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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 9 May 1883

g£c e a fi « 5 « s *a 5 * I ■ t. * i M l£| » i r GKEENVILLE'^svBANNEB VOL. I.—NO. 48. > Personal Pen. Personal Paragraphs Pointedly Penciled. Wm. Yak Leah was in town last week. Mrs. White arrived Monday from Lexington. Miss Mollie Palmer left day before yesterday. Miss Lena Bell was at Dr. Davis’ last week. R. B. Lambert and lady were in town Monday. Dr. Gilkerson and lady were in town last week. Dr. Rogers, of Staunton, was in town last week. A. G. Duncan was in Albemarle county Monday. M. D. Vines, our neighbor, visited town Thursday. Mr. A. Blauth got home from New York last week. Jas. Fulton visited his home at Weyer’s Cave Sunday. Mr. Jordan and John Randolph, Esq., were here Sunday. Jos. Peltkr, Esq., has returned from a trip to Cincinnati. Sam Mitchell came up Saturday night from Waynesboro. Rev. T. Briley arrived last week and put up at Mr. Newton’s. H. C. Palmer returned from the city of Baltimore Saturday night. Miss Irene Palmer and sister, of Arbor Hill, were...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 9 May 1883

GREENVILLE j BANNER. Edited and published every Wednesday by .V. It. 11l KWHIiL &. Kh, (hv tiers. Office in the DANNER BUILDING. Main street. f Entered at the Postoflice, Greenville, Va., as second-class mail matter.] Prices hii<l YcrinK One Year, $ I -Six Montiis, GG ds Ahvuys Cash in Ad vance. On the receipt of five new names and five dollars this paper will bo 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 tho 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 we have it in our power. Correspondents must give their names and write on one side of the paper only. ADVKKTWEMIIATS Should reach us not later than Tuesday noon of each week to insure insertion in 1 lie following issue, and will he inserted at the following reasonabl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 9 May 1883

watched your face for a long time, and I've grown fond of it. Will you be my wife?” • Lois had often wondered why he was so kind to her. Now she understood. He was a perfect gentleman. She knew that he was in earnest, lor he was too honorable to stoop to deceit —too honorable to allow any doubt of his motives. She thought about it in a swift, muddled way. She thought about Dick, and her heart gave a little thrill at recollections of his love for her that was like a reaching out of hands to him. And yet Dick was poor—miserably poor. Leverson was rich. He could give her all the beautiful things she had craved so long. A confused vision of pictures and flowers, of rich dresses and beautiful books,went whirling thro' her brain to the accompaniment of the grinding, pitiless wheels. ‘T can’t think now,” she cried, putting up both her hands to her throbbing brow. “Don’t ask me to. Some other time I'll tell yon.” “Take your own time to think it over in,” he said. “Try to think favorably, Lo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 9 May 1883

OUR OWN OLIO. | Florida built 235 miles of railroad during tbo past year. The Richmond Light Infantry Blues will celebrate their 90th anniversary tomorrow. The board of health of Jacksonville, Fla., has forbidden public assemblages after nightfall Dogs of Isle of Wight county recently killed 153 sheep of a single flock, valued at $375. The value of domestic exports from Pensacola, Fla., for the month of March was about $300,000. There is a fine show of tobacco plants throughout Louisa county, and a large crop will probably be set out. The Vicksburg “Herald” says a Baltimore capitalist intends establishing a canning factory in the former city. James Boyd, of Louisa county, attempted to commit suicide Monday week by cutting his throat. It was thought he was insane. The first annual reunion of the surviving members of the Pegram Battery is to be held tomorrow at the old Pump House in Richmond. Leslie McPherson,* 18 years of age, was terribly and probably fatally mutilated at Fleming’s ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 16 May 1883

T § g S > s « « B <5 « I I d - * 25 a 9 7 I ANN EB VOL. I.—NO. 49. y Personal Pen. Personal Paragraphs Pointedly Penciled. Dr. Phaup, druggist. Walter Tate was visiting home Sunday. J. 8. Dinkle was in Greenville Monday. J. N. McFarland, Esq., was here Monday. Mrs. Briibeck is at H. Shultz’s on a visit. Clar. Hess was over from Newport Thursday. R, F. Supple got to town Saturday from Rockbridge. Mr. J. Spillinger returned from Pennsylvania Monday. G. W. Armentrout was up from the county seat Sunday. Rev. Mr. Briley is still in town, where he has many friends. W. G. Abney and Wm. Churchman were at the Association Sunday. Miss Lou Smith and sister, Miss Laura, were at Capt. Coiner’s last week. Miss Keesee has returned home to Middlebrook, her school having closed. Mrs. Anderson has two sisters and a brother from Rockbridge visiting her. Dr. Gilkkrson and lady, of Mint Spring, were in Greenville one day last week. Miss Sallie Wilson, of the Mint Spring neighborhoo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 16 May 1883

GREENVILLE | 1 BANNER. | I Edited and published every Wednesday by •i. is. msmiiLb \c’o., ou ««% Office in the BANNER BUILDING. Main street. {Entered at the Postoffice. Greenville, Vu., as second-class mail matter.J Friers si ml TerniM One Year, $ I --Six Months, 60 cts Ahriiyt* <!usli in Advance. On the receipt of five new mimes 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 we have it in our power. Correspondents must give their names and write on one side of the paper only. A DVERTKEM EATS Should reach us not later than Tuesday noon of each week to insure insertion in the following issue, and will be inserted at the following reasonable figures: 1 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 16 May 1883

“Fay, tell me,” he said, “that you forgive me for this. Oh, child, must we die when life holds so much sweetness?” “The storm won’t last long. We may yet be saved,” she answered, in her sweet young voice, “but, lloydon, if I slip, don’t try to save me. It will only lose two, and mine is not worUi as much as yours." “My Graft without you what would mine be?" The words escaped him ere he realized their meaning. “Live it, then, for my sake,dear," Fay replied, “and remember, always, had I my choice, I would have chosen to have died thus with you than to have lived on without you. My love, good-bye.” The next instant the waters had caught her torn and bleeding hands, all cut by the rope, from their slight hold; but Major Howard had spoken words with no idle meaning when he had asked her what his life would be worth without her. Quick as the current, in its hungry greed for its beautiful prey, he threw about her his protecting arm. Then, as though heaven smiled, the winds ceased as sudden...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 16 May 1883

OUlt OWN OLIO. Another strpet car line is projected at Austin, Tex. A new and elegant building is to be erected by the Cotton Exchange of Houston, Tex. The Mississippi Exposition met at Aberdeen yesterday for the purpose of making arrangements for its next fair. The municipal election at Charlotte, N. C., last week, resulted in a sweeping Democratic victory, every ward being carried by that party. James Longstreet, Jr., a son of the ex-Confederate general, has been appointed by Mr. Arthur to be cadet-at-large at the Annapolis Academy. Ex-Speaker Eagan, of the New Jersey House ot Representatives, was committed to jail at Newark a few days ago under an indictment for attempting to bribe Assemblyman Armitage. Within the past 18 months 650 miles of railroad have been under construction in Mississippi, over $20,000,000 being invested. During the fifteen years previous only 79 miles of road were built. A firm at Plattsburg, N. Y., has closed a contract for the labor of 450 convicts at Cli...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 23 May 1883

t * u s S ,® 5 ® ► s « " *2 S 4) « " * £» fl ¥ « -f I 5 Sfi| .V...7-A GREENVILLE'^BANNER VOL. I.—NO. 50. >- Personal Pen . Personal Paragraphs Pointedly Penciled. Sam Mitchell’was up Saturday night. Rev. Mr. Briley left town last week. Dr. Fitch left last week for Indiana. Dr. Gilkerson was here one day last week. Dr. Piiaup is a good driver, and no mistake. Mrs. J. J. Larew was in town on Wednesday. R. B. Lambert was “on the River” Sunday. Dr. P. got the bulge on all other beaux Sunday. Miss McGuffin returned Monday to Rockbridge. Miss Fanny Rice has lately been on the sick list. Mrs. Hess has been complaining for a few weeks, R. F. Supple returned to Timber Ridge Wednesday. Mr. Hammond and lady were in Lexington last week. Mr. 11. C. Palmer was down at Waynesboro Sunday. T. S. Burwell went to visit Jno. Bare at Roanoke Monday. J. W. Waddy. Esq., of Staunton, was in town Tuesday night of last week. Mrs. Mitchell is, her numerous friends will be glad to know, much better....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 23 May 1883

GREENVILLE BANNER. Edited ami published every V\ < duo-day by .1. it. :ta uu iiLLA Office in the BANNER BUILDING. Main street. [Entered at the Postoffiee, Greenville, V a., as second-class mail matter.J Prices and Terms; One Year, $ i --Six Months, GO cts Alm ays 4’nsli in Advance. On the receipt of five new names and five dollars tins paper will be sent for one year gratis to getter up of tbo club. XPI RATI ON NOTICE!—Our plan is to notify all subscribers of (be 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 we have it iu our power. Correspondents must give (heir names and write on one side of the paper only. AUVKRITMIDIEATfi Should reach us not later than Tuesday noon of each week to insure insertion in the following issue, and will be inserted at the following reasonable figures: 1 inch 1 time, -...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 23 May 1883

“Didn’t I?” said Charlie. “No,” said Louie; “you vexed me, poor old Charlie.” “I’ll never vex you again,” said Charles; and then, up in Ihe ap-ple-tree, they plighted their troth to each other. The old people never knew of the adventure. Charlie opened a kitchen window and let Louie in, and she bolted it after her. And no one, even after they were married, ever heard from Charlie or Ixmie how their courtship came to its perfect culmination up in an apple-tree. OUR OWN OLIO. Big buckles arc all the rage. Leather fans are in high favor. Nesfs with tiny birds are among the novelties for hats. leather buckles and shell combs appear in the new ornaments. Lace is the choicest selected garniture for grenadine costumes. • All Angel’s Touch. The San Francisco “NewsLel ter” lolls this touching incident: One evening not long ago, a little girl of nine or ten entered a place in which is a bakery, grocery and saloon in one, and asked for live cents’ worth of tea. “How’s your mother?” asked the b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 23 May 1883

OVSiEC 'fl'EJiE < ISHSTT Of’U.iiiUniiMlowr iby Cool VC a* : £«»(’?<. awl oCierw ise relics lug he <o«’s2im <»S‘ htfii;.7sr.c‘i' 'l’rsvvel Eoy >liiue oi Railway is ihe ConiiiienJ-ll’ieUircsqEie 3?. & With the approach of the genial glow of summer, the expanding blossoms of May lime flora,the gentle breezes, laden with the delicate fragrance of budding sweets and tho delicious languor of balmy atmosphere, comes Picturesque B. & O. with its new schedule, its taster time and general batch ot good things, from its regular summer budget. It is fit and apropos that so rare a line of beauty as (he P. & O. should announce, its summei programme when nature is attired in its loveliest garb of all the year. Ordinarily railroads are humdrum subjects, good enough and certainly indispensable in their way, but hardly a topic to base a poetic idyl upon, particularly when under the exquisite influences of a dre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 30 May 1883

« c a 1 (2 a * ■522 5 t | ii * II g T g GBEENVILLE-^BANNEB VOL. I.—NO. 51. y Personal Pen. Personal Paragraphs Pointedly Penciled. J. F. Lohr has gone to work at Staunton. Wat. Supple arrived from Roanoke Saturday. R. B. Lambert and lady were in town Monday. Miss Julia Smith has returned home from school. Mr. R. H. Palmer and lady went to Arbor Hill Sunday. Rev. Jas. Murray returns this week from the General Assembly meeting. Mrs. G. F. Patterson, Baltimore, will probably visit Greenville this summer. F. G. Shultz, of the Rockbridge Baths neighborhood, was in town last week. Robert, brother of our Mr. Johnson, arrived Wednesday night from Fluvanna county. Miss White, of Lexington, is on a visit to her sister, Mrs. London, near Mint Spring. Jas.Shultz made a visit last week to his aunt, Mrs. Susan Shultz, in Rockbridge county. Mr. Craig and his lady, who was Miss Brownlee, were at J. Thomas Hawpe’s last week. Capt. Coiner went to Mr. James Smith’s Friday and took home his wife, wdio ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 30 May 1883

GREENVILLE I BANNER. Krlitod and published every Wednesday by ,». It. A CO.,Owner*. Office in the BANNER BUILDING. Main street. [Entered at the Postoffice. Greenville. Va., as second-class mail matter.J I»rlce» a net Termws One Year, $ I -Six Months, 60 cts Always €nsli In Advnnee. 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. XPI RATION NOTICE!—Our plan Is to notify all subscriber* of the expiration ot 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 we have it in our power. Correspondents mustjgive their names and write oirono side of the paper only. ADVERTISEMENTS Should reach us not later than 1 uosday noon of each week to insure insertion in the following issue, and will be inserted at the following reasonable figures: 1 inch 1 time, - - * * I 1 in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 30 May 1883

He gave a silent glance toward the crowd looking on. The old look of wondering compassion, mingled with something else, gleamed on him for a moment, then she silently passed inside. “A delightful position,” thought Jack, rather regretting his quixotism. Then came the reflection. What did it matter? What was he to Hecuba, or Hecuba to him? And he ground his teeth together savagely, and forgot to take up any more passengers. A gentle touch upon his sleeve recalled him suddenly, and he stopped the car without meeting her eyes. “I am visiting a friend here. Will you come this evening?” half command, half entreaty; and, before Jack recovered from his astonishment, she had placed a card in his hand and was gone. He never remembered how that drive was finished. Some recollection came of a narrow escape from arrest at the depot, and he had a vague impression of being abused by some passengers who seemed to have passed their destination, and threatened by others who resorted to jumping off w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 30 May 1883

OVG-ISS 'S'BBE-l <>r («>rs :iu«S oileorxv i*<‘ rclievilig !le«- tf(‘«!iiiiti «t' 'l'ntvel l»> <»’.{ tls«* <\Ml(hU > Cll»l I i< , (UI'(‘M|IIC «. A. O. [Concluded from last week.] A similar change in the order ot things is gained at St. Louis, as the train, with its through sleeper from New York, reaches the “Future Great” early the second morning, in an abundance of time to make all the connections for the West and South, and which connections are made in Union Depot, wherein all (he through trains of the B. A O. run. They pass from Parkersburg to Cincinnati over the old Marietta and Cincinnati line, now greatly improved in every way, and known to the world as the Cincinnati, Washington and Baltimore Railroad. It is a model road in all its details, and managed right up to the mark. From Cincinnati to St. Louis the B. A O. trains over the noted Western short line,the Ohio and Mississippi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 6 June 1883

t * •- . s !■* ii s iH S i | 8 S. *7 * *3 5* 7 V I * GREENYILLE-^BANNER VOL. I.—NO. 52. )> Personal Pen, Personal Paragraphs Pointedly Penciled. 1). A. Parrack remains in town. Walter Tate was here Saturday last. C. 0. Doyle was in the town last week. J. P. Tribbett was here one day last week. Gear. Hess was over from Newport Friday. John Clarke went to Port Republic Sunday. Lee Parrack has gone to stop a while at Milnes. Sam Mitchell was up on Sunday from Waynesboro. Dr. Gilkeson and lady were in the burg last week. Tom Harman, ot Staunton, visited our town Monday. Dr. Smith made a visit to Hanover cfmnty last week. W. H. Shields was in Nelson county last week on business. Mr. J.W. McGuffin sent us some strawberries 3£ inches around. Harry Palmer visited Mr. John Hays’ and Mrs. Wright’s last week. Rev. Jas. Murray was too complaining to meet his appointments Sunday. J. F. Lour, now working at the county seat, was here the lirst of the week. Clarence, son of Mr. James S. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 6 June 1883

GREEN VI LLE BANNER. K (lift'd uml published every Wednesday by ;*J. IS. BKK BSXVEB.I.& r«„«wnePA Offics m the BANNER BUILDING. Main street. [Entered at (ho I‘osloflioo, Greenville, Va. as second-class mail matter.] mini One Year, $ I --Six Months, 60 cts AI \> :i y* <’:■*!( In Advnuce> On (ho receipt of five now names and fivi dollars this paper will he sent for one yeai gratis to {letter up of the club. XPI HATTON NOTICE!—Our plan is tr notify all subscribers of the expiration ol their subscriptions by a cross mark on tin first page above the heading, which sa\s the time is out and invites an early renewal! Postage always paid by the proprietors. Papers missing will be duplicated when we have it in our power. Correspondents must give (heir names and write on one siiie of the paper only. a i»y mra'isEja plvb's Should roach us not later than Tuesday noon of each week to insure insertion in the following issue, and will be inserted at the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 6 June 1883

moments of such weakness,! callec 1 up (he vision ot hei' face inflamed with passion, and thought what a precious life I should lead if ray Wife was to treat me to such exhi hit ions every now and then, as 1 felt sure Bella would if I married her. She actually did drive hei first husband into being a drunkard, but her second was too tough for her. He had buried three wives and knew how to manage viragos, He said nothing to her when she got into a passion, and, consequently, in three years she fretted herself to death. And now, my deal fellow, take another cheroot, and I*ll ring for coffee.” “And the picture was painted tc commemorate your escape?” “Just so.” Fashion Follies. Chip bonnets are worn. Gloves remain very long. Mitts have very long wrists. Spanish laces are no longer fash ionable. Every kind of plaid and check is worn. The newest coiffures show more of the forehead. Long jersey gloves of finest wool are much worn. In millinery (lowers are almost superseded by leaves. Chen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 6 June 1883

Augusta Col toe House. AVhenever any one attempts to build a new house most people begin to say tliis, that and the other thing about it is all wrong; but it is said that an expert in the carpenter business defers passing his opinion until it is finished and the scaffolding taken down. Now, a few earnest women in Staunton have undertaken to start and carry on a Coffee House, They do not claim to be experts; on the contrary acknowledge that they’re not. Would it not be better to defer criticism and pardon failure until these ladies have had time to get their work in a shape to not only suit themselves but also those who only look on? Instead of regarding this Coffee House as a Staunton affair suppose Augusta county takes hold, and with a “long pull, a strong pull and a pull altogether” makes it not only a grand success, but something to be proud of. Just see bow easy it will be for these ladies to please even the most fastidious, if the whole county will give them a helping hand; The...

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