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

Gm HEAT EXCITEMENT la Staunton! I tat Mint la Staunton! 1 (xLAI)KE l % I il K! k !P bp Fib JEIE, It is really astonishing to see the bargains that are now offered. 10 eases Ladies’ Hats at 10 cents each! Handsome (iinghams 5c a yard! Half-wool Cashmeres at 12c a yard; worth 20c! I‘aru- , sols 10c each; worth 2.')c! Bleach and brown I Cotton 5c a yard, and many other bargains j too numerous to mention! Black Silk 75c, $1 00. $1 25, $1 50, fl 75. $2 IK) a yard! This is the largest and most 1 complete stock of Black Silks ever seen in Staunton! Summer Silks at 45c; sold elsewhere at 65c! Handsome Sateens at 15c pciyard; sold in the early spring at 25c! We are agents for Dr. Warner’s celebraBkl Corsets and have a full stock on hand at K.-, 75c, *1 00, $1 25. $1 50 and $2 (Ml! This all of his best makes! The $1 00 Hip D. is the favorite, anil we offer to any lady who can break one of the hip! give away railroad ticket- as ben - having round trip tickets the amount of fare from their and ...

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

4 4 CALL AND SEE - GEORGE PFORR, THE LEADING TOBACCONIST, 20 MAIN STREET, STAPNToN, VA. 1 i t * S S!* m a k m x t* » IT i a m S ft, * GREENYILLE”^BAKNEE. FIFTY CENTS A YEAR. 11. YOL.I THE BANNER. WedueMiay, AugiiNl 13. Hard Times; Offer. We will give an elegant steel engraving—--30x40 inches, ready far framing—entitled “Nobody Axed You, Sir,” the price of which is sls, to the party sending the largest number of cash subscriptions to the Banner by September Ist, provided the number exceeds 10. Price only 50 cents a year; out. of county, CO cents. Specimen copies furnished. Name of winner published. Now’ to work! Look.— Old papers, excellent lor wrapping purposes, for sale at this office. Price 25 cents per 100. Picnics.— At Old Providence a picnic was held last Saturday. A picnic at Fairfield August 23. Picnic at Greenville tomorrow. Y. M. C. A. Business.— A meeting to transact business was held Saturday evening, but the attendance being very small it was decided to postpone the work...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 13 August 1884

IT STILL WAVES. GREENVILLE BANKER, ESTABLISHED JUNE 9. 1882. Published Every Wednesday Morning — AT — Greenville, Augusta County, Va. J. B. BUIIWELL, Editor and Owner. SSiiles smd Tenns: Imonths. .Vic. (I mnntlis, Vic. in Anpns--lii county: out of county. I 2 mo’s, (50c. ft mo's, .’i.lc. Ao tloiicy, \o ISiinsier! .Idvcrtisiiiy ISntcs si m 3 'iVrins: I \vk 4 wks d inns (5 mos 12mos 1 inch, .f oft $ 1 $ I VI . J r 2 5(1 $ 4 2 inciics, 75 1 oft 250 4 ft .’t indies, 1 2 oft 4 ft 8 4'., “ 1 oft 4 ft 8 15 !» inches, 2 oft ft 8 1.1 .’(ft 1 Hinclies. 4 8 15 ittl oft Transient mJs payable in advance. Ads for(iorl2 months i|iiarterly in mlvnnee. Heading notices 5 cents aline each time. Foreign ads cash in advance. Short announcements foroflicc $ I 5(1, cash. Professional cards $2 a year, cash. Positively no deviation from the above. My Friend. “He is my friend,” 1 said; “Be patient!” Overhead The skies were drear and dim, And, lo! the thought of him Smiled on my heart, and then The snn shone ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 13 August 1884

in poultry, pigs, and repairing linen. She did not moan over her fortunes, and tried to make her girls cheerful and happy, succeeding admirably until that terrible fellow “Love" appeared. Ouy Norman was packed off to the l Continent just as the dull winter clays set in. Ursula could not bear to think of Christmas, and hated helping to make plum pudding with a sore heart. She was so pitiful in appearance one day that Nora begged her to go for a walk, and not make the pudding! salt with tears! Glad to escape. Ursula hurried j out into the wintry road. Every- 1 I long looked dull and gray, and the girl, alter walking briskly for a: time, turned by a. side path into the garden of the deserted court. She wandered past the stately windows; then, with a natural inclination for everything as dismal as j herself, she resolved to explore the i old house. Fetching a key. she let henself in and paused a moment, startled by the echo of her own footfall in the weird silence; thenj she pressed bol...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 13 August 1884

Cl RE AT EXCITEMENT JT In Staunton! Great Miami la Staunton! GLADKE’S cost m m con Ml September hi. ORE AT BARGAINS Will be sold in Every Department. As the goods are going fast we advise our friends to come early and secure them! Our aim is to sell a great many goods between this and Ist September, to make room for our coming F- A-L-L—S-T-O-C-K! We have already placed our orders for many Fall and Winter Goods, so wc will out as much of the stock now on hand Es possible, even if we have to lose money some of them. miss this Chance. but Come! eIsIm'SHLH K' vc railroad tickets us lu - having round trip tickets the amount of fare from their C. A. (ILADKE. have ~> cases of those Ladies’, Children's lO<‘. Huts. Come ■■Vthcm. |Vp22,’ ’B3-y—A ug.l 3,’84. f D. LANCELL’S ■ ASTHMA CATARRH REMEDY. Having struggled 20 years between life and death with Awtlsma or I*hthl»lr, treated by eminent physicians, and receiving no benefit, I was compelled during the last five years o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 20 August 1884

4 4 CALL AND SEE GEORGE PFORR, THE LEADING TOBACCONIST, 2O .MAIN STREET, STAUNTON, VA. 4 4 t i ga - © »• • t B « 5 I I a t, m ST i if * T $ GREENYILLE^^BANNER. FIFTY CENTS A YEAR. VOL 111 THE BANNER. WednexMluy, Auriim* 30. 1 i V Hard Times Offer. Wo will give an elegant steel engraving— Box4o inches, ready for framing—entitled “Nobody Axed You, Sir,” the price of which is sls, to the party sending the largest number of cash subscriptions to the Banner by September Ist, provided the number exceeds 10. Price only 50 cents a year; out of county, SO cents. Specimen copies furnished. Name of winner published. Now to work! Look.—Old papers, excellent for wrapping purposes, for sale at this office. Price 25 cents per 100. The College to Attend. —Those who expect to attend college, either to obtain a business or literary course of instruction, would be benefitted by sending for a circular to the renowned Commercial College of Kentucky University. Wilbur R. Smith, President, Lexington, Kj r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 20 August 1884

IT STIU. WAVES. GREENVILLE BAITITER ESTABLISHED JOSE 9, 18& Published Every WeJnesday Morning — at — Greenville, Augusta County, Va. J. B. BUR WELL, Editor and Owner. Subscription Kates and Tornwt I 2 moutlis. 50c, •> mouths, title, in Augusta conntv: out of county. I’- mo’s, title, t! mo’s, 3,")c. .>« tloncy. .'Vo Manner! Adverlklng Mates and Term-** Ink 4 wks 3 inos (! mos 12mos 1 inch, SSO $ 1 $ 1 .10 * 2 -Kl * t 2 inches, 75 150 2 .>0 4 ti 3 inches, 1 250 4 <i 4 1 A “ 150 4 f> » 15 !1 inches, 250 (! N I•> 30 IHinches, 8 1.) 30 .»(! Transient ads payable in advance. Ads fortiori 2 months quarterly in advance. Reading notices 5 cents a line each time. Foreign ads cash in advance. Short announcements for office $ I .10, cash. Professional cards $2 a year. cash. Positively no deviation from the above. Brilliants. Build flieo more stately mansions, 0 inysonl! As the swift seasons roll. Leave thy low-vaulted...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 20 August 1884

“Going to put that wine colored satin on the shad or the ham?" howled Mr. Spoopendyke. who had a man’s idea that a dinner is not a dinner until it is roasted. ‘•Think I brought that man here at six o’clock in the afternoon to take breakfast? Got some kind of a notion that cold fish, raw ham. wormy lettuce, green strawberries and a fried cow are going to satisfy the cravings ot a man who has just won a bet ot a dinner on—,” but here Mr. Spoopendyke stopped short. The last revelation was unintentional. “Was it a bet. dear?'’ asked Mrs, Spoopendyke, opening her eyes in astonishment. “If I had known that and you had given me time, I would have had a nice supper for you. I rnally think—” “That settles it,” squealed Mr. Spoopendyke, mad at himself for what he had divulged and angrier still as he must explain to Spccklewottle how he was fixed. “When you commence to think the free list is entirely suspended ; —some day when I catch you thinking I am going to drive a spigot in your head and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 20 August 1884

Great excitement In Staunton! Ural Meneit Id Uodl GLADKE’S m is will mi Until September Ist. GREAT BARGAINS Will be sold in Every Department. As the goods are going fast we advise our friends to come early and secure them! Our aim is to sell a groat many goods between this and Ist September, to make room for our coming -A-L-L—S-T-O-C-K! a Wc have already placed our orders for many and Winter Goods, so we will out as much of the stock now on hand possible, even if we have to lose money some of them. miss f/tis Chance , but Come! give away railroad tickets as hehaving round trip tickets the amount of fare from their C. A. GLADKE. Hs.—Wc have 5 cases of those Ladies’, and Children’s lOr. Hals. Come them. f sep22,’B3-y—Aug.l3,’B4. D. LANCELL’S (SB ASTHMA AND MBoatarrh IflH REMEDY. Having struggled 20 years between lile and death with Asthma or Phthlnlc, treated by eminent physicians, and receiving no benefit, I was compelled during the last five years of my illness to sit on my chair da...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 27 August 1884

4 4 CALL AMD SEE GEORGE PFORII, THE LEADING TUB ACCOM IST, 29 MAIN STREET, STA IN TON, VA. —, 4 4 tit £ e a ■* S'® ► r -a « B •- s * i at 2 ££ U S GREEN ANNER. FIFTY CENTS A YEAR, VOL. 111. THE BANNER. WedneMlay, AuguM 87. 1 % r - Hard Times Otter. We will give an elegant steel engraving—--30x40 inches, ready far framing—entitled “Nobody Axed You, Sir.” (lie price of which is sls, to the party sending the largest number of cash subscriptions to the Banner by September Ist, provided the number exceeds 10. Price only 50 cents a year; out of county, 4!0 cents. Specimen copies furnished. Name of winner published. Now to work! Look.— Old papers, excellent for wrapping purposes, for sale at this •office. Price 25 cents per 100. Blaine Busted. — C. A. Richardson, a Staunton lawyer, has made a life size bust of the Republican nominee for the Presidency. Speaking. —Hon. J. B. Tucker is <o address the people of Greenville on next Saturday at 2:30 p. m. Ladies included in the genera...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 27 August 1884

IT STIIiIi WAVES. GREENVILLE BAIsTUER ESTABLISHED JUNE 9, 1882. Published Every Wednesday Morning I — at — Greenville, Augusta County, Va. J. B. BURWELL, Editor and Owner. Itules :m«l Terms: 1:2 months. 50c, (! months, 30c, in Aiifrusta countv: out of county. 1:2 mo’s. fiftc. (I mo s, :(se. .No Money, No llmißcr! AdvtM'tisins IliiteH ami Tcriiis: 1 wk 4 wks 3 mos fi mos l‘2mos 1 inch, ssoif I slsoif■> 50 $ I :2 inches, 75 150 i 2 50 4 0 .‘1 inches, 1 :2 50 4 •> 4'.j “ 150 4 0 H 15 1) inches, !2 50 I! S !•> 40 ISinches, 4 8 15 30 50 Transient atls payable in advance. Ads for(iorl:2 months quarterly in advance. Heading notices 5 cents a line each time. Foreign ads cash in advance. Short announcements for office if I .>O. cash. Professional cards !f:2 a year, cash. Positively no deviation from the above. Poor Fellow. A few stray folds of satin and lace Fell lightly over your knee, As she sat by your side, a marvel of grace, That everyone turn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 27 August 1884

over. I salute you amicably, Cksaiuk Pivot. Private second class in the twentythird regiment of the line. The letter was dated three weeks previously. She did not cry. She remained motionless, so overwhelmed, so stupefied by the blow, that she did not at once feel the pain ot it. She thought only: “There’s Victor killed, now!” Then, little by little, the tears slowly rose to her eyes, and the pang began to make itself at her heart. Fancies came to her, one after the other—frightful, torturing. Never could she kiss her child again—her only child, her great tall son!—never! The gendarmes had killed her father, the poacher; now the Prussians had killed her son. He had been cut in two by a cannon ball. And it seemed to her she could see the thing—the whole horrible thing; the head falling off, with eyes wide open, and his teeth still gnawing the corners of his thick moustache, as he was wont to do in his hours of anger. And after, what had they done with his body? If (hey had even given...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 27 August 1884

p RE AT EXCITEMENT VI In Staunton! I Great Usual Is Slamta! GLADKE’S | COST m WILL CONTINUE Uatil Cepteiber GREAT BARGAINS Will be sold in Every Department. As the goods are going fast we advise our friends to come early and secure them! Our aim is to sell a great many goods between this and Ist September, to make room for our coming -A-L-L—S-T-O-C-K! We have already placed our orders for many and Winter Goods so we will tclear out as much of the stock now on hand ks possible, even if we have to lose money Ron some of them. * ft miss (his Chance , hut Come! still give away railroad tickets as beParties having round trip ticket's the amount of fare from their ' Aes! W C. A.GLADKE. S-—We have 5 cases of those Ladies’, and Children’s lOe. Ilul*. Come get them. sep22,’B3-y—Aug. 13,’84. D. LANCELL’S ■ ASTHMA CATARRH REMEDY. Having struggled 20 years between life and death with Asthma or l*li < liisie, treated by eminent physicians, and receiving no benefit, I was compelled dur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 3 September 1884

4 4 —* CALL AND SEE GEORGE PFORR, ~ THE LEADING TOBACCONIST, —2O MAIN STREET, STAPNTON, VA. I 1 S~ i ' a a * 8 9 t 5 a * * It- % 1.2 * jj a chi GREEN ANN ER. FIFTY CENTS A YEAH. VOL. 111. THE BANNER. WednrMla.t . September !*. Look. — Old papers, excellent for wrapping purposes, for sale at this office. Price 25 cents per 100. »»#< 4 Who?—Who will first occupy a berth in the jail? Who says Greenville is not on the rapid improve? Who is tlie young lady owner of tlie fair head that a few days ago was seen on the knees of a young gentleman at Cold Spring? “U.-S. Democrat.” —We hereby acknowledge the receipt of a copy of (he second number of the “United States Democrat,” edited by the well-known Mark M. (“Brick”) Pomeroy. It is a splendid 8-page sheet, chuck full of interesting matter, a goodly part o! which is original, and gives a large cartoon each week. Price only $2 a year, or 50 cents for the campaign, thirteen issues. An agent is wanted in every low it. We advise all w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 3 September 1884

IT STILZ. WAVES. GREENVILLE <1 Ml ■ ESTABLISHED JUNE 9, 1882. Published Every Wednesday Morning —AT — Greenville, Augusta County, Va. J. B. BURWELL, Editor and Owner. Miil>seri|)tion Itsiles mid ’lVrius: I:2 months. ,1( 10. (i months, HOc. in Augustii count v: out of county. I:2 mo’s, (iOc. (I mo's. It.le. .No .llvney. No Haulier! Advertising Itiiles and Terawt I wk 4 wks It inns (i mos I’Jmos 1 inch, if .'.(I if I $1 .‘.(I if :2 .10 * 4 ■I inches, 7.1 1 .10 ?2.10 4 0 li inches, I ' 2.10 4 0 4'., “ I .10 4 0 K 1.1 !) inches, '2.10 (! H 1.1 ISO 1 Finches, 4 H 1.1 l!0 .10 Transient mis payable in advance. Ads fortiori *2 months quarterly in advance. Heading notices .1 cents a line each time. Foreign ads cash in advance. Short an nouncemcnts for office if I .10, cash. Professional cards if*2 a year, cash. Positively no deviation from the above. Just Oho Littlo Song, Love. Conic sing that song 1 loved, love, When all life seemed one song; For I am stricken now, lov...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 3 September 1884

Seizing her charge, who was beginning to squirm, ‘mow I will see What is to be got out of your landlady.” Winking violently with first one eye and then the other, she started logo; then, with a sudnen solemnity. she reinserted her head in the doorway. ‘•lf I am summoned, it’s above all else. If I am called, I must go, day or night.” “Certainly,” said Tom, much puzzled, “but you won't be, Auntie!” As the young man walked abroad to get his dinner he felt impressed with an almost mysterious awe of the old nurse. “To think of living always with death grinning one in the face like that!” lie muttered. In the night Tom's dream of peace was again dispelled. Another knock at his door. “Am I under a ban? what's the matter now?” growled Tom, ••I am called, my summons has come!" said the voice ol Mrs. ITimmins. “Oh, the devil! go to bed. Hold | <on till morning,” cried Tom, lost to all sense of the importance of conciliating the nurse. In the morning Tom, who, hap-1 jpy fellow, alwa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 3 September 1884

t A UK XT EXCITEMENT VI 111 Staunton! I hi Eaatensnt Is Staunton! I (tLADKE’S I COST SALE WILL CONTINUE Until September Ist. GREAT BARGAINS Will he sold in Every Department. As (lie poods arc going fast wo advise our friends to come early and secure them! Our aim is to sell a great many poods between this and Ist September, to make room for our coming We have already placed our orders for many ■ :ilI uiul Winter so we will clear out as much of the stock now on hand as possible, even if wc have to lose money on some of them. WDotit miss this Chance, hut Come! still give away railroad tickets as beI’arlies having round trip tickets the amount ol' fare from their BH^^nes! —We have eases of those Ladies’, anil Children's I Or. Hill*. Come ||^Ep22,’B3-v-—Aug.l3,’B4. "D. LANCELL’S B ASTHMA CATARRH REMEDY. Having struggled 20 years between life and death with Agflimii or Phthisic, treated by eminent physicians, and receiving no benefit, I was compelled during the last five years of my illn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 10 September 1884

4 4 ~ CALL AND SEE GEORGE PFORR, THE LEADING TOBACCONIST, 2f» MA IN STREET, STA \’yvtr\ . VA . ' II 5 §* m a *s 5 S 1 at ■: M Ht w ■ * GREENY I 1 j ANN ER. FIFTY CENTS A YEAR. _ VOL 111 TIT E BANNER. Wednesday, Seplembur 10. Back to Augusta.—F. G Shultz and family, who have been living for two years at Cedar Grove, Rockbridge county, have returned home and will live at Mr. S. H. Burnett’s. Frank, having rented his mill, now proposes trying the life of a farmer and we hope he may be a successful one. Caught Again.—Several years ago a young man raised near here in the Fines, named Thos. Painter, stole a horse and some cattle and was taken, tried and sent to the penitentiary for almost three years. A few weeks since he returned to his old haunts, only to go wrong again. This time he took a horse from a colored man at Montebello, in the Blue Ridge and south of this place, and some goods from the store of Mr. Rawlings, at Vesuvius, lie rode the horse by the house of J. 11. B. Shultz, Esq...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 10 September 1884

IT STII.Ia WAVES. GREENVILLE ESTABLISHED JUNE 9, 1882. I’uljlished Every Wednesday Morning — at — Greenville, Augusta County, Va. Jf. B. BUR WELL, Editor and Owner. Miil»*<-rl]>tlon Kates and Terms! Ir* months. 50c. (! months. 50c, in Augusta countv: out of county. mo’s, title. (> mo s. XV. >o Money, -No llanncr! Advertising: Kales and Term*! 1 « k 4 wks 5 mos (i nms I*J mos 1 inch, SSO $ I |lso|•> 50 * 4 ti inches, 75 150 2 5(1 4 1 5 inches, 1 ’J 50 4 « « 4'., “ 150 4 <! s I-' !l inches, 50 (i S 1 5 50 I finches, 4 8 !•> *0 .>0 Transient ads payable in advance. Ada fortiori 2 months quarterly in advance. Heading notices 5 cents a line each time. | Foreign ads cash in advance. Short announcements for office $1 00, cash. , Professional cards sfri a year. cash. Positively no deviation from the above. Till My|Ship Comes In. I launched my boat, my little boat, With sails Qf gold and blue. Upon the se...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 10 September 1884

nah heard his groans and flew to him. “I’ve broken my leg; send for the doctor,” ho gasped. They got him into the house before the doctor came, lie groaning and writhing while they carried him. As they laid him on the lounge he said: “This is the end of me; I’m too old to be cured. Hannah, you will have it all your own way now. Ef you’d heard me when I fust called on you,this wouldn't have happened.” The doctor came and examined the broken limb. Then he looked puzzled, but soon a light came into his lace. “Your leg is broken, but it can be easily mended; it's the wooden one,” he said. Uncle Simon enjoyed being sick and having a fuss made over him, and he sent once some distance for a prominent physician who, after he had examined him, said solemnly: “You are full of idiosyncrasies.” “Full of what?” gasped Uncle Simon. “Idiosyncrasies. Medicine will not help you, so I needn’t waste any of it upon you.” “That’s the end of it, Hannah,” lie said when the doctor was gone. ■“I knew my cas...

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