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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 21 February 1896

:X IT \•$*. f"*,e^ fe. AN INVITATION, It Gives Hi Pleasure toPubUth the Fol­ lowing Announcement. AH women snfteringf rom any form of illness peculiar to their se&. gre requested to communicate promptly with Mrs. Pinkham, at Lynn, Mass. AH letters are received, opened, read and answered by women only. A woman can freely talk of her private illness to a woman: thus has been es­ tablished the eternal confidence between Mrs. Pinkham and the women of Ameri­ ca. This confidence has Induced more than inkhi 100.000 Women to write Mrs. Pinkham for advice during the last few months. Think what a volume of experience she has to draw from! No physician living ever treated so many cases of female ills, and from this vast experience sUrely it is more than possible she has gained the very knowledge that Iwill help yoiit C(J St\ She is glad to have you fwrite or call Upon heh You will find her a tvohlah full of sympathy, tvith a great .desire to assist thbse who are sick. If her medi­ cine is ...

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. — 21 February 1896

Ar\f\ ^OO TO- I#.- A. Crawford, DULUTH, SOUTH SHORE & ATLANTIC RAILWAY. jrnrj&sr Milwaukee and Chicago Service. OOIHO. REEUBNING. R«ad down. Read up. 4:00 pm Lv Duluth Ar 111:20 am 8:1* pm Lv Saxon Ar 6:55 am (C. Jt -T. W. Raihcay.) 8:88 am Ar Apple ton Ar 7:10 am I Ar Milwaukee Ar 9:30 am Ar Chicago Lv The Fair Store! THE BEST ASSORTMENT Of EARLY SPRING STOGK or BRY GOODS dfelST 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 aa the "FOUsE SYSTEM," is superior. It assumes FIRST! That values of real estate, railroad securities, government and corporate secur­ ities of all kinds, cannot be fixed or guaranteed by law, and that, therefore, it is u...

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. — 6 March 1896

YOL. 4. ^jk I Chestnut Street, r-n R. H. Prescott & Mars COMPANY, A ......<p></p>RADIANT AGENTS FOK STOVES. ktkn&nn«i«*cn^'r rninvmit 70r«'irjrjrj-£*f£ «jrre? 'j»4»#iF/yi»»,#rffr^^ r*w«,ai».*jp^'flrr^rjwri7/TJJ Call and See Our Assortment. A Full and Complete .Siode of He f:ivy and •».«!/» *S^t- •«--»-1"-•« nia Wo arc t-«rawa avww -.jrw WVA dow From the Very Cheapest to the Most Elaborate. Call in and get our prices before buying Elsewhere. PICTURE FRAMES MADE TO ORDER. UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING IN ALL BRANCHES Aj£'.<p></p>THE 3 a a Calls answered Day and Night. _4FJ VIRGINIA. MINN. To The Ladies of Virginia and Vicinity.'rcxxcc^xrcrc: Jn Virginia Oa^l^Chestnut St., 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. HOME VIRGINIA, MINN. W ALL ACE & CO., "^.©•3000 Fine Tailorin...

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. — 6 March 1896

THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA, MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, Publisher. WILD WEST WAIFS. —Bears have come out of their winter tjunrtors in Washington. —The bean crop of Santa Barbara anil Ventura countics, al., is estimated to be worth $1,000,000. —An extensive deposit of valuable marble has been discovered twelve miles a* est of Fort Laraiuie. I -Many fish have been killed in Wy I oming the present winter by the streams freezing to the bottom. —California cattle are being shipped to the Eastern markets, and Nevada cat tie to the San Francisco market. —Tlie various oil companies operating near Casper, Wyo., have engaged nearly every freighting outfit in Casper and vi oinity to haul rigs and supplies to the wells. —The olive industry is taking quite a boom in the Bear and San Pasqual val leys in California. From 10.000 to 15, HH trees will be planted in these valleys this season. A band of Oregon horses, in transit to Kentucky, a few days ago, says the llaiJev Times, was taken from the e...

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 March 1896

lloileil Wat or anil Impurities. It is v'!n'rjil«y Itolievt'd that the most fyiitmiv WiUoc oji ln vviuloml pure by «,:l,n.ii'. »»hl v? that in this wo havt au lib* Milmv wi tVinuml it gainst tho 11 angers of \v:i«»v \i:t 'ihiiii}» tliscnso yenns. Now, \niilr if is triu that boiluis: will kill thi Vonns of tlisoaso. yet tlu? fiu-t has boon *»rujjhr to our iiotico by so liijrli mi au •tluiriiy lr. t'harlos M. Oivssou that, v. h'h- !miliiuA Kills tho goruis of a iiar liri'hir «lv-oast\ it yet, in reality, rentiers i' water «mre impure than it was bo lio»\".*Vse. ly the very death of these «ii Mas, \iea«l oiftunie niauer is allowed to •remain in the water, which it pollutes by »MS*refaetiou. llenee. while boilins is •most oM-olloiM' iirecaution against tne oe .n rem of typhoid fever or similar dis ••ases. when \w have oecasiou to think the jj'Tins or' these diseases exist in the water that drink, yet we must re nii«niWr t!i tMs IxriliUj does not purify till* wntet it simply removes from...

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. — 6 March 1896

1 GO 3 33 Dl'Ll'TH, SOUTH SHORE & ATLANTIC RAILWAY. ID am pin 8:50 pm HH The Fair Store! FIXEST SEHVICE Off OF Dlf.UTII. XEH ISCFFET DTXIXti CARS, LATEST MODEL Hi HX Ell J'ALACE SLEEFI.W CARS. For Canada, Boston and New York, 1 ii down Lv. R-.' .j am TO^+ THE BEST ASS0RTMENT OF EARLY SPRING STOCK er BRV 6O0DS JHST ARRIVEB. The British Safety Principle of Life Insurance Improved id Iirrplied in America by- The fidelity Mutual Lile Association, JN HKlTAlX, lirV insurance is from two to throe times older than it is in America. It is iv.-oumze-i as distinct srienee. While the British System is cood. lias stood the -s- test of nearly three centuries, the saftetv feature adopted by the FIDELITY, known is the "i-'Ol'SE SS'STEM," is superior. It assumes FIRST: That values of real estate. railroad seeurities, government and corporate secur­ ities of all kirnis, rannot be fixed or guaranteed by law, and that, therefore, it is unscientific, improper, and In many eases fsitnl, to fix a rese...

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. — 13 March 1896

Chest COMPANY, AGENTS FOR, RADIANT HOME STOVES. C:\Ii and See Our Assortment. e^c^©^©^ A Fall and Complete Stock of Heavy and Shelf Hardware Fresco!! & Mars Company, rn f/vTiff TWTVT i"B.Ti r*^- *».ivv?K?v« rr~i K. H. 'WALLAOE & CO., -^•©eeo Fine Tailoring. 0i uw JW jw^wwww*w^»wvwawt*w«iw wwvwwwiwiiw»vi & Mars VIRGINIA, MINN. Furniture Company, We are now prepared to furnish the People of Virginia and Vicinity with Call in and get our prices before buying Elsewhere. FIBMT Of From the Very Cheapest to the Most Elaborate. PICTURE FRAMES MADE TO ORDER. UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING IN ALL BRANCHES of Virginia and Vicinity Guaranteed, Give Calls answered Day and Night. .Jggfl VIRGINIA. MINN. 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 her a call. In Vir^UUa Cbest-nut St., II. $4]*elllail THE PEOPLE VOTE "YES." The R...

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 March 1896

THE YIR6INIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA. MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, Publisher. CURIOUS CONDENSATIONS. —The Sultan of Turkey is enabled to Imy new bounets for the ladies of his harem frequently, as his daily income is $L'0.0«X). --In Arizona, which has an Indian pop­ ulation of ."7.000. not a single white man has been killed by an Indian during the past year. —The Illinois supervisors have started a fund with which to build a monument to Hen. Clarke, the hero of Fort Gage. —Perhaps one of the best conducted, although not one of the best known, of botanic gardens in Great Britain is the royal garden, at Glasnevin, Dublin. —The floods af the Nile are so regular in their eoniiug that for hundreds of years they have not varied ten days in the date of their arrival at a given point. —The 00.000 operative of Fall River, Mass.. live on forty-one square miles. The city is very rich for its size, being valued at !^U),r34.005. while the public debt is only ."2.050.45)4. In the reign of Canute, no guardia...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 13 March 1896

'J 1 JL. .•' ...I. OLD INSCRIPTIONS. So»ne Forviltlo Oiicb Over tl»® Triple OnoiwHy of Milan Cathtwlrftl. Over the triple doorway of the Cathe­ dral of Milan there are Have inscrip­ tions spanning the splendid arches. Over oi! is carvod a beautiful wreath of roses ami underncnth is the legend: "All I hat pleases is but tor a moment." Over another is sculptured a cross, and those are the wolds underneath: "v\l! tlnu troubles is luit for a mo IIIOl!4 Hut underneath the great central en tranee in the main aisle is the inscrip­ tion' "That only is important which li eternal. WP are Poisoned by Air Ami Water When ilit\y remain the ucrtns of tnnlarld. iiniiihihue these and avoid or conquetf eliills and I'ever. billons remittent or dumb Wfiie. nse persistently and regularly Hostet' ter Stoinaeh Hitters, which alsti remedied lyspepsia, liver I rouble, constipation, loss of strength, nervousness, rheumatism aud kidney enmi!aint. Apiietite find sleep are improved by tlas thorough medicinal Ag...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 13 March 1896

W. A. PuauuuiMdiMUtumiiiiiuiuMuuiiiiuiimtiiiiiimiiiiiiiii 1 GFLRPETS! GFLRPETS! FINEST SERVICE OUT OF HULUTH. SEW BUFFET VISLSG CARS, LATEST MODEL WAGSER PALACE SLEEPING CARS. For Canada, Boston and New York. GOING RETURNING. Head down Read up. 4:00pm Lv Dulutta Ar 11:20 am 9 05 am Lv S. Ste. Marie Lv 5:45pm 8:10am Lv Montreal Lv 9:10pm 8:35 pm Ar Boston Lv 9:00 am 8:50 pm Ar New York Lv 6:25 pm Lower Michigan Service. GOING. Head down. 4:00 pm I Lv... 10:40 am Lv.. 5:15 pm Ar... 02 pm Ar.. 3:45 pm 1 Ar.. Milwaukee and Chicago Service. GOING. Read down. 4:00 pm Lv. 8:10 pm Lv (C. & 3:33 am 7:10 am 9:30 am Ar The Fair Store! REEURNING. Read up. ..Duluth Ar ..Saxon Ar -V. W. Railway.) .Appleton 11:20 am 6:55 am at Appleton 11:28 pm 7:15 pm 5:00 pm Ar Milwaukee Ar Ar. Chicago Lv Ocean Steamship Tickets for Sale. Soo Pacific line for Pacific Coast Points. T- H. LARKE, Com'l Agent, 426 Spaulding House Block Duluth. Minn. Duluth & lion Range Railway. PASSENGER TIME TABLE. (In effe...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 20 March 1896

-r": VOL. 4. Chestnut Street, LL Prescott & Mars COMPANY, Ti AGKNTS FOR, RADIANT HOME STOVES. Call and See Our Assortment. .®^e- A Full and Complete Stock of Heavy and—— Shelf Hardware Prescott & Mars €imtpaiiy, R. H. W ALLACE & CO., esoae Fine Tailoring. Virginia Furniture Company, We are now prepared to furnish the People of Virginia and Vicinity with iiiBi of ninmi From the Very Cheapest to the Most Elaborate. Call in and get our prices before buyiog Elsewhere. PICTURE FRAMES MADE TO ORDER. UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING IN ALL. BRANCHES XW Calls answered Day and Night. dSFJ VIRGINIA. MINN. To The Ladies of Virginia and Vicinity r-fi VlT?iiil:i f'iifih Stnro. Ohrstrml St. VfRftTNTA. MINN. Mrs. H. .Strehlau —has the best— Fall and Winter Millinery stock north or St. Paul and her prices are always very low. A hat placed in her hands will be trimmed in the neatest manner. Guaranteed. Give her a call: VIRGINIA, MINN. a Sstis faction Mi-h, H. Strolilan. IT IS A BIG AFFAIR The M...

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 March 1896

THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA, MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, Publisher, CURIOUS CONDENSATIONS. Ilsnr dye is considered so detrimental tt long life that a Paris insurance com­ pany refuses-to insure the lives of per­ sons who use it. —The eity of San Salvador, capital of tlie Central American republic of the same name, is called the Swinging Mat, "it account of its numerous earthquakes. -The aeeession of Ti• i^ueen Victoria to the throne of England took place ou lite 'JU'h of June. 1837: the proclama­ tion of such event on the day follow­ ing. -The total number of capital letters in die whole Bible is KHi.tHJO of small capitals, t"Si7. and of lower case 8,432, r'A'5. IS rand total of letters, including one Ac, 3,r»tU,48l. —Mexico imports leather from Europe, exporting for it green hides. There is a ureal opportunity for tanneries in Mex­ ico. the cascalote beau furnishing good tannin. -Hordes doiug a great amount of work for various government depart­ ments, the inmates of I'arkhurst con...

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 March 1896

Scrofula Infests the blood of humanity. It iippoura iti varied forms, but is forced to yiekl to IKuul's Sarsaparilla, which purities and vitalizes the blood and cures all siu-h diseases. Kead this: "In September, 1S!H, 1 made a misstep and injured my unkle. Very soon afterwards, A Sore two inches neros formed and in walking to favor it I sprained my ankle. lUie sore became wbrse 1 could not put my bdot On and 1 thought I should liavo to give lip at every step. I coulil not get any relief and had to stop work. 1 read of tk cure of a similar case by Hood's Sarsapariila and concluded to try it. Before I had taken all ol two bottles the sore had healed and thfe swelling had gone down. My Foot is now well and 1 have been greatly bene­ fited o'herwise. I have increased in weight and am in better health. 1 cannot say enough in praise of Hood's Sarsapariila." Mrs. 11. HI-AKE. South Berwick, Maine. This and other similar cures prove that Hood's Sarsapariila N O if A is S Troii ire 1 on', by ...

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 March 1896

*««WMNn«l 2 FIRST: THIRD: W. A. Lower Michigan Service. ooxso. Head down. 4":fl0 pm 10:40 am 6:15 pm 03 pm 9:45 pm "•J*",. Fbr cates and GFLRPETS! GFLRPETS! The Fair Store! invvtvvmvfmmmvfpravvvfMvffwvvi Is this season showing the finest liie of CARPETS! Brussels and Ingrains of the Latest Patterns, which are being sold at Prices Within the Reach of All Sold by sample with the aid of the PETER­ SON'S CARPET EXHIBITOR. Car­ pets made to fit any room with or without border, as desired. THE FAIR STORE, M. H. MARTIN, Proprietor. The British Safety Principle of Life Insurance Improved and Implied in America. The Fidelity Mutual Life Association. N BRITAIN, life insurance is from two to threo times older than it is in America. It is recoguize'i as a distinct science. While the British System is good, has stood the test of nearly three ceDturies, the saftetv feature adopted by the FIDELITY, known "FOUSE SYSTEM," is superior. If as the It assumes That values of real estate, railroad securit...

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. — 27 March 1896

I ii s&lf VVr' :V-•, .' .v" Wr-^'-'^ VOL. 4. 1 Prescott & Mars Gompany. We Have Secured the Agcncy for tin Great and Only COLUMBIA, THE BEST WHEEL ON EARTH. ,.. We Also Carry The ..: HARTPOflD Bicycles of cheaper grades, and if you are in the market for a Wheel we feel assured we can satisfy you as to STYLK, tiKADK AND Pilli ES. PRESCOTT & MARS CO. Chestnut Street, Virginia Minn. fiif tit rr nafr •^•''iniir-fTiigtf*' AT MILLINERY and DRY GOODS EMPORIUM .. INCLUSIVE AND ON Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and APRIL 1 TO 4 Saturday, LATEST STYLES OF SPRING MILLINERY DRESS GOODS, DRY GOODS, Etc. Our Stock ia Complete and fresh, having been purchased direct from the markets within the past 30 days. Sutherland Block, Virginia, Minn. 9$ I **v *iw t-,~ /t3,"*r. HL'p*'* ^f|^I^P p'l^ .' 'r'% u" REPUBLICAN CONVENTION A HARMONIOUS ASSEMBLAGE II'1X11 DAVIS AM) McKIXLET AS FA VORITES. Monroe Klchol# Goes to St. Lmlis. From the accouuts received from the Republican county con­ vention at D...

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 March 1896

a-T-^ THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA. MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, Publisher. CURIOUS CONDENSATIONS. —Superstitious persons say that a wart rut off by tying a silk thread round it and drawing the ends tightly will never return. —The canopy of Mohammed's tomb at Mecca is made of the heaviest variety of Mack silk manufactured expressly for this purpose. —Pictot. the great Swiss ehemist. has found that a combination of sulphurous Miid carbonic acid gases possesses re­ markable power as a disinfectant. In Russian Poland all trains must stoj» at every station until the chief of police tor gendarmerie) of the place gives permission for their departure. —The Duke of Sutherland owns nearly the whole of the county of Sutherland. The urea of the county is 1.217,84t5 acres, and _the territory claimed by the duke is 1.17t5,4r4 acres. —All persons born in her majesty's.! dominions, whether of British or for-1 eign parents, are by the British law deemed to be British subjects also chil­ dren and gran...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 27 March 1896

I W .FemiHINK FARMING A Wohtan in Alabniuii \«i Agriculture PaJiHjr Oo -, tltoin th Troy, Alrt., thcro, is a wfrtnaii who is more than ordinarily successful farm rr. Sluj is Mrs BvU-k Hatha way. LIcr huslmlul dioU leaving her in debt. Thi» first thing fchp did was tb sell a surplus tmile for $U0: of this sihe used $40 iii making her crop. She tised two njb\vs nnd had but two children and tine hired ma,n tb make the lirop. S?he kept hot- hand On the throttle and Iter eyes oh the rail. Iu tvinding up the year she finds that she has made 24 bulp§ (if cot­ ton, 100 bushels tif corn atid iOCi bush­ els of potatoes. She has pleuiy bf tiieat td spare, besides having plenty tb run ner plate another year. She has riaid nearly $$00 on her debts, and i),ow she is one bf the happiest women to be fovilld. A Modern Invalid. tins fxstod medicinally, iu keeping with other luxuries. A remedy must be jileaS antly acceptable iu forth, purely .whole­ some in imposition, truly beneficial in effect and e...

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 March 1896

Virginia CITY |uiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiimmiiiiiiiiiininniimuiamiiiniimii Gf\RPETS! GflRPETS! MEAT MARKET, Fr?(l Engei & Co,, Prop:?. Fresh and Salt Meats, Fish and Game in Season. The Fair Store! W MMvvMfvvfwevvw Is this season showing the finest liue of CARPETS! Brussels and Ingrains of the Latest Patterns, which are being sold at Prices Within the Reach of All hestnut Street, Op, Calderwood P.kick. Virginia, Minn. FRANK JUTRASH, Tinner and Plumber. Cornice Work a Specialty. Ptove Pipes madt and Rivited and Stoves Re­ paired. Tin Roofing, Eaves Troughs, Etc. Shop on West Chestnut .St.. Virginia, Minn Bus and Baggage -LINE.- SETH SELLERS, Makes A II Trains, from all parts of the city. Livery Barn. T% Sold by sample with the aid of the PETER­ SON'S CARPET EXHIBITOR. Car­ pets made to nt any room with *)r without border, as desired. THE FAIR STORE M. II. MARTIN, Proprietor. R. H. W ALLACE & CO., ^••999 9 Fine Tailoring. Furniture Company, We are now prepared to furn...

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. — 3 April 1896

K'V., VOL. 4. APRIL 1 TO 4 Prescott & Mars We Have Secured the Agency for the Great Und Only COLUMBIA, THE BEST WHEEL ON EARTH. Chestnut Street, Virginia Minn. Grand Opening AT STREHLAIH MILLINERY and DRY GOODS EMPORIUM N)'.J3 VE. THE Company. We Also Carry The ... HARTFORD and Bicycles of cheaper grades, and if you are in the market for a Wheel we feel assured we can satisfy you as to STYLE, GRADE AND PRICES. PRESCOTT & MARS CO., ON Wednesday, Thursday, Friday Saturday, LATEST STYLES OF SPRING MILLINERY AND DRESS GOODS, DRY GOODS, ETC. Our Stock is Complete and fresh, having been purchased direct from the markets within the past 30 days. STREHLAU'S, Sutherland Block, Virginia, Minn. NEWS FROM THE IRON MINES. IXTHRESTlXO StWES RELATIVE TO OUR I'RIXl'IP. 1A INDUSTRY. Mesaba anil Other iron Ranges, The Genoa, on 34, 58-17, is oue of the most promising new devel­ opments on the range, a large body of rich ore having been proven there. The property, consisting of five forties, i...

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. — 3 April 1896

THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRQ1NIA, MINN. W. t. HANNAFORD, Publisher, FOREIGN NOlEs OF INTEREST. —Forty-two French convicts transport­ ed to Cayenne have succeeded in mak­ ing their escape during the last twelve months. -Don Jaynio de Bourbon, only son of the pretender Ion (.'alios, has entered the Russian army as a sublieutenant of dragoons. •—On the ground that they are too con­ spicuous in war times the gray horses nt' the Seeond dragoons, the Scots Grays, are to be suppresses and dark horses are to take their place. —Lieut. Walter Maxwell Scott, the great-great-grandson of Sir Walter Scott and the first male heir of Albbotsford since Sir Walter's own son, will come of age in April. Queen Victoria, it is said, will then make him a baronet. —(5rand Duke Michael Mi.chaelovitch of Russia has been pardoned by the Tzar. He was exiled for marrying the Countess von Torby. daughter of Prince Nicholas of Nassau by his .morganatic marriage with Pushkin's daughter. --On Manli (Jras. with a ma...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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