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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 25 January 1895

—t- yOL. COAL. SEE Prescott And Mars Co. Before Pairing Your Winters' Orders for COAL! Right Prices! Correct Weights!* Prompt Delivery! COAL AND WOOD HEATERS, New Designs. Chestnut St., Virginia, Minn. COAL. ••••••••••••a fcDVERTISIHB Creates many new business, Enlarges many aa old business, PDDDOQ I Revives many a dull business, Rescues many a lost business. Savesmany a failing business, Preserves many a large business, Secures success in any business. r~j ENTERPRISE HAS THE LARCEST CIRCULATION AND 18 THE r: BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM ON THE MESABA BASGE. lp$ ^ss .5 0 Lake Superior Iron Ore Piroduo- iion. We present below a stateftrfent of shipments of iron ore by mines, from the Lake Superior region for 1894. It shows that, with the all-rail shipments taken into account, the total for 1894 is 7,755,494 gross tons, or some­ what less than the estimate made in December, based upon the returns from upper shipping ports. in the year by the all-rail routes to furnacas in the lake region w...

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. — 25 January 1895

,vs THE VIRGINiypfiPSISE VIRSlJ^A, MINN. ft W. E. HANNAFORD, Publisher. CURIOUS CONDENSATIONS. Odessa is tho chief tallow market. —Tall iih'U are rarely tho strongest or the most intelligent. 1 -Tho Cnited States contain 18,1)00,000 land owners. -Chicago's doil congress. just closed, realized $(UKM for charity in two days. -It is said that more than $14.0tH.(H)0 is added each year to the capital invested in missions in India. ll is claimed that several times during the winter the mercury has been down to Jo decrees below zero at llonlton, Me. i'he Feast of Fools" was a name ?iven by the monks to the Christian holi ilay which took the place of the Saturna­ lia.' The Salvation army publishes twen­ ty eight \V ir Crys. printed in fourteen different la nonages, whose united circu­ lation is l-'.tMMi.tKM) copies jvyear. The-British and (iermaii Druids had a lestivul that nearly corresponded, in the time its observance, to our Christmas So n. \Ii\y 'JtO. the anniversary of the sign­ ing o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 25 January 1895

'Is?:-.. f- •PJk? $ml.' Slaughter of the Deer in Montana. Dorr :m Ih-mik slaughtered by the hun­ dreds by hunters and Indians in the Bad Lands of the Missouri, and it will be but few years when these pretty and harm­ less civu lures will lu ns scarce as buf­ falo are. IVivy Dorkings, who returned last Sunday from the Missouri river, re poris that a hand of Indians, in the short distance of forty miles, between the month of the Musselshell and ltocky Pointy had killed. 100 (User, and would have killed more had they not been run out of the country by the cowboys. Bet­ ter laws for the protection of our large same should be passed at the coming session of the Legislature.—Lewistown (Mon.) Democrat. Wild Cattle in Oregon. A herd of wild cattle has been roam­ ing the mountains between Kogue river and the south fork of the Umpqua in Oie^..u for twenty years, audit now num­ bers in the neighborhood of "00 cattle. 'I bey are wild as deer ami difficult to approach. The practical harm they wo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 25 January 1895

&0 TO gfti P. Good Business and Residence Lots for Sale on Easy Terms. Manufacturers of and Dealers In~™~ 331 We»t Superior 8t, A. D. BROWN, Contractor -AND- ESTIMATES FURNISHED. latent Styles. «§^-|4 ffiS££ *T FAIR: STORE FOR: GENERAL MERCHANDISE Groceries nd Provisions. B»ats nd Shoes, Dry Goods and Notions, Men's and Ialies' Furnishing Goods, A Complete Line of Hardware. Tinware, Crockery. Flour and Feed, Hay and Oats. Good Goods and Low Prices. Call and See Us. WL. H, MARTIN, PROP. W. SCOTT & CO., REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE. HOUSES AND STORES TO RENT. Fine Residence Lots For Sale, $5 Down and $5 Monthly Payments. D. H. Moon Lumber Company LUMBER, Improved Business and Residence Prop­ erty For Sale Cheap. Lath, Shingles, Pieee Stuff, Etc. Office at Millj Virgini Minn. THE DULUTH MUSIC CO., XIL UTff, JIIIJVJV. Il&ndle the following PIA OS AN» ORGANS: Steinway, Kir be, I vera & Pond, ftlehlin, Everett, Gabler & Bro. Smith & Barnes, Hall & Sons, and other ...

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

V* VOL. 2. fe (8 ft I •U ft £1353?* !JLL I COAL. MMi WATCH IT.. SEE Prescott And Mars Co Before Palcing Your Winters' Orders for COAL! Right Priees! Correct Weights! Prompt Delivery! COAL AND WOOD HEATERS, New Designs. Chestnut St., Virginia, Minn. Creates many ^^^±SSSeiiSiLMIMefgm COAL. A This Space Belongs To JASKSGH COMPANY, THE LEADING.. .. GENERAL MERCHANDISE DEALERS OF VIRGINIA. a fl)VERTISIH6 .'i new businees, Enlarges many aa old busi ^ss, Revives many a dull business, Rescues many a lost business. Saves many a failing business, Preserves many a large business, S«cures success in any busine •J 9 0 0 3 A STATE MINE INSPECTOR. Provisions of the Bill Introdueed By Senator Spenoer. The governor shall appoint ter the passage of this act The inspector shall be a practical miner. The governor may also appoint as many deputies aa he deems necessary for the purpose of discharging the duties of the proposed law. The inspector shall give a bond of 15,000 and °t tor. The duties of the m...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 1 February 1895

THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA, MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, Publisher. CURIOUS CONDENSATIONS. -Mexico has a pulque famine. Paper plates are used in some Ger­ man restaurants. —.More than twenty villages in Italy are in ruins owing to the reeeut earth­ quakes. -In certain Prussian restaurants a shilling is rhurged for the use of the table cloth. Of all the royal arms of Europe, those of limit The Dutch and Spaniards are the people of lOurope presenting the greatest contrast in national character. -The claim is made that Lake Erie pro­ duces more rtsh to the square mile than any l»ody of water on the globe. i,lu' Mum* iiud aj/ple!*, '•rs money in order delicacies. I he i-iaytnore in nt/tne five leet in ienutit, •a Mh it broad, Iwo--edged Made ^'tufiemt stegl, mut i" ii fioimtU, tiki bundle, it UiisHet hi)/ of "wh*. iitfiU' wMwu* of e,nh unitty (thin'#, I h• vw Itftoit W(IM worn ninl w,ia oii i'ShlM»fo» {'h.l/oMpbia in toy in how Ui'fou ww, throituh the eoitr S of Mr, Mil, Muturegor tlf B...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 1 February 1895

Qneer Ways of the Toad. Paternal affection is not perhaps tho luvc'se cmotion,.that we should be dis imscd to look for in the cold-blooded t'rog. lint the Surinam toad—of which no loss than ten specimens have just ar­ rived at the Zoo—appears to exhibit tliis praiseworthy attitude of mind towards his numerous progeny. When his mute lay her eggs the solicitious father places them carefully upon her back, whore in due time time their pres­ ence causes an irritation that produces numerous small holes into which the eggs forthwith drop, liv. these .e^ll^ which, from mutual pressure/get ^o ,ffo hexagonal, like honeyeouib, the young frogs aiv finally hatched, and for a bit scramble about their mother's back, hid ins iti their uurseries when danger threatens,—London Daily News. In Olden Times People overlooked the importance of per­ manently bcnefieial results and wewrsatis tied witlx transient actiou but now that it is generally known that Syrup of Figs will permanently cure habitual cons...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 1 February 1895

"$• GO TO THE #sm Good Business and Residence Lots for Sale on Easy Terms. Manufacturers of and Dealers In- PAIR: STORE FOR- GENERAL MERCHANDISE A. D. BROWN, Contractor -AND-- Groceries nd Provisions. Boots nd Shoes, Dry Goods and Notions, Men's and Ladies' Furnishing Goods, —A Complete Line of Hardware. Tinware, Crockery. Flour and Feed, Hay and Oats. Good Goods and Low Prices. Call and See Us. M. H. MARTIN, PROP. p. W. SCOTT & CO., REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE. HOUSES AND STORES TO RENT. Fine Residence Lots For Sale, $5 Down and $5 Monthly Payments. D. H. Moon Lumber Conpanv Improved Business and Residence Prop­ erty For Sale Cheap. Lath, Shingles, Pieee Stuff, Etb. Office at Mil'* "Virgin i, Minn. THE DULUTH MUSIC CO, West Superior rft, J) VL TJTHy MINN., Op. St. Louis Hotel. Handle the following PIA^ifJS AND ORGANS: Stein way, Kn~be, I vers & Pond, Mehlin, Everett, Gabler & Bro. Smith & Barnes, Hall & Sons, and other makes, The Celebrated DYER BROS/S ORGANS, als...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 8 February 1895

GENERAL WATCH IT.- S IPl "Jf? $2^ COAL. SEE And Right Prices! Correct Weights! Prompt Delivery! Pi & ft A A 71 iis' Spo.cc Belong# To ••rfwApejieidfcflgi Mars Co. Before Pairing Your Winters' Orders for TER8, designs. New Chestnut St., Virginia, Minn. LEA1INO ERCHANDISE DEALERS OF VIRGINIA. UDIGIOUS OVERUSING Creates many a new business, Enlarges many aa old business, Revives many a dull business, Rescues many a lost business. Saves many a failing business Preserves many a large business, Secures success in any busine r» CITY OF VIRGINIA! Duly Incorporated Under the Laws of Minnesota by Order of Judge Ayer, Yesterday Afternoon. Klvctinu Tlic First Tucsilaj' iu April. By an order of Judge Ayer, en in are the same as designated ing to the Security Land & iron compuiy, aljoining on the east aud commonjy known as the Shaw, are taken off, except that portion occupied by tho Hotel Virginia, 180x200 feet. Tho committee, composed of Messrs. E. S. Smith, M. C. Palm­ er and Stuart Bat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 8 February 1895

-y THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE! VIRQINJA. MINN. W. C. HANNAFORD, Publisher. CURIOUS CONDENSATIONS. an. -Politeness is a national trait in .lap- Kino Hour composes about SO iter cent. of tho grain. hi India the cultivation of riot? ante­ dates history. A bod of a Crook inn in A. 1). 327 cost two ponoo. In Rome, It. c. (», rosos woro a half­ penny a dozen. -Experiments prove that snakos will not cross hair ropes. l.lu'ou °t Berlin manufacturers placed more than 10,320 persons who had applied for work. -Karloy is fomul mentioned on the earliest Egyptian monuments. In I.42 Italian oranges woro sold in Lome for ton pence a thousand. A Japanese pillow is a mero board, lour inches wide, sot edgewise. Poppaoa, .Nero's wife, paid 2 ponce a quart for asses' milk to bathe iu. 1 ribo of (Jod" is the name of an as­ sociation of teachers at Larued, lvas. W lieu Japanese oranges have the skin removed the sections i'all apart nat­ urally. --October iil. the day on which Nevada was admitted to the I nio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 8 February 1895

An Oral "Will Probated. A nuncupative will, the first fitad in t'ittsluirg in twelve years, was accepted on Woriiu'stlay by the register, says the lMuladolphiu Ledger. James Bresnnn was injured on the fRilroad on Dwombor IS last, and died a short time after on tho operating table at the West Fenn hospital. Before he died he stated to thso around him that he wished his property to go to his younger children— •lolui, James and Mary—excluding his oliKst ehild because the latter was old enough to take care of himself. He also it $200 to the Rev. Thomas Bailey for Great Cost of Deer Forests. Door forests are expensive luxuries. On the (ileiiquoioh and Glengarry forests, so lfiiii routed by Lord Burton, the yearlv outlay for all purposes is £10,523, and ilurtn.se tho last twenty-one years no less a sunt than £221,902 has been spent upon st. On Ouisachan Forest, the property of Lord Twoediuouth, there has been an annual outlay of £10.000, on that rented ly Mr. Wimuis £13,077, and ou the Du...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 8 February 1895

Mi GO TO TLTE= •Qv-. ,.,. pQ Manufacturers of and Dealers In West Superior !»t, Gabler & Bro. Smith & Barnes, Hall & Sons, and other makst, The Celebrated DYER BROS.'S ORGANS, A. D. BROWN, Contractor •AND-- Builder. ESTIMATES FURNISHED. SHOP WORK J. P. MICHAN Latest Styles. TAILOR. Suits Made to Order Perfect Fit and Workmanship Guaranteed. VIRGINi. MINN. FRANK JUTRASH, Tinner and Plumber. Cornice Work a Specialty. Stove Pipes made and Rirllcd and Stores Re­ paired. Tlo Hoofing, Eai ts Troughs, Etc. Shop on West Chestnut St., Virginia. Minn. W. COLVILLE, Land Attorney, 3./ ',iS Mxat'rtriCT&Btylo. ,*: Drrtutb, MIr.n Ck gygg||§||g^ STORE GENERAL MERCHANDISE Groceries Provisions. Bo^ti nd Shoes, Dry Goods and Notions, Men's and Ladies' Furnishing Goods, -A Complete Line of- Hardware. Tinware, Crockery. Flour and Feed, Hay and Oats.——- Good Goods and Low Prices. Call and See Us. M. H, MARTIN, PROP. P. W. SCOTT & CO., REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE. Good Business and Impro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 22 February 1895

VOL. 3. ilialt *i".- iig mw »v4i ti a WATCH IT.. COAL. SEE Prescott And Mars Co Before Palcing Your Winters' Orders for Right Prices! Correct Weights! Foirmt /ery! IEATER8., New Designs. Chestnut St., Virginia, Minn A 'Jhis Space Belongs To .THE LEADING. JV| eneral ERCHANDISE DEALERS OF VIRGINIA. MOM H0VERTISIN6 Creates many a new business, Enlarges many an old business, Revives many a dull business, Rescues many a lost business. Saves many a failing business, Preserves many a large business, Secures success in any business HAVE CAVED AT I AST. The Old Range Mine Owners Finally Give In That the Mesaba Is In The Field, and Holds The Top Hand. Ore For A Thousand Yours. MILWAUKEE, Feb. 20.—Solo­ mon S. Curry, president of the Metropolitan Iron & Land com­ pany, the largest producer of iron ore in tho world, made an astounding statement today re­ garding the luture of the busi­ ness and predicting a revolution in the industry. "Over $100, 000,000 has vanished," he declar­ ed. He sai...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 22 February 1895

jp" THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA. MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, Publisher. CURIOUS CONDENSATIONS Tncle Sam has IS.740 Hour mills. —The cattle-lifting tiger does not kill for sport, situl is satisfied with one bullock a week. Walking and miming are the sjort» which entail the most severe training on devotees. —Exhaustive tests of Alabama coal ajv to be made by the cruiser Montgomery at lYiisacolu. —A jinrikisha man in .Japan has been known to pull a passenger seventy-five miles in a day. A dairy school has been opened at tin Michigan Agricultural college with thirty students on the roll. Yorkshire is the county in England which has the greatest railroad mileage. The next is Lancashire. -The girls who insist upt» spelling their names "Kathryn." "Marye' ami "Marguerite" are no longer ill style. A Sedalia. Mo., man broke three of his wife's ribs by an unusually hard hug recently, according to reports from that section. The smallest salary paid to the head of a civilized government is £,'{ ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 22 February 1895

A Pertinent Paragraph, "Our country if richt, should be kept rijfht: if wroug should be put tight," la a political maxim which paraphrased ap­ plies to other conditions of life, thus: Our health if right should be kept right: if wrong should be put right, especially in bodily ailments, such as pains and aches, which St. Jacob's Oil promptly cures. Many ont of work should heed to give it a chance to cure and it will give them A chance to go to work cured. Another adage is: "He doeth best who doeth well.' Well, of course you want to be well from all sorts of aches, and the best thing to do is to use the great remedy. He who does so is doing well indeed. Found a Needle in His Shoulder. While Mrs. Eagan, wife of Sergeant Thomas Eagan of Newark, N. J., was un­ dressing her 4-year-old son, Willie, last night, something projecting from the hoy's right shoulder blade pricked her linger. 1'pon examination she found it to bo a needle, but failed to remove it. A physician was summoned, and he ...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 22 February 1895

GO TO THE= Fine Residence Lots For Sale, Manufacturers of and Dealers In* 331 West Superior St, FAIR: STORE FOR= A. D. BROWN, Contractor GENERAL MERCHANDISE -AND-- 1RCIIYIT Groceries nd Provisions. nd Shoes, Dry Goods and Notions, Men's and Ladies' Furnishing Goods, A Complete Lino of Hardware. Tinware, Croekery. Flour and Feed, Hay and Oats. Good Goods and Low Prices.' Call and See Us. M. H, MARTIN, PROP. W. SCOTT & CO-, REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE. Good Business and Improved Business Residence Lots for and Residence Prop- Sale on Easy Terms, erty For Sale Cheap. HOUSES AND STORES TO KENT. $5 Down and $5 Monthly Payments. 0. H. Moon Lumber Company LUMBER, Lath, Shingles, Piece Stuff, Etc. Office at Mill, Viigfni, Minn. THE DULUTH MUSIC CO., TIL JJTH, JilIJVJV., Handle the following PIA WS AMD OttGAXS: Steinway, Kirte, I vers & Pond, Mehlin, Everett, Gabler & Bro. Smith & Barnes, Hall & Sons, and other makes, The Celebrated DYER BROS.'S ORGANS, also Wilcox & Wh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 22 February 1895

I- fflJC MX- -n pJ-f A r-. Manufacturers of and Contraetor r- iik i- -V TfHS£v «t Qroce^ ndWiwisionsP Jffjiii ad Shoes, Dry Goods and Notion? Men's and Ladles' Furnishing Goodly -A Complete Line of- Hardware. Tinware, Crockery. Flour and Feed, Hay and Oats.- Good Goods and Low Prices' Call and See 9TMSIT W A I N 1 S O .'? V-*^ -k-^A-'i? p. W.SSCOTT„^TC(y*, REAL ESTATE|!AND INSURANCE, Good Business audi Improved Business Residence Lots for Sale on Easy Terms.! HOUSES AND STORES TO BENT. r-tt i, Fine Residence Lots For Sale, Dealers In MINN.* PIA?«»"AK» OKCiAXS: Steinway, Ku"^e, I vers & Pond, Mehlin^^verett, -v'- •'••'•.- '.-'r Gabler & Bro, Smith & Barnes, Hall & Sons, and other makee, __ ... The Celebrated DYER BROS/S ORGAN also Wilcox & Whites and other lines. —Large Stock of- Second-Hand Pianos and Organs at Reduced Prices. Old Instruments Taken in Exchange. V' Terms Cash or Mohthly Payments. Write for Catalogue and Prlces? TME DdLllTH%tlSIC CO. *hM%' A. ». BR...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 1 March 1895

VOL. 3. Chestnut Spring 8 lb Can Peaches California Peaches, Grapes, Gallon Apples, Pars, Peaches, Apricots, Cherries, Rhubarb, Plums, COAL. bSSSS SEE Prescott And 1 Mars Co. Before Palcing Your Winters' 0! Orders for CO A Ll Right Prices! Correct Weights! Prompt Delivery! COAL AKD WOOD HEATERS, New Designs. St., Virginia, Minn. COAL. SLAUGHTER SALE! W'r oiTer the People of Virginia and Vicinity FOR THE SEXT THIRTY DAYS, GOODS AT COST. We have to do this to make room for and Summer Stocks which are arriving daily. We offer FOR CASH ONLY as follows: 12 Cans Tomatoes. Corn, Peas. Beans. Pumpkin or Squash for $1.00. Apricots, Pears Plums 30 40 40 40 40 40 40 4 0 0 3 fr 0 8 4 01 0 4 10 Blueberries, Raspberries, 15 Strawbe nies and Goose 15 berries 10c per can. $1.00 $1.00 60 15»20 lb Currants, 15116 lb Raisins, 15) Pail Jelly Dried Apples, Peaches, Pears, Plums and Figs. Potatoes, Cabbage, Onions, Etc. Men's Boots, Shoes *lsoa Complete Line of FURNISHING GOODS. Men's Underwear at 75c a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 1 March 1895

ff ss.- flHE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA, MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, PvblMrar. CURIOUS CONDENSATIONS. —Ail' »4nra c&alv costs $800. —California lias a frog farm. —-Englaml made 00,000 bicycles in 1S94. —In" England fifty-five towns cremate garbage. —Spain exports 1.450,000.000 oranges a year. —Frame leads Europe iu wheat pro­ duction. —The Swiss government made a profit of about $1,000,000 last year on its mo nopoly in spirits. —The territory of the Spartans com­ prised a district about equal in size to Delaware. —Some of the insurance companies of Paris refuse to insure people who dye their hair. —The Greek empire, under Alexauder the Great, comprised about 1.500,000 square miles. -Paraguay and Montana are of the same size, ouch having nearly 143,000 square miles. In the most prosperous days of Po­ land its territory comprised about 000,000 square miles. —A bedstead bottom that is made ex­ tensible. to tit any bed. is among the latest inventions, Diamonds worth $130,000,000 have b...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 1 March 1895

Buck wtlk Rich Trophies. Last spring we made notice In these columns that Mr. Henry A. Salter, of the John A. Salier Seed Company, La Crosse, Wis., America's leading Seed Growers and Merchants, was in Europe in search of rare seeds and novelties for the American farmer aud citicen. Judging from their new catalogue, liis trip was an eminently successful ue. It is brim full of rare things. Of vspecinl merit we name the Bismarck Apple, bearing the second year the Giant Flowering Star Phlox the Qer mau Coffee Berry and for the farmer the Victoria Rape Germanica Vetch the Lathyrus sllvestrls the Giant Spurry and Giant Incarnate clover Sacaline and dozens of other rare things. This wide-awake firm is in the van, aud their catalogue, which Is sent for 5 cents postage, would be cheap at $1 per copy. Roller Skating Revived. Holler skating, says a New York letter, is heiug revived. This once fashionable ami long sinee extinct pastime is being resurrected again, and will be one of the most pop...

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