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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 31 October 1883

s 5 c j i a 2 5 J | a ~ ,< Z I » s « s • r* • ■ ' GREENYILLE'-^BANNER ONE DOLLAR A YEAR, VOL. 11. $5,000.00 WOI,TH 0K Handsome Wraps! .1 list received at GL A DICE’S! Our MILLINERY SHOW ROOM jp* Has been converted into a CLOAK ROOM for tins soasoq. Wc show a deleft line of Dolmans, Cloa ks, Russian (’irculars, Ulsterettes, Beaver Jerseys and short and long coats! In large variety, and Our Prices are Low! We have cloaks nicely trimmed and well made for sll 00. Our next price is $5 00 for a cloak worth $8 00. We have black beaver, tight-fitting coats with fur collars, very handsome, for SB.OO. Also dark grey, same style, at $5 00. Then our prices run from that up to $25. ■Our Russian circulars are fine; we have them from $8 00 to S4O 00. Then our other wraps range from the lowest to the highest. In this department wo show a stock »■' goods worth as high as one hundred dollar* each. mrsTgladke Has Just returned with a beautiful line of French Pattern Hats and Bonnets! Also M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 31 October 1883

The Skein We Wind. If you and I, to-day Should stop and lay Our lifework down, and let our hands fall where they will— Tall down to lie quite still— And if some other hand should come and stoop to find The threads wo carried, so (hat it coaid wind | Beginning where wo stopped; if it should come to keep Our lifework going, seek To carry out the good design, Distinctively made yours or mine, What would it find? •Home work we must be doing, true or .talse; Some threads we wind; some purpose so exalts Itself that wo look up to it, or down, As to a crown To bow before, and we weave threads Of diflerent length and thickness—some mere shreds— And wind them round Till all the skein of life is bound, Sometimes lorgetting all the time To ask The value of the threads, or choo:e Strong stuff to use. No hand but winds some thread; It cannot stand quite still till it is dead But what it spins and winds a little skein. God made each hand for work—not toil-stain Is required, but every hand Spins, t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 31 October 1883

Lore! Once I knew a little gin, Very plain; You might try her hair to curl All in vain; On her cheek no tint of rose Paled and blushed, or sought repose; She was plain. But the thoughts that through her brain Came and wont, As a recompense for pain, Angels sent; So full many a beauteous thing, In her young soul blossoming, Gave content. Every thought was full of grace, Pure and true; And in time the homely face Lovelier grew With a heavenly radiance bright, From the soul’s reflected light Shining through. So I tell you, little child, Plain or poor, If your thoughts are undefiled. You are sure Of the loveliness ot worth; And this beauty not of earth Will endure. HUMOROUS. Green corn—a young bunion. High-toned—The screech of an eagle. “When does a tree feel contented? When its sappy. The only difference between one yard and two is a fence. Just so long as woman retains her maiden name, her maiden aim is to change it. “Emile,” asked the teacher, “which animal attaches himself most to m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 31 October 1883

Ae h Ad fl'*' AIIUIVF.DAT lOTTpalmer’s” A large stock of Fall ami Winter Goods, consistin'' of Dry Goods, Moss, Hardware, (ueessware, Boots and Shoes, Hals, k, ami a full ami complete line of Silks and Dress Goods, with Trimmings to Match. Si/ks ranging in Price from 75 c. to $1,35. CLOAKS - - JERSEY JACKETS vr which will he sold at bottom prices M am- Full line Free School Hooks on hand at Free School prices JR7 My stock is full ami complete in every department, and what I cannot furnish down stairs in the way of silks, satins, velvets, ribbons, laces, neckwear, 4c.. will be found in the V department, conducted by Mrs. J. L. PaSie-! Miss Lizzie Vines is still with us and will be glad to see all her friends! noviPßll-y-oeßl GOODS! New Goods! JUST ARRIVED AT A. G. Duncan’s (\ I / V r pi 1 I X T / 1 In Men’s, Boys' Ij\ * I 1 A 1 i' \ I and Children’s. Ladies’, Gents’and Children’s An V 7XX V /Xn lO* Hosiery, in wool and cotton, Ladies’ and gents' Underwear, Buttons, Laces, Kihltons, V...

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

9. >. . 2 fl 1 3 9 " ■I B *2 1 2 | a*. M £5 a£f GREENVILLE-^BANNEB ONE DOLLAR A YEAH. VOL. 11. $5,000.00 WORTH 0F Handsome W raps! Just received at GLADKE’S S __ Our gOT MILLINERY SHOW ROOM jfg Has Been converted into a CLOAK ROOM for tliis season. We show a select lino of Dolmans, Cloaks, Russian Circulars, Ulsterettes, Beaver Jerseys and short and long coats! la large v&iietv, and Our Prices are Low I We have cloaks nicely trimmed and well made for $3 00. Our next price is $5 00 for a cloak worth SBOO. We have black beaver, tight-fitting coats with fur collars, very handsome, for SB.OO. Also dark grey, same style, at $5 00. Then our prices run from that up to $2.». Our Russian circulars are fine; we have them from $8 00 to S4O 00. Then our other wrap range from the lowest to the highest. In this department we show a stocl goods worth as high as one hundred dob each. MRSjGLADKE Has just returned with a beautiful line French Pattern Hats and Bonnets! Also Miss...

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

THE WAY IT STRUCK HER. A little ragged orphan girl, who ne'er Had had a homo nor known a parent's care, And who, with shoeless feet and hatless head New spapers sold to earn her scanty bread, Was taken from the city far away, With others of her kind, one summer day. To look upon the ocean. At the sight Her thin, sharp face was filled with grave d© light; And some one said, “ I wonder what can be Her thoughts, poor child, about this mighty sea.” She heard the words, and quickly turned her head, And in low tones, “ I’s thinkin’, ma'am,” she said, “ I s g’ad I coined, because I never sor Enough of anything at wunst before.” —Margaret Eytinge, in Young People WOOING BY PROXY. A FRENCH LOVE STORY, WELL TOLD. She is leaning back in a deep crimson chair, with a white dress sweeping in long shining folds about her. She is talking to two or three men with that rather weary grace he has grown accustomed to see in her, and which is so different from the joyous smiles of the Jeanne de Bcaujcn w...

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

EXPLOITS OF i. ,X-TAMERS. A CHAPTER OH THE XZHO OF BEASTS AFD HIS SUBBVEBB. Fatal lilon-Tamimfr Exhibitions—At Italian Who Bscami the i The grjat iijierpst pf exhi hitioite, vsays }c/miKhers' > Journal, is th< narnjw»ess ofijylhffline dividing the licti tioug Mht aki<l the ever preseat jnseißiUty of a terrible denoue occasionally realized. Such a catas trophfl in presence of a Londoi audiejice, when Van Amburgh’s daughter, the unfortunate Lion Queen, was torn tc pieces by an animal with which she wai perfoiping at The Hip podfomc pf, TaiM witnessed a simila spectacle ia the, nOath of Hhe Spaniard Lucas, who him the Vashncss to go int< the lion’s *cage%S(htfn excited by drink and expiated his Imprudence with hi life. A lad of eighteen ventured int< the inclosure and brought out his man gled remains; he was decorated by th< emperor, but lost his reason from tin mental strain of the moment. Charlei the lion-tamer, on the...

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

Mew Advertisement.*. J OST ' K,:nAT R. H. PALMER’S A large stock of Fall and Winter Goods, consisting of Dry Mi, Hoik, Hardware, Queenswan, Ms ui Shoes, Eats, k, and a full and complete line of Silks and Dress Goods, with Trimmings to Match. Milks ranging in Price from 73c. to $1.33. CLOAKS - JERSEY JACKETS which will be sold at bottom prices! J/CM s.&~ Full line Free School Books on hand at Free School prices '■M My stock Is full and complete in every department, and what 1 cannot furnish down stairs in the way of silks, satins, velvets, ribbons, laces, neckwear, &c., will be found in the department, conducted by Mrs. .1. L. Palmer! Miss Lizzie Vines is still with us and will be glad to see all her friends! nov3’B2-y-oc3l GOODS! New Goods! JUST ARRIVE AT A. G. Duncan’s (A I / VPI J T XIY In Men’s, Boys’ J J-JV i 1. -I i. Xit \X and Children’s. "VTF /'"V'Vr Ladies’, Gents’ and Children’s Xv 11 V r X.\ kN Hosiery, in wool and eottou r Ladies’ and gents’ Underw...

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

f IK / *1 a ■ t r -s' •a s *2 i Bill ■ It I 2 fcS ' II M ■ H 5 1 y» > : GBEENYILLE'^BANNER ,AU A YEAH. ONE DOLT. VOL. 11. A T __ (ILADKE’S! You cun find A superb display of —First-clans — W raps! for Indies, such ns Russian Circulars, Ulsterettes, Dolmans, and Beaver Jerseys. Como and see that Beautiful Langtry— * —Plush— * —Circular ! Wo have about Five Thousand Dollars worth of goods in this line, and have marked our prices so low that No one can complain! gOTDRY GOODS —and— MILLINERY a full assortment We are selling goods so low this season that no one who wants goods ever leaves our house without buying! ♦ '■ ■■ — All we can say to those who have not yet called is to come and we will do our best to save you some money. Respectfully, C. A. GLADKE, Staunton, Va. 5ep32, , &3-y— nov!4,’H3 VB. ARTHUR, D: D. S„ • Suroical anii Mechanical Dentist, Still continues to practice iientisty in all its various branches, with strict regard to durability and usefulness. O...

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

SOWING AND REAPING. A wonderful thing is a seed; The one thing deathless forever— Forever old and forever new, Utterly faithful and utterly true— Fickle and faithless never. Plant lilies and lilies will bloom; Plant rosesjand roses will grow; Plant hate and hate to life will spring, Plant love and love to you will bring The fruit of the seed you sow. POSTAGE JfOT STATED. BY LILLIE DEVEKEUX BLAKE. I. I was tall, overgrown,awkward, and sixteen, with a pervading consciousness that my hands and feet were very large, and the added misery, in the case of the former members, that they were always red, and I never knew what to do with them when in company. I was making a visit at grandmother's delightful old-fash-ioned country home, when one morning the dear old lady called me to her. “ Here is something for you, Jim,” she *t Mrs. Edwards’. ” “ Children’s party,” repeated, probably, with a shade of scorn in my voice, as indicating that I was no longer to be placed in that juvenile category....

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

FOR FEMININE READERS. Courting in Various Lands. The Chinese do not do much courting. The parents save them the trouble. They believe that Yue-Laon, the old man of the moon, unites with a silken cord all predestined couples. The parents arrange, sometimes, for unions as soon as the child is born. A go-between, or match-maker, arranges all the details, and the couple never see each other until the wedd ng day. Perhaps one of the most novel modes of courtship ever heard of is that prevalent among a tribe in Neilgherry. The maids and bachelors who wish to get married erect a hut inside an inclosed space of groun , w ith a thick fence round it, and the men without cannot see each other. The females go into the hut, and the males stick long sticks through the fence. At the same time the women come out and each catch hold of a stick, the owner of which becomes her husband. At Mocha, in the East Indies, a man does his courtship by the aid of marriage brokers, to whom a stipulated sum is pa...

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

Hiew Advertisement*. juir-nsnnns-rF JOl. I^VLMEirS A large stock of Full ami Winter Goods, consisting of Dry Qootb, Hardware, (imswars, Ms and Ms, Hats, t. and a full and complete line of Silks and Dress Goods, with Trimmings to Match. Silks ran gin (f in Price from Hoc. to Sl.,'}/*. 1 “1 CLOAKS JERSEY J ACKETS which will be sold at bottom prices! J/Cf fUtt* Full line Free School Hooks on hand at Free School prices! My stock is full and complete in every department, and what I cannot furnish down stairs in the way of silks, satins, velvets, ribbons, laces, neckwear, &c., will be found in the MIL.V*II%KRY department, conducted bv Mrs. J. L. Palmer! Miss Lizzie Vines is still with us and w ill be "lad to sec all her friends! nov3’B2-y-oc3l GOODS! New Goods! JUST ARRIVED AT A. G. Duncan’s CLOTHING Ladies’, Gents’and Children’s X v V_r _L J. V_/Xv Hosiery, in wool and cotton, Ladies’ and gents’ Underwear, Huttons, Laces, Ribbons, Velvet Ribbons in silk and cotton, Celluloid ...

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

i, r, s s - 0 4 s a * s k - is ! Ht I ¥ ■ f ONE DOLLAR A VKAH VOL II A T GLADKE’S! You can find fjßT' A superb display of —First-class— Wraps! for ladies, such as Russian Circulars, Ulsterettes, Dolmans, and Beaver Jerseys. Come and sec that Beautiful Langtry— * —Plush— * —Circular ! We have about Five Thousand Dollars tvorlh of goods in this line, and have marked our prices so low that No one can complain! gOTI)RY GOODS —a lid— MILLINERY a full assortment We are selling goods so low this s that no one who wants goods over leave! i house without buying! All we can say to those who have no. called is to come and we will do our be save you some money. Respectfully, C. A. GLADKK, Staunton, V acp;!2,’B3-y—novl 4,’Kl Headquarters FOR - Plain icnd Ornamental F-U-R-N-I-T-U-R-E-! Of latest design and pattern that is new and artistic, consisting in part of BEDROOM SETS, and odd pieces, such as Sideboards, Wardrobes, Hat Racks, Office Desks, Chairs of all kinds, Mattresses, &c., &...

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

BtPOBE THB LEAVES FALL, I wonder If oak and maple, Willow and elm and all, Are stirred at heart by the coming Of the day their leaves must fall! Do they think of the yellow whirlwind, Or know of the crimson spray That shall be when chill November Bears all the leaves away? Perhaps beside the water The willow bends, serene And when her young leaves glistened In a mist of golden green; But the brave old oak is flushing To a wir -vred dark and deep, And maple and elm are blushing The blush of a child asleep. “HI die, we must,” the leaflets Besm one by one to say, “ We will wear the color of gladness Until we pass away, No eye shall see us falter; And before we lay it down We’ll wear, in the sight of all the earth, The year’s most kingly crown.” Bo trees of the stately forest, And trees by the trodden way You are kindling Into glory This soft autumnal day; And we who gaze remember That more than all they lost, To hearts and trees together May come through the ripening frost. The Detecti...

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

BEFORE THE LEAVES FALL, I wonder If oak and maple, Willow and elm and all, Are stirred at heart by the coming Of the day their leaves must fall! Do they think of the yellow whirlwind, Or know of the crimson spray That shall bo when chill November Bears all the leaves away? Perhaps beside the water The willow bends, serene And when her young leaves glistened In a mist of golden green; But the bravo old oak is flushing To a wirvred dark and deep, And maple and elm are blushing The blush of a child asleep. “ If 1 die, we must,” the leaflets Sesm one by one to say, “ We w ill wear the color of gladness Until we pass away, No eye shall see us falter; And before we lay it down We’ll wear, in the sight of all the earth, The year's most kingly crown.” Bo trees of the stately forest, And trees by the trodden way You are kindling into glory This soft autumnal day; And we who gaze remember That more than all they lost, To hearts and trees together May come through the ripening frost. The Detec...

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

A THRILLING EXPERIENCE. A RACE FOB LIFB AT TKB BATE OF EIGHTY MILES AN HOUB. An InKlncer'N Terrible Hash Dic.in a mountain SI Ic in Front «.f a mazing Oil Train. Dull Brown, an old locomotive engineer, who died recently at his home near Dunkirk, N. Y., once had a thrilling experience. We give the story in his own words, as told to a New York Sun correspondent: “In 1860 I was running a mixed train on the Buffalo, Corry and Erie railway. The track between Prospect, or Mayville Summit, and Brockton Junction is so crooked that, while the distance is actually only ten miles, the curves make it by rail fourteen. The grade for the whole distance is over seventy feet to the mile. ‘ ‘ About 9 o’clock on the night of August 17, 1869, we reached the Summit with a train of two passenger cars, six oil cars and a box car. The latter contained two valuable trotting horses and their keepers with them, on their way, I believe, to the Cleveland meeting. There were fifty or sixty passengers in the two...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 21 November 1883

/'UiARLES 0. WHEAT, VF DEALER IN tStaple and Fancy Groceries, Country Produce, Ac., No. 17 East Main street, next to Marquis’ Marble Yard, Staunton, Va. Will sell as low as any one and give as good articles. Will be pleased to have “MY OWN” lloiiNled rofleoN si Nperisilfy. novT-3m Specialty: - Patent cause* before the Patent Oflod sad the Courts, Reasonable terms. Opinion .stoT patentability, free of charge. Bond for circular, | oc3l -tim TUTPS “1 FILLS 88—MB—TORPID BOWELS, DISORDERED LIVER, and MALARIA. * From these sources arise three fbOTtha of the diseases o' the human nice. These symptoms Indicate their existence: Lose ot Appetite, Bowels costive, Sick Head“he, fullness alter eatiug. aversion to exertion off body or mind, Kractatiuu off food. Irritability off temper, Low spirits, \ fcelinr of hawing nr|lcclcd soma duty, olai.iens, Fluke ring at the Heart, Dote beloro the eyes, hiahlv colored (Jrtiio, t’O.VSTTPjfTloi>ir nnil dorannilthouse of a remedy that nets direct...

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

“§ £ c = I 5 a ® <S 2 1 I*ll fl . —9 « | .s rs *s - i U 1 T V 7 ? I ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. VOL. 11. A __ GLADKE’S! You can find gW* A superb display of —First-class— W raps! for ladies, swell ns Russian Circulars, Ulsterettes, Dolmans, and Beaver Jerseys. Come and see that Beautiful Langtry— * —Plush— * —Ci rcular ! We have about Five Thousand Dollars worth of goods in this line, and have marked our prices so low that No one can complain! ' tfff~DRY GOODS —and— MILLINERY a full assortment We are selling goods so low this seas* that no one who wants goods ever leaves ou, bouse without buying! — All we can say to those who have not yei called is to come and we will do our best to save you some money. Respectfully, €. A. GLADKE, Staunton, Va. acp22,’B3-y—nov!4,’H3 Headquarters FOR Plain and Ornamental F-U-R-N-I-T-U-R-E-! Of latest design and pattern that is new and artistic, consisting in part of BEDROOM SETS, and odd pieces, such as Sideboards, Wardrobes, Hat Racks, Office Desk...

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

THE SILENT VOICE. There is a sighing in the wood, A murmuring in the beating wave, The heart has never understood To tell in words the thought it gave. Yet oft it feels an answering tons When wandering on the lonely shore, And could the lips its voice make known, ’Twould sound as does the ocean’s roar. And oft beneath the wind-swept pine Some chord is struck the strain to swell Nor sounds nor language cau define; ’Tis not for words nor sounds to tell ’Tis all unheard that Silent Voice, Whose geinps forth, unknown to all, Bids bonding reed and bird rejoice, And fills with music Nature's hall. —Jones Very. THE WOOL-PICKING. “Good-evenin’, Mis’ Hornish.” “ Why, is that you, Mis’ 31anly? Come in, won’t you? I woudu’ta-knowcd you, but for your voice, scein’ as your bonnet is so fur over your face.” “Mis’Manly” stood in the doorway. It was dusk. She wore a long gray bonnet of the kind known ns “ Shaker,” with a voluminous skirt that wrapped her figure like a comfortable mantle. If you cou...

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

AN ORIENTAL STIMULANT. BTBANOB HALLUCINATIONS CAUSED BY BATING- HASHEiSH. ./n Aiunlca.i lie .lrt< n* o? India Deft rl. cm Idlw> cm n. i< n< After n I « c of t ic I ru;. An American who lived for several years in India recently told the following story of his experience with the wellknown Eastern drug, Hasheesh oi Canabis Indica . “ Hasheesh,” said the American, “ is used by the natives of India as a stimulant and intoxicant, its use being confined to no special sect or class, though the natives of high caste arc probably more addicted to this form of intoxi-' cation than the lower orders. A native friend, who was a confirmed hasheesheater, had often described the wonderful power of the drug, and had repeatedly endeavored to overcome my prejudice and persuade me to make a trial of its virtues. In an evil hour curiosity got the better of prudence, and I took a small pellet of the dark-green aromatic paste. The moment I swallowed it I would h...

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