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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 10 January 1896

m^: W%1 h» "M 8 #1'» TU© MosftJnheillihy Oit^* in Europe. At St., Pet^tabuNr the average yearly deaths aris from 250Q. fo 3000 In excess *?,?. lnrths a population of nearly ?o5& *?n* *n ^e years from 1868 to 18&- the death rate varied from 29.7 per thousand to 88.6, while the births were only ai.l per thousand. In 1883, ^5,171 children were born alive, while there were 30,150 deaths, au excess in this year of about 5000. But these fig­ ures are apt to be misleading. The workmen who come up to the capital al HMft invariably -leave their wives and children in the provinces. Thus, many births take place in the provinces which are not reckoned to the account of thfe capital, The fact that about 78 per cent, of the population are over sixteen years of ape testifies to the Universality bf the practice of leaving the children in the country. The same fact Is demonstrated by the presence of twelve taeh to every tt»u Wotuen In St. Petersburg, whereas in most to\vns this proportion 1$...

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. — 10 January 1896

S \V. A. Crawford, DDLDTH, SOUTH SHORE & ATLANTIC RAEWAY. FIS EST SERVICE OUT OF DULVTH. XEfT BUFFET DINISQ CARS, LATEST MODEL WAQ1TEB PALACE SLEEPING CABS. For Canada, Boston and New York. GOING Bead down 4:60 pin I Lv. 9 Q5 am Lv. 8:10 am Lv. H:35 pm Ar. 8:50 pm Ar. GOING. Boston Lv .. New York Lv Lower Miohigan Service. Read down. uiiiutuiiuuiuiiuiuiiiiiiiiuuiiiuiuiiumiuumuii ^-GO TO. The Fair Store! —MMMI For Bargains. We Are Selling Cheaper T^an Ever Children's Caps,, Tam O'Shanters and Leggins. German Worsted, ©panisii f\T Zphyr RETURNING. 4:00 pm Lv Dulnth Ar 10:40 am 5:15 pm 6:02 pm 9:45 pm Bead up. 11:30 am 4:35 pm 7:22 am 7 00 am Lv.... Mackinaw Olty.. Ar Ar Bay City Lv Ar Saginaw Lv Ar Detroit Ar Milwaukee and Chicago Service. ~INQ. RETURNING. R„ad down. Bead up. 4:00 pm Lv Duluth Ar 111:20 am 8:16 pm Lv Saxon Ar 6:5oam (C. y. W. liailxcay.) 3:33am Ar Appleton ..Ar 11:28 pm 7:l0am)Ar Milwaukee. Arl 7:15pm 9:30 am Ar Chicago Lv 5:00 pm Ocean Steamship Tickets for Salo....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 17 January 1896

Jfi! VOL 3. Chestnut Street, COMPANY, A AGKNT8 FOR. RADIANT HOME STOVES. Call and See Our Assortment. A Full and Complete Stock of Heavy and ©helfvHarc!ware Presoott & Mars K. H. \9 ALLACE & CO., .eeoee Fine Tailoring. W!m O. D. KINNEY, PRES. change. Deposit*. VIRGINIA, MINN. kiiAiAMAAAiiiiM innnininint'""""""1""""""1""1""'" 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. inwwinWB linHiHiIiiili Iffll To The Ladies of Virginia and Vicinity:- v.rrrrr^i Mrs. H. Strehlau -has the best— Fall anil Mr Millimry stock north of St Paal and her prices are always very low. A hat placed In her hands will be trimmed in the neatest manner. Sstisfaction Guaranteed. Give her a call. imp Mrs, II. Strehlau. BANK a VIRGINIA, oes A General JBanking Business— ECEIVES DEPOSITS, Issues Foreign Mid Domestic Ex Sea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 17 January 1896

p., VIRGINIA. MINN. W, E. HAHNAFOHD, PuWfcW. FOREIGN NOTES OF INTEREST. —Both Oxford and Cambridge now have university hockey teams, —A small Irish Jew boy of 12 has just eloped from Dublin with a young wom­ an of 25. —Japan will hereafter manufacture her own torpedoes she is said to have one of Japanese invention that is far superior to the Whitehead. —There- are ,48.000 artists in Paris, more than half1-of them painters. The number of paintings sent in to the ex ht bit ions, last year was about 40,000. —Mrs. Keeley, the venerable actress whose niuetieth birthday was recently celebrated in London, sang the "Mer* maid's Song" in a performance of Obe* ron. conducted by Weber himself, in lo26. —A temperance banquet was given to the mayor ot Southport, England, re­ cently, at which the drinks were orange champagne, ginger champagne, lemon­ ade, giuger ale, gingerette, winterine and coffee. —Coal dust ia successfully used as fuel for boilers by a process invented by a German named Wegen...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 17 January 1896

I &T it •*"*8* V?£s- t" *t. te V' f- fSfc -"'. $£'•! i^fe Take Care Of ytitli- Jthy tone your 8 your anpei ii mpurlues Sarsaparilla The One true Blood l*urlfier. $1 0 for $5. Uood's Pills 5?i',yj!K''uar.w'ttiH'w'' KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment When rightly used The many, who live bet­ ter thai! others and enjoy life More* trith the value to health of the pure^ liquid laxative principled., embraced in the iemedyj Syrup of Figs. Its excellence is due to its presenting in the form most acceptable and pleas­ ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a perfect lax­ ative effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers ana permanently curing constipation. It has given satisfaction to millions and met with the approval of the medical profession, because it acts on the Kid­ neys, Liver and Bowels without weak­ ening them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable substance* Syrup of Figs...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 17 January 1896

farm JUlii noise Bead down Ar •»^GO Children's Caps. Tam O'Shanters and Leggins. W. A. Crawford, DULUTH, SOUTH SHORE & ATLANTIC RAttWAY. FjyjSST SERVICE OUT OF DVLVT1I. \EIV BUFFET DIXIItQ CAE8, LA TKST MODEL WAGSER PALACE SLEEPING CARS. For Canada, Boston and New York. TO_^ The Fair Store! MUMMM For Bargains. •MMM We Are Selling Cheaper Tban Ever German Worsted, Spanish Zephyr F\T REDUCED PRIGE.S. RETCBNIS#. Read up. 4:00 pm l-Lv ...Duluth Ar 9 85 am I Lv..,S. Ste. Marie Lv 8:10 am 1 Lv Montreal Lv 8:S pm Ar Boston Lv 8:50 pm Ar New York Lv 11:20 am 5:45 pm 0:10 pm 9:00 am 6:25 pm Lower Michigan Service. GOIKG. BETTTRXIKQ Read up. UULMU. Hi. Read down. 4:00 pm Lv Dulnth Ar 11:20 am 10:40 am Lv—Mackinaw City.. Ar 4:35 pm 6:15 pm Ar Bay City Lv 8:02 pm Ar Saginaw Lv 8:45 pm Ar Detroit Ar 7:22 am 00am Milwaukee and Chicago Service. C.OING. REEUBXISQ. Read down. Read up. 4:00 pm Lv Dulnth Ar 111:20 am 8:16 pm Lv Saxon Ar 6:55 am (C. & A'. IF. Railway.) 3:33 am Ar Apple ton Ar 1...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 31 January 1896

VOL. 3. Chestnut Str reel, Prescott & Mars COMPANY, AGKNTS FOR, RADIANT HOME STOVES. Call and See Our Assortment. A Full and Complete Stock of Heavy and^^. Shelf Hardware Prescott & Mar E. H. W ALLACE & CO., of Virginia and Vicinity In ViWMKiCashstl' o. D. KINNEY, PEES. 9 Fine Tailoring. VIRGINIA, MINN. iiiiiiumiiiiimmuuiuiiiiiimiimmiiiiiiuiuiiimi| Do You Wear Glotbes? I 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. 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. Sstisfaction Guaranteed. Give her a call. ail MrS, H. HtFChlclll. BANK SS VIR6INIA, toes A General Banking Business. j^ECEIVES DEPOSITS, Issues Foreign and Domestic Ex­ change. Sea Steamship Ticke...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 31 January 1896

THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA. MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, Publisher. FOREIGN NOTES OF INTEREST. —.V froe school in Dahomey, conduct­ ed by an Englishman. has been closet! by the Freuch goveruor on the ground that all languages were taught there except French. —Mine. Jeanne Hugo, the graiuldaugh­ ter of Victor Hugo, who was recently divorced from her husband, Alphouse Daudet's son. is a bout to marry a young doctor in Paris. —Among Dr. Donaldson Smith's dis­ coveries in the region of I .a ke Rudolph is that of the existence of fifteen uew tribes of Africans. one of them of dwarfs, none over five feet in height. —Stanley and Monteney Jephson, the only white survivors of the expedition for the relief of Emin Pasha, have just erected a brass tablet in Kilmore c-hureh to the memory of their comrade. Sur­ geon Park. Doctors at Montrcuil. near Paris, refuse to give their services to the mu­ nicipal dispensary, because a woman has been appointed to serve in it one day in the week. Their grie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 31 January 1896

The nerves upon pure blood, and they will be your faithful servants and not tyrannical masters you will not be nervous, but strong, cheerful and happy. To have pure blood, and to keep it pure, take Hood's Sarsaparilla Hood's 1*1 lis cure all liver Ills. 25 cents A Thrlity Maine WomAii. Talk about nerve! A. CariboU dentist tells the Journal that a woman came td Inspection, replied that it woiild be ail easy tooth to pull: whereupon the Suf­ ferer remarked: "Wal, I'm elad A blacksmith promised to pull thfc tooth Jvith a pair of pinchers, and I kites* I'll let hiui do the job, if the tooth IS cbmih' easy. And away &hi? went, leading ah hiui do »sv." Ah jrnze at her in wonder as she started, for the blacksmith's Shop.—LewiSttm (Me.) Journal. Strartgo Superstition. For many years foreign furriers, have no­ ticed that all the skins of Polar bfeaM which they have received have been muti­ lated by the loss of the nose. A Parisian furrier has discovered that this is the re­ sult of a sup...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 31 January 1896

S3? "W-.s-~ x- Lower Michigan Service. GOIHG. Read down. 4:00 pm I Lv. Dulnth... 10:40 am 6:15 pm 02 pm 9:46 pm Lv [he Fair Store! /^&7^MlwwiMlvwiMPVN^wnpvww*Mw|vwwwww^pwvv For Bargains. We Are Selling Tl)an Ever. Children's Caps* Tam O'Shanters and Leggins. F\T German Worsted, Spanish Cheaper Zephyr RETURNING. Read up. ....Ar 111:20 am 4:35 pm 7:23 am 7 00am Lv Mackinaw City.. Ar I Ar Bay City Lv Ar Saginaw Lv I Ar Detroit Ar Milwaukee and Chicago Service. GOING. REET7RNINQ. Read down. Read up. 4:00 pm Lv Duluth Ar 111:20 am 8:16 pm Lv Saxon Ar 6:56 am (C. A y. W. Railway.) 3:33 am I Ar Appleton Ar 111:28 pm 7:10 am I Ar Milwaukee Ar I 7:15pm 9:30 am Ar Chicago Lv 5:00 pm Ocean Steamship Tickets for Sale. Boo Pacific line for Pacific Coast Points. T. H. LAEKE, Com'l Agent, 426 Spaulding House Bloek Duluth. inn. Dulnth & Iron Range Railway. PASSENGER TIME TABLE. (In effect Nov. 25rd, 1895.) NORTH BOUND. Lv, uth 3:15 pm. woHarbors 4:16 Allan Junction 6:00 Biwabik 6:40 Kinlev ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 7 February 1896

—1 VOL. 4. Prescott & Chestnut Street, IVWW UVU«I Guaranteed. mm mm 1 Prescott & Mars COMPANY, ft AGKXTS FOR. RADIANT HOME STOVES. Call and See Our Assortment. A Full and Complete Stock of Heavy and ma 3helf Hardware R. H. W ALLACE & CO., ^-09906 O Fine Tailoring. of Virginia and Vicinity Company, VIRGINIA, MINN. iiiimmuumiuiimmiuiiiimuitum Mill Do You Wear Clothes? YES!! Then Go to the Storo 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. To The Ladies Mrs. H. Strehlau -has the best— Fall and Winter Millinery stock north of St. Pail and her prices are always very low. A hat placed in her hands will be trimmed in the neatest manner. Sstisf action Give her a call. In Virginia Cash^Store.Chestnut St., VIRGINIA. M1WW# O. D. KINNEY, PRES. im# 91m, H. Strehlau. BANK VIRGINIA, Does A General Banking Business Receives change. Sea Steamship...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 7 February 1896

THE YIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA, MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, Publisher. CURIOUS CONDENSATIONS. Texas proposes to lay a tax of $50 on all umuairiod lueu i0 years old or more unless they ran make oath that they have tried to marry and failed. —It is said that the following sign is posted in a puWie park iu England: "Notice—All persons are cautioned to keep off the urass. eattle and (wultry included." -The limit Western railway the oth^r ihiy brought to PudiltliiiKtou, London, three and a half tons of gold that had leen brouglit over from New York to Plymouth. -The first- tea ever raised for the mar ka in Arkmuans watt offeml for-sale in Memphis recently. The consignment consisted of 300 pounds, and was of liue t|iial't. —The sea is infinitely more productive than the land. It is estimated that an acre of good fishing will yield more food in week than an acre of the best land ill yield in a year. -.Medical students at Athens are riot­ ous because women have boon admitted to the university....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 7 February 1896

-.1 I S "v #2- Nerves Dopesul upon the blood for sustenance. Therefore if the blood is irapture they are improperly fed and nervous prostration re­ sults. To make pure blood, take Hood's Sarsaparilla The Due True Blood Purifier. $) 6 for $5. Hnnrl'c OS lie cure habitual constlpa tlon. Price 25 cents. TRANSLATED THE CIPHER CODE. Au (i-citleut During the Affair with Chill 'loiu»ii.«tr:tttug Its luatlequacy. In vimv of the possibility of war the cipher rode of tho state department is lviviviug somo attention. It is said to ho so antiuuatod and so easy of transla­ tion thar it can be easily read without In* key. 1 Miring the negotiations with Chili a few years ago in regard to the indem­ nity. the Chilian minister often got ?he despatches from the state department to tin- American minister before the latter received them, and on one occasion he interrupted, a proposition with the re­ mark. "1 think you have not seen your latest instructions from Washington. If yon wish 1 will furnish yo...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 7 February 1896

^aJSSMSidmmmm^m 5 fff SECOND: THIRD: W. A. Crawford, GO TO. DUIUTH, SOUTH SHORE & ATLANTIC RAILWAY. jrmcsr Milwaukee and Chicago Service. GOING. REEPRNING. Bead down. Read up. 4:00 pra Lv Duluth Ar 11:20 am 3:16 pm I Lv Saxon Ar 6:55 am (C. Jt If. W. Railway.) 3:31 am Ar Appleton Ar 11:28 pm 7:10 am I Ar Milwaukee Ar 7:15pm 9:30am I Ar Chicago Lv 5:00 pm Occan Steamship Tickets for Sale. Soo Pacific line for Pacific Coast Points. T. H. UAHKB, The Fair Store! aaam&UMMM MMMMMMM IMMMMAMMMMMMM B^or Bargains. We Are Selling Cheaper Tban Ever. 33 Children's Caps* Taiii O'Shanters and Levins. German Worsted, Spanish Zephyr SERVICE OUT OF DULUTH. KKW BUFFET DIXIXG CASS, LATEST MODEL WAQXER PALACE SLEEPING CAMS. For Canada, Boston and New York. OOI3GI liead down 4:00 pm Lv Duluth Ar 0 O5 am Lv S. 8te. Marie Lv 8:10 am Lv Montreal Lv 8:36 pm Ar Boston Lv 8:60 pm Ar New York Lv Ccnn'l Agent, 426 Spauldlng House Block Duluth. Minn. Diilatb & Iron Range Railway. PASSENGER TIME TABLE....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 14 February 1896

Mkia I .1 VOL 4. Prescott & Mars COMPANY, A AGENTS FOR. RADIANT HOME STOVE©. Call and See Our Assortment. A Full and Complete Stock of Heavy Shelf Hardware Prescott Mars Chestnut Street, R. H. VS ALLACE & CO., Fine Tailoring. of Virginia and Vicinity KINNEY, VIRGINIA, MINN. iiiimiiiiiuiiimuiiinmuiiniiiiiiiiUi'iMii'iimifii Do You Wear Clothes? YES!! Then Go to the Store of 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. 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 in her hands will be trimmed in the neatest manner. Guaranteed. Give her a call. In Virginia Cash Store. Chestnut St.. VIRGINIA. MINN. Sea change. Deposits 4 A General Banking Business. ECEIVES DEPOSITS, Issues Foreign and Domestic Ex A hat placed Sstis faction Mrs, II. Strehlau. GRIGGS, CASHIER. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 14 February 1896

^•X:*\:J?K itt-v THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA. MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, Publisher. IOUS CONDENSATIONS. —The private estates of the Czar cover 1.000,000 square miles. —The Bank of Frauee is four times as large as the Bank of England. Attempts are now being made to acclimatize Scottish prou.se in Denmark. -Sevcnteeu transatlantic cables have been laid, but only seven are in use. 1 he others have given out. —There are i»7,000 women telegraph operators in the United States, and the uuinber is constantly growing. The Book of Job, written about 1M0 B. C., describes very accurately several processes of smelting metals. —Toledo has 110,000 people living on 28V.i square miles of ground. The city is worth $14,88.'*,-140, aud its bonded debt is $4,708,275. —The llo,000 people of Columbus art not in the lowst crowded together for their city is laid out over ll»Vt square miles of territory. —The annual increase of the lienuan nation during the last five years has been more than five times as m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 14 February 1896

& •iv BEST IN THE WORLD. dk\waav\\\u «kw4 Wt OMvpcvtssm* Xa\\QXV \tUV4 \KttVVfrWft&: »ill^33LABOR** .t tlx- Chinook, jtnlsrin^' by the story that I'lusliinjr hhhicitr re.died l'H\ ItytiS kl'ifih." To this ,tht fcs'ryitt1 sai.d: .''Yuniping yinuuiny tMlarS ami .all iuy clothe^? Nt by gitl ecrsnaji! 1 *11 give, you $2.5(1 tn.fr watch iiml OvercUat." It is iiiiuH'es$ary to Mate that the irf{Vr lady friend tells the sufferer to try Lydia E. Pi'ntftai/i'sYegetable Compound because it has cured her. The following letter shows the result of that trial, anil is a sample of thousands of similar cases happening daily. I had been very sick for along time doctored with many prominent physi­ cian?. They pronounced my case dys­ pepsia, aqfl said there was a tendency to cancer of the womb. There was a sense of fulness and weight in stomach after meals, loss of appetite, and offensive belching of wind, dizziness, 'all gone' feeling in pit of the stomach headache, heartburn, palpi­ tation at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 14 February 1896

1 llll^ MMMi AAA of THIRD: FOURTH: 4:00 pm 10:40 am 6:15 pm 02 pm 9:45 pm Lv Dulnth 3:33 am 7:10 am 9:30 am AR AR BUHNTH. LV GO TO^ The Fair Store! THE BEST ASSORTMENT OF EARLY SPRING STOCK 0F BRY 6O0DS DTISY ARRIVEB.. The British Safety Principle of Life Insurance Improved and Implied in America by- The Fidelity Mutual Life Association. ?N BRITAIN, life insurance is from two to three times older than it is in America. It is recognized as a distinct science. While the British System is good, has stood the test of nearly three centuries, the saftety feature adopted by the FIDELITY, known a» the "FOUSE SYSTEM," is superior. It assumes FIRST! Thnt valuea of real estate, railroad securities, ities of all kinds, cumiot SECOND: That the rate of interest varies securities, and a receiver. in &T W. A. Crawford, DULCTH, SOUTH SHORE & ATLANTIC RAILWAY. WISEST SERVICE OUT OF DULUTH. IfEW BUFFET DIXIXG CARS, LATEST MODEL JFAGXER PALACE SLEEPING CAES. For Canada, Boston and New York. OOI...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 21 February 1896

J. i\ VOL. 4. Chestnut Street, Prescott & Mars COMPANY, AGENTS FOR. RADIANT HOME STOVES. Call and See Our Assortment. A Full and Complete Stock of Heavy and •^"^©tielf Hardware Prescott & Mars Company, B. H. W ALLACE & CO Fine Tailoring. Virginia Furniture Company, We are now prepared to furnish the People of Virginia and Vicinity with urn of From the Very Cheapest to the Most Elaborate. Call in and get our prices before buying Elsewhere. PICTURE FRAMES WADE TO ORDER. UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING IN ALL BRANCHES tsr Calls answered Day and Night. ^F1 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. Sstisfaction Guaranteed. Give her a call. in Vtrgti^aCMto St., Ml* AlMjPfeVftlfl'U* VIRGINIA, MINN.— s, fa- PW9VWWWWWWWW* niimii NEWS FROM THE.IR0N MINES. /.vnaiijsn.vfi so TICS RELATIVE TO OV...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 21 February 1896

Ji ft* CURWUS cosemATtoss: year. —-Tht§e Loud' beeu fined frozen over solidly —Tho river NeviU at St. Petersburg. —Inluelaud codfish beaten to a powder are used as bread. —According to one of the London fa sli^" ion writers the camellias are the newest't and suiartest flowers. —No 'girl who has not (lone growiiig should be allowed to bicycle to aijy very great extent, says Lady en no. —All the rivers which flow Arctic ocean bottom 'during a into the haves sifing f8r jobs, contrary to act. —The Orinoco is only 1000 miles in length, fcut is much larger than might be suppose}], owing- toy the. heavy rains of the tropics. —We have iu Alaska one of the .great­ est rivers o»f the avqtM,**h* Kwiebpak. It is believed to be more than 1800 miles long. —Sixty cents an oath is what Qr&yer Reeves jot' Red Bank, K. J., li|t{^o nti}' by order of court for. uittfrTiffg sTXjx plotivea at a bystander. v— —A section, of Tom Paine's »Urain is on exhibition in London. The Pail Mall Gazette says that...

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