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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 20 December 1895

A •w *10: LCO*THLQHT, 18M.1 DRAMATIS PRBBOSJC Henry Holt blind veteran of the civil war.) Maria Holt (blswife). Molly (their daughter a child). A "Lady (name unknown). People in the street. Tux—The afternoon of a bleak De eemberday. SCENE—'The main shopping thorough* fare of an American city. A crowd block (he sidewalk In front of a large dry-goods store in whose windows glit­ ters a splendid holiday display. A wax dummy enveloped: in brocadc and er­ mine confronts another in evening dress of white satin and rose chiffon. Gorgeous fabrics of silk and velvet drape the sides of the window. These are all akin in tint the colors of the window resemble a cluster of roses, KhnjHngr from bride to blush and jacue minot. In the' rear is seen the interior of a luxuriously appointed little room it is labeled: "A boudoir," and is ar­ ranged to advertise the prevailing fashions in furniture ami upholstery. The room is furnished in rose an^~ silver. Its dressing-tabic is covercu with the elegant ...

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. — 20 December 1895

lobrnuaur, MM.I riWM tsiS^t 4V *.8cf*T"Th? awitepho^ff feorongh^ 5 ?&y*«>da storeJ^tjho^ wWows ght, gwlmi confronts another In evening Ckurgeons jEabcica of silk and vijlvct .drapethesid^sof the"Window. These syQwr Its dressing-table is covere l^wlthsthe elegant cooveniences the long mirror. The draperies of rlch.^ 5§laqsr"arc carefully looped bticlt from the leglass, to avoid contact withthfi flamihg Bcandl«k The mirror reflects P"" A'lady, plainly to pusb her way through thq. -w *sg€. aira ?!°", f.i h6 reflects the street. C2^i5J^ Irror-to shiWr. The ma» Ptflc ^OT^rtrij^ The woman has a delicate face she, 'Solds^out ""caK somewhat timidly or |»Ottdfyv^lfi^%fiiteiik lirot^ th« ^et| or ft penny into the cap. Tht^ woman «P- *. "h"" S^ ""7, to^armthem.^ MM~^Coidt arla7 piyife-tifcitiib fp^iBenwr O a a upholstery. Second Woinan (sighing)—But theu °.f a jrffiLr Mwrt in- w«W« iisB»rle6fcii- Uik« lit# 'i&n t^Oas^'-^e» when yon e*a get Km Job, -y u»a |»p^r 1 Us ...... HusbaAd—Th...

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 December 1895

VOL. 3. ICOFTRIGBT, 1894.] 1. DRAMATIS PERSON,® Henry Holt blind veteran of the civil war.) Maria Holt (bis wife). Molly (their daughter a child). A Lady (name unknown). People in the street. TIMS—The afternoon of a bleak De­ cember day. SCENE—The main shopping thorough­ fare of an American city. A crowd block the sidewalk in front of large dry-goods store in whose windows glit­ ters a splendid holiday display. A wax dummy enveloped in brocu.dc and er­ mine confronts another in evening dress of white satin and rose chiffon. Gorgeous fabrics of silk and velvet drape the sides of the window. These are all akin in tint the colors of the window resemble a cluster of roses, shading from bride to blush and jaeue minot. In the rear is seen the interior of a luxuriously appointed little room it is labeled: "A boudoir," nnd is ar­ ranged to advertise the prevailing fashions in furniture and upholstery. The room is furnished in rose and silver. Its dressing-table is covered with the elegant c...

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. — 20 December 1895

cfrestnyt OUR LINE Prescott & Mars COMPANY, AGKNTS FOR. RADIANT HOME STOVES. Call and See Our Assortment. Street, 4.^ A Full and Complete Stock of Heavy and Shelf Hardware Prescott & Mars Company, JOB'S TURKEY, according to tradition, had to lean against the fence to gobble, but Holiday Customers -AT- Jackson & Co.'s can gobble bettet values for the money expended than at any other place in the city. THEIR STOCK IS REPLETE IN Seasonable Novelties, Specially selected for the CHRISTMAS TRADE, and for a useful, ornamental present you can do no better. Crockery, Silverware and Lamps TYT A ATLIRCCI on the JAR OF BEANS in our IVIAJ&E A GutaS -window, FREE, and win the BEAUTIFUL SIVER SET. CHESTNUT STREET, VIRGINIA, MINN. N VIRGINIA, M-lNN. is specially large and attractive and includes the latest novelties to be found in the market. & CO, THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE. BY W. E. HANNAFOBB. Entered at the post-office at Virginia, Minn,, as second class mail matter. Terms, $2 P...

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. — 20 December 1895

S' THE NEW YEAR -•v- PURCHASING A New Suit -OP- R.H. WALLACE &CC The Best MerchantTTailors on The Range. YOU'VE trusted us and our statements for nearly 3 years, because you trusted to your common sense, and the sound reason of our promises. Your appreciation of our past efforts spurred us onward to deserve it more, year by year. We are The Pioneer Tailors of Virginia have always given satisfaction in price and quality and solicit your further orders. R. H. WallaGe & Go., MERCHANT TAILORS, Liebrock lilock, Opposite Post-office, Virginia, Minnesota. Millinery AND 3, .iz S 5 «. Jf 3. HATS, HOODS, RIBBONS, LACES, DOILIES AND FANCY GOODS, -at- Redueed Prices, From Now Until January 1st. Oft] 17 INCLUDES EVERYTHING in our DALcJUt department, and our Stock is the on R&nfe! Many Useful and Ornamental /•kA W.A, & Jv Articles for Holiday Gifts. CHESTNUT STREET, VIRGINIA, MINN ft SyRyNK&mot Caleb Criramins was os sweet on Deb by Dander as a bumble bee on honey/ suckles. Th...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 20 December 1895

CD fl 2|tf 23 a Cb 49 W GS 1 uv-t Groceries, Vegetables, Hay,. Flour. Feed, Confeetionary, Stationary,v Ete, Holiday Neckwear, ft 0|(£S* 2&o, 5fle Bd*tOO GIFTS Mens §!i sis tf 6 O a ©8 3~ •s-g b*s ,2 J2 9 8 A3 gL®» StJin cas*: 2§ kl s^J •2®* ft From $10.00 to $25.00. Men's Trousers, $1.00 to $5.00, From $5.00 to $18.00. THE MODEL f" -A•' •. mun IT will be to your interest to get Our Prices on Ali Kinds of Before making yonr.|H}rchas£ SPACE IS TOO LIMITED— t5 give you price, but we give you a positive guarantee that we will meet any 3bd all com­ petition. TRY US AND SEE! We WiU Call Each Morn ning at your Resi7 de%ce for Orders. Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention lestnut St Virginia. S'Fine %n? l" l?v •*. M* ii si LEf\DING Proprietor, VIRGINIA. MINN. E I® fleece lined night Robes at $1.25 and $1.50, 'TrMr'.«&^-FO* t/' sjjsqqnji ptiB *o6^$ 0Q i$ moia 'SdOqeidAQ. 'saoqg aiiia A lAND'THE M' tt+M-ift TS. T8-,ltrW- 1*4 (UJfifJi .v-f" rt.'i- From $4.00 to $12.00, NEW CHEAP STORE, L...

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. — 20 December 1895

j. & '3""* "i'v". Virginia Skating Rink. A stock company has been or­ ganised and has this week con­ structed on Virginia lake, at the foot of Cleveland avenue, a fine skating rink, 125x250 feet. The officers of the association are as follows: President, John Barton treasurer, A. P. Pelato secre­ tary, Peter Beslow manager, Wm. Beslow. The rink will be open every afternoon and even­ ing, except Tuesdays and Fri­ days, yrhich dfcys are held, for children. Single season tickets #2.50, double $4.00. Admission 15 cents, skates 10 cents extra. The rink will be formally opened tonight, the Band being engag­ ed to fum$Bh music for the oc clsion. The management pf the rink will make arrangements with skating clubs or parties at any time. The enterprise will be a success, without doubt. Y. M. C. A. Revivals. The-young men will conduct the union revival services in the Presbyterian church Jwill arrive in the city this evening, their first meeting being held tomor row night. On Sunday afte...

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. — 20 December 1895

At* P. A. "BODEGA,' Pepper Canadian Club, Hiram Walker & Son Malt Whiskey, Scotch and Irish Whiskies, finest brandy Old Hennessy Brandy, Tom Gin, ftolland Gin, Champagnes, J.- .1 Clarets, Sweet and Sour Wines—the Finest, Imported and Domestic CIGARS-the Best in the Market. fool and Billiard Tables in Connection and Splendid Service Given in All Departments. THE 'BODEGA' P. A. MoHAUGHTOH, Prop., LiliM Strom Blook, Virginia, Minnesota. All th* air with love Is laden, Where the Yule logs glow and flame, Hopeful youth and trustful maiden Softly chant the Master's name. Mow, if there beany sad ones, Bid their tearful eyes be dried. Now, if there he thoughtless glad ones. Be that gladness purified ljjr the bells of peace are ringing, Chiming anthems of the free. Earth and Heaven join in singing I Of the glories yet tu be. Seek the boughs, so green and fragrant, ljet the waxen tapers dance. Here is hope for prince, for vagrant, Christ of every circumstance! Pile the leaping fagots high...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 20 December 1895

£SVj£W£. on Satorday Sweet Cataba Wine 60c per quart $1 per Gal Sweet Port Wine, ra: per quart, #1.00 Gal WHISKEY, 52.00 per Gallon and Upwards. Special Attention Given To Repairing. MAI "Bffr— —iw THOUSANDS S!©« & €LtOTM}3 muse., DECEMBER 21st |and continuing on MONDAY AND TUESDAY, DECEMBER 23rd and 24th TJJp Rp[ Shoe &. Clothing House, 1 Chestnut Street, Virginia, Minn. Until j^fter The Holidays I will Sell- MANUPACTURana OF" two HHWfflffWW mip GIFTS! of them at prices that will leave lots of money in your purse and yet be a os a a of in a Grand Holiday Sale, SKARODO SCRQQKS LIQUORS AND CIGARS, at the following Low Prices: and other liquors top ^numerous to mention at) grcatlx reduced prlcos. Extra quality CIGARS 50 in a Box for 75c also Pipes for Xmas Gifts. California Wine House»—^ S. Sf\X, Virginia Steam Boiler Works, J. F. DACEY, MANAGER, Holland Gin, Swenska Punch, Norsk Aquavit, New England Bum, Jamaica Bum, California Grape Brandy, Iroa. and Steel Boilers, Oil and W...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 20 December 1895

-v I ©UGH AS ROCKING GHAIRS Gouches Bed. Lounges Rattan and Oak: Oenter Tables BUYS MORE GOODS AT THE STORE OF W. B. Pratt & Co., Than at Any Other Place on the Mesaba Range. THEIR GEIEML MERCHANDISE STOCK 13 COMPLETE and if you need anything in the line of Clothing or Provisions, GIVE 'X'JH HIMT A. CAXiX». HOTEL VIRGINIA, Thos. Dwnsmore $ Son, Proprietors. FIRST-GLASS IN RVRRY RESPECT 0- OmiMlly XioCAtoda lAiapl# Xioosn. In Obaa^otfosi* VIRGINIA, MINNESOTA, Manufacturers of and Dealers in Lath and Shingles. Special Attention to T'boal' Trade Mce and Mrlls, Virginia, Minn N addition to the above we have a complete stock of FURNITURE from the Cheapest to the Most Elaborate. Special prices to Parties Starting House-Keeping and also to Boarding Houses. Virginia Furniture Co., .THE Local Chit-Chat. We have everything to Make Home Beautiful and attractive. Do Not Waste Your Money on Toys, but Invest in Something That Will Be of Some Benefit. We have an Endless Variety of^* TilTili li...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 27 December 1895

VOL. 3. Prescott & Chestnut Street, ---nft nfflitiitrwmiTiinr» Prescott & Mars COMPANY, A RADIANT HOME AOKNTS FOR, STOVES. Call and See Ou?f Assortment. A Full and Complete Stock of Heavy and— Slielf Hardware R. H. V5 ALLACE & CO., ^•©eosessoj Fine Tailoring. of Virginia and Yicinit In Virginia Cash Store, Chestnut St., VIRGINIA. MINN. change. Deposits. Zl&ry VIRGINIA, MINN. liiiiiiiiiiiuiiiimiuiiiMiiiaiiiiuuiaiiuuiii'.iiiiiy Do Yoii Wear Clothes? YES!! Then Go to the Store of H.SKUD&BR0. Where you can get 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. To The Ladies 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. Mrs, H. Strehlau. O. D. KINNEY, PRES. E. Z. GRIGGS, CASHIER. BANK St VIRGI...

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. — 27 December 1895

VIRGINIA, MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, Publisher. CURIOUS CONDENSATIONS. —Cigarmakers in Spain receive $4.80 a week: in France, in Germany, $3.03, and in Italy, $3. —An expert tea mixer in China com­ mands liiiflt wages, being paid from GO cents to $1 a day for his work. —Skilled female labor in Munich, in whatever calling, is rarely paid at high­ er rate than 72 cents a day. —In Holland the average rate of wages for skilled laborers of every description is from 8 cents to 10 cents an hour. —An African hat is in the form of a helmet, woven of rush straw, having a peak ou top and a mask or visor ex­ tending down over the face. There are two holes or goggles for the eyes. —Unskilled laborers in the Swiss iron works consider themselves fortunate if they make ~0 cents a day. Skilled work­ men receive from 50 cents to $1, accord­ ing to dexterity and length of employ­ ment. —Tlu Chinese mandarins and men of consequence wear little round silk skull caps most of the time. These are or­ namented ...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 27 December 1895

r« 3 fi i. i:y- §He- A WEDDING DRESS WAR FLA0,r The Iron .Duke's Colors \?#r« Pitektd Up for Hla Funeral. We are told a curious Wreumstance concerning the colors of tiie Thirty-third, or Duke of Wellington's regiment. Oii the death bf the Iron Duke the regiment was brought from Glasgow to London to atteiul the funeral. The colors were lodged at the towh house iu Portland place of the commanding officer. Lieut. Ool. Blako, where the color party were billeted. To the simple, uninitiated mind of Mrs. Blake the tattered condition of the regi­ mental color seemed a reflection on the regiment, and she was ashamed that it should be seen in that state in such a great ceremonial. Taking her, white silk weddinjr dress, she obtained the material wherewith to repair the color, and it was, practically speaking, her wedding dress duly draped that was borne at St. Paul that day.—Royal I'uited Service ourual. The Modern Mother has found that her little oues are im­ proved more by the pleasaut laxat...

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. — 27 December 1895

40 4 36 BARGAINS! -AT- THE STORE! 50 ineh Silk and Wool Suiting |2 00 now $1 75 4 1 75 1 48 c- I 145 1 30 all 1 ALL WOOL EIDERDOWNS 35c St T: SILK AND WOOL 75c Ladies' and Gent's Silk and Wool Mufflers, Chinese and Japanese Silk Handkerchiefs Ladies Fine Shoes worth Ladies Fine Shoes worth MENS FINE SHOES worth A| «yr $ 3 0 0 to 1 4 0 0 $1:75 14 Not an to GROCERIES 1 35 I 1 25 1 30 1 05 1 15 .95 1 10 4 .85 85c 4 I .68 65c .4$ 4 .30 45c 4 .35 4 .60 Handkerchiefs! Ladies and Gents Handkerchiefs 25c now 20c 20c 15c mc 10c 16c 10c 10c 8c ALL PRICES AND QUALITY* Here Are Bargains /a^FOR SMf\LL FEET: ALL LADIES SHOES from Nos. 1 to 4 inclus. $4, §3.50, 63.00 now §2.50 and $2.25 Childrens Shoes, $1.50 to $2 now $1 to 11.50 Childrens Shoes* worth $1.25 now ALL WOOL BLANKETS worth $3.00 now Pears 18c Apricots 19c Egg Plums 15c T-H&- W. A. Crawford, Fair Store, now ^1.50 A "TIT I I I 0 I 81.40 00 to MITTENS, GLOVES $2.25v Boys Mittens worth 20c now 10c 4 35c 25c 50c 35c Mens 75c 50c $1 25...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 3 January 1896

I 3 I 3 I I 1 I JJ.* II VOL 3. Chestnut Street, Prescott & Mars ~K COMPANY, A6KNTS FOR. RADIANT HOME STOVES. Call and See Our Assortment. A Full and Complete Stock of Heavy and Shelf Hardware Preseott & Mars R. H. V) ALLACE & CO., Fine Tailoring. www of Virginia and Vicinity Guaranteed. Give her a call. In Virginia Cash Store. Chestnut St., mm, VIRGINIA, MINN. uiuiiiimuiiuiuuiuuuiiiiuiiiiuuiiiimiuiiiuuufa Do You Wear Ciotbes? YES!! Then Go to the Store of H. SKUD&BRO. Where you can get 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. TmnnnnnfmrninfHffiiifiniinimnnnnnmiiifiie) To The Ladies 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 Tlffl*®. ti. 1 ATI VIRGINIA. MINN. JIM. OUCJIIHU# O. D. KINNEY, PRES. E. Z. GRIGGS, C...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 3 January 1896

'^$r' •f ,i THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA, MINN. W. E. HANNAFOftD, frubljsher. CURIOUS CONDENSATIONS.^ —"Tea lKXaing" is becoming fasliion sable amoug Glasgow ladies. .—The only lady mayoress entitled to wear a el vain of office is the wife oi the lord mayor of York, Eugland. —Kvery householder in the parish of Collace, Scotland, received a pair of rab­ bits recently from Mr. Hope:, Duushjane, —A Scotch paper publishes the follow­ ing item: "The minister of Seoonie has got his stipend increased from 18 to 22 chalders." and thes largely shrunken in Urea. —A Centerville, Me., conple recently celebrated their golden wedding in th«T very honse into which they moved qu their wedding day, fifty years before^" —A tinker died at Perth. Scotland^th*' otiher day, aud a group or mourners as stinbled at the funeral from various parts of the country in response to tele­ grams. —For hiring a negro to kill his wife, in order that he might marry, another woman, Lee Hawthorne of Augusta,. Miss., ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 3 January 1896

•-. flettelf t'Hjteeiioh fbr BusineM And t*rbftessioiiui People i'r'V's K"«y HUHUUHC .nreproot s'c7 tbnjjue aiul, groove (astyestos (.KiLkeu) Vvhieh oxrhvdos stojivn tVnter nnd. siHoko nml guards against the liltro uurtioiv of explosives Jewelers pivfi't- it:. PeqiU ntHHlinjj hbtise, sKfes, t.6 protect jowolry. silverware ana ivcoirill shthild have no other. Second-hand siifes oil hand HibbaHl &. Riohurd^oU 4Tl Milwaukee strews Milwaukee, Wis. Paraguay TeA. Mate or Paraguay tea i» inadb frbm the leases of the Brazilian ,hbl|y ir« vO "I IHv takes the place ,of tea lij vUearly" th6 whble of.South America, \vhere, it has neen elnulo.ved by Indians from time im* memorial .and by their conquerors iunl wttlerp since the Seventeenth century. The tree.. if left alone, will Require' t\ height bf fifteen ii twenty feet, but tbo i'jauts from which the mate is "collected are iuodehite-size«I, shrubs wltli xiuiner^ ons stems from bite root. The collection of clocks at Bunde & Vpmeyer's, ...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 3 January 1896

44 CLOSING: BARGAINS! -AT. THE FAIR STORE! 50 inch Silk and Wool Suiting £2 00 now $1 75 4 1 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 I 4 4 4 40 4 86 4 ALL WOOL EIDERDOWNS 35c 4 4 4 4 4 4 SILK AND WOOL Silk and Wool Mufflers, Chinese and Japanese Silk Handkerchiefs ALL LADIES SHOES 1 75 4 4 4 all Childrens Shoes, worth $1.25 now 00 ALL WOOL BLANKETS worth $1:75 to $3.00 now $1.40 to $2.25. MITTENS, GLOVES GROCERIES 5 lb. Cans Baking Powder75c 4 1 48 145 4 1 30 1 35 4 1 25 130 4 1 05 1 15 4 4 4 4 4 4 44 Ladies* and Gent's Ladies Fine Shoes worth $4, $3.50, $3.00 now Ladies Fine Shoes worth $2.50 and $2.25 now 4 .95 1 10 4 .85 85c 4 .68 65c 4 .49 4 .30 45c 4 .35 75c 4 .60 Handkerchiefs! Ladies and Gents Handkerchiefs 25c now 20c 20c 15c 12*c 10c 16c 10c 10c 8c ALL PRICES AND QUALITYf"^ Here Are Bargains SMf\LL FEET: from Nos. 1 to 4 inclus. MENS FINE SHOES worth A I 'Jr lft A A $3.00 to $4.00, now fPllf IU I Childrens Shoes, $1.50 to $2 now $2.00 $1.50 $1 to $1.50 Boys Mittens worth 20c now 10c 35c ...

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 January 1896

1 VOL. 3. Prescott Chestnut Street, 2 w. Prescott & Mars COMPANY, 7. ,AGENTS FOR RADIANT HOME STOVES. Call and See Our Assortment. A Full and Complete JStocJc of Heavy and mm ©lieIf Hardware R. H. W ALLACE & CO., Fine Tailoring. of Virginia and Vicinity ars Company, VIRGINIA, MINN. WIMWIlMUmWlinWIWlWWUWWMWIlEii Do You Wear Clothes? YES!! Then Go to the Storo of H.SKUD&BR0. Where you can get 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. rnmmrnrnmmmmmmm To The Ladies 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. InV.r^lnUCa.hftore^hwtnutSt., JfrS, H. Strelllail. O. D. KINNEY, PRES. E. Z. GRIGGS, CASHIER, BANK °i VIRGINIA, .Does A General Banking Business.. J-^ECEIVES DEPOSITS, Issues Foreign a...

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. — 10 January 1896

THE -J®-: -4. 1 •1 I I 1 I 1 'm I a \v •I VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA, MINN. W. EvHANNAFORD, Publisher. FOREIGN NOTES OF INTEREST. —Saint Saeus will not appear again in public as a pianist. He gave up prac­ ticing two' years ago for laek of time, lie say» that in him "the composer has filled the pianist." When Kins Thelaw of Burma was hroued the English left him an estate ins own country for his maintenance. now propose to seine on the income it in order to pay his creditors. -Georg Uensehel has just had a new •no made from his own designs by •adwood. The case is of solid oak, exact shape of a harp: it rests on six 'itus. connected by horizontal beams, lie pedal rods are coucealed between oluiuns. uigi Arditi, the "II Baeio" Arditi conducted Italian opera at Castle en in 1850 before becoming the nailer at Covent garden, has written his reminiscences, which will be edited by the Barouess von Zedlitz, aud pub­ lished soon. —There is great scarcity of breadstuffs in South Africa at pr...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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