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

Hi'rtiiinsss «g i,i,K r n;*. •> eta. !i line every insertion. ORKENVILLK\ K/iqnora and ( l^nra. James Steele, the old relialde. linr & Hotel. If you want a variety of good drinks, go to the Myers House. STAUNTON. Wall B*sii»er*& Window Shades. 15. M. Jamison, 105 Main st. I'uruilure & Cndertuliiiig. S. M. Wilkes, 150 Main street. Sniip Cotton k McCue, 132 Main street. Wry <» 04x1 n. F. M. Young, next to Valley 15ank. C J I’oeei’ieM and Toharto. I’. K. Wilson, opposite Courthouse. Saloons. T. J. Crowder, 25 & 27 New street. Jewelers. I*. A.MiXjWatchinnkerandJeweler.Main st. Wriigs. Or. N. Wavt & 15r0., 22 West Main street, wholesale and retail. Tyree, Martin k Logan, Wholesale Druggists and jobbers of Tobacco and Cigars. Dr. Carter Berkeley & Co., Druggists, 21 Main street. Oldest drug store in town. Pbkvbxt skiiious sickness by taking occasionally one of Emory’s LittleCatharticPiLLS, a wond...

Publication Title: Greenville Banner
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 30 April 1884

■ g I l!l ONE DOLLAR A YEAH. VOL 11. jrp Jg TO YOUR. INTEREST Read This Advertisement! (i I. AD K E Offer! the Following Inducement to His Friends:— Any Person Living ) BETWEEN RAPH I N E I AND STAUNTON who will Come to Gladke’s Store —and— J BUY SIO.OO WORTH —of—r Dry Us, Milky, Or Anything Else Sold in the Establishment , Will receive “ARailroad TICKET Til Aa* WILL TAKE HIM HOME FREE of CHARGE. We make this offer in good faith, nud ' our friends will avail themselves of th _ portunity. All Goods Marked in Plain Fig* and sold at the; very lowest prices; Cloaks, Dolmans and Russian Circular great variety I Wc keep the largest stock of goods in * market, and can suit you in most anytl wanted. Respectfully, .• j C. A.GLADKE, Staunton *cp‘i3,’B3-y—decs4G.’H3 PHOFBSSIOXAL. V LEX. F. ROBERTSON, Attorney at Law, Staunton, Va. Will practice in the courts of Augusta aiid adjoining counties. Special attention given to the collection of claims, and prompt returns made. ap/9-fim WM. A. HUDSON,...

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

THE NOHTHWEST PASSAGE. Where Arctic currents curl and flash And death prowls over wastes of snow, Where giant icebergs sway and crash Into the chilling depths below, The North west passage spectral stanc « And beckons men to Polar lands. A ruined hut, an empty chest, A blackened remnant of a sail; A tattered record tolls the rest; While northern winds in dirges wail; And from the icebergs cold tears drip Upon a crush ’d and rolling ship. — E. McGaffey, in the Current, THE CYCLONE* BY EMMA HARRIMAN. “And so we are going to be married next week, grandma.” “The Lord willing, Martha.” “And I am going to teaching in my old room, right near home; it will be so handy. I saw Professor Gage to-day, and he says that is where I am to go. Ho is always kind and tries to accommodate us, and Lewis will go right on at the depot of course—you know he’s dayoperator now. There couldn't be anything nicer for us, both of us so near cur work; and our house is as pretty as can be. You ought to go and see ...

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

PPBTO WHOFOUGHT DUELS BZSPUSH THAT WERE SETTLED XH MASCULINE FASHION. Some Noted Combats that have Taken Place Between Women—Court l.adies on the “field of Honor.” If women, as a general thing, do not countenance, and have never countenanced, dueling, and arc naturally averse to all systems of individual combat —for varied and sometimes heroic reasons—still they have their womanly sympathies at play, either upon one side or the other, in all encounters and controversies where they may be interested, however trivial or majestic the difficulty or its cause. During the existence of judicial dueling in European countries ladies of rank were always to be found among the respectable spectators, and there have been instances of the presence of women upon hostile fields since the prohibition of judicial duels, particularly in Italy and France. There arc also records of hostile encounters between women—conspicuous among them was the duel with pistols between Lady de Neale and the Countess of...

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

«i;»a*Ksa mi.i.irnv. GREENVILLE, lilquors und < i(tars. James Steele, the old reliable. Ikai- A: Hotel. If you want a variety of good drinks, go to the Myers House. STAUNTON. Wall I*n |»ei>« A Window Nliadcu. £l. M. Jamison, 105 Main st. I'limit nre Ac Undertaking. S. M. Wilkes, 30 Main street. Soup flint■■ f\. Cotton & McCne, 132 Main street. l>ry tiioodii. F. M. Young, next to Valley Bank. (Jroeeries and ’l'olmoco. P. E. Wilson, opposite Courthouse. First'clnsß Mhloons. T. J. Crowder, 25 & 27 New street. .IcweleiK. P. A.Mix,WatchmakerandJcwelcr,Main st. Drags. Dr. N. Wayt.& Bro., 22 West Main street, wholesale and retail. Tyree, Martin & Logan, Wholesale Druggists and Jobbers of Tobacco and Cigars. Dr. Carter Berkeley & Co., Druggists, 21 Main street. Oldest drug store in town. Tint most delicate PERSONS enjoy taking Emory’s Little Cathartic Pills, they restore color, give a wholesome appe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 7 May 1884

I CALL AND SEE GEOROE PFORR THE LEADING TOBACCONIST, —29 MAIN STREET, STAUNTON, VA. MBW ■ GREENVILLE BANNER. IUIWUBUA=*»' ‘ V - U: r £ ;! a a b e «► - t 8 •* 1 | | a •- •« A/ * ft, MM ** *r in * a " fe w • <r ONE DOLLAR A TEAR. VoL.il. _ I r P rLJ TO YOUR INTEREST jj*|f 1 lio —TO— Read This Advertisement! GLADKE Offer* the Following Inducement to His Friends;— Anj T Person Living BETWEEN K A P TUNE AND _J| S.T AUN T O N |i—who will Come to Gift (Ike's Store '—and — BUY .SIO.OO WORTH Stj 14 Mfcy, Or Anything Itlse Sold in the A'stahlixhrnent, 1 Will receive —A — Railroad TICKET | THAT WILL TAKE HIM HOME | ! FREE of CHARGE. | We make this offer in good faith, and heft our friends will avail themselves of this opportunity. All Goods Marked in Plain Figures, and sold at the very lowest prices! Cloaks, Dolmans ami 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. GLADKE, Staunton...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 7 May 1884

r ' " ’ ■— : —*■ ' ‘— DON’T YOU TEUX. If you have a cherished secret, Don't you toll, ~ Yriind—for lis tympanum 1 »Yld» ike cohoes, end* rebounding. Multiplied and far resounding, Don’t you toll. If ronreelf you cannot keep It, Then who can? ** JfM you more expect of any Other man? Yeft you put him, If he tells it— If he gives away or sells it— Under ban. Bell your gams to any buyer In the mart; Of your wealth to reed the hungry Spare a part, Blessings on the open pocket. But your secret—keep it, lock It In your heart. —Hiawatha Herald. CROOK’S FERRY. This particular old ferry was run across the Sabine river about forty miles from its mouth, and the ferryman’s house stood on the‘Texas side. This was during the “late unpleasantness” between the States. It may be there to this day, but of that the writer cannot speak witlx any degree of certainty. Sara Crook was the name of the ferryman ; and Sara Crook had a very pretty daughter, aged seventeen, whose name was Irene, and whose everyd...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 7 May 1884

SEEKING FIFTY VICTIMS. TKETJBRRZBI.R ORIRB3 OF THS B3PIXTOSAS IN COLOR AD The mj’M'erloiitt M'wderi Which Canned a deign of Terror in the mining Camps. A bronzed miner told a Red Rock Ridge (Col.) correspondent of the Now York Times the following extraordinary story: In 1803 the settlement of Colorado was but four years old. The gold excitement had brought into the Territory, however, a large, hardy, and peculiar population. Denver (Auraria us it was originally called from the discovery of auriferous deposits in that neighborhood) was but a small cluster of shanties and tents set up for ternpoiary occupancy. Aside from this there were but few towns, save in Southern Colorado, where the Mexican element had drifted and established insignificant settlements which could boast of little beside a name. Fresh discoveries of gold were being made, however, and Russell Gulch was fast developing what subsequently became an important mining center at Central, Black Hawk, and adjacent points. A ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 7 May 1884

M IKS P.a.BTI'. •M.’tM. ii lino every in -fit i.>n. GKKENVIM.K. l<i<}ii<iri« j!nd I'is.iri, Junior- Steele, tlio »!il rolls Me. r .V E!?o«vJ. If you want a vuriet v of gu,>d drinks, go t> the Myers Hd’upe. ! !eTA I’.VI'O.N’. W all l*«poi‘.*w.V WiiiiJou Wiiados, B. M. Jamison, j('.> Main •-(. B'io'biit»‘i Q'n;]ortii2tliig;'. S. M. Willu !«, ;j() Main street. Cotton & LlcCii", 1.‘!2 M tin street. Jlts-y (jootlsi. F. M. Young. next to Valley Bank, filrooeriew si s«ii ’s'olkieeo. P. E. Wilson, opposite Courthouse. FIp»1-(.‘!:ins KnJoons. T. J. Crowder, ’-5 & 27 New street. Jewelet% P. A.Mix,Watch maker and Jeweler, Main st. iirMjK, Dr. N. Wayt & Pro., 22 West Main street, wholesale and retail. Tyree, Martin & Logan, Wholesale Druggists and jobbers of Tobacco ami Cigars. ’ Dr. Carter Berkeley k Co., Druggists, 21 Main street. Oldest drug store in town. Malaria in a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 14 May 1884

4 4 CALL AND S: « ►» c v >s S b a c a « m I *2 « I i Is : M n% GREENVILLE'-^BANNEE. FIFTY CENTS A YEAR. VOL. II THE BANNER. WedneNday, Way 14. PERSONALITIES. W. A. Wilson visited our town Sunday. Mr. H. C. Palmer left Thursday night for Baltimore. Miss Bert Palmer, of Staunton, was in town Sunday. Mrs. Selby’s parents, from Rockbridge Baths, spent Sunday here. M. M. Dull, near town, has been attending U. S. Court at Harrisonburg. Mr. J. S. Hinkle visited Bridgewater, the prettiest town in the Valley, Friday. Col. O’Ferrall has been seated * in the contested House of Representatives chair. Miss Linthicum, of Botetourt co., is teaching in the family of Mr. J. Brooks, on the river. Capt. Morton, formerly with the “Vindicator,” now gen’l agent of the Staunton Life Association, was in town Tuesday and “wrote up” a number of our citizens. TOWN TOPICS. Rain Saturday night. Straw hats are trumps. “Taters and ingins” up. Cool mornings and evenings. Not far off—the town election. H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 14 May 1884

IT STII.Ii WAVES. GREENVILLE BAZETZEsTBIR, ESTABLISHED JUNE 9, 1882. Published Every Wednesday Morning — AT — Greenville, Augusta County, Va. J. B. BUR WELL, Editor and Owner. Office in the Banner Building, Main Street. Entered at the Fostoffice at Greenville, Va., as second-class matter. ADTERTMINQ KATUN s One inch one time if 50 One inch two times 75 One inch one year 5 00 The Train. Hark! It comes! It hums! With ear to ground I catch the sound, The warning, courier-roar That runs along before. The pulsing, struggling now is clearer! The hillsides echo “Nearer, nearer,” Till, like a drove of rushing, frightened cattle, With dust and wind and clang and shriek and rattle, Passes the Cyclops of the train! I see a fair face at a pane,— Like a piano-string The rails, unburdened, sing; The white smoke flics Up to the skies; The sound Is drowned— Hark! Printed in this paper by special arrangement with the author. SEALED UNTO HIM.* A Story of the Early Days of Monuonism. By JOAQUIN! NIIUU...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 14 May 1884

with great effort got in and lay down. lie was evidently very ill, and my father took me by the hand and went to sec him at once. As we came up he reached out his great bony hand, and as it rell into father’s two hands, he said, “I made my barrow-bed like a coffin, sir, because—because I have had a grievous disappointment, and tear it may be that I have done wrong in my day. The Monks of Rome sleep in their coffins for penance, sir. lam doing penance. And then, you see, it keeps idlers away, and gives me time to think and to read books. Books are bread—bread lor body and soul, sir. Sit down, and when I have a little strength I will read you from the holy book of Mormon, sir.” [Continued in our next.] Language of Postage Stamps. It seems that postage stamps, as well as flowers, have a language. Thus, when a postage stamp has been placed upside down on the left corner of the letter, it means “I love you;” in the same crosswise, “My heart is another's;” straight up and down, “Good-bye,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 14 May 1884

muE'^viu W kdnfsdavs — 50 etm al’cnr — in auvance J. n. BUR WELL, Eiutou anu Owner. The editor in not responsible for the entertained or expressed views of writers. Items of News. The Fair to be held in Richmond, Va., beginning today, will be held in the Arsenal Building, and will be an interesting industrial exhibition. The articles contributed from various sections are already largely in excess of the expectations of the promoters of the enterprise, both in number and value. The body of Capt. Jonn P. Wilson, of Milton, Del., was found on Monday week drifting astern of his vessel, off Chincoteague, Va., with a line made fast to the craft securely tied around his ankle. It is supposed he committed suicide during the previous night and had made his body fast that it might be recovered and given a burial. The deceased is the father of Revs. J. A. B. and W. W. W. Wilson, of the Wilmington M. E. Conference. “Mrs. Harrison Reed, a most estimable lady, living near AVaughtown, N. C., was m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 21 May 1884

4 4 g * i 2 §<! a * ' a 2 «i « * * i | a j. 3 ij-; _s_9 I GREENYILLE V^BANNER. FIFTY CENTS A YEAH. VOL. II THE BANNER. WedneMliiy, Way Sold. —J. W. Almarode has sold his residence here to Rev. W. Y. Abraham, of Duncan & Co. Mr. A. has not decided whether he will remain here, though we hope he will. Bio Indeed. —When in Staunton u few days ago we visited the grand double store ot C. A. Gladke, where there is an immense stock of dry goods and millinery,and everything is sold at very low figures, as buyers at this house know. Sad Death.— Miss Ella, daughter of Dr. McClung, of Fairfield, Rockbridge county, died very suddenly Friday evening from apoplexy. A few minutes before her death she had returned from a walk over to the Valley R. R. On Sunday her remains were interred. Y. M. 0. A.—Wm. Moomau led Sunday evening. Prayers by Chas. Fitch and M. Johnson. Remarks by the same and S. F. and Frank Pilson. Leader next time, W. H. Peyton; lesson, John 10. For assistants...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 21 May 1884

IT STILL WAVES. g*- ■ »*.■ . . ■■ ' ■— —-* GREENVILLE IBAIETIETIEIR, ESTABLISHED JUNE 9, 1882. Published Every Wednesday Morning —AT— Greenville, Augusta County, Va. J. B. BUB WELL, Editor and Owner. Office in the Banner Building, Main Street. Entered at the Postoffioe at Greenville, Va., as second-class matter. Subscription llsitc* and Xcrmss 12 month*, 50c. ti mouths, .‘loc, in Augusta county; out of county, 12 mo’s, 00c, ti mo’s, 35c. No Honey, Banner! Advertising Males and Terms: 1 wk 4 wks 3 iiKiß ti mos 12 mos 1 Inch, SSO | 1 $15052 50 $ 4 2 inches, 75 150 250 4 6 !1 inches, 1 250 4 6 750 4>£ “ 125 350 5 7 12 9 inches, 250 7 10 13 23 ISincbes, 5 13 20 2S 48 Transient ads payable in advance. Ads fortiori 2 months quarterly in advance. Foreign ads cash in advance. No cuts, immoral or fraudulent ads taken. Reading notices 5 cents a line each time. Short announcements for office 50, cash. Professional cards $2 a year, cash. Positively no deviation from the above. A Mode...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 21 May 1884

black sea <»5 death are hidden entirely. The ploughed lands have w ashed into the lake, and its pores and outlets have been choked up. Away tot he south side of the lake last year I rowed my boat over miles and miles offences that had been swallovr<%up by the rising waters. The Public Railroad Company attempted to build close to the border ot this lake on the north side at first. The gradually rising water drove it to the hills. As our little train began to stretch out and start with its creaking wagons on down around the white rim of the great lake to the West, in the gorgeous moonlight, We felt sure that we should not be followed by that haunting and horrid specter that had so long pushed its black shape silently after us. We drew out upon the broad, white salt border, and began to strike aw ay toward the west. He Was not with us, thank Heaven! Every one there took in a long breath, and felt better, freer for weeks, months. Other trains had not broken camp. A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 21 May 1884

W K.nxiHti \ vs—KOclw nYenr —in Advance I J. ||. nLßWfilit., Editor and Owndr. The editor in sot RESHINMttLK for the entertained or expressed views of Writer*. Items of News. All the crops in Florida are in a promising condition. Hon. John S. Barbour will go to Chicago in his private car. The police of Portsmouth have | organized a base-ball club. A large and handsome hotel is 1 to be erected at Monticello, Fla. Several families ofGermans have recently settled near Minden, La. Florida will be creditably represented at the New Orleans exposition. One man at Cedar Keys, Fla.. | has 16 boats engaged in turtle fishing. A State tournament for cojored firemen will be held at Griffin, Ga., J uly 2. The late A. D. Williams, of Richmond, left an estate aggregating $300,000. Building associations are becoming popular in enterprising South Carolina towns. Miss Martha Threlkeld died suddenly Sunday week in church at Brandy Station. Okalona, Miss., has organized a cotton compress company, with a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 28 May 1884

4 4 i *z 9 * 11 I * fc 3 t* 9 I * * * GREENYILLE”^BANNER. FIFTY CENTS A YEAR VOL. II THE BANNER. Wednesday, Nl«y BS. Why Not?— Why has the furniture and undertaking man not put in appearance here? A good house of this kind is needed here. Mite Society.—A mceling of the Mite Society will be held at the parsonage this (Wednesday) afternoon at 3. By order of Miss Mamie Ott, President, Rain and Hail Again. —Friday afternoon we had a hard rain here, and hail fell in large-sized stones. Rain also descended Thursday and Saturday evenings, Sunday night and Monday. Y. M. 0. A.—J. 0. Armentrout led Sunday evening. Prayers by O. H. Kennedy and M. Johnson. Pres’t Harwell reported progress of Pines school. Leader next, R. H. Palmer; lesson, John 11. Another Death. —Sunday evening Miss Margaret Burch died at her home in this town, after an illness of a few weeks from consunip tion, in her 65th year. A sister survives her. Interred at Bethel Monday. Two to One. —The Waynesboro “Messenger,” which w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 28 May 1884

IT STILL WAVES, GREENVILLE BAIsTUER ESTABLISHED JUNE 9, 1882. Published Every Wednesday Morning —AT— Greenville, Augusta County, Va. J. B. BURWELL, Editor and Owner. Office in the Banner Building, Main Street. Entered at the PostofDee at Greenville, Va., as second-class matter. Knl>N<‘i*i|>t!on Hales and Terms! I‘J mouths. iiOe, (! months, 30c. in Aujfusta count v; out of county. 1~ mo's, <!()c, fi mo s. 35e. Ao Money. >o Bnnaer! tdvertlslug Hales siutS Ternis: J \vk 4 wks Hums fi mos Hums I inch, $ .70 .■)< I 1 .>0 $ '! .>0 $ 4 '! inches, 7"> I .70 ~ .71) 4 0 3 inches, I i 1.70 4 (! 7 .70 fly “ I .7(1 4 fi 8 1.7 !l inches, It .70 (i 8 la 40 ISiuches, 4 8 1.7 30 50 Transient ads payable in advance. Ads fortiori'2 months quarterly in advance. Foreign ads cash in advance. Vo cuts, immoral or fraudulent ads taken. Heading notices .7 cents a line each time. Short announcements for office $...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 28 May 1884

a* they leaned from their saddles. She seemed choking, aiul could hardly breathe. The world was passing away. Her head sank on her breast. She was silently waiting to die. [Contiuucd in our ;ic\(.j A Wonder. A llower has been discovered in South America which, it is stated, is only visible when the wind is blowing. The shrub belongs to the cactus family, and is about three feet high, with a crook at top, giving it (he, appearance ot a black hickory cane. When (ho wind blows a number of beautiful (lowers protrude from little lumps on the stalk. Feminine Fancies. A woman would be in dispair if nature had formed her as fashion makes her appear. Friends, beware of fair maidens! when their tenderness begins, our servitude is near. A woman set on anything will walk right through the morals crockery without wincing. Trust not a women when she weeps, for it is her nature weep, when she wants her way. A beautiful woman is a practical poem, planting tenderness, hope and eloquence in all whom ...

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