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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 26 September 1883

» VV. w w s a v a 9 i S 3 Ijs S I. A 1 •" s c ■ St M * ?3 Si? JplT £_l GREENVILLE'^BANNER ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. vol. n. A T GLAD KE ’S! .Tust received a handsome assortment of FALL GOODS ! Basket Flannel, Sacqueings, Beautiful Dress Goods, Silks, Cashmeres, In all colors. FINE GOODS —at— LOW PRICES Jpy FALL CALICOES and other goods! FALL MILLINERY —and— FANCY GOODS! —i «. .. ■ . We will sell the following goods at cost: , Carpets, 1 Mattings, Ladies’ Shoes and Gents’ Furnishing Goods ! gar Come early and by so doing ~j SAVE MONEY! The silk dress that will be given as a premium for the best needle-work on linen at the next Fair is on exhibition at our store.' Respectfully, 0. A. GLADKE, Staunton, Va. Bcp32,’B2—y—sepl !),’S3 Si:. MITCHELL, • Dealer in FINE AND PLAIN FURNITURE, Greenville, - - Virginia. Sample room in J. N. Mitchell’s tailoring establishment, Main street. Goods not in stock can be ordered and furnished on short notice. Good Furniture! Low Prices! [ mlltiy Ei)lT0BIAL“ ETCH...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 26 September 1883

At Rest. Ah, silent wheel, the noisy brook is dry, • And quiet hours glide by In this deep vale, where once the merry stream Sang on through gloom and gleam; dnlj the dove in some leaf-shaded nest Murmurs of rest. Ah, weary voyager, the closing day Shines on that tranquil bay, "Where thy storm-beaten soul has longed to be; Wild blast and angry sea Touch not this favored shore, by summer blest, A home of rest. Ah, fevered heart, the grass is green and deep Where thou art laid asleep; Kissed by soft winds, and washed by gentle showers, Thou hast thy crow n of flowers; Poor heart, too long in this mad world opprest. Take now thy reat. I, too, preplexed with strife of good and ill. Long to be safe and still; Evil is present with me while I pray That good may win the day. Great Giver, grant me thy last gift and best, Thy gilt ol rest! —Sarah Doudney. A CHANGE IN FORTUNE. Timothy Bloom, salesman in Mr. Mrabbe’s big retail dry goods store, was stealthily eating his lunch in a dusty corner ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 26 September 1883

The Hush Rain. Falling, falling, on «e-tops, With a music quai. . rare, Like the sound of huo.. *» heart-throbs On the silent midnight air, Or the tears ot angels falling When they weep with those who weep, Or the lallaby of mothers When they rock their babes to sleep. Like tbe drowsy wine of poppies With its weird, enchanting power. Coming to the weary listener Like the dew to drooping flower; Like calm sleep to those who snfler, Or like tears to those who mourn; Like remembered words of loved ones From our aching bosoms torn. Strangely sweet, bewitching music, All enthralled my senses lie, As I watch the mystic Fntnre With the shadowy Past go by, While a calm and holy quiet Steals upon ray heart and brain, Then I fall asleep, still listening To the murmur of the rain. So, mayhap, some time hereafter 1 shall lay me down to rest, Overweary, and shall listen For the music I loved bes*; When its gentle cadence falling Through the midnight silence deep, ‘ Softly soothes my troubled spi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 26 September 1883

Kiisiness | One line in this department one year, $1 (>*>■ | WHO TO VATIIONIZE AT HOME: B/iquors null Cigars. James Steele, the old reliable. Mur & Hold. If you wont a variety of good drinks, go to the Myers House. AVIOtKETO OET RELIABLE P.OO!>S 1\ STAI NION . Wall Papers* Window Sl»a«le«. 11. M. Jamison, 1115 Main st. rgirnitiire & I'mlertaliing. S. M. Wilkes, JO Main street. Soap Ilan«rs. Cotton k McCuo, GW Main street. Pry Goods. F. M. Young, next to Valley Hank. Groceries and Tobiteeo. P. E, Wilson, opposite Courthouse. Firwt-da** Saloons. T. J. Crowder. :25 k *27 New street. Jeweler*. P. A.Mix,Watchmaker and Jeweler,Main st Drills. Dr. N. Wart k Pro., r2:2 West Main street, wholesale ami retail. Tyrco, Martin & Logan, Wholesale Druggists and jobbers of Tobacco and Cigars. Dr. Carter Berkeley & Co., Druggists, 121 Main street. Oldest drug store in town. FOB WORK Executed in good style and at short n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 3 October 1883

-1? « a S a s T * z • si; i S fc 3 £■ i S • - s £ 5 w « ►* ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. VOL. 11. A T GLAI)K E ’ S ! .lust recoivuil u handsome assortment of £JT“ FALL GOODS! jRf Basket Flannel, Sacqueings, Beautiful Dress Goods, Silks, Cashmeres, In all colors. FIXE GOODS —at— LOW PRICES yy FALL CALICOES and other goods! FALL MILLINERY —ami— FANCY GOODS! We will sell (lie following goods at cost: Carpets, Mattie- , Ladies 1 Shoes and Gents 1 Furnishing Goods ! Come early and by so doing SAVE MONEY! The silk dress that will be given as a premium for the best needle-work on linen at the next Fair is on exhibition at our store. Respectfully, - C. A. GLADKE, Staunton, Va. sep‘2xJ,’H:i—y—sep 1 !I,’S3 SE. MITCHELL, _ • Dialer in FINE AND PLAIN FURNITURE, Greenville, - - Virginia. Sample room in .1. N. Mitchell’s tailoring establishment, Main street. Goods not in stock can be ordered and furnished on short notice. Good Furniture! Low Prices! [miiSy Phkachino here next Sunday. J. W. Mu. Lint lost a h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 3 October 1883

The Phantom Ship. The anchor’s weighed, the harbor past. Away! away! the ship flies fast. The skipper’s wile is at his side, In fear she scans the darkening tide. “Fear not,” quoth he; “thou’rt safe with me, Though the fiend himself should sail the sea!” And merrily ho! the breezes blow, Over the sea the ship doth go. The sea grew black, the wind blew high; “A ship A ship?” the sailors cry; Down sank the blood-red sun in flame, But nearer still the vessel came. She had no sails, no oars, no crew! But nearer, nearer still she flew. One lone, dark man on deck they see, They can hear him laughing mockingly. /lie skipper stood with frozen stare, flis men were white with wild despair; The tempest shrieked, the sea was flame, And neaicr still the strange ship came. Down knelt the skipper’s wile and prayed. “God of the sailors, send us aid.” Each stony sailor bent his knee: “Save us, O Lord! we cry to Thee!” Hurrah! Hurrah! the spell is done! The phantom ship is gone, is gone! The winds ar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 3 October 1883

So it Sometime I think you gltd (0 know That I once kept you * jy in my heart, And that your heart’s true home "was really there, Although to-day we wander far apart. Some hour, when you have slipped away from care, And jdly fall to dreaming of the past, And sadly think of all your life has missed, You will remember my true heart at last. Or it may come to pass, some dreary night. After a day that has been hard to boar, When you are weary, heart-sick and forlorn, And there is none to comfort nor to care, That yon will close your tired eyes, to dream Ot tender kisses fulling soft and light, Of restful touches smoothing back your hair, And sweet words spoken for your heart’s delight. Oh! then yon will remember, and be glad That I once kept you loudly in my heart, And that your heart's true home was really there, Although to-day we wander far apart. PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS. A bard case—The oyster’s. The key-note—“ Wife, let me in.” Calling the roll—Yelling “hot buna” A popular candidate, li...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 3 October 1883

lIAYMIK Kiislness K 2 One line in this department one year, $1 00. WHO TO I'ATHOMZi: AT HOMK! Liquors ami d'lgars. James Steele, the old reliable, Hm* & Hotel. If you want a variety of good drinks, go to the Myers House. WIIKUETO OF.T KKI.I.UU.E OOODS IX STAUNTON; Vl'nil Hhipers A Wimloiv Miimlon. 15. M. Jamison, 105 Main sf. I’nrnifm*o A I lulertaking. S. AJ. Wilkes, JO Main street. So:i|> TlanufS. Cotton A Mel’ue, l.’ti Main street. ■ try <« omls. F. M. Young, next to Valley Bank. <dro<‘eries anil T’olmi'co. P. E. Wilson, opposite Courthouse, rirsl-clusN Salimas. T. J. Crowder, ;J5 Ac 27 New street. .lewelers. P. A.Mix,Watchmaker and Jew eler,Main st Drugs. Dr. N. Wayt k Bro., '2'2 West Main street, w holesale and retail. Tyree, Martin & Logan, Wholesale Druggists and jobbers of Tobacco and Cigars. Dr. Carter Berkeley & Co.. Druggists, iil Main street. Oldest drug store in town. JOB WORK Executed in go...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 10 October 1883

1 II * |s : 2 't* 5 % js_j , . L 1.1.1 — \ ONE DOLLAR A YEAH. VOL. 11. Has this Fait the Largest Stock —of— I gmr DRY GOODS —nmi— MILLINERY Ever brought to thin market. New Styles —in — Dress Goods, Sacqueings, —and— Flannels, Black and Colored SILKS in quantities to suit every taste. All the newest styles of Trimmings, Velvets and Satins. Dress Buttons from 5 cts. to SI.OO a dozen. Gimps and Passementeries in large variety. Full lire of Millinery Goods. MRS. GLADKE is now East sending home some of the hand- I somest goods you ever saw in Staunton. It; •will do you good to come and look. Just | arrived Cloaks, Dolmans, Russian Socks, Beaver Jerseys, and all the latest novelties in W raps! now in market, at prices ranging from $2.50 | to $70.00 each. If you want first-class goods, we invito 1 you to come and see them. Respectfully, C. A. GLADKE, Staunton, Va. - ,aep22, ’B2-y—oCT 10,’83 COHMEHaAL CALENDAR, (■reeuville Market. [revised by a. u. taluks.] Flour—Family | 5 00 “ Extra 4 75...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 10 October 1883

Distance. How many league* of weary land and sea Can place thy spirit far apart from mine? Can lure from distance dim some silent sign To set my soul enfranchised tar from thee— Afar fnom eyes that never leave me free, From tones that stir my heart like momuing wine, From presence thralling as some dream divine? Alas! by night and day all stay with me. There is no distance—not for those who know The silent countersign that makes them one, Whose thoughts are messengers that bum and glow, With love’s fleet messages the winds outrun. Go, sail the seas! Go, seek the rising sun! Beyond my constant heart thon qanst not go. —Mary. Clcmrner. On Account of a Card. “I shall never forget my experience in a mountain district of Arkansaw,” said Capt. Mellvine, when the conversation had turned upon adventure. '•There are many pleasant occurrences that we forget, but an affair of horror remains with us. The memory of a pleasant dream soon passes away, but the recollection of a nightmare becomes a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 10 October 1883

FOR THE FI Seren N •m«n. Two ladies precedence in the court of They appealed to the monarch. . uo, like Solomon, awarded, “Let the eldest go first.” Such a dispute was never known afterward. One of the principal graces of Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough, was a prodigious abundance of fine hair. One day at her toilet, to anger her he*tic lord, she cut off her commanding tresses and threw them in his face. Nollekins, the sculptor, w r as a paragon of parsimony. In his own house candles were never lighted at the commencement of the evening, and whenever he and his wife heard a knock at the door, they would wait until they heard a second rap before they lit the candles, lest the first should have been a “ runaway” and their candles should be wasted. i When the Princess Charlotte, of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, came over to be married to George 111., she w r as ten days at sea, but kept gay the whole Voyage, sung to her harpsichord, and left the cabin door open. When she first caught sight of St...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 10 October 1883

TUTTS /■ PILLS ————■— TORPID BOWELS, DISORDERED LIVER, and MALARIA, From those sources arise tbrce t'ffijrfhfi of the diseases of me iiutnau race. These symptoms indicate ihoir existence: I.oss of apiictltd, JXowels cuctive, Sick Ilcadnck*}, lulincHS utter iiversloit to «!l«rtiuu of or mind, lAuetatlou <»f fond, IrrituiitUity of temper, Low Kpirltt, f>«Un;{ of having nt'Klcctrd »«me dijijf, Dlzxincs*, Fliul«rt»« sit the Kauri, hntii *•#(«»■« tlio eyes, li jcUly col- * ored jTriao, CO ASTII*ATI«,\ ” and demand the use of a remedy tint a< ts directly mi the Liver. As a Liver medicine TWITS J**k£,S liave no equal. Tliolr action on tlio Kidneys and Sic in is also prompt; removing all impurities through these three “ sonvengnrs of the nvaion," prodneing appetite, sound digestion, regular stools, a clear skin ami a vigorous hotly. TtITT’N 1*11.1.9 omise no nausea or griping ncr interfere with diiily work and are a perfect ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA. na rjEKhs t.i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 17 October 1883

Tfh a ■ £ 1 111 Al. J k_Ml GEEENVILLE-^BANNER ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. m. ii. £JLADKE Has this Fail the Largest Stock —of—gJT DRY GOODS —and— MILLINERY Ever brought to this market. New Styles —in — Dress Goods, Sacqueings, —and— Flannels, Black and Colored in quantities to suit every taste. All the newest styles of Trimmings, Velvets and Satins. Dress Buttons from 5 eta. to SI.OO a doxen. Gimps and Passementeries In large variety. Full line of Millinery Goods. MRS. GLADKE is now East sending home some of the handsomest goods you ever saw in Staunton. It will do you good to come and look. Just arrived Cloaks, Dolmans, Russian Circulars Socks, Beaver Jerseys, and all the latest novelties in W raps! now in market, at prices ranging from $3.00 to $70.00 each. If you want first-class goods, we invite you to come and see them. Respectfully, 0. A. GLADKE, Staunton, Va. se p 33, 'B9-y—oc 110, ’B3 COHUtEStiAL C ALKADAK. Greenville Market* [ekviskd by a. h. palmkb.] Flour —Family $ 500 “ Extra 4 75...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 17 October 1883

The New-Old Story. Across the valley, from hill to hill, A bird is flying to meet his mate: Across the summers, from will to will, Young Love is shooting the threads of Fate. 'I ho miller’s girl and the tarmcr’s boy In the village church give glances shy; And each to each is a glowing joy, As the ruddy yeais sweep waltzing by. To the homo tree bring each happy bird A lock of hair or a bit of clay; So build the lovers, by look and word, A cosy u« st for a coming day. In branching willows beside the rill, The young birds mimic the old birds’ notes; And children are shouting above the mill, As they run to launch their tiny boats. Oh, over the stream runs sweet and clear, Outpoured anew from the springs above; And ever the world keeps young and fair, Since love is its life and its life is love. The Continent. A Plot that Succeeded. “Well, Vincent, and what does she say ?” Mrs. Morrison asked the question wifti conscious pride. She was quite certain that the impending verdict would he in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 17 October 1883

■ —% * 'uW On Hu jfeh. I clasped in mine her hand, And side by side, wah loitering pace, And pausing sometimes lace to' face. We wandered slowly on the strand. We left behind a laughing crowd; We felt no need lor company; Ourselves, our thoughts, the beach, the sea, Ihe clear blue heavens that o’er ns bowed. Made us a perfect solitude. Where all with peace and joy was filled; Where jarring tears and cares wars 'stilled, And speech were interruption rude. So, on we wandered, hand in hand, O'erglad to be. to each so near, So heart-content, so tond and dear, Alone upon that pleasant strand. And when our lootsteps we retraced, The comrades we bad left behind Exclaimed: “Well, what’s upon your mind Old boy? What fancies have you chased. “While wandering slowly and alone? You are not wont to stroll away; What do the wild waves say to-dar» By ds unfancied and unknown?" I smiled. They could not see the band I clasped in mine, the npt’Aned face; Their duller eyee beheld no trace Of little fo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 17 October 1883

.>evt AdvertlaeiueHt*. I \IS SOLUTION of FARTN ERSHIP. / The partnership heretofore existing under the firm and style of Palmer A Hammond, dealers in geuorol merchandise, has been dissolved by mutual consent. All debts due said firm will Ik> collected and receipted for, and all liabilities discharged by R. H. Palmer, who will continue the business in his name. September Ist, 1883. LOOK OUT FOR NKW i Advertisement NEXT WEEK! • Mrs. J. L. Palmer has the prettiest and best selected stock of Millinery Good* she has ever brought to Greenville and invites all to come and examine it. Mis* Lixsie Vine* is still with her and will be glad to see all her friends. nov3-y New Goods! JUST ARRIVED AT A. G. Duncan’s CLOTHING and Children’s. \TtYrTA\TGt Ladies’. Gents’ and Children's XT VJ X. X A/-Ll Os Hosiery, in wool and cotton, Ladies’ and gent*’ Underwear, Buttons, Laces, Ribbons, Velvet Ribbons in silk and cotton, Celluloid collars and cuff*. DRESS GOODS 1 " silks, satins...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 24 October 1883

———— ~ ' ~' ' GEEENVILLE v^fe 'BANNER i v pt £ v 2 g s £ 5 j s 1 * §, a fc 5 1 = | £ 2 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. VOL. 11. JLADKE Has this Fall the Largest Stock —of — DRY GOODS —and— MILLINERY Ever Drought to this market. New Styles —in— Dross Goods, Sacqueings, —and— Flannels, Black and Colored SILKS in quantities to suit every taste. All the newest styles of Trimmings, Velvets and Satins. Dress Buttons from 5 cts. to SI.OO a dozen. Gimps and Passementeries in large variety. Full line of Millinery Goods. MRS, GLADKE is now East sending home some of the handsomest goods you ever saw in Staunton. It will do you good to come and look. Just arrived Cloaks, Dolmans, Russian Circulars Socks, Beaver Jerseys, and all the latest novelties in W raps! ■now in market, at prices ranging from $9.50 to $70.00 each. If you want first-class goods, wo invite you to come and see them. Respectfully, C. A. GLADKE, Staunton, Va. 8ep29,’83-y—oct!o,’B3 COinillßilAL ( ALEA'DAII. Greenville Market. [revised by R. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 24 October 1883

What the Ship Brought Me, I waited Ion" by the wide bay's side, Waited until the sun went down, And the mountain peak against the sky Leaned, wearing a gleaming gold crown. The crickets chirped in the waving grass, The waves made music in passing along, While many a bird just going to rest Sang its soft, melodious vesper song. I heard the bella of the village ring, Ringing the close of the long day’s toil, The end of the factory 's busy hum, And the daily labor’s brisk turmoil; And the shadows deepened while I sat there Watching, aye, watching lor one to come, One who had been for a whole long year Many and many a mile from home. What was that voice that I listened to, That sang a song of sweetness rare? What was the whisper that came to me As I sat watching the bright waves there? It was the voice of the heart’s strong laith, Of the soul’s high trust it was the song, And I knew that I soon would behold the lace Of him who bad absent been so long. And the moon arose with her wonted ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 24 October 1883

•., - Conn It chanced, they say, upon a day, A lurlong from the town, That she was strolling up the way As he was strolling down; She humming low, as might be so, A ditty sweet and small; He whistling loud a tune, you know, That had no tune at all. It happened so, precisely so, As all their friends and neighbors know. As I and you perhaps might do, They gazed upon the ground; But when they’d gone ayard or two, Of course they both looked round They both were pained, they both explained What caused their eyes to roam; And nothing after that remained But he should see her home. It happened so, precisely so, As all their friends and neighbors know. Next day to that ’twas common chat, Admitting no debate, A bonnet close beside a hat Was sitting on a gate, A month, not more, had bustled o’er. When, braving nod and smile. One blushing soul came through the door Where two when up the aisle. It happened so, precisely so, As all their friends and neighbors know. PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS. A young ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 24 October 1883

,>CW A<lvertiM>iiicnK O TssoluHon of partnership. The partnership heretofore existing under the firm and style of Palmer & Hammond, dealers in general merchandise, has been dissolved by mutual consent. All debts due said firm will be collected and receipted for, and all liabilities discharged by R. H. Palmer, who will continue the business in his name. September Ist, 18H3. LOOK OUT FOR NEW Advertisement NEXT WEEK! Mrs. ,T. L. Palmer has the prettiest and best selected stock of Millinery Goods she has ever brought to Greenville and invites all to come and examine it. Miss Lizzie Vines is still with her and will be glad to see all her friends. nov.l-y VT«W goods: New Goods! JUST ARRIVED AT A. G. Duncan’s (1 f / vril T XIY 1 In Men’s, Roys’ ) I XX 1 IN V T and Children’s. XT/A r DT /NAT Ladies’, Gents’and Children’s IN A/ X X vXIN O* Hosiery, in wool and cotton, Ladies’ and gents’ Underwear, Buttons, Laces, Ribbons, Velvet Ribbons in silk an...

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