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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 23 April 1897

tr' iC $tOO Reward, $100. The readers of this paper will b« pleased to learn.that there is at least one area (led disease that science has been able to cure la all its stages, and. that la Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the ouly positive cure now known to the uaedleal fraternity. Catarrh heing_ a coustltutioual disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation or the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing Its work. The pro prtetors have so mueh faith in its curative powers, that they offer One Hundred Dol­ lars for any case that It fails to cu-e. Send for list of testimonials. Address, b\ J. CHENEY A GO.._ TolUdo. b. Sold by Druggists, TBo. —One of the severest penalties to which criminals iu Holland were iu ancient times condemned was to be deprived of the use of salt. A Bis «r#gs Se...

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. — 23 April 1897

I I I "•was Niw STdRE NEW GOODS NEW PRICES And are showing the Finest Line ol Herchanti, Bankers, Lawyers, fhvsiciaae ana all economical men wear W. L. Dtagln Shots because they are the but. For sate by B. LEVIN uiiiiiiimiuiuiuiumniuuummuuiiuu THE MESABA MEAT CO., Have -the Best Market and carry the Largest istoefc of s^MEATS ASALT of All Kinds of any firm on the entire range. Buy you Meats of them. Chestnut street, Virginia, Minn. HmiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiNiiiiiiim Bys and Baggage 'LINE.- &ETH SELLERS PPOPRIETOR. Makes All Trains. Passengers to and •from all parts of the city. Leave order* at Livery Barn. Virginia. Miun. FURNITURE fiver opened on the Mesaba, and at prices never before seen in St. Louis County. Calls Made Day and Night. VIRGINIA FURNITURE CO VIRGINIA MINNESOTA. I'S DRAY LINE LISHT AND HBAVY DBA¥IN«. FREIGHT AND BAGGAGE HAULED.——. ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. West Walnut street, Virginia. Minn. •MimtsmMw St. Paul's GtiurGh, Matins at 11 o'clock a. m. and ...

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. — 7 May 1897

VOL. 5. I E S 4* .+ Strictly J. First-class Work at City Prices. 4» 4* *5* tit ife ib 9 tit tit ii The Fines Line of Prescott«Mars Gompany. Wheels, $48 to $100. We are prepared to REPAIR AND CLEAN WHEELS, PROMPTLY and at Reasonable Rates. Wheels for Rent. W til 0^ CHESitkut STRBBT, w. ^.K... tit I BICYCLE SUNDRIES. FISHING TACKLE. PRESCOTT & MARS COMPANY, VIRGINIA, MINN. O. D. KINNEY. PRES. E. GRIGGS, CASHIER. bank gg V1R6INIA, Does A General Banking Business. J^ECEIVES DEPOSITS, Issues Foreign and Domestic Ex­ change. Sea Steamship Tickets and Pay Interest on Time Deposits. J. J. BOOTH. PROPRIETOR. I FIRST-CLASS WOKK j^qtronize Horo® Industry by leaving Your Laundry GUARANTEED. Virginia, Minn. «fr4-fr4"M' 'I' 'I'• Virginia Book and News Depot. All Leading Magazines I tit and Publications of the day Choice Candies and Nuts ALL KINDS OF FRUITS IN SEASON. Board by DAY OR WEEK. Rates Reasonable. Special Attention to RE-OPENED I Merchants Hotel, Transient Trade. ib ib a ib ib ib ib ...

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. — 7 May 1897

THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA, MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, Publisher. MIJ-Llil WSSBBBSSSamS^SSSSSBSSSSSOSSSt CbhlOUb CONDENSATIONS. —The word "fie," or its equivalent in sound, exists in all languages, and in every one is expressive of disgust. In the Icelandic the word "pfwi" means putrid­ ity. —It was Dr. Johnson who said: "A woman's preaching is like a dog's walk­ ing on his hiiul kg« it is not well done, but you are surprised to find it doue at all." —There is an old legend among the Greeks that says when rulers by the name of Constnntiu and Sophia shall come in power Greece shall conquer Turkey. —Some St. Louis women are not a bit particular. One was married to a freight conductor Saturday and they are now making a honeymoon tour through the Southwest in a caboose. —There was a large increase last year in the farm produce imported into Ber­ lin. The increase in butter alone is es­ timated at over a million sterling, and of cheese at a quarter of that sum. —A modern philosopher sa...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 7 May 1897

Discharge from Her Ears—Top of Her Head Broke Out in Scrofulous Eruptions, Grew Worse tinder Treatment Till Wo Gav® Her Hood's Sarsaparilla—She Has Rosy Cheeks Now. hen my baby was two months old she cried night and day, and seemed to bo in great pain. She had a discharge from her tars, and the top of her head broke out in scrofulous eruptions. The doctor save me something to stop the discharge and ease the pain, but his troatment did not cure her and She Grow Worse instead of better. The top of her head broke out with scrofula. A crust would l'orm on her head and fall off, taking the hair along with it. and this con­ tinued for two or three months, when something seemed to toll me to try Hood's Sarsaparilla, and I did so, to­ gether with Hood's Pills and Hood's Olive Ointment. Soon The Discharge Stopped and the sores were rapidly healing. In a short time her hair grew out and she now has rosy cheeks and is all right in every way. Mus. I. LLOYD, Spring "V alley, X. Y. Kemember, Hood...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 7 May 1897

iii lift 1 i* tt til* ili Hi ifcr \k Vfc iH $ W •Mub Merchants, Bankers. Lawyers men wear W. L. Douglas Shoes because they are the best. For sale by FUHMTURE AT actory Price 1 For The Next B. LEVIN Of All Kinds of any Arm on the entire range- Buy you Meats of them. Chestnut street, Virginia. Minn. Bus and Baggage -LINE.- SETH SELLERS, PPOPR1ETOR. Makes All Trains. Passengers to and from all parts of the city. Leave orders Bt Livery Barn. Virginia. Minn. EATON'S DRAY LIE LIOHT AND HKAVY DBAYINO. FREIGHT AND BAGGAGE HAULED.. ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. AVest Walnut street. Virginia. Minn. ©t. Paul's GliurGli, Matins at 11 o'clock a. m. and at 8o'clock p. ffl. Sunday School at 3 p. m. T. G. MoflONIGLK, Rector. 1. F. MICHAN, MERCHANT TAILOR. SUITS MADE TO ORDER. PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED. UTEST STYLES. CITY MEAT MARKET, Fred Engel ft Co„ Props. fresh and Salt Meats, Fish and Game in Season. Cfeestnttt Stttet: Op" ICalderwoed Block, Virginia, Mi no- THIRTY DAYS| _________ AT Virginia Furni...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 14 May 1897

1* I E S «p 18- fx VIRGINIA, oes change. Deposits. Strictly First-class Work at City Prices. T-HE 'A •c Company. Wheels, MO to $100. We are prepared to AND REPAIR CLEAN WHEELS. PROMPTLY and at Reasonable Rates. Wheels for Rent. ib) \b BICYCLE SUNDRIES. FISHING TACKLE. PRESCQTT & MARS COMPANY, CBtESTrTTJT STSlKST, O. D. KINNEY. PliES. E. GRIGGS, CASHIER. BANK SE VIR6INIA, A General Banking Business.. ECEIVES DEPOSITS, Issues Foreign and Domestic Ex­ Sea Steamship Tickets and Pay Interest on Time lir.jik on Corner of Chestnut Street and Wyoming Avcuue. VIRGINIA, MINNESOTA. roi Steam Laundry, J. J. BOOTH, PROPRIETOR. |Jj^atronize Home Industry by leaving Your Laundry LACE CURTAINS A SPECIALTY. FIRST-CLASS WOES GUARANTEED. THE &NT&RPRISE,. Can Furnish You With Virginia Book and News Depot Has Secured the Sole Agency for The Celebrated Morrison & Smith's Ice Cream! FAMILY TRADE A SPECIALTY...... Board by DAY OR WEEK Rates Reasonable. Special Attention to Transient Trade. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 14 May 1897

THE VMM ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA, MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, Publisher. CUBIOUS COMPENSATIONS. —An East Greenville, Pa., lady is sell­ ing taking powder as a menus of raising funds to purchase a bicycle. 'China has established a consulate at Warsaw, with the object of promoting trade between Poland and Manchuria, —The latest project in Switserland is that of a mountain railway to the sum­ mit of the Breithorn, next to the Matter horn. —The Austrian army has a new repeat­ ing rifle which weighs only 3.3 kilo­ grammes, as against 4.4 of the displaced weapon. —Berlin had thirty-one strikes last year, only eight of which were success­ ful for the strikers, of whom 124,616 were involved. —An official examination shows that a Per ceut* f,."TA of the pupils in the public schools at Minneapolis have de­ fective eyesight. •r»~~y**" Speakman, postmaster at No Business postoffice, in Morgan county, Ala., has been arrested, charged with em­ bezzling postoffice funds. —The percentage of tourists in Switz...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 14 May 1897

&• '.' -I -W e» INDIAN WISDOM. Their knowledge of the Cura­ tive Properties of Herbs considered remarkable. A noted Professor, Dr. €. ven Spiegel of Saratoga, Hf. Y., credits them frith many remedies used by him in elect* Ug difficult cores. Uaaful hints to many who suffer, where they might enjoy tha Indian's pro­ verbial good health and longevity but lor the prejndica of Ignorano& The once existing idea that no possible good or knowledge could be obtained from an Indian is fast disappearing. When such a man as Dr. C. von Spiegel of Saratoga Springs, in an article published 3n the daily Saratogiau of Sept. 14, states that he is indebted, not only to the North American Indians—Kickapoos, Choyennes, Arapahoes, Pawnees, Apaches, Kiowas, Com Anchcs, etc., but to the many so called uncivil­ ized nations of the most remote corners of the glolw,— for his enormous collection and theknowledgoof their virtues, of roots, herbs, barks, gntns and balsams, by whoso use ho has effected the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 14 May 1897

-Allium 1I1V «|^MU Vto $ H6 & «i* ii \b \W merchants. Bankers, Lawyer*, Physicians ana all economical men wear W. L. Douglas Shoes because they .are the best. For sale by FURNITURE AT Factory Price For The Next Company's Old Stand. & This is A Chance of a Lifetime. Don't Miss It. B. LEVIN. imiuiimummmuiHWUimuuiiiimim THE MESABA MEAT CO., Ilave the Rest Market and carry the Largest StocU of MEATS FRESH Bus and Baggage -LINE.- 'SETH SELLERS, Makes All Trains, from All parts of the city. Livery Barn. W. L. DOUGLAS PPGPBIETOK. Passengers to and Leave orders at Virsrinia. Minn. EATON'S DRAY LIE LIGHT AND HEAVY DKAYI\(i. FREIGHT AND BAGGAGE HAULED, ——. ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. West Walnut street, Virginia. Minn, ©t. Paul's Gliuroll, Matins at 11 o'clock a. m. and at 8 o'clock p. m. Sunday School at 3 p. m. T. G. McGONIGLE, Rector. IWWWI J, F. MICHAN, MERCHANT TAILOR. SUITS MADE TO ORDER. PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED. LATEST STYLES. VIRGINIA, I mM MINNESOTA. isaaaaaaax CITY MEAT MARK...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 10 December 1897

VOL. 5 2.75 *2.^9 i«s9 1.48 1.19 1.63 "38 BARGAINS Men's, Ladies' ...cllld*.. Children's Ladies' Shoes. eased Strictly First-class Work at City Prices. I FOR Any of- ur l:t.li s' *lur?5 7^ sluOj in thoj hous\ t-nly All or.r L'dios' $8 :itul *y.S0 tiico ami button shoes, all sty Us, every­ thing in the houso, sulo .49 .39 L29 Saturday, Dec. 11 IN SHOES Yours, SHANEDLING, THE SHOE MAN. "M We are Headquarters for GROCERIES, CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES and GENT'S FURNISHINGS. W. B. Pratt & Men's Shoes. 3.25 2.49 2.25 A!! of our ladies'j shv?. :iiiyCii nt' "J 6CY vuir i-iioLc for —»Ot" A1! oar lavia'j' r- shu* s. /j. n1' xtv'»s A'.l of our Kill it's i.-jJ XO ni os for 3 1 sh'.n-s worth ii» £•.*#» to *5 -a! p-r pair. tut small siZv-s, .0*3' ynir It- for jj 11-J.il sho(-S lit' hui'oa' worth ?.'J, IS.50, sizes 'i, 3'j AD! iu 4. vou:-choice »t/0. .49 La4k-«* tVit lo felt s!ip o:o a!i s!z.s Ladies' 'niark Jersey low QO ovi.'X'siiiois sizes 3 to 4* Laiiits' three buckle I Mack Joiso...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 10 December 1897

THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE V1RQIN1A, MINN. V. HANNAFORD, PaWlihtr. MISCELLANEOUS 1TEMS~~] —The Russian scepter is of solid gold, three feet long, and contains among its or­ naments 2(S diamonds, 8(50 rubies and 15 emeralds. —The Phoenix umbrella is the state um­ brella of the Chinese, and is always used in the imperial processions, of which it forms a most important feature. —The chiefs of Africa are particularly foiul of umbrellas, and upon any special occasion you will be sure to see it pro­ duced with great state and ceremony. —A goldfish will die iu ninety minutes if placed in water which contains 1 per cent, of alcohol. In water which con­ tains 20 per cent, of alcohol it will die instantly. In Eastern countries the parasol or umbrella has always been used as a sym­ bol of royalty, and upon all state oc­ casions it is borne over the heads of the rulers or chiefs. —When the Prince of Wales visited In­ dia some years ago, it was found neces­ sary for him to be placed beneath a gold­...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 10 December 1897

Rest and Relief. A piece ot niachiuery run by steam and overworked will become crnnky, creaky and out of sear, owiug to some expansion of metal from heat aud fric­ tion. Stop its work, rub aud brighten «nd let it rest. In a short while it will le restored and will run smoothly. The human system Is a machine. Too much work and worry are thrown upon it too much of the heat of daily cares too much of the steam of daily business. The nerves become crauky they are restless, sleepless and twitehy, and a neuralgic condition sets lu. Pain throws the machiue out of gear and it needs rest and treatment to strengthen and restore. St. Jacobs Oil is the one remedy of all, peculiarly adapted to a prompt and sure cure. So many have so freely testified from experience aud use to its efficacy in the cure of neural­ gia that it passes without saying that it surely cures. It will be a gracious surprise to many after the free use of it to tind how easily pain, cares and worry may be lifted, aud how smo...

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 December 1897

., S-K „«*-•,- ^t-fc^.fc^-:rMui,^? Mr" C'."^ 7 V^ .. r:s»i I fi. V- miuiiiuiiinmiuiiuuumimuuuiiiiiuii THE MESABA MEAT CO., Have the Best Market EATON'S DRAY LINE LIQHT AND HEAVY DBAYINd. FREIGHT AND BAGGAGE HAULED- ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. West Walnut street, Virginia. Minn. $ O O N E Is your ke.-ilth. Yotirhnpplnens is your strcncth. Keep the Head and Throat clear nnd healthy ami vour mind and brain i* al way»nt rest and ease. etSHHAS'8 SfEM'lIOL IXiiAIiEK is tfae frentost relief to mankind in all head troubles. ClJREd COLD8, SORE Tif ICO jon If TAILOR. Vv-^zmrnmmmmmmmmmmmi .T /At/ ^1lt'«r .'Jtfl/Jt Ati.V •V* .* ,-• ,v.',VJ' ///.wv A»V/.iiM.*.V..V .t(: n!-a^:illiSi«iittiiti ife«iia»»igauatKi|BaiaiaBlifeiifci^^^ SAT -*T *S iNVcJvr,Oyv RECIUIRESNOCOGKING. IfJUCES COLLARS AND CUFFS STIFF AND NICE AS WHEN FIRST BQU&HTJKEW^ JK^ CME P0UK3 OF THIS STARCH WILL 60 AS FAR AS & POUND AND A HALF OF ANY OTHER STARCH. .KurActuf*Ea ONLV av ':^MMummm BROS'C? NEwHMN.Com i. ^r»o\yDir uvf...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 17 December 1897

ti? 1 LOO* Niiipn" Ki'WSS ttlijit'a Vl'aBy: A ii .shoes. all ssyli evi-ry fhinK in the 1iuUm\ sail? 1#89 i.-f iT.r :^.ro SIkii•. i.e: Ll9 With Holiday o«" HOLIO A YSALE| AT ••••J' V^/e arc offering for the Hjliday Trade the biggest slash in prices you ever heard of, between now and Christ­ mas, iu FINE FOOTWEAR For Men, Ladies and Children. 'C? \£J 0 A' Arvt'fi ii O^liQ^X Al! our iw's ?5 sinus 0 •(. I tij txSi.oulf. calf r.iK'li. lat- l::iv r.ml I '.Utuii atsv!hina ..-,':o»l, "3 SO vein- rln'kT for Ali vif i»ur 'ti- cs l«Ot/ Fur Latin.-, i: 1. uiMci..' vr rl!» ^5. ati:» •")", but -3 slz'.-s, '.'lu.'k"-' J. 11 1.48 Ai1: "!1 '"™'1.48 i'i»r (yi Greetings, ?v* -Y. A & if Iv'U' V, J. gi We arc Read a a a rtcrs for jji GROCERIES, CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, Strictly •J* BOOTS, SHOES and GENT'S FURNISHINGS. Cliernnut- Street, Virginia, Minn. Hill First-class Work at City Prices. •S» d. J. BOOTH, PROPRIETOR. I FIRST-CLASS WOKK 'T GUARANTEED. WE UR PRICES: m's Shoes. »1 1'iit leather ami !ncy ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 17 December 1897

sdfc Wm: THE YIR6INIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA. MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, Publish^, CURIOUS CONDENSATIONS. —At Liverpool over $21,000,000 is be­ ing spent on docks. At Bristol $7,500, 000 is to bo spent on harbor improve­ ments. —What is "the oldest village in the worldV" A writer in one of the Novem­ ber magaziues gives the honor to Ivil ear, in County Donegal. —The oldest cyclist in Vermont is R. M. Harvey of North Troy, who is 70 years old. hut is as enthusiastic over the sport as any younger rider. —A horse astonished the diners in a Newark (N. J.) restaurant the other day by jumpiug through the show windows and lauding in the dining-room. —In England more than 10,000.000 oil lamps are used nightly. They eause 300 deaths anuually. and in London alone Hv lires in a year have been traced to them. —Pew ladies consider that they carry some forty or fifty miles of hair on their head: the fair-haired may even have to dress seventy miles of threads of gold every morning. —In the jailyard of a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 17 December 1897

£'f 1 FROM WEALTH TO POVERTY. A MMiionatr* Hlaw Owti HI* DownlMI to Drink. Salton Cameron, & few years ago a millionaire miner of Montana, is now in the poorhouse at Deer Lodge, in that state, broken in health and In fortuue, Mr. Cameron made a prineely fortune out of the Cable gold mine in Deer Lodge oonnty In the early seventies. He was not the discoverer of the property, but was the fftst to discover its great rich­ ness. The mine was discovered by three sailors. They had been on the steamship, *reat Eastern, and were among the crew that landed the Atlantic cable. They sailed aronud the Horn to San Francisco, ami prospected eastward overland. In their travels they camped near a spring oa the present site of the Cable mine. In the water they saw "colors," and found several pieces of rich-looking float rock. They traced this up until they found the ledge, and located their claim, calling it the Atlantic Cable. Some time afterward Salton Cameron bought the mine for a trifling su...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 17 December 1897

V. I U.iimi!lKS!l !:i^tiirjt!UUM^ imt!.luUi:l-t! tiibiiut?' 'iliiitliiltsili'ijiii ft £3M3 ciii' THE MESABA MEAT CO., Have he Ihsi Ite ©?.&**» FREIGHT AND BAGGAGE HAULED, T'UIULH w&NYlQfc REQUIRES NO COOKING. ^KcS.iiSiuHS ahd mm rcn-n ELASTIC STARCH has been before the people of the United States for twenty-three years, and is without :i doubt tht greatest st i.:ch invention of the Nineteenth Century. Last year ifs s-.iles reached tho unprecedent. \l nuuVior of twenty million indulges. It is prepar­ ed upon scientific principles by men who have bad years of praetical experience in fancy tanndrying. It makes ironing easy, restores old summer dresses to their natural whiteness, und imparts to linen a beautiful and lasting finish It is Che o:i!.v starch manufactured that ts perftvt'y harmless, containing neither arsenic, alum or any other Substance injurious to lin^n and ran be used even for a baby powder. .1Turkrt trfy the /.(! i' cr.t stoc/: of & SALT, of AH Kinds of any ...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 24 December 1897

VOL. 5. 1 ftQ All of our ladies' sh(xs, anything wished, "J QA your choice for O c* For Ladies' hl-ii jrrat! shoes worth 53? a ml 13 50, but small sizes. choice 1.48 est prices. GRANDHOLIDAYSALE AT W© are offering for the Holiday Trade the biggest slash in prices you ever heard of, between now and Christ­ mas, —IFINE FOOTWEAR!- Ladies' Shoes. ry Auy of-our ladles" ?4 or 15 {y shoes In tlief house. only 2JQ All our Indies' ?3 iui $3.50 hicc and lutlou shcn-s, all sty Its, every­ thing: in the house, sale price For Men, Ladies and Children. LOOK AT A FEW OF OUR PRICES: 1.6-3 1.48 All our ladies' Jshoes, all styles 1.19 All of our ladles 3iC0 DQ For Ladles' shoes worth •057 #2HH1 but sm:ll s^rs, your choice for .89 Holiday Slippers for Men, Women and Children in fancy colors, velvet, felt, fur trim msd and kid, at the very low­ VVith Holiday Greetings, we invite all to comc and take advantage of the great sale. Wc thank you for favors shown us. We are Headquarters for Strictly First-cl...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 24 December 1897

THE W a ti-j: *«n,, YIBGIMA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA. MINN. «. KANNAFOltD, PibllUitr. FOREIGN MOTES OF INTEREST. —Bishop Walsh, Anglican bishop of Ossory, who as a curate baptised Charles Stewart Paruell, has resigned from his see. —An Aberdeen jam and uickle manu­ facturer has bequeathed $2,500,000 for foreign missions, chiefly in Moravia, It­ aly and China. —Tomatoes have been grafted upon po­ tatoes by a French experimenter, whose hybrid plant produces tubers under­ ground and tomatoes above. —John Payne, the translator of the "Arabian Nights," has completed a met­ rical translation of all of Omar Khay­ yam's quatraiu, nearly 900 in number, which will be printed for the Yillon so­ ciety. Three-quarters of the work has never been turned into English before. —M. Osiris, who recently restored Jo­ sephine's Malmaison, has turned over 100,000 francs to the Paris press syndi­ cate to be used as a prize for the most meritorious work exhibited at the exhibi­ tion of 1900, judged from an artis...

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