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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 15 October 1884

/ t RE AT EXCITEMENT VI In Staunton! BARGAINS AT GLA! IKE’S Our Cost Sale is over; still we cry tlie Summer Goods Musi Go. We lire bound to sell them at any price. Splendid calicoes at I cents! All styles ginghams at 5 cents! Handsome sutteens at 15 cents, really worth doc! Summer Silks , all shades , at Jpte. We have a few more of those beautiful Leno Dress Goods worth 35 and 40 cents. We will sell choice of dO different styles for doe. Come and see them. Linen Lawns at a Great sacrifice. India Linen worth 40c we otter at die. It will pay anybody that wants goods to conic in and see our Goods and Prices! We have dO different colors of Julsard’a Best Bunting worth 30c which we will sell at It) cents! We are now receiving our -A-L-L—G-O-O-D-S, and must have more room, so come and take the goods away, and oblige. Respectfully, C. A. GLADKE. P. S.—We arc now displaying the handsomest line of samples representing all kinds of Carpet ever brought to this market. It is worth while to come...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 22 October 1884

44 CALL AND SEE GEORGE PFORR, THE LEADING TOBACCONIST, 2D MAIN STREET, STAUNTON, VA, 4 i t * * S ■ «2 *1 = 5 * | Z'm "" 4) # £ S.~ * s 2 • s i Z * i g gsreenyille^banner. OXK DOLLAR A YEAR. vol. in. Y. M. C. A.—Tims. Burwell led Sunday evening. Prayers were offered by the leader and Roh't Selby. Remarks by Clias. Fitch, Rev. Abraham, W. Abney and the leader. Leader for next lime, J. C. Armen) rout; lesson. 10(h chap. Acts. ■ »•«-* Married. —On the 10th. by Rev. 'G. T. I). Collins. Tims. 1.. Chrisman. 'of Augusta co., to Miss Sallie Ev■ans, of the Mint Spring vicinity, iformerly of Rockbridge. Oct. 2d, near Greenville, by Rev. A. Hamilton, Lorenzo Kesterson and Miss Adali'We 1 fonobo.. Lecture.—Under the auspices of It he'Christian Association Rev. R. Smithson, of Staunton, delivered a very interesting and instructive lecture at the church on Saturday night. 11 is subject was “The Great Conflict.” Quite a large number of our town and neighborhood people beard the lecture and were wel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 22 October 1884

IT STILT WAVES. l , f GREENVILLE ” BAisriETEiiß ; ESTABLISHED JUNE 9, 1882. J ~ : ~ I i Published Every Wednesday Morning i ' j —AT — Greenville, Augusta County, Ya. MnhirripUon Italea nnd Terms: SI,OO a Year; 6 Months, 60 ets. No Vlomey. No Banner! AdverliNiuK llnles andTermn: I « k 4 wits 5 mos (i mop 1-2 mop I inch, if oil $ I SISO $l2 .>0 $ 4 12 inchep, 75 150 12 50 4 1 inches, 1 ‘i ; >ll 4 41' “ 150 4 « H |» 9 inches, 12 50 <1 S 1•» -, 0 I Winches, 4 8 15 50 50 Transient ads payable in advance. Adp fortiori 3 months quarterly in advance. Heading notices 5 cents a line each time. Foreign ads cash in advance. Short announcements for office $1 .<O. cash. Profepsional cards si2 a year. cash. Positively no deviation from the above. Crossing the Bridge. Across the rustic bridge wo walked, With dalliance sweet, my love and I, And lingered idly as we talked Of things to happen—by-und-by. The brooklet babbled underneath. The ripples danced upo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 22 October 1884

“As I war a sayin’ the little Greek skreeched so that nobody couldn’t hear nothin’ tell the executive officer told him to stow it or he’d chuck him overboard. Then I hears the bo’sen call all hands and I runs for’d and takes my place. Well, sir, to make a short story of it, they searched that ship fore and aft, ’cepin’ the cabin, in course. They even went aloft and looked under the tarpaulins in the tops, but nary a jug could they find, cause nobody didn’t think of lookin’ in the water for what had been lost inboard, and the little Greek he tuk his departure and refused to be consoled, and all this time he war so excited that he could nothin’ of what he’d lost, only that it was a jug. Lordy, if I’d a know’d what war in that jug! “About eight bells that night the old man comes off in his gig, and in ten minutes we hears the bo’sen callin’ all hands up anchor, and before we gets the topsails on her the word comes for d that we’d got orders to report to the north Atlantic squadron what...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 22 October 1884

/ 1 RK AT EXCITKM ENT \ f In Staunton! S?sal Unut !s Uni HAKGMSS AT GLAD K E’S Ot*r Cost Silk' is over; still we cry the Summer Good a Jlast Go. Wo are hound to sell them at any price. Splendid calicoes at 4 cents! All styles ginghams at .j cents! Handsome, satteens at Icents, really worth ‘2.>c! Summer Silks, fill shades, at JfJc . We have a few more of those beautilul Lcno Dress Goods worth 35 and 40 cents. W e will sell choice of £0 different styles tor 25c. Come and sec them. Linen Z awns at a Great sacrifice. India Linen worth 40c we offer at tile. It will pay anybody that wants goods to come in and see our Goods and I’riccs! We have :20 different colors of Jnlsard’s Best Hunting worth 30c which we will sell at 10 cents! We are now receiving our -A-L-L—G-O-O-D-S, and must have more room, so come and take the goods away, and oblige. Respectfully, C. A.GLADKE. I’. S.—We arc now displaying the handsomest line of samples representing all kinds of Carpet ever brought to t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 29 October 1884

4 4 ~ CALL AND SEE GEORGE PFORR, TILE LEADING TOBACCONIST, - 2') MAIN STREET, STAI NTON, VA. I f i) » c a b -® 3 ® ► S’* « a *2 1 * 5 as. • j « ■5 I 1 ~ hi GREENYILLE^^BANNEB. ONK DOLLAR A YKAH. VOL. 111. Greenville Hotel.— Last week Mr. J. J. Bowling, oi Rockbridge county, arrived and took charge of the house named above. The new proprietor has reiurnished and refitted the hotel and can offer to all good accommodations. We welcome Mr. Bowling and family and hope the people may patronize the house liberally. For the outgoing proprietor, S. Myers, Esq., we can say that he lias been a very good landlord, and, we are glad to know, has decided to locate permanently with us. Items, —Thos. J. Glendy, of Bath county, died a few days ago from injuries received by being thrown from a horse. The Biedler heirs have sold for SIO,OOO “Page View,” near Luray. j Liberty, in Bedford county, had i a big lire recently,3s houses being! destroyed. We learn that das. E. A. Gibbs, Esq., is building anoth...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 29 October 1884

IT STILL WAVES, j GREENVILLE BA-ZEnsTBIR, ESTABLISHED JUNE 9, 1832. Published Every Wednesday Morning —AT— Greenville, Augusta County, Va. Kiihs(Ti|)tioii £l:ik'os 3im! Torino: SI.OO n Year; (> Months, 00 cts. Money, .No Itniinerl t«l vertiNiusr BCsites s«n«l Ternix! I wk 4 wks :i mos (linos I Chios I inch, $ .70 if I 1 .»<> >f '- •>() if I ‘i inches. 75 1 .70 Jj .70 I •> .‘1 inches. I C .70 i 0 41., “ 1 .70 4 (i H 1.7 !> inches, C .70 (! H 1.» 40 ISinches, 4 8 1.7 40 .>0 Transient mis payable in advance. Ads for (iorlS months quarterly in advance. Heading notices .7 cents a line each time. Foreign ads cash in advance. Short announcements for office $1 .70, gash. Professional cards if:i a year, cash. Positively no deviation from the above. A (Question. Joy comes and goes; hope ebbs and flows Like the wave; Change does unknit the tranquil strength of men. Love lends life a little grace, A few sad ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 29 October 1884

in a tender, caressing w ay, which i he could not have imitated if his soul had depended upon it. “They are very delicate,” she continued. “Only last week I spent several days nursing one whose leg was' broken, and it required all my love; and care to make him well again. Poor little thing—how much he suffered!” A suspicious moisture dimmed the brightness of her eye. A wild desire to he a chicken seemed suddenly to possess him, but with senatorial dignity he repressed the expression of it. “There is only one thing,” continued this butterfly of fashion,! with a new, strange color upon its wings, “that I like better, and that is little ducks; so soft, so like round, yellow balls, and when they walk! they waddle just like a—just like a duck.' 1 “Yes,” he assented, “just like a , 'duck.” ••Then when you feed them, and they climb on your feet and hands, and arc so gentle, isn’t it lovely?’ “1 suppose so,” he said. “But, to confess the truth,” he added, meekly, “it has been such a long wh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 29 October 1884

/ TREAT EXCITEMENT V T In Staunton! Sbt Uni It Uni! BARGAINS A T GLADKE’S Our Cost Sale is over; still We cry the Summer Goods Must Go. We are bound to sell them at any price. Splendid calicoes at 4 cents! All styles ginghams at 5 cents! Handsome satteens at 15 cents, really worth 25c! Summer Silks , all shades , at 4Jc. We have a few more of those beautiful Lcno Dress Goods worth 35 and 40 cents. We will sell choice of 20 different styles for 25c. Come and sec them. Linen Lawns at a Great sacrifice. India Linen worth 40c we offer at 21c. It will pay anybody that wants goods to come in and sec our Goods and Prices! We have 20 different colors of Julsard’s Best Bunting worth 30c which wc will sell at 10 cents! Wc arc now receiving our -A-L-L—G-O-O-D-S, and must have more room, so come and take the goods away, and oblige. Respectfully, C. A. GLADKE. P. S.—We are now displaying the handsomest line of samples representing all kinds of Carpet ever brought to this market. It is worth whil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 5 November 1884

4 4 CALL AND SEE (,EI>RGE PFoRR, THE LEADING GREENYILLB^BANNISi • i* ill Isa ■■ » •“ 5 * S. a “ « 5 *S - S tm “ • • * ONK DOLLAR A YEAR. VOL. 111. Cleveland’s Autograph. We have the honor of being the proud possessor of Gov. Cleveland’s autograph—that of our beloved President, we hope. Y. M. C. A.—Win. Brownlee led Sunday evening. Prayers by leader and M. Johnson. Remarks by C.W. Fitch, Frank Pilson and Thos. Burwell. Leader next Sunday, public day, Thomas Burwell; lesson, 12th chapter Acts. Hogs Dying. —A couple of our townsmen have lost hogs in the last few days from what we suppose is hog cholera. We advise all having fat hogs to butcher them, as they may be saved the trouble if they put it oil’. Marshal. —J. N. Mitchell, an old Democrat, turned over a few weeks ago and got the appointment of deputy marshal for this precinct. Of course no such official was needled, and the people did not sanction it. This is (he work of the Rads, and not in accordance with law. Propert...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 5 November 1884

IT STILL WAVES. ■ - ■ GREENVILLE BA-ISTICEZEIEC ESTABLISHED JUNE 9, 1882. Published Ever)- Wednesday Morning — AT — Greenville, Augusta County, Va. Subscription liafcs and Tcmiis! SI.OO a Year; (> Months, 00 cts. No Money, No Btsmnei’! Idvertisiiig ICato* and 'l'erin*: 1 wk 4 wks 3 mos 0 luos Ignios 1 inch, if 50 if I if 150 if ;> 50 $ I H inches, 75 150 USO 4 •> 3 inches, 1 50 I (i 4>4 “ 1 50 4 0 S 15 !> inches, gSO (! S 15 30 ]Binchcs, 4 8 15 30 50 Transient ads payable in advance. Ads forGorlS months quarterly in advance. Reading notices 5 cents a line each time. Foreign ads cash in advance. Short announcements for office $1 50, cash. Professional cards if rg a year, cash. Positively no deviation from (lie above. How It Was Invented. Old Mother Hubbard Went to the cupboard To get her poor dog a bone; But when she got there The cupboard was bare, And so the poor dog had none. Stic was in a great stew To know what to do, For of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 5 November 1884

Bob prepared it. and the patient swallowed it. Ihe ellcC in stanffmeous. 1 lie stranger deciar i*d himself entirely relieved, and but for being cautioned by Hob against such rasimos, would have gotten up at once. OKI Chin was fistounded. but not convinced, • ••It’s temporary effect ol the Stimulant." be said; “when that passes off there will lie a relapse.” liut there was no relapse: and much to old Chin’s chagrin the stranger was up and able to travi 1 the next day. Boll's reputation was established from that time on. and old Chin's; began to wane. link -*d the latter found it convenient within a year to retire on the fortune he had al ready made. leaving the field clear to Bob. It was not till many years after ward that it leaked out that Bob’s first patient was an old college chum of his own. with plenty of time and money on his hands, whose journey through Bolt's town and sudden illness there, and wonderful cure, were all parts of a con ceiled scheme between the two to | give Bo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 5 November 1884

. A REAT EXCITEMENT \ T • In Staunton! Swat Uiot Id Staunton! BARGAINS AT GLADKIYS Our Cost Sale is over; still we cry the Summer Goods Must Go. We are bound to sell them at any price. Splendid calicoes at 4 cents! All styles ginghams at 5 cents! Handsome satteens at 15 cents, really worth 25c! Summer Silks , all shades , at Ij3c. We have a few more of those beautiful Leno Dress Goods worth 35 and 40 cents. We will sell choice of 20 different styles for 25c. Come and see them. * Linen Lawns at a Great sacrifice. India Linen worth 40c we offer at 21c. It will pay anybody that wants goods to come in and sec our Goods and Prices! We have 20 different colors of Julsard’s Best Bunting worth 30c which we will sell at 10 cents! We arc now receiving our -A-L-L—G-O-O-D-S, and must have more room, so come and take the goods away, and oblige. Respectfully, C. A. GLADKE. P. S.—We are now displaying the handsomest line of samples representing all kinds of Carpet ever brought to this market. It i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 12 November 1884

g i i a a £ a 9 > - * ■a B <« 8 g S a s. : i,j ill One Doltllt" u Year. VOL 111. (Jo to W. N. Clemmer for thebest .t1i.50 boot. • *•*. ItiK-klcn** Ai'iiicu Nah e. The Best Salve in the world for Outs, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt lihcfiim, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chap ped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, find nil Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Files, or no pay Required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price cents per box. For sale by all druggists. For the best and cheapest hats or caps go to W.N.Clemmer, Staunton, Va. oct!s / 1 OOD LUCK TOBACCO STOR E! It V. I>. Hit AV. .1. 11. BI'UAVKLL. C. I). Bit AY & CO., Dealers in Tobacco, Cigars, Snuff, Smokers’ Articles Generally, and —STATION Eli Y. y Look! Wc ha vc opened in the new Banner building, Greenville, handsome slocks in llie nliiive lines. Everything sold at lower figures (Inin you have been accustomed to. We have but ONE price, and our terms CASH. Try ou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 12 November 1884

WANTED-A LITTLE GIRL. Where have they gone to—(he little girls, With natural manners and natural curls? Who love their dollies and like their toys, And talk of something besides the boys? Little old woir.cn in plenty I find. Mature in manners and old of mind; Little old flirts who talk of their “beaux” Aud vie with each other in stylish clothes. Little old.belles, who, at nine and ten, Are >4ck of pleasure and tired of men, Weary of travel, of balls, of fun— AiuVfiud no new thing under the sun. Or.oe, in the beautiful long ago, Some dear little children I used to know; Girls who were merry as lambs at play, And laughed and rollicked the livelong day. They thought not at all of the “stylo” of their clothes, They never imagined that boys were “beaux”— “Other girls’ brothers” and ‘•mates” were they; Splendid fellows to help them play. Where have they gone to? If you see One of them, anywhere, scud her to mo. I would give a medal of purest gold To one of those dear little gir...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 12 November 1884

CUT KITCHEN GARDENS. WIIKUK NEW YORK UETS ITN VEGETA UI.EH FUK THE DAY. The Fur merit’ lliilniabt IM«rke»-Froin the Track Parma oi l.ona lalaml »« the Fobbio nioiiea ot the City. (From the N. Y. Herald.] Just after supper time every evening during the summer and far into the autumn each one of the thousand truck farms in near New Jersey and Long Island sends forth a big market wagon loaded with its produce. An hour later the roads as far out as Flushing on the east and Paterson on tho west are filled w ith ionir lines of these vehicles slowly co verging toward one common point—N .tw York. By ten o'clock the advance guard reaches tho North and East rivers, and fiom then until one o’clock in the morning the Bridge and the ferry-boats are packed with heavily loaded vehicles, which when 01 ce they reach tho city go rumbling over tho stones until they gather in one great mass at the Farmers’ midnight market. Here, in Ihe streets near the junction of I) v and Washington, is to bo found on...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 12 November 1884

Fits, Epilepsy, or Fiag Sicks, %SH!m.Y n;iii;a» :*o IHJ.tIUUW—hv one Month’s usage of Dr. Goulard's Celebrated Infallible Fit Powders. To convince sufferers that these Powders will do all we claim for them we will send them by mail, post paid, a Free Trial Hex. As Dr. Goulard is the only Physician that has ever made this disease a special study, and as to our knowledge thousands have been permanently cured by the use of these Powders, we will guarantee a permanent cure in every ease, or refund you all money expended. All sufferers should give these Powders an early trial,and be convinced of their curative powers Price for large Pox, $3.00, or 4 Boxes for SIO.OO. Sent by mail to any part of the United States or Canada, on receipt of price, or by express C. O. D. Address— A Mlt A IColilii nw, novli-v] .'KiOFulton st., Brooklyn, N.Y. THE BOSS BAR! Crowder & Scheffer , At the well-known stand of TOM IB i: Kla P. Staunton, : Virginia, Offer to the public every inducement, and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 19 November 1884

5 • «• 111 i cfit. Twi advised he death, to lu the knee. in tolerable 4fc „' Knve wa y W mod* deiut* .< Hot sleep aL J year, she S •f* man’s I’KH.VW i , ls entirely heal* * fcaysshehai)* *l a »* three menthol fortythreey^ . Miss A lie ■•» Illinois, tuffc. *#' '•>■'» for fite years, Began treatment u«h» ■ For » ( Voar before v £ two o< the best kn ‘ ifcity, but they signally _ Jf- After one itionth m * lls I*£BUira, hef if entirely healed, and', ,wn »ta'eti It, he I»i ter in this short (j„o4 toil it, ts did in the pj Pekuna, of course; Miss A* enue, Milwaukee, v at pleasure in recoinm a For years I have suftep ~T » . I was induced to V It promptly relieved tl and its continued use rcndci. «ruc less and less frequent, t ft it will cure me completely, Wnlkiy’jf -fjgists, Batavia, 0., write: ‘‘hi ,^rMan,Columbus, • 0., Dear - o weeks ago I had a very pecyft i after a fe w questions were' came to the conclusion »f the stomach of the worst ~ years’ standin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 19 November 1884

, H U'.lui r KlUt logo to '!' J '--^\ji HTOtt?" inquired lu>r know. It is so cold !” Mlid theHßgirL T Maid Mrs. Harding, “it was not too.oold yesterday, and the weather Is nuMar to-day; you mus t have some other reason for not wishing to go to school; what is it V Emily was silent for a fow moments, and then, instead of replying, asked her mother if she had seen Frank Leigh go by ? “Yes,” answered her mother; “he passed ten minntes ago, running as fast as he could,” “Oh, let me stay at home to-day, dear mother ! do 1” said little Emily, earnestly. “You shall stay at home if you so much desire to do so,” said her mother; “but you must give me your reason for not wanting to go to school to-day; it is quite a new fancy, for you are generally in such a great hurry to get off.” “Ah ! that is when I am early ! ’ cried Emily. “But it is not late now,” said her mother. “Well, but Frank is gone,” answered Emily, hanging down her head and pouting her pretty red lips; “and ho will b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 19 November 1884

- TOR IIUIOIOTTIS FATERSr V-HAT U|! Pll\l) IN THEM THAT ■ •, . V V.WHKH 17* TO MMU-K. \ ‘-Crrc Pfim” C'nrrency— A Utile Flattery —(loiue Imt> l ourl, John Henry—Art Advei ilkiij Audit—A Hood ( and id mo, Bus. petk it “>rbe press” currency. A California farmer has had to pay a fine of i? 10 for knocking bis hired man down with a bunch of grapes weighing ton pound?. I; was cheaper than hunting around for a rock. Oae issue of a New York daily contains sixty-four advertisements of “pianos for sale cheap because the family is going out of town. ” None of Tm wants any music where they are going. Nut one post office official in fifty can iob the mails and escape detection and punishment, but every week or two jomebo,ly decides to taue the chances. The run • off -with-father’s -coachman mania seems to have had its day, and after a few beatings and two or three weeks’ diet of cold potatoes the various brides will appear at the front door with tears in their «yes and a c...

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