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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 4 March 1898

THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA, MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, Publish*. BRIEF NOTES OF NOTABLES. _—Fredericks. Jarvis, who recently re­ signed the inspectorship of Scotland iard. was the Thomas Byrnes of Eng­ land. llo is saul to le the original of t'ouan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes. It toMs money to be created a Intni net in England. Sir John W. Maolure, for instance. says that ho s(eat $350 in replying to telegrams of congratulation when the announcement of his elevation was inatle. —Spitsbergen has attained the im­ portance of having a newspaper pub­ lished devoted entirely to it. It is the Spitzhergen Gazette. edited by a pro­ fessor of the college at Trouiso in Nor ay. Secretary Gage generally ueeomtno datis people with his autograph who re­ quest it. but he always insists upon plac­ ing it at the very top of any paper of­ fered. so that no order can afterward be written above his name. --Prussia's youngest lieutenant will soon lv Prince Osear. the Kaiser's fifth son. 10 years of age. a...

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. — 4 March 1898

.* The Swan and the Pike, The following Incident was described to :«ie by a friend who heard it from the Hps of the man who saw it. My friend's in­ formant, a laboring man, passed on his way to work every morning a pond on which were swans. One morning he saw A swan with its head under water—no unusual thing, so he thought nothing of at. Ihe next morning it was in exactly •he same place and position. Still, that was not remarkable, and he passed on. On the third morirng, seeing the swan in precisely the same position, he called the attention of the keeper to it. The keeper proceeded to examine, aud found that the swan's heat! had been swallowed by a large pike. Both, of course, were dead.— Letter in the London Spectator. —Epping forest is the largest public recreation ground in the world. —France makes 8,000,000 wooden shoes yearly. .Lane's Family Medicine Moves the bowels each day. In order to be healthy this is necessary. Acts gently on the liver and kidneys. Cures sick headache. ...

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. — 4 March 1898

SE-i Ilecelpts f(ir the year Tatal Poll tax Total l*oll tax receipts Genoa mi no... Auburn mine... Total Printing. 1 Election Interest on town orders Assessor's fees Board of health fees Supervisor and clerk Justice fees and miscellaneous Road fund— Virjjiniu-Eveleth road Franklin road Sparta-Evt'K th road Auburn road Summary— June Pay Roll for Highway. James Lamson. overseer of highways.. S. McMillan, labor on highway George McMillan, labor on highway M. Smith, labor on highway M. Smith, labor on highway M. E. Grierson. teaming A. Cain, labor on highway James Late son. teaming James Robb. rent of wagon Wm. Murray, supplies and re-opening highway.. C. E. Bailey, engineering services on Fayal, Genoa and Sparta road July Pay Roll for Highway. James Lamson, overseer of highways.. S. McMillan, labor on highway George McMillan, labor on highway A. Cain, labor on highway James Lamson, teaming James Uobb, rent of wagon Peterson & Co.. teaming F. Grierson, labor on highway Thos. Colliga...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 11 March 1898

YOL. 6. MUSIC FURNISHED FOR •M-M-H-J-***** •5* 4- Strictly First-class Work at City Prices. A. HAWKlNSON, VIRGINIA,'JWINN. I (r Heavy AND Shelf STOVES AND TINWARE. COLE'S PAMOUS AIR-TIGHT A. HAWKINSON. Moon & Kerr Lumber Co.. Manufacturers of anl Dealers lb LUMBER, Special Attention to Local Trade. Office and Mills. Virginia, Minn.- GEM ORCHESTRA. fALLS AND ENTERTAINMENTS. /-M-H PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. I FIRST-CLASS WORK GUARANTEED. BEST WORKMANSHIP OUARAMTBEP WM I I LATH AND SHINGLES. BEST ORGANIZATION 0? ITS KIND IN THE NORTHWEST. H. H. LIEN, MANAGER, VIRGINIA, MINN. CJ Troy Steam Laundry, J. J. BOOTH, PROPRIETOR. |^cftroriil€ Home Industry by leaving Your Laundry LACE CURTAINS A SPECIALTY. MARTIN NELSON, Shoemaker. Shop in Burke Building, VIRGINIA, MINNESOTA Want the address of everyone that BUYS MUSIC Our Service prompt. Our terms the best. Write for them and catalogue. Teachers a specialty. Addres, In The City Ghestnut Street, Virginia, Minn. C. J. DOCKSTADER. A MUSIC DEA...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 11 March 1898

YOL. 6. A. HAWKltfSON, VIRGINIA,-MINN. Heavy AND Office and Mills. Virginia, Minn.- MUSIC FURNISHED FOR Strictly I Shelf STOVES AND TINWARE. COLE'S PAMOUS AIR-TIGHT HEATERS I A. HAWKINSON. Moon & Kerr Lumber Co.. Manufacturers of and theaters 1a LUMBER, LATH AND SHINGLES. Special Attention to Local Trade• GEM ORCHESTRA. iALLS AND ENTERTAINMENTS. First-class Work at City Prices. FIRST-CLASS WORK GUARANTEED. BEST WOWKMAN8HIP OUAWAHTEEP VIRGINIA, WE /IV 9 J26 JACKSOH STREET, $ $ 4* Ik Hi Hi BEST ORGANIZATION Off ITS KIND IN THE NORTHWEST. PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. I H. H. LIEN. MANAGER, VIRGINIA, MINN. L^J I Troy Steam Laundry, I J. J. BOOTH, PROPRIETOR. |^dtromi6 Home Industry by leaving Your Laundry LACE CURTAINS A SPECIALTY. MARTIN NELSON, Shoemaker. Shop in Burke Building, Want the address of everyone that BUYS MUSIC Our Service prompt. Our terms the best. Write for them and catalogue. Teachers a It In The City Chestnut Street, Virginia, Minn. Repairing neatly and promptly dime...

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. — 11 March 1898

THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA, MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, Fubthtar. —A French man in lus own country is not at liberty to marry without the con sent of his father, or legal guardian, until ho has passed his twenty-eighth yenr. —The origin of throwing rice at wed­ dings is to be found in a custom that ex­ isted in early Rome of hurling wheat aft­ er newly-married brides ami bridegrooms. —Russians haYe long but beautifully shaped hands, while those of Spaniards are often spoiled by the thickness of the tinkers, which are apt to round at the tips. —An ingenious hatter of Paris con­ structed a house of felt made out of 24, (XH old hats. This house consisted of parlor, dining room and bedroom also a kitchen. —Postal cards with lithographed views in color of scenery and historical localities have become so popular in Germany lately that the income of the postal service shows a decided increase. —At a recent Hancock county. Me., family dinner, dinner was announced by pounding on the ancient...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 11 March 1898

THE PRICE OF SHOES. Why la it So Low Compared with the Coat of Producing Them? The problem we find the most difficult to wrestle with isr What e«n be the reason why shoes are so low compared with the cost of producing them, and why does not leatner bring enough to yield any profit on the labor of manufac­ turing it, at the lowest rates at which hides can be bought? All this would be readily comprehensible if it were true that the stocks of shoes were excessive, but the wt-ight of evidence supports the proposition that such is not the case. That there will be shoes enough to ac­ commodate the demand may be taken for unuiU'd. There are extensive fac­ tories in which to make them and ample material to make them of. But that there will be so many more than enough as to tender the production of them as unremunerative as it is now for any great length of time, we consider highly improbable. We entertain the belief that the surplus holdings of venders aud con­ sumers are essentially reduce...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 11 March 1898

THE ENTERPRISE. W. E. IJAX.^AFORD, EDITOR, Ritttfeil at flic Pt«{.f)ffloe at Vlfgittln, Mlhn., as secohu dart mail umttcr. 'Petfafos. t2 Per Year, in Advance. Official Paper, City of Virginia. City Officials. Mayor, I\ V. SCOT*. ftecofi!»'P, H. J. BATOS. Treasurer, A. HAWKIXSO\ ALDERMEN fc. K. HRO^K, Wi Gi CARH, J. MORIARTY, OCST. JOHNSOM W. F, DONNELLY, J. F. CAMERON, E. J., KINUM. C. W. LUSUSTROM. Municipal Judge, CHAS. E. KELSON, t'K.-rk o.f ourt. AXEL E. CARLSON.' JUSTICES. fl. J. EATON, VIVIAN PRINCE, F. J. KINNERT. fM?f of Police, A. HELANQER. Street Commissioner. P. A. GANNON. chief of Ktre Department, HENRY KINQ. SITMARY Fire Dept., PETEK BYKJSE. fht Mails. AKRIYB I).. M. & N. lly. Dnluth and \V»sl Superior 10:45 a 1. & \. U. Hy., n«d Ely.. fruluth 10 H0 a 7:40 DEPART. P. & I. It. Ry 7:4S a D., M. & N. Ry 12:40 pm D. & I. R. Ry to Btwabik, Tower a lid Ely 4:15 pm Tl»c mall closes 15 minutes before train time on P., M. & N. and 30 minutes before train ...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 18 March 1898

it •f. rip.- iii mm Si %l 'b N IIMIIIU MUSIC FURNISHED FOR BALLS AND A. HAWKlNSON, vntsniu, H. H. LIEN. MANAGER. Strictly First-class Work at Prices. City MARTIN NELSON, BEST WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED VIRGINIA, WE jjg&i mimN- Heavy Jta. AND Shelf HARDWARE STOVES AND TINWARE. COLE'S FAMOUS ftlR-TIGHT A. HAWKlNSON. Moon & Kerr Lumber Co. UioafictntcK of and Dealers in AAEMMMMtk LSI AH Wr LUMBER, LATH AND INGLES. Special Attention to Local Trade• Office and Mills, Virginia, Minn. GEM ORCHESTRA. H-H-' ENTERTAINMENTS. PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. Troy Steam Laundry, J. J. BOOTH. PROPRIETOR. BEST ORGANIZATION OF ITS KIND IN THE NORTHWEST. VIRGINIA, MINN. Ipotronize Home Industry by leaving Your Laundry LACE CURTAINS A SPECIALTY. FIRST-CLASS WOBK GUARANTEED. Shop in Burke Building, Want the address of everyone that BUYS MUSIC v'. :.'9 Our Service prompts Our terms the best. "Write for them and catalogue. Teachers a specialty. Addres, In The City Chestnut Street, Virginia, Minn. C. J. DGC...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 18 March 1898

S-' coarse _J»'* Kf •. sffc IS «?:-C Sr 8 -'&* IU: .fe' ••-v. .jfc. wwrn THE VIRGIHIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA* MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, Curious Condensations. —Mexican miners get 3TV& cents a day. —In Mexico women of every rank go bareheaded. —Opium is obtained from the unripe fruit of the white poppy. —A horse has been known to jump thir­ ty-seven feet in a steeplechase. —The average pulse of a healthy man should beat 72 times a miuute. —Scarlet flowers are said to stand drouth better than any others. —The national debt is now $il3.41 for each individual. In 1867 it was $69.26, —A new method of cleaning gilt frames consists in washing the frames with beer. —A doctor states that tight, unventi­ lated hats are one of the chief causes of baldness. —The Christian era was not introduced as a basis of reckoning time until the Sixth century. —Potato juice is said to be excellent for cleaning dirty clothes, being infinitely su­ perior to soap. —No baking powders are manufactured in Mexic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 18 March 1898

1^-, S .fe: «r Toll a C«K(wr A|o Ki»«M on Creating Ktulng Bridge. The diversious of New Yorkers of the lost century were very much milder than aire those of the present day. "In win­ ter a century ago," Mrs. Burton HarrU son writes in the Ladies' Home Journal, when not assembled for skatiug upon the Colleen, the favorite amusement of Hans and Katrina seems to have been a sleighing frolic in .Tan Dericbson's four horse sledge to Harlem, where they had a dauce and a supper at tho hostelry of Mynheer Borsurn. Ten couples ('packed close, as it suiteth young men and maid­ ens to ride,' said the old chronicler) was the sleighload, and after a repast of bread and hot chocolate, concluding some hours spout in capering to the fiddlers' strains, the party returned to town. Speeding by moonlight over hard-frosen roads, past utauor house and cottage •wrapped in deep repose, the chief adven­ ture of the return was apt to be a stop •on the Kissing bridge (at Second ave aiue and Fiftieth street, a...

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. — 18 March 1898

*r •it "JTTIILYFTI'I•IIMIIT RTLLHITLI VN IMMFRI THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE. W.«. UAx*AJfoiti, soiroir. Watered at the I»ost-O®oent Virginia. Minn.. HR sefcunu olnGs mall matter. Terms. $2 Pet Year, in Advance. Official Paper, City of Virginia. Citg Official*. Mnyor. I*. W. SCORT. Recorder. H. J. EATON. Treasurer, A. tlA^KisfsoN. ALUEKMEN Z. K. BROWS, W. O. CARR, J. MOIUAKTY, GUST. JOHNSON W. F, DoNKtl.LY, J. p. OAMEKON, E. J. KJNUM, O. W. LL'NDSTROM. Munlclpnl Judge, CHAS. E. NELSON, T'lerk of court. AXEL E. CARI^ON. JUSTICES. H. J. EATON, VIVIAN PKIKCB, F. J. RINNKRT. f'hlof of lMie*\ A. RELANGKR. Street Corumlsaioiier. P. A. GANNON. Chief of Fire Department, HENRY KINO. Secretary Fire Dept.. PETEB BYRNE. The Malta. ARRIVE D.. M. & N. Ry. J)ulutli nndW st Superior 10:43 am P. & I. R. Ry., l*ower and Ely 10:30 a tuluth 7:40pm DEPART. r. & I. R. Ry 7:48 ft.. M. & X. Ry 12:40 D. & 1. E. Ry to Biwttblk, Tower and Ely 4:15pm The mail closes 15 minutes before train time ...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 25 March 1898

VOL. 6. :t: ,*a «g MUSIC FURNISHED FOR BALLS AND J* 4* A Strictly First-class Work at City Prices. •2* A JU BEST WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED VIRGINIA, mmm mmm I 1 A. HAWlUNSON, 11 VIRGINIA, WINN- 1 j| 5 5 5 3 5 Heavy AND HARDWARE STOVES AND TINWARE. COLE'S FAMOUS AIR-TIGHT A. HAWKINSON. 1 & S & fc fe S E S- & 2-' & S- & 5-: S & & & Moon & Kerr Lumber Co.. LUMBER, LATH AND SHINGLES. Special Attention to Local Trade. Ofliec and Mills, Virginia. Minn.- GEM ORCHESTRA. ENTERTAINMENTS, LACE CURTAINS A SPECIALTY. FIRST-CLASS WORK I GUARANTEED. MARTIN NELSON, Shoemaker. Shop in Burke Building, O. D. KINNEY. PRES. E. GRIGGS, CASHIER. .Does A General Banlcing Business.. VR*** "^RVA BEST ORGANIZATION OF ITS KIND IN THE NORTHWEST. PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. jf H. LIEN, MANAGER. VIRGINIA, MINN. |^atronize Home Industry by leaving Your Laundry ECEIVES DEPOSITS, Issues Foreign and Domestic Ex change. Sea Steamship Tickets and Pay Interest on Time Deposits I la iik on ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 25 March 1898

it f" THE YIRGM ENTEfiM VIRGINIA* MINN. «. E. HANNAFORD, PUbltoMMT. FOREIGN NOTES OF INTEREST —There are 1051 students at the Pope's Gregorian university at Rome this year, %MK more than in the last year before the Italians took the eity. Of these, 6GU study theology, 307 philosophy and 78 canon law. —M. Frederic Fargeon, the oldest mem­ ber of the French bar, died recently at N»ue» at the age of 98 years. He was counsel for the Pa ris-Lyon-Medi terra nee railroad, and appeared in court till he was 1)2 years old. "Lewis Carroll" of Alice in Wonder­ land is to have Jftn appropriate memorial in the establishment of cot after him in the London Children's hospital, for which purpose a subscription of ^5000 is being raised. —Though the French bounty on ship­ building amounts to $25,000 for a 2000 ton ship, the Rouen shipyards are refusing all orders, as most of the ships they have launched thus far have beeu constructed at a loss. —Near Durlach in Baden the tombstone of a hundred-year-ol...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 25 March 1898

fl •t?P' ':o ft V. f. ar 3 f. -ft Obn«hIttc Ijeada to Consumption, Eu&i' -once. sample _. cent bottles. Qo st oncsi dsliys are dan* gerous. —Pr- Nanaen, tke Arctic explorer, nar­ rowly escaped death while traveling in iitighind. his' locked compartment catch­ ing tire from an overheated axle. I shall recommend Plso's Cure for Con­ sumption far and wide.—-Mrs. Mulligan, Plomstead, Kent, England, NOT. 8,1803. —The dosijjn of the mace in the House of Representatives is borrowed from the emblems of the Roman republic. —The word squirrel is from two Greek words which mean shadow-tail. America's Greatest Medicine Greatest, Because in cases of Dyspep­ sia Hood's Sarsaparilla has a touch like magic, which just hits the spot, brings relief to the sufferer, and gives tone and strength to the stom ach as no other medicine does. Could Not Eat Without Pain. "For many years I have been a sufferer from a severe case of dyspepsia. I could not eat without great pain in my stomach and would be si...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 25 March 1898

THE Ir. £?. ISA NSAFtiliD, EDITOR. Entered ut the ptJSt om'i'oatVirgiuiu, Minn., a» seeouo olnss nmll matter. ierms, *2 Per Year, iti Advance. 8.' K. BurtsvN, \V. G. CAirtf, J. ARFCKIAKTY, GCST. JOHNSON V, I'NNK.LT, J. F. CAMKKON, The convention Tuesday eve_ FIIDG was organized by the se­ lection of J. Taylor as chair man and W. H. Wicks as secre­ tary. After the appointment and report of a committee on creden­ tials the cotf^ention proceeded to place in nomination candidat­ es for city offices as follows: For mayor, P. W. Scott for record­ er, Axel E. Carlson for treasur er, John D. Lamont. But one nomination was made for any office and by direction the secre tary cast the ballot of the con­ vention for each candidate. The business before the con­ vention was closed by the ap pointment of a city committee for the ensuing year composed as follows: chairman, J. D. Tay lor secretary, W. H. Wicks E. Z. Griggs, W. J. Moore, E. Barley, Gust Johnson, F. Rinnert, A. Newton Brown, JS. Nelso...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 1 April 1898

VOL. 6. «r ft. Office and Mills, Virginia, Minn.- MUSIC FURNISHED FOR He H. LtEN. Strictly First-class Work at City Prices. -'c I I*f-: fc&t: f, f-:f 1 A. HAWRINSON, VIRGINIA, MINN. Heavy AND Shelf HARDWARE STOVES AND TINWARE. COLE'S FAMOUS AIR-TIGHT HEATERS I A. HAWKINSON. Moon & Kerr Lumber Co., Manufacturers of and Dealers In LUMBER, LATH AND SHINGLES. Special Attention to Local Trade. GEM ORCHESTRA. BALLS AND ENTERTAINMENTS. PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. FIRST-CLASS WORK I GUARANTEED. BEST WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED VIRGINIA, Deposits LACE CURTAINS A SPECIALTY. MARTIN NELSON, Shoemaker. Shop in Burke Building, O. D. KINNEY, PRES. E. GRIGGS, CASHIER. BANK S£ VIRGINIA, Tinp.fi ji General Banking Business.. J^ECEIVES DEPOSITS, Issues Foreign and Domestic Ex BEST ORGANIZATION OF ITS KIND IN THE NORTHWEST. MANAGER, VIRGINIA-, MINN. Troy Steam Laundry, J. J. BOOTH, PROPRIETOR. Ij^atronize Industry by leaving Your Laundry In The City 4» $ Chestnut Street, Virginia, Minn. change. Sea St...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 1 April 1898

THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA, MINN. W. C. HANNAFORD, PibHthtf. ii MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. —Christmas cards first came into fash­ ion 1846. —An clcoUio^ooriual _.„ ed which rimisa bell as soon as anvone steps on it. finis making it safe to leave the doors open. —London has a resident popidatign of nearly 1000 professional orchestral Instru­ mentalists. Of this total nearly 700 are violinists. —By experiments on rabbits Prof.Flscbl has demonstrated that getting- chilledha« a most important effect in predisposing to disease. Piscatorial authorities say that, were it not for the uatural enemies of fish, the codhsh would fill all the available space' in the seas, rivers and weans. —Tops are being manufactured which are spun by a curreut of air directed bv a blow-pipe into the curved channels ex­ tending outward from a central opening" an the top. —It has recently been claimed that iron ships with electric plants suffer rapid de­ terioration of their pipes having direct connection with t...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 1 April 1898

•ifg-t i&V" «*S. r* ffe ~tjgi~/' iL-fer sWf: The (flowing is a characteristic Hood's Sarsaparilla testimonial. Facts like these hare rtade Hood's Sarsaparilla America's Greatest Medicine and en­ deared it to thousands of hpmes scat­ tered all over tbis broad land. "We like to tell what Hood's fftresap** rllla has done for us. Oar foar chi^ren had diphtheria. From the very first mm little boy Ralph, then seven years old, ,wa» Is America's Greatest Sold by all druggists. VERDE ANTIQUE MARBLE. Lost la Thesealy, bat Foand lm Inex­ haustible Store in Georgia. In the early centuries of the Christian era, and possibly before, the exquisite green marble, veined with white, which the ancients prized so highly for orna­ mental building purposes, was quarried iu Thessaly. With the advent of the dark ages the location of the quarries was lost and has never since been found. The ruined structures were stripped to afford decorations for modern churches aud palaces, and the. marble became very...

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. — 1 April 1898

tHE VIRGINIA tor ENTERPRISE. ttJS'NAFVRD, EDITOR. Entered at the tosKffice nt Virginia, Minn.. second dines mall waiter. fTefms, £2 Per Year, in Advance. of Virginia. City Official*. Majfor, P. W. SCOTT. tiecorder, H. J. EVTOS. Ilietgant, A. IIAWKINSOX. ATDEKMEN FC. K. BHOWX, W. G. CARH, J. MORIAKTT, GUST. JOHNSON W. P, DOXNKI.LY, J. P. CAMERON, E. J. EIKVM, C. W. LUMDSTROM. Municipal Judge. CHAS. E. NELSON, Tierk of Court, Am E, CARLSON. .irSTICES. 11. J. EATON, VIVIAN PHINOB, P. J. RINNERT. Chief of Police, A. RELANGER. Street Commissioner. P. A. GANNON. Chief of Fire Department, HENRY KINO. Secretary Fire Dept.. PETER BYRNE. Tkt Mmila. ARRIVE D., M. & N. Ry. buluth and West Superior 10:46 am D.AI.R. Ry., •Tower and Ely 10:30 a t)uluth 7:40 pm DEPART. 1. & I. R. Ry 7:48 am t.. M. & N\ Ry 13:40 D. & I. R. Ry to Biwabik, Tower and Ely 4:15pm The mail closes 15 minutes before train time on D., M. & N. and 30 minntes before train departure over the D. & I. R. E...

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