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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 5 April 1895

1 VIRGINIA, MINN. W. E. HANNAFORO, Publisher. CURIOUS CONDENSATIONS. —Farmers and stock raisers of this country have livestock valued at $2,208, 7(57,573. —In Austria the royal pawnshops charge on au average about 10 |er cent, interest on articles deposited. —Illinois makes the abandonment of a wife, or a child under 12 years of age, a misdemeanor. —Newspaper editors of Turkey and Kussia are in constant dread of being sent, to prison for publications. —Joseph Henry, in 1831. was the first to construct a motor which worked by electro magnetic attraction. —Count Jean deChabannes' yacht, built of aluminum, cost him about $10,00i). It is a ten-ton racing boat. —The Order of the Slaves of Virtue was a decoration for the noble ladies of (Jeimany. It was founded in 1(H2. —The most famous of the Prussian orders is that of the Black Eagle, found­ ed in 1701 as a reward for valor. —The order of A lean turn is one of the oldest Spanish degrees of knighthood, having been founded in 1130. —The w...

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. — 5 April 1895

Cchrauc's $1,000,000 Cure for Ithcn- niutinni. Some Iowa references for "Selirnge's $1,000,000 Hlieumntio Cure:" A. J. Os l««rno. Newton, "send me six dozen by express J. F. Faux, Sioux Oitv Dr. .1. \V. Coxe. Washington 0. F. Ut terbeck, Sigourney Savings Bank D. storio, Chariton, and many others. it Drew, Comm. lid. Pub. Works, Milwaukee, Wis., praises it highly and ifcomniends it to everybody. It must be g,*iod or doctors would not prescribe it. Ten thousand truthful testimonials it has cured where all else failed. D*. not waste your money on external appll rations or opiates. Tr.is is harmless, pleasant and has the highest Indorse­ ments on earth. Mrs. John A. Logan (wi«low of the famous general), Wash­ ington. I. c.. uses it. 1.50 a bottle. Worth double. Write to-day. Don't accept something "just as good.'* Cures gout and neuralgia. Swanson Rheumatic Cure Co., 107 Dearborn street, Chicago. liitrmiuctiou of "Splits." "Split" is term used in England for half-pint bottle which is l...

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. — 5 April 1895

GO TO THE Fine Residence Lots For Sale, "Manufacturers of and Dealers In/ 331 West Superior Duluth, South ,vw¥riy FOR GENERAL MERCHANDISE Groceries Provisions, Boots nd Shoes, Dry Goods and Notions, Men's and Ladies' Furnishing Goods, -A Complete Line 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 RENT. Second-Hand Pianos and Organs at Reduced Prices. Old Instruments Taken in Exchange. Tarma Cash or Molithly Payments. r' lUi "ay. Direct ttine Eaat. •aat Bound. 5.15 pm 4.45 am l.M pn lOJt pm 19.15 am lil am 10 am LT.. Ar... Ar... Ar... Ar... Ar... Ar .. Ar... Ar... Daily Except Sunday. For rate* and information call on S. A. LOVE. Agent The Duluth & Iron Range Railroad Company. PASSENGER TIMB TABLE. (In effect Jun. 23rd. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 12 April 1895

-•f MiMi 'Chestnut Street, GREAT 3 lb Can Peaches California Peaches, Grapes, 44 Plums Gallon Apples, 44 Pears, 41 reaches, Apricots, Cherries, Rhubarb, Plums, MY SPECIALTY Words by our Spring Poet. "Many men of many minds, Many goods of many kinds, Dettcr goods than c're before COMPANY, A AG KNTiS F(1H T. L. BLOOD & CO.'S Northwestern Brand iiiBix Mixed Paints, A Full and Complete Stock. White LiiiiseBd Oil, "V a:^msii©s, Colors in Oil Spring and Summer which are arriving daily. We offer FOR CASH ONLY as follows: 12 Cans Tomatoes, Corn, Peas, Beaii& Filmin Apricots, Pear & Mars tmo, 37" Colors, 3~s£a.i:o."t lOana.®! Call and See Oar Aeso: 'tment VIRGINIA, MINN. "r~f u- .*'• T7^VT» mxT-n W offer the People of lrgima and Vicinity FOR THE I ion •. iS EXT THIRTY DAYS, GOODS AT COST. .» depth of 130 feet and much de We have to do this to make room for I r-y ry at the mine during the winter, a or Squash for $1.00. 10 Blueberries, 15 Straw berries and 15 berries 10c per can. 3...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 12 April 1895

VOL. 3. T. GREAT SLAU 3 lb Can Peaches California Peaches, Grapes, Gallon Apples, Peary. Peaches, Apricots, Cherries, Rhubarb, Plums, MY SPECIALTY- "Many men of many minds, Many goods of many kinds, Better goods than e're before Prescott & Mars COMPANY, A A.4 KNTS FOK mm* llWBBWWVWI Mixed Paints A Full and Complete Stoek. Wilite Lead, Lsiiiseed Oil, Spring and Summer Stocks which are arriving daily. We offer FOR CASH ONLY as follows: 12 Cans Tomatoes, Com, Peas, BeaiiSj. Pump id Apricot?, Pea ib Plums "Don't forget to come and see What you can do in buying tea, And look the goods o'er and o'er, THE L. BLOOD & CO.'S Northwestern Brand Turpentine, ~%T atnislies, Colors in Oil Oolor^, 3P£4,i:o.t 23:ruLslies. Call and See Oar Assortment. nest nut VIRGINIA, MINN. We offer the People of Virginia and Vicinity Ft)R THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS, GOODS AT COST. We IifiVe to do this to make room for or Squash for $ 1.00. 101B1 ueberri ea, Raspberries, 15 Straw berries and Goose 15 berries 10c ...

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. — 12 April 1895

SHE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA, MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, Publisher. CURIOUS CONDENSATIONS. —Bohemia was early famous for glass production. .1 miliary blossoms fill no man's cellar, says an old adage. —In 1407 the severe cold weather killed all the small birds in England. -Wrestling was in favor in Scotland long l»efore the English adopted it. —As late as the Seventeenth century glass windows were a rarity in Seothuui. I he fulmar petral lays but one egg, yet it is believed to le the most nunier ous bird iu the world. The French took to glass-blowing in the Sixteenth century and made great progress in the art. —-Sea birds outnumber land birds, be­ cause their food never fails, not because they are more prolific. —Vandyke, the jjainter, was fond of the IVcameron, ami often, in conversa­ tion. quoted from its pages. On a tomb of Belli Hassan, supposed to date from o(HH B. C.. there are repre­ sentations of glassblowers. —Iu IOngland in the Twelfth centurv houses provided with glass win...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 12 April 1895

#4?: i?« ?HE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA, MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, Publisher. CURIOUS CONDENSATIONS. —Bohoutia was early famous for glass production. —January blossoms fill no man's cellar, says an old adage. —In 1407 the severe cold weather killvd all the small birds in England. —Wrestling was in favor in Scotland long before the English adopted it. As Into as the Seventeenth century glass windows wore a rarity iu Scotland. he fulmar petral lays but one egg, yet it is believed to Ik the most numer­ ous bird in the world. The French took to glass-blowing in the Sixteenth century and made great progress in the art. Sea birds outnumber land birds, be­ cause their food never fails, not because tliey are more prolific. —Vandyke, the painter, was fond of the IVcaineron. anil often, in conversa­ tion. quoted from its pages. Oil a tomb of lleni Hiisseu, supposed to date from oOtH) It. there'are repre­ sentations of glassblowers. In England in the Twelfth century houses provided with glass w...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 12 April 1895

jsmm Novel Passes. The theaters iu Japan have a novel method of pass-out tickets which are positively not transferable. When a per­ son wishes to leave the theater before the close of the performance, with the inten­ tion of returning, he goes to the door­ keeper and holds out his right hand. The doorkeeper then, with a rubber stamp, imprints on the palm the mark of the establishment. Noiseless Gum. "(Jot any chewing gum?" asked the hag irard-looking man, who was plainly suffer­ ing from nervous strain. "What kind?" asked the druggist. "Any kind, so it is noiseless. 1 want to give ii to the fellow who works at the next desk to mine. I haven't been able to keep my books straight for a month."— Indianapolis Journal. What a Blessing li is to h.tvo strong nerves, auil how many are denied It. They to whom nature has been niggard in this respect cau enjoy nerve vigor and tpiietnde if they use Ilostetier's Stomach Hitters, one of the Huest nerviues and tonies in existence. Dyspepsia, a pro...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 12 April 1895

J.r.rj, lDry }ood Fine Residence Lots For Sale, iiT TOi "Manufacturers of and 'Dealers In 3&West Duluth, South c* Diraot l.ine East. last Boun»l. 5.15 pro Lv.. Ar... Ar... Ar... Ar... Ar... Ar .. Ar... Ar. am 1.00 pm ....Marquette... Mackinaw City. ..Grand Rapids.. .Sault Ste. Marie. 10.56 pm 10.15 am •.55 am Ia Effect Feb. 4th, 18W. a. m. 7:44 Lt Duluth Ar !045 Blwni ,v MeKlnlev Ar Virginia Allan Juiic:..ou Tower Ely.^.... To**er Wr JUWAb: Allen Junction £otp .••*»iV»VeVsV.iV» •V.lfiiV FAIR STORE, For "Groceries and Provisions, Booty and Shoey. .7 Complete Line 0 Goods and Notions- :o Men's and Ladies' Furnishing Goods. Hardware, Tinware, Croekery, Flour, Feed, Hay and Oats. t^TGood Goods and Low Prices. Call and See Us- &• MAfttlN, PROP.5 Virginia, Minn. P. W. SCOTT & CO., REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE. Business and Improved Business Residence Lots for and Residence Prop Sale on Easy Terms, erty For Sale Cheap HOUSES AND STORES TO RENT. superior Ht, Second-Hand Pianos and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 19 April 1895

A Full CllCf-timt Street, iTTi"niT GREAT ik "I a Apricots, Cherries, Rhubarb, Plums, MY SPECIALTY "Many men of many minds, Many goods of many kinds, Better goods than e're before Prescott & Mars COMPANY, A E N S O T. L. BLOOD & CO.'S Northwestern Brand Mixed Paints, aVid Complete Stoek. White Lead, Turpentine, "V arnislies, Colors in Oil Dry Colors, Paint Brusb.es. Call and See Our Assortment. Spring and Summer Stocks which are arriving daily. We offer FOR CASH ONLY as follows: 12 Cans Tomatoes, Corn, Peas, Beans, Pumpkin or Squash for 81.00. 3 lb Can Peaches California Peaches, Grapes, Apricots, Pears Plums Gallon Apples, Pears, Peaches, VIRGINIA, MINN. SALE! Vve oli'er the People of Virginia and Vicinity FOR THE is EXT THIRTY DAYS, GOODS AT COST. We have to do tliis to make room for 10 Blueberries, Raspberries, 15 Straw berries and Goose 15} berries 10c per can. 15 15 15 30 40 40 40 40 40 40 Dried Apples, Peaches, Pears, Plums and Figs. Potatoes, Cabbage, Onions, Etc. Men'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 19 April 1895

$?• 5HE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA, MINN. W. E. HANNAFORO, Publisher. CURIOUS CONDENSATIONS. —Broadcloth. so-cnUcd from its width, \as first made in England. —It is estimated that gold in circula­ tion wears out on an average in 240 years. —Jeremy Taylor was always very much in earnest, and showed the fact in his voice. —Our coal mines produce llo.2ii7.845 tons of bituminous coal and 4(,8uO,4oO tons ot anthracite. --I'ht and power are now transmit­ ted troui San Antonio to San Bernar­ dino. C'al.. a distance of 30 miles. -IMu-idon of Arjjos is said to have coined silver at Acsrina in the Eighth century before the Christian era. In December, 1S71. Germany de­ creed the gold standard and commenced the coinage of the precious metal. —"Return. O Wanderer, Return," was by illiain li. I'ollyer, and was lirst printed in the Evangelical Magazine in ISOti. "My Savior. My Almightv Friend," was written by Watts. Set to a melody troni tlainlel, it has been very popular. "t'onae. Let I Join Ou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 19 April 1895

Tho Involution Of Modii-inal ngonts is gradually rel««at i»S tho old time herbs, pills, draughts aiul yosMablt' extracts to the roar anil liniijiuis into general use the pleasant :hhI eft'ei'tive liquid laxative, 1 Syrup of To get tho true remedy see that it manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only. For sale by all leading drujisists. leaves an Indelible Mark. Aluminum has the property, when user its a pencil, of leaving an indelible marl on_glass or any other substance having •siliceous base. A deposition of the meta takes place, and while this may be re­ moved \viih a suitable acid wash, the mark itself cannot be removed by rub­ bing or washing. This property is sus­ ceptible of a variety of practical applica­ tions in decorating glass. American colonial art is becoming fashionable in London. A set of ten handsomely i-.irved chairs, imported from Pennsylvania 150 years ago, were sold there recently for $75. -Manager (behind the scenes)—"'Ton my word, what a tremendous suc...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 19 April 1895

c* Lv MMMti *V as«a, FAIR STORE, A Complete Line Fine Residence Lots For Sale, Manufacturers of and Dealers In. Duluth, South For- ore and Atlantic Rai: »*/. Direot liine East. Bast Bound. A'ear. Boudd. 6.15 pm 4.4R am 1.00 pm 10.55 pm 10.15 am 6.53 am £.10 4.85 pm 8.M pm Lv...i... .Dalutta Ar Ar Marquette Lv Ar... Mackinaw C|ty—T.v Ar Grand Rapids Lv Ar Sault 8te. Marie—Lv Ar ...Toronto Lv Ar Montreal Lv Ar Boston Lv Ar New York Lv Lines to Europe. Tickets via BOO PACIFIC LIN* to Western Points Pacific Coast and California. T. H. LARKB, Com'l Agent, 120 Spaulding House Block Duluth. sii&n. Duluth, Missabe & Northern Railroad. Passanger Time Table. In Effect Feb. 4th, 1886. a. in. p.m. 7:45 Lv Duluth Ar 3:30 10:43 Ar Virginia Lv 12:40 Daily Except Sunday. For rates and Information call oa 1 A. LOVE. Agent The Duluth & Iron Range Railroad Company. PASSENGER TIME TABLE. (In effect Jan. 23rd. 1805.) NORTH BOUND. Lv. Duluth 3:15 pm. Two Harbors 4:15 Allan Junction 6:00 Biwab...

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

VOL. 3. Call and p. 'fifSfiiptt ^4 -1 -1 i5s yy si CljCsllillt k- tltv, s. THE. Prescott & Mars COMPANY, AGKNTS FOR, T. L. BLOOD & CO.'S Norlifwestern Brand Mixed Paints, A Full and Complete Stcek. "I/'ST'liil:© X_!©£td, H»inse©d Oil* THE T*o.2*i©3nL"tixi.©» ~W st misli.es, Colors 1x3. Oil C6lors, 2P£a,i:o.1 DESanxEslaLOEs. Poo Our Assortment. a fc£3n 3 vJ" \i S 0^ That tlie old reliable firm of Into their Grand New Store next to tlie Virginia Cash Store and are prepared to satisf your longings in anything in the line of Confectionery. Fruit, Cigars or Tobaeeo. B^rThey also handle a fine assortment of Pipes^jgf We have added a Complete Line of SPICES to our already Complete Stock. THEIR ICE CREAM PARLORS will be open one week from tomorrow, Saturday, May 11. £3irDont forget to bring your best girl and sample some delicious Buluth Ice Cream. YOURS TO PLEASE, "LAIVR I Mmmrn Staple and Fancy Groceries, and Provisions. We are receiving DAILY by express shipments of GREENS, VEGET...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 3 May 1895

ifcj4.-. mi VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA, MINN. W. E. HANNAFORO, FOREIGN MOTES OF INTEREST. meruug" Edouurd de ltcszke will be ttao Wotan. —Lougfellow's "Ballad of Carihillinn," »et to music by a young Scotch com jvoser, Archibald D. Arnott, wus recently snug for the tirst time by the London Choral union. —Natural gas is reported to have been discovered the bed of the Rio Plata, near Buenos Ayres. A bill granting a monopoly of it to the discoverer is before the Congress, —Adelina Patti will receive $12,000 for six per forma uces at Covent garden, $2000 a night, which is nearly double what any prima donna has ever received at a London opera house. —Wagner's "Tannhaeuser" is to be brought out at the Paris Grand Opera next month for the tirst time since 1801. It was then given three times and howled down. —Mrs. Burnett ''Little Lord Fauntle roy' has just been brought out iu a Flinch translation at the Comedie Pa risienne as "Le Petit Lord," with great success. —Both Oxford and Cambridg...

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

,\ I .«&:»• •*, ^. j". I •S: '^v •*7r" *%,??£ -w What an ordinary man eats ana the \?&y he eats it would l?e enough to give dyspepsia to an ostrich—unless the os­ trich were wise enough to as sist his digestion from time to time •with an efficient combination of vegetable ex tracts. Such a 3S» ?5 preparation is J* Ir. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, tfcf* They are the pills _par excellence IT tor those who sometimes eat the wrong things and too much. They stimulate action in all of the digestive organs. They stop sour stomach, windy belehings, heartburn, flatulence and cure constipation, biliousness, dyspepsia, in­ digestion, sick headache and kindred derangements. Once used they are always In favor. The Impressionistic School. Limned on a blotch of purple tog A greeulsli haymow lies, While cows stand dank and oyster-Ilka In ghostly panoplies. A Jaundiced sun with nrlckly edge Stabs through the pudgy mist. "here a dreamy-legged farmhand holds The milkmaid ue has kissed. —New York...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 3 May 1895

mmmm aajta-FAIR STORE, -For- CxENERflL MERCHANDISE. A Complete Line THE MESABA Meat Go., Have the best market and carry the best unci largest stock of Fresh & Salt Meats of all kinds of any firm on the entire range. Buy your meats of them! Chestnut Street. Virginia, Minn. INSURANCE. and REAL ESTATE Lots for Sale on Easy Monthly Payments. Lots Bought Deafly & Sibbald, CONTRACTORS AKD BUILDERS. Estimates Furnished on All Kinds of Buildings. Plans and Specifications Furnished at Moderate Prices. Two Doors East of Opera Houss, Chestnut Street., Virginia, Minn. Boiler, Pump and Hoist GHfafceries and Provisions, Boots and Shoes. Dry Goods and Notions -o Men's and Ladies' Furnishing Goods. Hardware, Tinware, Crockery, Flour, Feed, Hay and Oats. "15?™Good Goods and Low Prices. Call and See Us- WETCALF A DAY. DENTISTS. COI.USIBUS BLOCS, DULUTLI. MINN. The finest Dental Work, at Reasonable Prices. :i Specialty. Gold, Amalgam and Al 1*J Fillings. Gold and Porcelain Crowns and Bridges. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 3 May 1895

VKT i, •P IRONWOOD HOUSE, *-i GOOD TABLE AND BEDS.———-- RATES: $1.00 Per Day. $4.50 Per. Week. Table Board. $4.00 Per Week Good Bar in Connection. ANDERSON & BURK, Proprietor. V' .. J-W. Baggott&Co. HOUSE AND MACHINERY MOVERS. A complete Outfit for all work of this kind, and promt and satisfactory Attention given to all Orders. SRI€©S R€^S P. O. Box 139, or orders left at the Drake & Stratton Boarding House. Virginia, Minn. ri I J. F. MICHAN Suits Made to Order Perfect Fit and Workmanship Guaranteed. Latest Styles. VIRGINV, MINN. Virginia, Minn., Friday, flay 3, 1895. General News Item*. Elmer1 Mathieson won a hand­ some bed room suite in a raffle by the Virginia Furniture Co. on Saturday last, for 91 cents. Mrs. A. M. Lang will sell her household goods at auction next Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Lang will remove to Duluth, and their house in this city will be for rent. Dock laborers at Marquette are on a strike. The state militia has been called out. On...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 3 May 1895

Attorneys. M. C. PALMER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office over Jaokson & Co.'s Store, Chestnut Street, Virfrinia, Minnesota. L. McNEEL, Attorney at Law, Collections Given Prompt Attention. Calderwood Block, Vinrinia. Minn. J. D. TAYLOR, m LAWYER, Collections Promptly Attended to Bank Block. Virginia. W. COLVILLE, Liand Attorney, No. 403 Masonio Temole. Duluth. Minn {FHANK JUTRASH, Tinner and Plumber. Cornice.Work a Specialty. Stove Pipes made and Rivited and Stoves Re paired. Tin Hoofing, Eaves Troughs, Etc. Shop on West Chestnut St., Virginia, Minn. Bus and Baggage -LINE.- SETH SELLERS, PPOPRIETOR. flakes All Trains. ..jPasaengers to atrd from all parts of the city.. Leave ordein at Livery Barn. •iririnia. Minn. H. J. Eaton & Co., LIGHT AND HEAVY Sale and Feed Stable, Near- Wfstend of Walnut St. All ordeg Promptly, ^ndedTo. Freight and Viggage Hauled Virginia, Minn., Friday, May 3, 1895. T-rr General Kevea Xlq/ns, On account of the dedicatory exercises at the Presbyterian church on ...

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. — 10 May 1895

i- VOL. 3. Chestnut Street, THE, Prescott & Mars COMPANY, AG ENTS FOR. T. L. BLOOD & CO.'S Northwestern Brand 1 Mixed Paints, wwwwwfgwuui)n»m»jiMwmwvii.wuiwwfwwwmiwim A Full and Complete Stoek. Wiiit© 3Ls©eia, Xjiniseeci Oil, ~W Turpentine, £a,'mi©l3LO!S, Colors in Oil Dry Colors, Ip£5,ii3."t Brusl3.es. Call ancl See Our Assortment. You Know! That the old reliable firm of A- Ed Have Moved! Into tlieir Grand New Store next to the Virginia Cash Store and are prepared to satisf your longings in anything in the line of Confectionery. Fruit, Cigars or Tobaeeo. taSTThey also handle a fine assortment of Pipes^jFf We have added a Complete Line of SPICES to our already Complete Stock. THEIR ICE CREAM PABLORS will be open one week from tomorrow, Saturday, May 11. £3|PDont forget to bring your best girl and sample some delicious Duluth Ice Cream. YOURS TO PLEASE, "IaIVR and IA RT live STORE," »i VIRGINIA, MINN. POTVIN BROS. iwuwfmwwwtwwwiiiwintwwwwi D. M. MOUSERJ PROPRIETOR, —i fl Stap...

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