENNEDY, OF A0XBD8Y, HISS., Has discovered in one of our common pasture weeds a remedy that cures every kind of Humor, from the worst Scrofula down to a common Pimple. He has tried it in over eleven hundred cases, and never failed except in two cases (both thunder humor). He has now in his possession over two hundred certificates of its value, all within twenty miles of Boston. Send postal card for bcok. A benefit is always experienced from the first bottle, and a perfect cure is war­ ranted when the right quantity is taken. When the lungs are affected it causes shooting pains, like needles passing through them the same with the Liver or Bowels. Thi...

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. — 29 November 1895

mp $££ •k a xrT* •.*?&&>•* «j, Mmmmmuaut Boys Shoes FIRST—A GREAT 1 CLOSING OUT Cousistiug of The Whole Stock of Spring Hooks and Eyes Stay Binding Ice Wool Oretehan llakelgarn Handkerchiefs Fine Towels Outing Flannels Calicos Dress Ginghams hold the dipper into the JB THOS IrrniwoodHouse. GOOD TABLE AND BEDS. RATES: $1.00 Per Day. $4.50 Per. Week. table Board. $4.00 Per Week General Merchandise. Regardlesss of Cost. DRY GOODS. formerly 10c 2 for 5e box 20o ball 10c 5c each oflc 12 and 15c 5 and 8c 10c No 30 and 40 Ladiies Wrappers worth f2, SI.To, 1.50 now $1, $1.S5 and $150 inch No»-tli 5tar Flannel worth 85c per yard now 36inch all wool Sicilian Suiting worth 45c per yard now French Suitings worth from 25 to i5c now Ladles Shoes Fancy Patent Flour Second Kye Flour ltolled Oats Best Java IiiCB ltaisens Broken Java Coffee Gunpowder Tea Japan Tea Japan Tea Peas and Beans UNDERWEAR. Mens Undersults all wool undersuiis ,* all wool undersuits all wool Flannel Overshirts all ...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 6 December 1895

I !i (d-' I i, &• Prescott Chestnut Street, f.*-. Prescott & Mars COMPANY, AGKXTS FOB. RADIANT HOME STOVES. RV*MWPVM Call and See Our Assortment. A Vttll and Complete Stork' of Heavy and i— Shelf Hardware H. VIRGINIA, MINN. iiumtiiuiuiiiiiimimimiiuuiiiiumuiuuumiiiii Do Too Wear Clothes? YES!! Then Go to the Storo of Where you cau pet more and better goods for less money than at any other place on the range. Their Stock of CLOTHING, HATS. CAPS. BOOTS, SHOES, ETC,, Is Always Complete. Moon & Kerr Lumber Co., Manufacturers of and Dealers in LUMBER, Lath and Hlilngles. Special Attention to vocal Trade. Offlee and Mills, Virginia. Minn- To The Ladies of Virginia and Vicinity :^rxrrrr^r^r~ Mrs. H. Strehlau —has the best— Fall and Winter Millinery stick north of St. Paul and her prices are always very low. A hat placed in her ban4s will be trimmed in tlie neatest manner. Sstisfaction Guaranteed. Give her a call. •inVlrgln^^re^ChestnutSt., H. Ntl'elllail* jggi iasfe M»»nu antl O...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 6 December 1895

"f*^ ••4 $ *.^ "v THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA. MSNNl W. E. HANNAFORD, •1#ublish«r. .^ssssss^ssggt^sses^im^ CQRiOUS CONDpSAipN^^ —Edward Johnson of Middletowu, Couu., two weeks ago cast his seventy third conswujiye town officials. TI£ is TWreara old. —Pliny, says that special perfumes not allowedPto any but the mem hers of the royal family were prepared for the Ro man emperors. —Van Kyek was tiie inventor of a col- •,§ iarent ami brilliant coloring, the works 3 of Hubert ami Jan Van Eyck hav^never •4 IweU 8lirpa880tjL g. -v —Edward, the Saxou ivmrof feuglanf, was designated The Ceftfes^r account^ his personal piety, Af£w his death he was cannonized and his'shrine in West­ minster Abbey is still an object of rever­ ence. —An Englislrlady!?" wftlT ^etf^%m£ son and daiighfwrT traveled §n (IolS)key back from G^rl^&u: through iMnui^ ains of (ialieia, Asturin and Navarre, to the English frontier, this summer, accompanied by a single donkey driver. She, found no serlou^.diafcnUti^ ...

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. — 6 December 1895

LC'1. P4% & London .V |i: tE^' WT'* -GOT. McKiniey Qniut Smoking. Abuor MoKiuley. a New "York attor­ ney and brother of Gov. William McKiu iey of burg on logal business. He said: "The greatest jrieee of news I know of, how­ ever. is not in the line of politics. My brother, Gov. MeKiuley, has actually quit smoking. His fondness for the weed was proverbial, wherever he is known, but he thinks the habit has had a bad effect on his nervous system and' on that account gave it up, although the effort was almost superhuman. He ex­ periences pangs yet when -he meets a luau with a good cigar, or even an in -different one.'*— Pittsburg Times. STATEOF OHIO, CITY OF LUCAS COUNTY. ?SS6. Instead of trifling with a bad cold use Dr. D. Jayne's Expectorant, which will loosen the phlegm, subdue inflammation and certainly save your Lungs and Throat much dangerous wear and tear. Laura's Dear Friends.—Irene--"Laura Kajones' face looks dreadfully pinched." "I don't know about that, but I know her fee...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 6 December 1895

~0RY"M- ?.T- --, WV^ 'i:: 4 5} Sj John Costinjr. INSURANCE. and REAL ESTATE Lots for Sale on Easy Monthly Payments. Lots Bought and Sold on Commission. Virginia- Minn H. J. Eaton & Co., LIGIFT AND HEAVY ORAYIfJS! Sale and Feed Stable, Near West end of W AH orde 3 Promptly ^.UMedTo-. Freight and 1 THE 1,000,000 People Wear iWlJouglas Shoes HAND SEWED K10CESS. $5.oo rorMen a r,x*.-V IC..' Ttie Grand BALE! Look at These Prices And Buy Accordingly C^tvese 12c worth 15c Biking Powder 20c 25c 5 lb. Cans Bakiii i? Towcte* 75c ii Smoked Ham 12c 15c Smoked Shoulder 8c 10c Golden Drip Syrup 45c mm§ IS FM HUSS PATTERNS: Silk and Wool, 50 m. Suiting, worth $1.75 now $1*48 -Silk And Wool, 50 in, Suitiug, worth $2,00 now $1,7*) All Wool, 50 inch Suitiug, worth *1.30 now ^1.05 We Have Them in All Colcrs, Qualities and Prices. Everything in our stock is now ii having the genuine iggage Hauled MESABA Meat Go., Have the best market and carr^ the best and largest siocli of Fresh & Salt Mots of...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 13 December 1895

4, 3 w" VOL. 3. Chestnut Street, ytyjv Prescott & Mars COMPANY, A AGKNTS FOR, RADIANT HOME 8TOYE8. Call and S?e Our Assortment. A Full and Complete Stock of Heavy and—— Shelf Hardware HOLIDAY of Virginia and Vicinity.rraxrxrrrrc: 1% VIRGINIA, MINN. 5" di! YES!! Hr'p'r* r*r/r"rJ Then Go to the Store of Where you can get more and better goods for less money than at any other place on the range. Their Stoekof CLOTHING, HATS. S CAPS. BOOTS, SHOES, ETC,, Is Always Complete. GOODS Oitu Drug Store. ^heir stock is replete with Elegant, Useful and Ornamental Novelties, and Their Prices will be found the Lowest. They are This Season Showing a complete stock of TOILET BOXES, MANICURE SETTS, WORK BOXES, CHRISTMAS CARDS, BRIAR AND MERSCHAUM PIPES. JEWEL CASES, PERFUMES, Eto. Etc Give the a call when looking for an article as a suitable present. To The Ladies Mrs. H. Strehlau —has the best— Fall and Winter Millinery slock north of St. Paul and her prices are always very low. A hat placed in h...

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 December 1895

Wm THE YIRM ENTEMpi VIRGINIA, MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, Publisher. CURIOUS CONDENSATIONS. 4 —Many specimens of beetles have two eyes on eacn side of the head, one supe­ rior and one inferior, —In New South Wales, bakers are paid $12.05 week in Switzerland they re­ ceive $3.88 in Spain, $4.50, —Confectioners in Prance receive $4.85 a week in Germany, $3.40 in -Italy, $3.73 in New South Wales, $33.40. —Jewelers in New South Wales re­ ceive $22.80 a week: in Switzerland, $*•35 in Germany, $5.21, and in France, $0.24. —A street waterer in Calcutta, who sprinkles the streets from a water-skin carried on his shoulders, is paid 6e a day. —A plumber in Bremen or Hamburg, by hara labor, and in a favorable season, can make no more than $5.40 aweok. —A Germfto bookbinder receives $1.20 a week in Switzerland the same class of labor is paid $4.68, and in Italy, $3.80. —Distillers in Victoria, Australia, re wive $0.75 a week in Germany, $3.5(S in Lcmnark. $3.00, and in Spain, $4.25. —Drivers ou the ...

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 December 1895

Na 3 fv h?F h?F 11 C/aas must have tun out o'Soap when he left you,** iSvfeii the children recogiiizS §aiit&j Ciaus Soap as bne bf tliejjood things of life—and why hot It keeps tlieir nome bleari and makes, their! mother happy. Try it in your home. Sold everywhere. Made only by The N. K. Fairbank Company, CHICAGO. A*r Heroic Youth fulness. Aiiionp the stories which were told by certain aged physicians, at a reunion bf medical men. of the times when surgical operations were conducted without an­ aesthetics, none were more touching than the following: A little girl, not more thun 8 years old, was injured in such a way that it was necessary to amputate one of her legs. She proved to be of wonderful, pluck and instead of binding her. as was customary in such cases, she was giveu her most cherished doll to hold. Pressing it in her arms, she sub­ mitted to the amputation without a single cry. When it was done, the physician in charge, seeking to brighten matters up with a little pleas...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 13 December 1895

Ocntrall jr VIRGINIA, O. D. KINNEY, PRES.' CLOSING SALE -AT- The Fair Store They Must Go! Our entire stock of Ladies* and Men's Overshoes. Ladies Overshoes worth $2.00 now $1.60. Ladies Overshoes worth 1.75 1.40. Mens Overshoes worth 2.50 2.00. Mens Overshoes worth 2.25 1.85. Now is the time to get your Children's Felt Shoes, We Are S&Uinq Them at Cost. The Grand SLAUGHTER SALE! IS STILL ON! The IPair ©fore, M. H. MARTIN, Proprietor, Chestnut Street, Virginia, Minn, R. H. WALLACE & CO Fine Tailoring. A^ W. J. WHITE, HOTEL VIRGINIA, Thos. Dunsmore Sf Son, Proprietors. ^9 FIRST-GLASS IN RVERY RE8PRGT General Blacksmith and Horseshoer. All Kinds of Repairing and New Work. Wagon and Sleigh Making a Specialty. Cor. Walnut and Wyoming. Virginia, Minn. Moon & Kerr Lumber Co., Manufacturers of and Dealers in LUMBER, Lath and Shingles. SpeGial Attention to T^ocal Trade. Office and Mills, Virginia. Minn• Ismple Room in Oonnaotfon. MINNESOTA. BANK SE VIRGINIA, oes A General Banking...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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