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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 9 January 1884

A CHRISTMAS CAROL. Come, cheerful and cay As the glad sun in May, Let us carol away The bright Christmas day. The star of His birth Shines white o’er the earth. Then in transports henceforth Let shout of His worth. Onr griefs wo will fling To the winds as we sing, And our voices shall ring With the name of our King. ON CHRISTMAS EVE. “Good-evening, Joe, and merry Christmas to you.” “The same to you, sir, and many of ’em too.” As I came along B street on a arisp, sparkling Christmas eve, I encountered the old night watchman Joe, standing on the sidewalk in front of a brilliantly-lighted mansion, gazing up at the windows, through the half-raised curtains of which were to be had glimpses of a Christmas tree. I had lived only six months in B street, not long enough to make acSuaintance with any of its inhabitants, ut I had made friends with the old night watchman before I bad lived a week on ‘he street. He had come to my door, as is customary toward a new resident, to inquire if I wishe...

Publication Title: Greenville Banner
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 9 January 1884

COREA AND THE COREANS. A, JAP ABB SB BOHOL AB'S AOCOUBT OB THB HBBMZT HATXOBT. The Country Which Only Recently Estnbllathed Intercourse With the Outelde World —A Peculiar People^ A native Japanese scholar has written for the New York Tribune an account of Corea, the country which recently sent an embassy to the United States. The writer says: Corea, like Japan, for many years refused all intercourse with her sister nations, and now that the barrier which has shut her out from them has been removed, much interest has been awakened in regard to this strange country. This interest none feels more strongly than Japan, as many of her arts, ns well as literature aud religion, were originally learned from Corea. Once in several weeks steamers leave Japan for Corea. The journey is made in about a week with fair sailing. This time will bring one to the coast, where anchor is cast some distance from shore. At this point is a river which empties into the ocean, and it is possible to reach Soul...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 9 January 1884

He. PALMER, , DKALKU IN DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, SHOES, HARDWARE, AC. JCetraord inary Inducements will he offered cash customers during TH I S SEAS ON. I have on hand a good assortment of goods, bought at the late decline, and "ill make it to the interest of buyers to put chase their goods of me. Call and examine my stock. Ao trouble to show goods. juneß-ly Respectfully, H. C. PALMER, y M PICKLE'S FURXITURE RODMS! No. 27 Main street, Staunton, Va. The leading, most practical and best equipped Undertaker in the \ alley of \ irginia. Keeps constantly ou hand Metalic and Wood Coffins of all sizes and kinds. /gV' Furniture of all kinds and styles jp’J Manufactured from the best materials, by the best workmen, constantly on hand or made to order. Satisfaction as to style and price guaranteed. Orders solicited. Undertaking promptly attended to anywhere in the County. [sep22-y JUST ARRIVED AT ]]. PALMER’S A large stock of Fall and Winter Goods, consisting of Dry Mi, Ms&s, late, (u...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 16 January 1884

« g£ ill i i * ‘ M Hi w , f ONE DOLLAR A YKAK, .11. VOL XT' TO YOUR INTEREST jftW Read This Advertisement! GLADKE Offers llic Following Inducement to His Friends;— Any Person Living BETWEEN RAIMI INK AND S T AUNTOiN who will Come to Gladke 9 8 Store —and— BUY 110.00 WORTH —of— Dry Us, Hierjr, Or Anything Else Sold in the Establishment , I Will receive | Railroad TICKET T«*» WILL TAKE HIM HOME ! FREE op 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! Clonks, Dolmans and Russian Circulars in great variety! We keep the largest stock of goods in this market, and can suit you in most anything wanted. Respectfully, U, A. GLADKE, Staunton. sep22, ’B3—y—dec'*(i, ’S.‘l JJOnCKI notice: Greenville, Va.. Dec. 25, 1883. From January Ist, 1884, I will offer my entire stock of „ Dry Goods , Clothing f Hardware , NOTIONS, BOOTS AND SHOES, Hats, Cups, Drugs, <fe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 16 January 1884

THS DAHKKST HOUR IB ON THB VBROB OF DAY. Despair not, Poet, whose warm soul aspires To breathe the exalted atmosphere of fame; Giro thy heart words, but purify ite fires, Bo that thy song may consecrate thy name; Bing on, and hope, nor murmur that the crowd Are slow to hear and recognize thy lay; Thy time will come if thou art well endow’d The darkest hour is on the verge of day. Despair not, Genius, whereso'er thou art, What’er the bent and purpose of thy mind; Use the great gifts with an unfailing heart, And wait till Fortune delgneth to be kind. The world Is tardy In its help and praise, And doubts and dangers may obstruct the way, But light oft pierces through the heaviest base: The darkest hour is on the verge of day. Despair not, patriot, who In dreams sublime Bee’st for thy country glories yet unborn, And fain would’st chide the laggard wings of Time, Because they bring not the tronscenden moon. Be firm In thy devotion: hour by hour We travel on a sunward way, And what seems ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 16 January 1884

AN EXTRAORDINARY SIGHT. A KTTOB OATCBI OtTT OP WHICH ISSUED HTBIADS OP BIRDS. Conr tleas Thonranda of (h« Feath•rd Tribe—A IVa'nrallit’a Ai »;>niahinf AdT«ntnrealn Colombia. A naturalist just returned from a visit to Routh America, told a Sun reporter tfjout his search for a peculiar bird in Colombia. The bird is about the size of a pigeon, and has a long, heavy, broad, hooked bill, and is of a brownish chestnut color, marked,with indefinite black spots. “ When I first heard of the bird,” said the bird man, “I was traveling in a mountainous part of Colombia, and dne night when I halted in a native village they gave me some strange dish, cooked in oil. I asked a native, who said it came from the oil bird orguacharo. He furthermore gave me to understand that the birds were not unlike bottles of oil; all you had to do was to put a wick in their mouths and light it, and you had a lamp. The native had never seen the bird himself, he said, but bought the oil from another man, w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 16 January 1884

He. PALMER, • DEALER IX DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, SHOES, HARDWARE, &C. Kxtraou'dinary Inducements will he offered, cash customers during THIS S E A SON. I have on hand a pood assortment of poods, bought at the late decline, and will make it to the interest of buyers to purchase their goods ot me. Call and examine my stock'. No trouble to show goods. juneO-ly Respectfully. H.C. PALMER, j Y M RICK LE’S Vi ; KNri’URK ROOMS! No. *27 Main street, Staunton, Va. . i The leading, most practical and best equipped Undertaker in the \ alley of \ irginia. Keeps constantly on hand Metalie and Wood Coffins of all sizes and kinds. Furniture of all kinds and styles Manufactured from the best materials, by the best workmen, constantly on hand or made to order. Satisfaction as to style and price guaranteed. Orders solicited. Undertaking promptly attended to anywhere in the County. [sep22-y JUST ARRIVED AT [>. fl. PALMER’S A large stock of Fall and Winter Goods, consisting of liy U,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 23 January 1884

g* c • ■ <2 ►S'® ■S ® *2 ■ * | ■ fc M ja S i ONK DOLLAR A YEAH. VOL. 11. XT' IS 10 YOUR interest Read This Advertisement! OLADKE Offers the Following Inducement to His Friends;— Any Person Living UI.TWKKN i RAI*II IN E AND S T A II N T O N who will Come to G 1 (trike's Store —mid— BUY $1(1.00 WORTH of Dry Ms, Uiry, Or Anything Fisc Sold hi the Establishment , Will receive Railroad TICKET THA* WILL TAKE HIM HOME FREE of CHARGE. We make this offer in good faith, and hop our friends will avail themselves of (his OV portunity. 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 wanted. Respectfully, C. A.GLA DKG, Staunton. Bep22, ’B3-y—dee 26, ’S3 NOTICE! Greenville, Vu., Dec. 35, ISB3. From January Ist, 1884,1 will offer niy entire stock u(. Dry Goods , Clothing , Hardware , NOTIONS, BOOTS AND SHOES, lints, Caps. Drug...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 23 January 1884

WINTER SONO. Primmer joys are o’er; F oweiets bloom no mere, V in try winds are sweeping; Through the snow-drifts peeping. Cheerful evergreen Rarely now is seen. Now no plumed throng Charms the wood with song; Ice-bound tre*s are gliitering; Merry snow-birds, tw.t ering, Fondly strive to cheer Scenes so cold and drear. "Winter, still I fee Many charms in thee— Love thy (h lly greeting, Snow-storms fiercely beating. And the dear delights Of the long, long n ghts. —From the German. TROUBLE ABOARD. BY AN OLD COASTER. Some years ago I ran an old schooner out of Mobile. She was a small craft—not more than 130 tons burden—and had originally come from some Northern port. [ called her the Eutaw, and I made many profitable runs along the coasts of the gulf; and two or three times I doubled the capes of Florida. While we lay at Mobilo taking in n load for New Orleans, two of the most desperate villains in Alabama were apprehended. Their names were Adolph Leroy and Mutt Vickers, and they had c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 23 January 1884

LIFE AMONG THE MORMONS. A COBBESPONDEWT PEBOHIBE3 A VISIT TO SAIaT LiU CITT. Tke Country of tlio .Tlorinons—Somcthlng About Their Chief City—Mormon Men and Women. A Salt Lake City letter to the Chicago Jfews says: “The two mountain ranges traversing Utah runs parallel for a long distance, and, meeting at last at either end, form a vast amphitheatre, cultivated, well settled, a veritable garden, full of greenery, and dotted with lakes and limpid streams. In the north, as one would see if elevated above the country in a balloon, lies Salt lake, listless, dullhued, salty; and south of it is Utah lake, with clear, fresh waters, in whose depths the mountains are mirrored, and from the shores of which cultivated fields extend to the very foothills. But all Utah Is not a garden. Mountain ranges and dry plains predominate, and while care and labor may evolve enough produce to render the Territory noted in some degree for agriculture, the peal wealth will come from the mines which are being ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 23 January 1884

«v *|4«|/*§*§£f| A i 2 >l S i CQ’»|il| tIK/Xv U %\l &5J if „ I ie"ss e 5 § *-8- J osi !•»< (Kq ? S vmttdCW ii 2351 P f/i.i I III«i s W|i fei iy UJ j || 2 £ ilib|2| g i glllli? /m B /IJ|xzf3» Ea>| |||g I2^ a sPI/11l ,| i » i ' /J M / «UlSjßf BBSi«“i ' 4 3 K ii r^tih&A i-i«“ hi «c ill 8 Y u. HICKLK’S KUK.MTUUE ROOMS! No. ’ll Main street, Staunton, Va. The leading, most practical and West equipped Undertaker in the \ alley ol \ irginia. Keeps constantly on hand Metulie and \\ ood Colhits of all sizes and kinds. tJtP* Furniture of all kinds and styles |^l Manufactured front the best materials, l»v the best workmen, constantly on hand or made toorder. Satisfaction as to style and price guaranteed. Orders solicited. Undertaking promptly attended to anywhere in the County. [sepsW-v JUST/rnttVEDAT |> ”H. PALMER’S A largo stock of Fall and Winter Goods, consisting of Bry fiseds, Mons, Mm, fiHt, Ms d Mss, Hats, k, anil a full...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 30 January 1884

g£ u i 21 a A ® ! ► s *0 i i*| I i l* j iGI IT IS T ° YOUR INTEREST -S6F Read This Advertisement! (i LAT)K I Offer* the Following Inducement to His Friends:— Any Person Living between R A PIII N E AND STAUNTON who will Come to Gladke’s Store —and— BUY SIO.OO WORTH —of Dry ys, Miner;, Or Anything Else Sold in the Establishment , =t| Will receive Railroad TICKET TUAT WILL TAKE HIM HOME FREE of CHARGE. We make this offer in good faith, and bop.our friends will avail themselves of this or portunity. All Goods Marked in Plain Figure and sold at the very lowest prices I Cloaks, Dolmans and Russian Circulars ; great variety I We keep the largest stock of goods in thi market, and can suit you in most anything wanted. Respectfully, C. A. GLADKE, Staunton, i ■cp22,’B3-y—dec26,’B3 •s- ga ■ ft «* o ft* hrf *0 ft S' tr ft o p g, || <3 i 2 * ft ®c* ft 55 2 A <s«. £ Su O S a M p * Ss s| c II;J K | 2 « bS H®o S k co e 2 „ 50 g s- g. a 00 § £ *< S* P O rr- S* £5 •* w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 30 January 1884

FOR LOVE’S SAKE. Sometimes I am toaipted to murmur That life is Hitting away, With only a round of triiles Filling each busy day; \ Dusting nooks and corners, 1 Making the house look fair, And patiently taking upon me The burden of a woman’s care. Comforting childish sorrows, And charming the oliilillsli heaili With the simple song and story, Told with n mother’s art; Betting the dear homo table, And cloarine the moal away, And going on little errands In the twilight of the day. One day is just like another! Sewing and piecing well Little jackets and trowsers So neatly that none can tell Where are the seams and joinings— Ah! the seamy side of life Is kept out of sight by the magic Of many a mother and wife! And oft when I am ready to murmur That life is Hitting away, With the self-same round of duties FUling each busy day, It comes to my spirit sweetly, With the grace of a thought divine: "You are living, t tiling for love’s sake, And the loving should never repine.” “SNOOPER.” It w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 30 January 1884

THE WAGS OF THE PRESSCOMICAI< BTORItB TOLD BY MB HUMOBIBTS. A Notcl Engagement King-Two Fatal Defect* —Rule* of tlie Limekiln Club —Showed Them How to Shoot. A NOVEL ENGAGEMENT RING. He didn’t bring the engagement ring to her the night he had promised, because he was out walking with another girl, and the engaged girl had heard of it. So the first thing she did when he called on her the next evening was to take him by the left ear and shake him about at a painful rate. “ What’s that?” he yelled. “That, sir, is the engagement ring—and it will ring just the very same way every time I hear of you walking out with another girl.”— Kentucky State Journal. TWO FATAL DEFECTS. Mrs. Jenkins; 1 ‘Dear me, Matilda Jane, it’s no use trying to be aristocratic any longer. I’ve done everything mortal woman could since your par did so well in lumber, but the obstacles is too great. I give it up.” Matilda Jane: “Why, ma, I think we’re getting along splendid, I’m sure. We don’t cat with our ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 30 January 1884

Y M MCKLE’S FURNITURE ROOMS! No. 27 Main street, Staunton, Va, The loading, most practical and best equipped Undertaker in the Valley of Virginia. Keeps constantly on har. J Metalic and Wood Collins of all sizes and kinds. t&P Furniture of all kinds and styles y Manufactured from the best materials, by the best workmen, constantly on hand or made to order. Satisfaction as to style and price guaranteed. Orders solicited. Undertaking promptly attended to anywhere in the County. [sop22-y jSifAiiuviiriT I>. H. PALMER’S [[A large stock of Fall and Winter Goods, consisting of Iry Goods, Moss, Hardware, fwmn, Soots and Shoes, Eats, t, and a full and complete line of Si!ks and Dress Goods, with Trimmings to Match. /Silks ranging in Price from 73c, to $1.33, CLOAKS - JERSEY JACKETS which will bc'sold at bottom prices! Full line Free School Books on hand at Free School prices! J/CtJ My stock is full and complete in every department, and what I cannot furnish down stairs...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 6 February 1884

g * c a g*® a o ► * « nj a « i I §, a h w £ « J 3 &3 a«s 5 * > ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. VOL. 11. IT T 0 YOUR mTEREST -^® Read This Advertisement! GLADKE Offers the Following Inducement to His F-icnds: Any Person Living BETWEEN RAPHINE AND STAUNTON who will Come to Gladke’s Store —and— BUY SIO.OO WORTH —of— Dry Bonds, Hinny, Or Anything Else Sold in the Establishment , - - -ij Will receive Railroad TICKET ’ THAT WILL TAKH HIM HOME FREE of CHARGE. We make this offer 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 1 Cloaks, Dolmans and Russian Circulars in great variety! We keep the largest stock of goods in thU market, and can suit you iu most anything wanted. Respectfully, C. A.GLADKE, Staunton. 8ep22,’83-y—dec2ti,’B3 I i 7 h -o w , 9-41 s . g ?o g -g < H § =3 IS < % S § « |1; I . « 1 s a § . * CO ** /-s §T? C 5 W til ° - I * m 2 *t. S W » &a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 6 February 1884

NOTHING BUT I.EAVES. Nothing but leaves. The spirit grieve* Over a wasted life; , Eftns committed while eonscienco slept, made, but never kept— Hatred, battle and strife— Nothing but leaves. Nothing but leaves—no garnered sheave? Of life’s fair, ripened grain; Words, idle words, for earnest deeds; We sow our seeds; lo I tares and weeds; We reap with toil and paiu Nothing but leaves. Nothing but leaves; memory weaves No veil to screen the past; As we retrace our weary way, Counting each lost and misspent day, We sadly find at last Nothing but leaves. Under The Mistletoe. For two weeks a gay party had been cheating Old Time or themselves at Mrs. Edwards’ hospitable country-house, which had been thrown open by its hostess for an old-fashioned winter jolifleation, which was to include the holidays. All the guests were well known to each other—all save one; but at the end of this first fortnight, both among men and women, remarkable to tell, she reigned prime favorite. “I’m just determin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 6 February 1884

AMONG THE PRESS WAG S HOOD TKZEOS DISHED OUT BT HBWSPAFEB HUKOBIBTS. Three—The Halh He Will Go To—He Couldn’t —I.iine-Hiln Club Mottoe*—He Ila* No Baggage. THREE. “I hear your uncle is dead,” said a sympathetic neighbor to Mr. Twomly, an Austin, gentleman. “He is,” replied Twomly, gravely. “ Did he leave any testament ?” “Yes, time of (hem.” “Three of them!” exclaimed the neighbor, wonderingly. “Yes, the Old Testament, New Testament, and the Revised Edition.”— S{ftings. THE BALLS HE WILL GO TO. “Hello! Beaky,” said young Yeast to his friend Crimsonbeak, meeting at the club the other evening. “Are you going to any of the balls this winter?” “Oh, yes, I expect to,” answered Crimsonbeak, taking his friend by the hand. “Which ones are you going to?” continued Yeast. “Well, if the present state of my exchequer continues,” replied Crimsonbeak, noticing the dilapidated condition of hisclothoe, “I expect to go to the three gilt balls.” — Statesman. he couldn’t. They climbed down out of a lu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 6 February 1884

VOMITS PBTSIGIAI LADIES’ PRIVATE COMPANION —fob—- : HOME : T£EAT WENT. : A COMMON SENSE MEDICAL INSTRUCTOR for LA DIES ONLY; Containing full information in reference to all questions relating to IVonum* hood, the better enabling the sex to fulfill their duties and to enjoy themselves in their relations as Nlaldeutt, Wives and nothers. It is, as a popular work, commend* iog itself to the great heart of Womanhood; written in plain, concise and delicate language, easy of understanding, and above all other recommendations, it is tlsor> oughly reliable and rl|ght to the point. It is a work which fills a place occupied by no other book, and is a complete library in itself. No lady, however sensitive, will ever regret its perusal. It gives information which will make life more pleasant, give a higher xest to its enjoyment, make those by whom homo ties are prised prize and enjoy them still more; while it will certainlv relieve many irksome burdens now borne by those to whom life ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 13 February 1884

11l 11, Ilf ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. vol. n. IT IS TO YOUR INTEREST jf(jf Read This Advertisement I GLADKE Offer* the Following Inducement to Hie Friends:— Any Person Living BETWEEN RAPHINE AND STAUNTON who will Come to Gladke’s Store —and— BUI SIO.OO WORTH —of—— ly Brads, Iky, Or Anything Else Sold in the Establishment , • " Will receive - Railroad TICKET THAT WILL TAKE HIM HOME FREE of CHARGE. TTc make this offer in good faith, and hop' our friends will avail themselves of this op* port unity. i 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 soil you in most anything wanted. Respectfully, C. A. GLADKE, Staunton. •ep33, 'B3-y—dec26, ’B3 _ . 5 "2 W Q 4 1.2 *§ * < g i I s. d ■§ _g S W is I I .s Q « 09 S SS .fe-n sS 2 ✓ * a ~ o 5* CO S « 1| te M a So“s' 3“ *J £■ S 8 ® 11 I 3 S 5 ~ 6“• >, S g s w i 8 s • § I H U 8 “ ®. | 1£ ‘I « S - ...

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