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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 28 February 1883

« ►» ~c a a £ « ® ► S « ? 5s » * • 8 h GBEENVILLE-^BANNEE 2 £- |«3 5* * VOL. I.—NO. 38 PERSONAL PEN. Personal Paragraphs Pointedly Penciled. Mr. Cassell was here Sunday. Dr. Gilkerson lias lately been sick. Mr. J. J. Larew has bought another mule. Miss Jennie Miller improves under Dr. Tate’s treatment. Mrs. Hitt, at Mrs. N. Green’s, is much afflicted with rheumatism. Hyde, son-of Geo. Bowers, Esq,, near town, has been sick for some time. K. S. Blauth has our thanks for a New York “Sun’’ for Sunday a week. ■ Mr. J. J. Larew has built a new smokehouse at a tenement house on his farm. Wash. Helmick has moved to the house lately occupiedjby Mrs. Shultz, near Col. Lilley’s. Miss Julia Smith came up from the A. F. Seminary, Staunton, Friday and returned Monday. Mrs. Liggett, daughter of Rob’t Scott, Esq., near Stuart’s Draft, is ■ living at Wardensville, W. Va. Mrs. M. J. Shultz and son John left for Nelson county Wednesday, where they lately bought a farm. Misses Brawford, late residents...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 28 February 1883

GREENVILLE BANNER. Eilitml ami puhliohed ivory Wedm-mlay by j. ii. m;itu i:u< co., owmm% Office in the BEARD BUILDING. Main street. f Entered at the Poutottico, (ir«»**nvillct, Va., as second-class mail matter.] RATES: ONE YEAR, $1; SIX MONTHS, CO CTS., cash is advance. On the receipt of five new names and five dollars this paper will he sent for one year prat is to getter up of the. club. XPIRATION NOTICE:--Our plan is to notify all subscribers of the expiration of their subscriptions by a cross mark on the first page above the heading, which says the time is out and invites an early renewal! Postage always paid by the proprietors. Papers missing will be duplicated when in we have it in our power. Correspondents must give their names and write on one side of the paper only. A IIVKWTISK JIK-WN Should reach us not later than Tuesday noon of each week to insure insertion in the following issue, and will In- inserted at the following reasonable figures: 1 inch 1 time, - - * ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 28 February 1883

OUR OWN OLIO. \ I If base ball players, instead of mechanics, would go on strikes the country could stand it. Many a self-made man would • have done better by himself had he let the contract, out to somebody else. The thermometer seems to be a very sensible sort of affair in warm weather. It is always quoted as being in the shade. A Kush Lawyer and His Client. ‘‘My wood choppers captured a sloth this morning,” said the judge as we walked toward the ravine—‘•a big black sloth—a ‘bush lawyer/ as the Indians call them. They tied him to the stump of a tree, and what do yon suppose 1 found when 1 came out to fetch him? Here we are! Just look at this happy family.” The old sloth lay on his back, near the stump where the wood choppers had left him, but in his claws he held the strangest animal I ever saw in my life—a black, hairy little brute, about the size of a young bear, but with a big tail that turned and twisted left and right like a snake. “What in the world do you call that'/’ 1 as...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 28 February 1883

The Propensity in Man to Domineer. [Concluded from last week.) i Whilst the sovereign power of Virginia is only the conception ol < power, consequently intangible, the people of Virginia have some- < t hing that is tangible, viz: property. The support of government is money or its equivalent. Money or its < equivalent, are absolute indespensibles in conducting the business affairs of a government, and when there is no form of government . there is no property, and conse- < quently no observance of the rights ; of man. The laws of Va., made < by and with the authority of the powers named in its constitution, obligatory covenants between all parties who in any way obligate themselves to be bound by these agreements and the consequences thereof, and these covenants being the acts of the people’s constitutional agents the people are bound to comply with the conditions set forth in the covenant. The act being the people’s act and by ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 7 March 1883

JJi a fl £ ? * * Is* fl U * - 5 « •fl S»S iff GREENVILLE'-^BANNER Vu-L. L—NO. 39. PERSONAL PEN. Personal Paragraphs Pointedly Penciled. L. J. Piiaup rode out Sunday. Dr. Tate has much improved his house. Mr. G. C. Hawpe is sporting a new hat. Mias M. Palmer went toWaynesboro Friday. Juettk Vines, our popular harness maker, went to Roanoke Monday. A. G. Duncan went to Philadelphia last week and to Charlottesville Monday. Jos. Spillinqer, the enterprising spoke buyer, has purchased a pretty sorrel horse. John Glenn and lady, of South River, have removed to the vicinity of Hebron church. G. W. A., of Hanger & Armentrout,the Staunton machinery men, was in town Wednesday and called. Mr. Forbes, son of the late Wm, Forbes, has been visiting at Capt. Merritt’s, near town, for several weeks. T. W. Lambert went to Waynesboro Saturday to see his wife, who, we are glad to know, is improving quite much. Mrs. Gillum, of our town, now in the West, will please accept our thanks for a c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 7 March 1883

GREENVILLE BANNER. Editod and published every Wednesday by JT. 11. ItIIRWELIi & CO., Owners. Office in the BEARD BUILDING, Main street. fEntered at the Postoffioe, Greenville, Va., as second-class mail matter.] RATES: ONE YEAR, $1; SIX MONTHS, 60 CTH., CASH IN ADVANCE. On the receipt of five new names and fire dollars this paper will be Rent for one year gratis to getter up of the club. XPIRATION NOTICE!—Our plan is to notify all subscribers of the expiration of their subscriptions by a cross mark on the first page above the heading, which says the time is out and invites an early renewal! Postage always paid by the proprietors. Papers missing will be duplicated when in we have it in our power. Correspondents must give their names and write on one side of the paper only. AWVERTISEMFATB Should reach us not later than Tuesday noon of each week to insure insertion in the following issue, and will be inserted at the billowing reasonable figures: I inch 1 time, - - - * $ 1 in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 7 March 1883

“Bless the Lord, 0 my soul, and forget not all his benefits.” Low, yet thrilling was the voice in which these words found almost spontaneous utterance. He had ta ken no forethought as to what he should say. Hither he had come at the prompting of duty, and now When a raging lion was in his path he shrunk not back in terror, but resting in a divine power, moved steadily onward. “Clear out from here, I say!’ The voice of Dick Jones w'as angry still; yet something of its’evil pur pose was gone. “The Lord is my light and my salvation: whom shall I fear? The Lord is my strength and my life; ■of whom shall I be afraid?” loud nor in self-confi-dence was this spoken; else would it not have fallen on the ears ol that evil-minded man with sc strange a power. “Why have you come here tc trouble me? Go now—go, before 1 do you harm,” said Dick Jones greatly subdued in manner, and sinking into his chair as he spoke “Let us pray.” How strange these words sound edl They seemed spoken as trom the heav...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 7 March 1883

OUR OWN OLIO. Roanoke, Ya., has a boom in its tobacco market. Corn is up and growing vigorously in Southern Georgia. Another handsome hotel to be erected at Calara, Ala. Farmers in the upper Talley or Virginia are plowing for corn. Truck farming is beingextensively engaged in at West Tennesee. Green peas a foot high are the pride of Raleigh (N. C.) gardeners. The first shipment of Florida oranges to Germany was made last week. Farmers say that the small-grain crop in Georgia never looked better. There are 300 truck farms near Savannah, Ga., and the number is increasing. There are now five million dollars invested in pig-iron in Alabama. Many Alabama farmers will corn for cotton as the principal crop the coming season. The cotton receipts at Rome, Georgia, this year will reach 95,000 bales, the largest ever known. Extensive purchases of walnut lumber are being made in Texas by New Yorkers for shipment to Europe. A 5,000-spindle cotton factory went into operation at Rough Trough, Spar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 14 March 1883

S - £ 5 ® a m ■ «a • I J fit." GREENVILLE'^^BANNER 7 IS Hi ,w _»_ i? VOL. I.—NO. 40. PERSONAL PEN. Perso nat Paragraphs Pointedly Penciled, W. 11. Fix called last week. G. W. Armentuout called Sunday. 31. T. Pilson was to see us Sunday. W. 11. Steele was here Wednesday. Sam Mitchell was here Sunday from Waynesboro. L. M. Moore, near Midway, was in town Saturday. Wat. Supple has been working at Col. Lilley's a couple ot weeks. Wm. F. Smith lost a good horse, his sorrel leader, worth $l5O, last week. Alby, Mr. Geo. Hawpe’s son, has been complaining some time, but improves. Frank Parrack has gone to live at Millies, where he will run footcase shop. A. Hawpk and lady will reside on their farm at Hawpe’s sawmill, near town. Hr. T. Davis has gotten out 500 ties for the Valley Railroad on his land near town. Susie, little daughter of F. Lohr, has been ill lor some days, with Dr. Smith attending. Wm. Bell and the other Brownlee heirs are getting out 800 crossties for the V. R. Guy, the smal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 14 March 1883

GREENVILLE BANNER. Edited and published every Wednesday by J. 11. 111'RlVEMi & CO., Owners. Office in the BANNER BUILDING. Main street. [Entered at the Poatoflico, Greenville, V«., ns second-class mail matter.] RATES: ONE YEAR. $1; SIX MONTHS, (50 CTS., CASH IX ADVANCE. On the receipt of five new names and five ! dollars this paper will be sent for one year gratis to getter up of the club. XPIRATION NOTICE!—Our plan is to notify all subscribers of the expiration of their subscriptions by a cross mark on the first page above the heading, which says the time is out and invites an early renewal! Postage always paid by the proprietors. Papers missing will be duplicated when iu we have it in our power. Correspondents must give their names and write on one side ot the paper only. A DTEBTISE JKKNTN Should reach us not later than Tuesday noon of each week to insure insertion in the following issue, and will bo inserted at the following reasonable figures: 1 inch 1 time, - - • $ ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 14 March 1883

the “captain’s daughter,” and the generous impulse of. the honest Californian had restored his old sweetheart her and the heart of her faithful lover. “Mamma,’’said the little shyly, “is this gentleman the auctioneer, and will he take away all our pretty things?” “No, my darling,” said Ned, lifting the child far above his head, and then bringing the round cheek to a level with his open lips, “all your pretty things will remain—you and mama too.” -And you, too?” said Bertie, cordially, “I like.” And so these two, after years of separation were brought together again. And in such an odd manner, too! Icouldn't help thinking how I should have managed it, had I been writing a story instead of acting a part in real life. I should have found Mrs, Graham first, and sympathizingly won her to tell me the history of her troubles. Of course, 1 should have seen at a glance that she loved him still. And then I should have been the good angel to bring them together, ahd merit and receive their lif...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 14 March 1883

OUR OWN OLIO. < |\ i r Perry villo, Va., is to be lighted with gas. t Another stave factory is to go \ into operation at Louisa C. H., Va. r J Clayton county, Ga., has voted C in favor of the prohibition by 539 i majority. J The Norfolk knitting and cotton 8 •i ' 1 mills are working day and night to 1 till orders. There is more meat in Early 1 county, Ga., than there has been t for several years. ' 11. A. Bynum, of Pitt county, N. ( C., raised last year on 30 acres of 1 land 43 bales of cotton. 1 Robert Neville, of Loudoun Co., ( f has recently purchased three English draught horses tor $7,300. ] A Lynchburg firm has received j an order for a lot of smoking to- j bacco direct from the Sultan of j Turkey. I Richard S, Williams on yester- j day a week bought the farm of Jo- t sephus Singlehurst, containing 180 , acres, near Warrenton, Va., for $3,- ( 500. ( The artesian well at Thomasville, Ga., has reached a depth of 1,640 j feel, and is justly considered a j great bore. S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 21 March 1883

* jr t a s a X ® N S ■J 1 S g, fl fe 2 &£ a £ a GREENVILLE-^BANNER VOL. I.—NO. 41. y PERSONAL PEN Personal Paragraphs Pointedly Penciled. Hr. Jas. S. Hawpe was in Mon day. Mb. J. M. Bare called on us Mon day. R. B. Lambert was here Saturday. Mr. Hammond and lady left last week for Conference. R. B. Lambert will take his wife to live in Waynesboro about April Ist. Mrs. Taliaferro, at G.F.Keiser’s has returned from a visit to Albemarle. J. F. Lohr and family moved ovei the River to Mr. R. Supple’s lasi Thursday. H. Fulwider and sister’s concert at Sunnyside Thursday night panned out to the tune of $13.30. J. W. Vines, trustee, will sell on the 31st the Doyle land, 327 acres several miles distant from Greenville. Jas. Enoleman, a young man oi the Bethel neighborhood, has been sick from typhoid fever four or five weeks. Mr. Bolton, a Valley Railroad tie man, has been stopping at the hotel with his lady for several weeks. J. S. P. Brown, of Waynesboro brother of our neighbor ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 21 March 1883

GREENVILLE BANNER. Edited and published every Wednesday by J. 11.111 HWKLL & CO., Ovnem Office in the BANNER BUILDING, Main street. [Entered at the Postoffice, Greenville, Va. aa second-class mail mutter.J RATES: ONE YEAR, $1; SIX MONTHS. GO CTS. CASH IS ADVANCE. On the receipt of five now names and fivt dollars this paper will be sent ‘for one yeai gratis to getter up of the club, YFI RATION NOTICE!—Our plan is U notify all subscribers of the expiration o their subscriptions by a cross mark on th< first page above the heading, which says tin time is out and invites an early renewal! Postage always paid by the proprietors. Papers missing will be duplicated when ii we have it in our power. Correspondents must gis’e their names am write on one side of the paper only. ADYERTISE.HEITN Should reach us not later than Tuesday nooi of each week to insure insertion in the fol lowing issue, and will be inserted at the fol lowing reasonable figures: 1 inch 1 time, - - - ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 21 March 1883

FIRESIDE FUN , An old land mark—Mount Ararat Union Pacific—happy married life. The bored of revision —a proof reader. Our infant industries—cradle manufactories. To tell the age of a horse never look in the jockey’s mouth. A man’s mind is like his head—it must be made up occasionally. A new novel is entitled “Maud Lynn.” A story from reel life, no doubt. An exchange says they call it the Ottoman Empire because it is all the time being sat down upon. A St. Louis man imagines he has been to Heaven He has probably seen Chicago in his dreams. A second-hand clock won’t bring much; no one wants a clock with the secondh and omitted. The young man who practices on the trombone in the back yard is not a “private footer.” At least, not as private as his neighbors desire. An old plantation colored man said authoritatively: “When I see a man wid a sort ob dry smile on his face, it doan make no difference ef he totes a Bible in his pocket. * I deals wid him mighty careful.” A young politcian exp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 21 March 1883

OUR OWN OLIO . A large public hall is to be built at Fredericksburg, Ya. An old colored woman was burned to death at Pamphlin’s Depot Monday week. Christopher Roberts, a wellknown printer, died in Roanoke county last week. Judge Edmund Waddill, Jr., has qualified as district attorney for the eastern district ot Virginia. The large residence of Mrs. Brooks, in Nansemond county ,was destroyed by fire Sunday week. The residence of Elder T. J. Spencer, at Gordonsville, Va., was destroyed by fire on Monday week. Petersburg sumac dealers are buying that article along the line of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway. Nearly one million barrels will be needed to carry the truck raised around Norfolk, Ya., to market this season. Aaran Heflebower has sold to Thos. E. Shoemaker his farm near Ripon, Jefferson county, W. Va., containing 168 acres, at SSO per acre. Houses are going up as if by magic at Roanoke, Va. A lot which sold a year ago in the new city at $lO a front foot has just changed bonds ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 28 March 1883

® ►. c a a •« s ®; ► S'® m H *2 8 S I a it 3 &js I* 5 1 Ml B£f Bit GBEENYILLE'-'t^BANNEK VOL. I.—NO. 42. > PERSONAL PEN. Personal Paragraphs Pointedly Penciled. R. A. Palmer was in town last week. Walter Tate came up home on F riday. Miss C. Bare was with us during the show. Miss M. Palmer went to Waynesboro Saturday. J. W. Campbell, Newport, was in town last week. Mrs. Randolph, Charlottesville, is at W. F. Smith’s. R. B. Lambert was here Friday night with his lady. Rev. Jas. Murray and lady were in town Wednesday. Miss Viola Palmer, of Waynesboro, was at the “show.” Wn. Taliaferro, Newport, was in Greenville last week. Miss L. Hawpe spent Thursday and Friday nights with us. Juktte Vines, Esq., returned on yesterday week from Roanoke. F. O. Shultz, Rockbridge Baths neighborhood, was here last week. Mr. Hammond and lady reached home from Conference Thursday last. Mr. Duncan went to Lynchburg and Charlottesville the first of last week.' C. H. Lambert, of Waynes...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 28 March 1883

OHKENVILLE BANNER. Edited mid published every Wednesday by J. It. Ili KWFXL A CO., Owners. Office in the BANNER BUILDING, Mam street. [Entered at thajPofUoffice, Greenville, Va., as second-class mail mutter.J RATES: ONE TEAR, *1; SIX MONTHS. CO CTS., CASH IN ADVANCE. On the receipt, of five new names and five dollars this paper w ill he sent for one year gratis to getter np of the club. YPIRATION NOTICE!—Our plan is to notify all subscribers of the expiration of their subscriptions by a cross mark on the first page above the heading, which says the time is out and invites an early rcnewall Postage always paid by the proprietors. Papers missing will be duplicated when in wa have it in our power. Correspondents must give their names and write on one side of the paper only. ADVERTISEMENTS Should reach us not later than Tuesday noon of each week to insure insertion in the following issue, and will bo inserted at the lollowiug reasonable figures: 1 inch 1 time, - - - $ .)0 1 inch 2 times...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 28 March 1883

alone. He approached and made a remark about the weather. O commonplace young man! “I was just wishing for some one to come, and had a vague idea that a nymph might venture to show herself if no one else appeared,” she said, languidly fanning her flaming cheeks. “I will retire in favor of the nymph.” “No, I would rather see you now, having no energy left for the contemplation of naiads.” Dayton’s face lighted up for an instant and then resumed its gloomy expression. “Mr. Greydon has gone, and I suppose everyone else is off enjoying himself,” continued Ella. “I thought Mr. Greydon was a fixture; had come on purpose to see you—that is—” “Dear me, no!” laughed Ella, “He is on his way to my aunt Hattie’s, who lives at Kemo. He is to marry my cousin and only stopped here to consult papa about something.” “Miss Terrell—Ella—dear Ella —I have been such a tool!” Of course no right-minded person would like to intrude on the conversation which followed; suffice it to say that two weddings cam...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 28 March 1883

Church Chat. 1 ’rayer-meeting tonight. •Prayer-meeting on last Wednesday night. Mr. Cunningham is expected to preach here April Bth. Rev. O. W. Hammond led pray-er-meeting Sunday evening. Rev. J. Murray held prayermeeting at W. F. Smith’s Wednesday afternoon. llev. G. R. Mcßryde, of Fredericksburg, has accepted a call to the Episcopal church at Lexington, Va. llev. Dr. Martin, the Presiding Elder at Staunton, has been sent by Conterence to Winchester station. The Baltimore M. E. Conference, South, will meet at Baltimore Hie second Wednesday in March next year. The next semi-annual session of the Presbytery of Roanoke will be held in Danville, beginning on the 18th of April. Rev. A. F. Laird, seven years pastor of Bula church, Highland county, has taken charge of Mt. Horeb,this county. Conference assessed Rockingham District SG2S for domestic and $1,311 for foreign missions, of which she paid on the first $385 and on the latter $927. At the last session of the annual Episcopal Counci...

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