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

J in Staple and Fancy Groceries, Country Produce, kc., Xo. 17 K.ist Main street, nuxt to Marquis’ Marble Yard, Staunton, Va. Will sell as low as any one and give as good articles. Will be pleased to have rr;* “my owN ,r Koasted ('ollees a Specialty. nov7-3m ‘kyat. laity: Patent causea before the Patent Officii anil the Couita. Reasonable terms. Opinion a* to I patentability. fr. (^opcji^go^JleniHo^circular^l oe.'tl -till! TUTT’S PILLS TORPID BOWELS, DISORDERED LIVER, and MALARIA. - * From these sources arise three fourths of the diseases of the human race. Those symptoms indicate Ihoir existence: Loss of Appotito, Bowels costive, Sick Head, (mho, fullness after eating, aversion to exertion of bn-fp or mind, Eructation of food, Irritability of temper. Low spirits, \ feeling of having neglected Horae duty, Dizziness, fluttering at the Heart, Dots before the eyes, highly colored Urine, t«»STII'iTWM, and domand the use of a remedy that acts directly onthol.ivor. AsaUvor medicine TCTT’S ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 5 December 1883

mi* S § a '[ ini 11t I Hi w . * ONK DOLLAR A YEAH, VOL. 11. A T GLADKE’S! You can find A superb display of —First-class — Wraps! for ladies, such as Russian Circulars, Ulsterettes, Dolmans, and Beaver Jerseys. Conic and sec that Beautiful Langtry— * —Plush— * —Circular ! We have about Five Thousand Dollars worth of goods in this line, and have marked our prices so low that No one can complain! gmrDRY GOODS —and— MILLINERY a full assortment We arc selling goods so low this.se that no one who wants goods ever leaves ( house without buying! All we can say to those who have not \< called is to come and we will do our best t* save you some money. Respectfully, C. A. GLADKE, Staunton, Vn. sep22,’B3-y—novl4,’B3 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 Desks, Chairs of all kinds, Mattresses, etc., &amp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 5 December 1883

FOR A WARNING. I cad tell just how It happened, though It’s fifty years ago, And I sometimes think it’s curious that! can remember so; For though things that lately happened slip my mind, and fade away, I am sure that I shall never lose the memory of that day. Job was coming to Thanksgiving—so he wrote us in the fall; He was Ezra’s oldest brother, and his favorite of them all. We’d been keeping house since April, but I couldn’t always teU When my pie- crust would be flaky, or the poultry roasted weU; So I felt a little worried—if the truth must be confessed— At tae thought of Ezra’s brother coming as our household guest. Just a week before Thanksgiving Ezra rode one day to town, As I needed things for cooking—flour and sugar, white and brown; And 1 worked like any beaver, all the time he was away, Making mince and stewing apple for the coming holiday. I was hot, and tired, and nervous, when he galloped home at night— AH that day my work had plagued me, nothing seemed to go just righ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 5 December 1883

SELECT SIFTINGS. Certain women in Bnrmah have beards like the Bkyo terrier. Brotherhoods for building bridges existed in France in the twelfth century. Savon, the French word for soap,|U ascribed to Savona, the place at which it was first manufactured. The raw skins of cattle were usually suspended on stakes, and used instead of kettles to boil meat in Great Britain. The czar of Russia wields a sceptre over thirty-eight different nationalities each speaking a language of its ow n. The idea that silks and ribbons are boiled in oil has no foundation in fact, and probably originated in some shopkeeper's mind as a device whereby to sell his goods. A German physician who has examined the cars of 6,905 school children, says that in the majority of cases in w hich children appear to be inattentive they are simply deaf. The King of Dahomey, on state occasions, puts a finely clad official under a gorgeous umbrella and directs him to take his royal compliments to his friend the ocean. This do...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 5 December 1883

d *III AULLS r. WHEAT, * DKAI Kit IN Fla pie and Fancy Groceries, Country Produce, &c.. No. 17 Cast Main street, next to Marquis' Marble Yard, Stainton, Va. I rzr Will sell ns low as any one and give a- good articles. Will be pleased to have' s;a-“MyowN” f ( >o«trd t'otlces a Specially. novJ -3m ami thcCouita Rcamon.ble term.. Opinion as tol patentability, free of charge. Send for circular. | oe.'il -Glu tutts PILLS TORPID BOWELS, DISORDERED LIVER, and MALARIA.- > From these sources arise three ffitsrffia of the diseases of Uia human race. These symptoms indicate their existence: Ia»«. of Appetite, Kowils costive, Sick Head“efto, fullness attar eating, aversion to exertion of body or mind. Eructation of food, Irritability of temper, low spirits, a feeling of having neglected some duty, Whilnest, Fluttering at the Heart, Dots bdore the eyes, highlv colored iTrliic, C«»iVSTIPATI«i*r and demand tho nse of a remedy that acta directly ontho Liver. Asahlv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 12 December 1883

Til ' ill « i 3 I* sja 5 % * ONK DOLLAR A YEAR. VOL. 11. A T GLADKE’S! You can find gm~A superb display of —First-class— W raps! for ladies, such as Russian Circulars, Ulsterettes, Dolmans, and Beaver Jerseys. Conic and see that Beautiful Langtry— * —Plush— * —Circular ! —— ■ ■ ■■ Wc have about Five Thousand Dollars tvorlh of floods in this lino, and have marked our prices so low that No one can complain! ■ iwrmiY goods —and— MILLINERY a full assortment We are sell inf; poods so low this season that no one who wants poods ever leaves our house without buying! ■ All wc can say to those who have not yet called is to come and we will do our liest to save you some money. Respectfully, C. A. CLADKE, Staunton, Va. sep99, ’B3-y-—no v 14, ’B3 Headquarters i on 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 Desks, Chairs of all kinds, Mattresse...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 12 December 1883

AUTUMN, Now Ceres roams her larlen Iras And sounds her golden horn, To be answered by the I arrest bees And laugh of tasseled corn. Over the red and yellow leaves, When smiles the silvery morn, Light she glides to her bearded sheaves, By berry bush and thorn. And hills are lost in purple haze, Wldle trees are talking low About the mellow Autumn days And Nature’s afterglow. —James Riley. IN THE TOSEMZTE. "I’ll give you three dajs to lose your senses; then you'll rave over her.” “1 don’t rave over ceramics.” “Oh, pshaw! you must admit that she is the only available object to adore in the valley.” “ Admitted. I shall confine myself to the beauties of nature, however.” “You can’t do it. Given a little backwoods hotel, only one pretty girl, Harry Goddard with nothing to do, and he will be completely at her command at the end of one week. ” “Not at all, Tom; cloisonne on copper, and all that sort of thing, is not my style. I’ll tell you what I’ll do, though. I believe that you intend to s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 12 December 1883

TEE PR -ENT’S MESSAGE, To the Oon{ P'eas of the United States: At the threshold of your deliberations I con gratulate you upon the favorable aspect Of the domestic and foreign affairs of this government. Our relations with other countries continue to be on a friendly footing. With Argentine Republic, Austria, Bel- j «nni Brazil, Denmark, Havti, Italy, Santo aniingo and Sweden and Norway, no mci- > dent has occurred which calls for special j comment. The recent opining of new bnes of tele- I Eapbic communication with Central Atnert and Brazil, permitted the interchange of j messages of friendship with the government of those countries. j During the year there have been perfected , and proclaimed consular and commercial | treaties with Serbia and a consular treaty With Roumania, thus extending our intercourse with the Danubian countries, while our Eastern relations have been put upon a wider basis by treaties with Corea and Madagascar. The new boundary survey treaty with Me...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 12 December 1883

DEPARTMENT REPORTS, Tne Treasury Department, The report of Secretary Folger for the fiscal year Aiding June SO, 1883, shows that the ordinary revenues of the government for the year were as follows: Customs, $214,706,497; internal revenue, $144,720,869; sales of public lands, $7,955,364; direct tax, 9X8,167; miscellaneous, $30,796,695. total, $398,287,989. Ordinary expenses: Civil and miscellaneous, 968,678,022; war department, $48,911,883; navy department, $15,283,437; Indians, $7,362,590; pensions, 966,012.574: interest on public debt, $59,160,132; total, $265,408,138; leaving a surplus revenue of 989.879,444. This is $7,300,0.10 more than Mr. Folger estimated that the surplus would amount to in his last annual report. Compared with the previous fiscal year, the receipts for 1883 have decreased in Customs $6,704,233; in eternal revenue, $1,777,226; Indirect tax, $51,986, and in miscellaneous, $906,949. They have increased in sales of public lands 98,902,724. Total decrease, (12,66...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 12 December 1883

POCKET-PICKING AS AN ART A DETECTIVE S ACOOUHT OP THE PICKPOCKET’S PURSUIT. The K<n|t of IMo p»rk«t« nn<l lit* * F,' p ctl • Training lloya In Ihc Sri< n e of Abulrartliiß. “ Pickpockets nro a class of thieve*rho must be especially fitted for the business,” said a headquarters detective to a Chicago Neirs reporter. “They go through a course of instruction as a generalthing, and learn it asachild learns to read. But no instructors will accept as a pupil any one with short, stumps fingers. It requires for pickpockets, just as it docs for playing the violin, long, lean, flexible, and even sensitive fingers.” “Do you mean to say that there are regular instructors in the art of digital appropriation?” “Oh, yes; old experts who have reduced it to a science. Pome of them who are advanced in years, or otherwise incapacitated for active work on their own hook, devote all their time to in structing thieves and putting up jobs for them. It is a peculiar profess...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 12 December 1883

C CHARLES C. WHEAT, J DEALER IN •Staple and Fancy Groceries, Country Produce, (fee.. No. 17 East Main street, next to Marquis' Marble Yard, Staunton, Va. Will sell an low as any one and give ns good articles. Will l»e pleased to have “MY OWN” ItouNtod t'oilcon n Specially. iiov? -.lm Sj eiialty; -Patvnt c»u«e» befor* the Patent •ml the Courta Beatomble term*. Opinion Mtel patentability, free ot charge. Bond for circular. | (a'ltl -ton TUTFS v LLS W*W itr——■> TORPID BOWELSp DISORDERED LIVER, and MALARIA.- * From those sources arias three fhCTfba of tho diseases of tuo kaman mco. These nymploins indicate thoirexistence: Isms or Appetite, Bowels costive, Sick Headache, fullness after eating, aversion to exertion of body or mind, Eructation of food, Irritability of temper, Low spirits, \ reeling of having neglected Rome ditty, Bixxliiesa, fluttering at tho Beaut,Dots before the eyes, highly colored Urine, COWSTIPATIO.V, ami demand the use of a remedy that acts directly on tho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 19 December 1883

9 * / v s , U-. ml if s * h t ONK DOLLAR A YEAH, VOL. 11. a' r GLADKE’S! You can find wr a superb display of —First-class— W raps! for ladies, such as Russian Circulars, Ulsterettes, Dolmans, and Heaver Jerseys. Conic and see that Beautiful Lan gt ry— * —PI u sh— * —Ci rcul ar ! We have about Five Thousand Dollars worth of poods in this line, and have marked our prices so low that No one can complain! gOTI>RY GOODS —and— MILLINERY jrfi a full assortment We are selling goods so low this sense that no one who wants goods ever leaves or 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. OLADKE, Staunton, Vs. j Bcpd:i,’^*l-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 Desks, Chairs of all kinds, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 19 December 1883

LIPS’* INTE-RCM AMOK. Jn ©very jp£ tfconstwks mpirnnr; • In ©very pleasure bides a j ain; Mirth to-day will fly to-morrow; The Proteus like ap] ear ajaln. What if there were o ageless pleasure To intoxicate thy brain ? We should sink ’nealh life's fuirtneaXura,', And call the sweeter blessing pain. The Valley of Matrimony. There is no more thankless task that can fall to the lot of a middle-aged spinster with quiet tastes than that of engineering a young women of any considerable personal attractions across Europe. The trouble began on the ocefin steamer in the shape of a captain in the United States navy. At Paris it was a big Frenchman with a nature like that of a Newfoundland dOg; at Marseilles it preeented itself under the guise of a dreamyeyed German; at Romo it was a silverytongued Italian; at Naples it concentrated itself in the most violent and virulent form in the person of a young American doctor. Mine Sutherland was troubled- with a rough—an entirely natural and appropria...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 19 December 1883

flniamrned In tho Arctic Regions. “The most trouble that I had in my first voyegrf north,” saKDrf-’Main# Alitor, “was froimsunburn.' VeS,'»ii—iflfcbirrti. I could stand tho cold when she was forty degrees below zero; I could stand frozen noses and ears; but bust my ( top-rails if I didn’t suffer torments tho first time 1 got sunburnt in the arctic regions. You see, it was this way: Wc were laid tip a few days "before the closo of summer making repairs, in about seventy-four degrees north latitude, and right early one party of us vrant ashore to look around. It was pretty cold, and the consequence wae'wo werobmidlcdup in half a dozen thieknesaeS 'of underclothes, with fur hoods over our heads, and looked lik# fleas in a buffalo robe. “Well, sir, along about noqja time, what, wittf tbielwmt pf thfe sjebriihd tbb hard exercise that we were trfKing in getting over the snow asd ipc-hummocks I was hot as I could be, and I just slipped the hood off ray head and wont along for awhile with n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 19 December 1883

CtHKS. & OHIO U’Y. J Open through Kentucky 'in Lexington! The only line running I’ul 1 innii Sleeping-cars and day coaches and two through trains from Washington, Richmond, Charlottesville, Waynesboro, Staunton and Clifton Forge to Cincinnati and Louisville, connecting direct for all points in the West and Southwest. Schedule in effect November 4th, 1883; No. I. No. 5. Westward. No. 3. Daily, see train I Daily. Ex. Sun. notes. I Lve Norfolk, 6 45am 3 30pm I OldPointCTt, 725 4 30 Newport News, 800 510 , Richmond, 4 30pm 9 10arn 10 00 Ait Gordonsville, 740 12 20pm 1 41« m Charlottesville, 9 00pm 1i 5 250 j Lve Washington, 510 8 35am 1035 pm | Ait Charlottesville,9 10 1 20pm 2 45ani i Lve Charlottesville, 915 1 25 3 25 Ait Waynesboro, 10 08 305 435 Staunton, 1040 3 49 50!) Clifton Forge, 12 45am 700 7 25 Uonceverte, 2 30 1 0 05 Hinton, 3 48 1205 pm Kanawha Falls, 310 Oanneltou, 6 40 4 00 Charleston, 7 50 516 Lve Huntington, 930 (!00am 750 Arr Ashland(ACdi) 1008 650 830 Colu...

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

% £ «I = ; 5 | S 3 1 I £ flu ; . ll* 2 8 2 Shf GREENVILLE BANNER. ONE DOM,AII A YEAR VOL 11. IT IS TO YOUR INTEREST jpW Read This Advertisement! Cl AI)KK OflVrs (ho Following Inducement to His Friends: — A ny Person Living BETWEEN R A PIII N E AND S T AUNTON who will • Come to Glad he 9 s Store —and— BUY SIO.OO WORTH —of— Dry Ms, Millinery, Or Anything Blue Sold in the Establishment , Will receive Railroad TICKET THAI* WILL TAKE HIM HOME FREE of CHARGE. We make this offer in good faith, and hope our friends will avail themselves of this opportunity. All Goods Marked in Plain Figures, and sold at the very lowest prices! Cloaks, Dolmans and Russian Circulars in great variety! We keep the largest stock of goods in this market, and can suit you in most anything w tinted. Respectfully, C. A. GLADKE, Staunton. sep-i’L’.-R-y—deeilti/fdJI XMAS 55 ®!! For Fine For Fhie - CHINAS , Elegant Elegant Glassware, Bisque Figures , Decorated Decorated Cups and Saucers, Mugs, Lava Smoke Sets , Figures...

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

THE EARTH. Hurled from the center of Infinite Cause, Kept in thy pathway by unerring laws Bpinning alway—“ without haste, without rest,” Gladly obeying a higher behest, Singing, Swinging along ■With gladness and song, Ripening the grain ami righting the wrong. O’erhead the ether bends stainless and blue, And broad fields of Heaven expand to the view, Btar-strewn, they glimmer with clusters so white Their silvery blossoms Illumine the night. Hieing, Flying along With gladness and song, Rlpenirg the grain and righting the wrong. Year after year and age after age, The birth of the savage the death of the ■age, Mark thy great cycles through uttermost space Careering with stars in thy mage-tic race, Whirling, Swirling along With gladness and song, Ripening the grain and righting the wrong. Plunged into darkness or plunged into light— Bitten by ice-winds and shivering in night; Smiling and warm with the kiss of the sun, Rosy and sparkling the course thou dost run, Dancing, Glancing along ...

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

FARM, GARDEN AND HOUSEHOLD. ■ -iceting Orchard Trees. The Practical Farmer advises intending purchasers as follows: Nurseryrmen know what purchasers will not believe — that short, stocky trees arc better for an orchard, more likely to live, come quicker into bearing than tall, slender trees, whether apple, peach, pear, plum or cherry. The reason is simply this: Tall trees in the nursery rows, for some reason get the start, overtop and overshadadow those that started later ; the sap of the tree consequently pushes its growth upward and into foliage, while the roots arc long, slender and few; consequently it does not bear transplanting as well or do as well after being transplanted as was expected from its fine appearance in the row. Stocky trees, on the contrary, being overshadowed, make a shorter growth, with branches and foliage nearer the ground, with numerous short roots that do not waste their substance in bleeding or by absorption from the soil, that cause the tree to start off...

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

(AUKS. .V OHIO R’Y. J Open through Kentucky via Lexington! The only line running Pullman Sleeping-cars and day coaches and two through trains from Washington, Richmond, Charlottesville, Waynesboro. Staunton and Clifton Forge to Cincinnati and Louisville, connecting direct for all points in the West and Southwest. Schedule in effect November -Ith, 1883: No. I. No..*). Westward. No. It. Daily, sec train Daily. Ex. Sun. notes. I,vc Norfolk, G4sam 3 ill Ipm Oldl’ointCTt, 1 25 4 illl Newport News,B(Ml 5 in Richmond, 430 pm 11 10am 1000 Arr (’.ordonsvillc, 710 I 2 ''opm 141 am Charlottesville, IMKlpin I 15 2 50 Lvc Washington. 510 S ;tsam loi<spin Arr Charlottesville, !H 0 I ,•20pm 2 45am Lve Charlottesville, 9 1 5 1 *25 3 25 Arr Waynesboro, Ift OH 1105 4 115 Staunton, 10 40 5 40 500 Clifton Forge, 1:2 45am 7 00 7:25 Ronccvcrte, 2 50 10 05 Hinton, ills 1:2 05pm Kanawha Falls, 5 10 Cannclton, 0 40 4 (Ml Charleston, 7 50 5 10 Lve Huntington, 050 (iOOam 750 Arr Ashland(Ac&...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 9 January 1884

If* L « « 111 i «. - 5 V A &S £f its ONE DOLLAR A YEAH. YOL. 11. jrp Jg TO YOUR INTEREST Read This Advertisement! GLADKE UflV-rs tlie Following Inducement to His Friends:— x\ny Person Living BETWEEN UAPHINE AND STAUNTON L - who will Come to Gladke’s Store —and— BUY SIO.OO WORTH —of— Dry ys, Her;, Or Anything Elite Sold in the Establish ment , Will receive Railroad TICKET TIIA J WILL TAKE HIM HOME FREE of CHARGE. Wo make this ofter in good faith, and hope our friends will avail themselves of this opportunity. Ail Goods Marked in Plain Figures and sold at the very lowest prices! Cloaks, Dolmans and Russian Circulars in great variety! We keep the largest stock of goods in this market, nod can suit you in most anything wanted. Respectfully, C. A. (ILADKE, Staunton, s ep - >;>, ’\!-y—dee'2(i,’B3 VOTK’E! NOTICE! Greenville, Va,, Dec. 25, 1883. From January Ist, 1884, I will otter my entire stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Hardware, NOTIONS, BOOTS AND SHOES, ...

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