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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 19 November 1884

; W*>'■ Harding *. • 'V ':"■ BB»r ?” inquire,! bci know. It is so cold !’ / “But lV *nily,” Baid Mrs. Harding, “il was not too cold yesterday, and tlu weather is milder to-day; you mas have some other reason for not wishing to go to school; what is it ?” Emily was silent for a few moments, and then, instead of replying, asked hei mother if she had seen Frank Leigh gc 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 I” 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 foi 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 he will be waiti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 19 November 1884

“ THE lIIIMOIIOTTS PAPERS. V-IIAT UK PIVI) IN THEM THAT V I UMJCM |H TO SMU-K. ‘•Crff Pn Currency-A I.lflle Flattery -Collie Into Court, John Henry— AH AdveitlH lia A cent—A Hood ( andfdaie, Hie. UETK IT ‘VEER TREES” CURRENCY. A California farmer has had to pay a flue of $lO for knocking his hired man down with a bunch ot grapes weighing tea ponudr. I' was cheaper than iug around for a rock, C):ie issue of a New York daily coirt dns sixty-four advertisements of “pianos fur sale cheap because the family is going out of town.” None of Vm wants any music where they are Coing. Nut one post office cffirial in fifty can rub tho mails and escape detection and punishment, but every week or two tomebody decides to lane the chances. The run - off -with-father’s -coachman mania seem 3 to Lava had its day, and after a few beatings and two or three weeks’ dirt of cold potatoes the various brides will appear at the front door with K ars in their «yos and a case of divorce in Ihelr pockets. A Chic...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 19 November 1884

■ ) iT7 To In- sold quickly Hosiery, k,, * \ -' '*, care to suit tin- trade. and Shoes * (,r ,I ‘*' p ,, ' t ‘‘‘ ! '- and Cap*, Hard ns ware and Hof standard quality. n specialty. on us. A d.li.it'O. it Co. Roofing a ml Si--1 ‘aint and Hoot Co.’s Hoidiny Mm, ■ <iri;i)-m> /V’T’/'”'■, 'v * ?/' / 'y ,; ' •.. u-agi- ot Dr. Fit Fon dors. \'" r ', C v ',\ -l '-y, ' "■Ulu-.si 1 owdi-j-s will }-X}'-'\'-'''i Lgi ’•■“■>. w will send them yy V'v \ * >y ■' v■-< i i i»«x. \ j-'r* \ ' , is}’s 4 • < r - By.iysii in,- t- ~i •. - yy v :V'/ 'v' ■-n u« v " "i-n a-1 H>r tin s j<i i cun j-T’S'. "'■ ,’,*■» •• i expeinted All an rai l \ Ipr curat ivr i i-vi. M-VL'-O, or I Hom s for y cL ; X', y■Buy part of I 111 I ni - ot priii. yaV'.M/* ; ; ■*fyiyHkoblti us *• V ‘ ■■•;/ J pnar■RmC : J^v'y^'iii r il''^P® ore dural do, and lioauany otlior paint. We guarantee the llppf KNAMEL PAINT PiPliilsr 1° l»e composed of Hlriire Wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 26 November 1884

8 Z C a a .# S S'" > z 9 s* • t a a. 2 ti * s S h* VOL. 11l Wonderful. From the Pittsburgh Dispatch,Sept. 25th, 1880. “ Very seldom do we read of an actual case of recovery, where hope had altogether been lost, to parallel that which was Monday investigated by a Dispatch reporter, who had heard in various quarters persons talking to their friends of a Cure, seemingly little short of marvelous, that had been performed. The plain facts jn the case referred to, without exaggeration, are these, as thev were learned from the mother of the young man, his pastor 'and other persons well known in the cominanity : ‘•William Lincoln Curtis is the name of the young man in question. Ile is now employed at 11. K. Porter & Co.’s locomotive works in Pittsburgh, Pa. A year ago he resided with his mother on Grant street. About that time he went to bed one evening with a violent pain in his shoulder, the result, he thought, of a cold. The next morning the shoulder was greatly sw...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 26 November 1884

DECEITFUL CALM. The wind* are still 1 The ho a lies all untroubled Beneath a cloudless sky 1 The morn is is bright, Yet, L ird, I feel my need of Thee redoubled. Como nearer to mo in this blazj of light! The night must fall—the storm will break at length— Oh, give me strength ! So well, so well I know the treacherous seem, ing Of days like this ! They are too heavenly fair. Those waves thjt laugh like happy children dreaming. Are mighty forces, brewing some despair For thoughtless hearts ! And ere the hour of need Lot mine take heed. Joy cannot last. It must give place to sorrow As certainly as solar Hys'cm- roll; I would not wait till that lime comes, to borrow The strength prayer offers to the suffering soul— Here in the sunlight, yet undimmed by shade. I cry for aid. I dare not lightly drain the cup of pleasure, Though Thine the hand that proffers me the draught; Such bitter lees lie lower in the measure I shall need courage ere the potion’s quaffed; Then strengthen me, before th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 26 November 1884

ODDS AND ENDS. There are 105,000 Indians in the Dominion. There are over 3,000 pawnshops in Loudon. A Georgia lawyer only practices every other year. There are 580 Icelanders in Manitoba engaged as farmers. An “outbreak” of dollar stores is what is troubling Texas just now. Gold elephants dangling from the <ars is a late absurdity of fashion. Mexico owes English creditors 860,000,000 and Americans $20,000,000, Canned fruit eaten at a wedding in Illinois fatally poisoned three persons. A devil-fish, weighing 400 pounds, was caught in Mobile Bay a few days ugo. The loss of a thousand dollars through bunco men instantly a Californian. The American electric light is superior to the Freuen in directness and power. Philadelphians are alarmed by the prevalence fi th and garbage in their streets. Of 'he 3)9,000 Paris mechanics and 3.? y laborers, only 50,000 belong to trades unions. Tits population of the United States in civ* s*.s ut the rate of 32 percent, every ten years. A ne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 26 November 1884

PKOITMNIONAI.. jjO~ r7smitll Physician and Surgeon, junll-y] Greenville, Va. ■QR. J. M. TATE, Physician and Surgeon, unfi-y Greenville, Va. JjR. CHAS. T. LINDSEY, Surgeon Dentist. Staunton, Va. Office:—Effinger Building, opp. .lesser Building, Frederick st. Special attention given to country practice. oct22-y A B. ARTHUR, D. D. S., Surgical aud Mechanical Dentist, Staunton, Va. Still continues to practice dk.ntistv in all its various branches, with strict regard to durability and usefulness. Otlice 10-1 E. Main st., (upstairs); residence 17 Market. [octlO-v WM. A. HUDSON, WM. PATRICK. J JUDSON A PATRICK, Attorneys at Law, Staunton, Va. Will practice in the courts of Augusta and adjoining counties. Special attention paid to collections. api-9-y J. R. TUCKER, H.ST.OEO. TUCKKK, Lexington, Va., Staunton, Va. 'JT'UCKER A TUCKER, Attorneys at Law, Staunton, Va. Will practice in the courts of Augusta and the adjoining counties: also in the court of Appeals of Virginia. Will attend the circ...

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

t - ■- 8 S» « * •5 a •; 5 * I e u 3 a • 7 « v ■ ** VOL. 111. Corrected. Miss Anna Johnson, of 24 Front street, Columbus, Ohio, says: “ I suffered from an aggravated form of constipation and indigestion for several months. My family physician tried all kinds of medicines and pills, but to no effect. I began to think my case was a hopeless one. A friend of mine (Mrs. Elvira Redmond,of East Long street, this city), called,and sceingthe condition I was in, recommended me to try your Manalin. I must say I had but little faith in t!ie medicine, but after I had taken a few doses I was convinced that ManaUS was the medicine for me. After I l. i.l one bottle I was entirely well nl my c >;nn'aint. 1 consider it one of the be-t rein -d es forconstipntion I have ever u -ed. I hive several friends who are usi ' if. They tilin'; it an excellent remedy. 1 ivc.rni non 1 it to all who are afflicted nv 1 co istip.ition or indigestion. Any «■ ie doubt 1 a {this statement is invited to i II ...

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

Tiro U WILT NE VER GRO W OLD. Tlion wilt never grow old, Nor weary and sad in the homo of thy birth, My beautiful lily. Thy leaves will unfold In a clime that is purer and brighter than earth Oh, holy and fair! I rejoice thou art there In the kingdom of light w.th its cities of gold, Whore the air thrills with angel Iv'sanims, and where Thou wilt never grow old, sweet, never grow old. I am a pilgrim with sorrow and sin Haunting my footsteps wherever I go ; I.ife is a warfare my title to win, Well will it bo if it end not in woe. Pray for me, sweet, I am laden with care ; Dark are my garments with mildew and mold j Thou, my bright angel, art s'nlem and fair, And wilt never grow old, sweet, never grow old. Now, canst thou hear from thy home in the skies All the fond words I am whispering to thee ? Dost thou look down on me with the soft eyes. That greeted me oft ere thy spirit was free ? So 1 believe, though the shadows of time Hide the bright spirit I yet shall b.hold, Thou wilt stil...

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

LESSONS IN HOUSEKEEPING A CHAPreit ON KTAMI HUB AD. Ssmetlmm tr In Frnnomy in Throw il Awaj Km her limn .Make n I’utliling ul It. (From Harper’s Bazar.] "Whenever it is possible to economize, I’m sure Ido so,” said Mrs. Palmer, a little surprised at her aunt’s suggestion of economy in household matters. "You mean whenever it has seemed possible, Fanny; and you have made just the mistake thousands of women have made before you. You probably thought it was economy to make that bread , pudding yesterday, although nciihcr-yuu nor Fred cares lor it.” "Yes; I disliked to throw away that plateful of bread, aud didn’t know what else to do with it.” ‘‘Do you always eat all the pudding?” ‘ No, auntie; I always have to throw part of one away,” Fanny replied, a little ruefully. ‘‘Now,’ said Aunt Ruth, "how much bread had you—half a loaf ?” "Nearly—it was a small loaf.” "Count it at four cents, then, at the usual price for baker’s bread. How much did you use of other material to convert that int...

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

Yy M. ALLEN A BUG., —])K« ««.*r SIZZ (At the old stand of Logan, Tyree & Martin,) —Main street, — Staunton, - Virginia. A large and handsome line of LAMPS For Xmas Presents . Toilet ami Fane;/ Articles In endless Variety. Guistmu d Kgw Tv g^fe. Wo sell the Celebrated Water-white GIL Wo sell the celebrated LIQUID ENAMEL PAINT, which is more durable, economical and beautiful than any other paint. Wo guarantee the ENAMEL PAINT to be"composed of Pure White Lead, Linseed Oil, and the Best Articles Known to the Trade. We agree to repaint, at our expense, with Standard White Lead and Oil any building that is not satisfactory when painted with our Prepared House Paints. Respect y, W. M. ALLEN A PRO. decl 9-y l»ISOI' lISSIOAAI.. Physician and Surgeon, junll-y] Greenville, Va. I yt. J. M. TATE, Physician and Surgeon, unfi-y Greenville, Va. I yt. CHAS. T. LINDSEY, Surgeon Dentist. Staunton, Va. Office;—E(Unger” Building, opp. Josser Building, Frederick st. Special attention given t...

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

4> ►. C, w <■ 2 SB*® « « *52 i % | a h * 3 l£ A - *3 mt 2* mm P tk in * W i ? One Dollar a Ve«r. VOL. 111. Wood Wanted. Parties owing ns wood will please bring it along. Those not subscribers and wishing to become such can also bring wood. eo.ini iiik'lA i < a li:.\i>a is. 4«recn vlllc tlnrkcl. [UEVISED BV K. 11. PALMER.] Flour—Family !f 4 .‘0 “ Extra’ 4 Oft , Superfine 4 00 Wheat—per bushel 80a DO Corn —White 05 “ Yellow 05 Rye (55 Oats 50 Rutter g 0 Cggs 30 Lard 10 Bacon—City Hams 15 “ Country “ 15 “ “ Sides I2*» H ny—Timothy 10 00a"l4 00 “ Clover 10 00a 11 50 Clover Seed 5 00 llultliuoreNtook Itulletin. (wholesale.) Rest beef cattle per 100 lbs. .. .$ 5 OOaO 00 Generally rated first quality. ... 4 00a4 75 Medium or good fair quality 3 00a4 00 Ordinary thin steers, oxen k cows . 2 5(1a3 00 Extreme range of prices g 50 a 6 00 Most of the sales 3 00a5 35 8 wine per lb net cts .*■ heep per lb gross 2a4 l 4 ' cts Lambs 3a5 cts New AdverllNcm...

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

IN FRIGHTFUL PF.RIL. Narrow Hump* of Hlx Men Irom n Sunken Cnlunon— Slxiy Feel Under Water. A clip patch from Havre de Grace MJ., pays:- Tne outer shell or coffer dam of caisson No. 9, which is being sunk as the foundation for one of the piers of (he new bridge of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company, now in process of construction, spanning the Susquehanna .River at this point, gave way ‘■bout seven o’clock in the morning. i.'ne crib and air lock shaft were flooded and the working chamber rapidly tilled. Most of the men got out safely before (he accident occurred, but Patrick Kelley and five of his men named Maguire, Shorodel, Dillon, Welsh and Conners were imprisoned in the submarine chamber. The caisson is larger than any of the others sunk for the bridge. It is sixty feet long and foity feet wide, and at the lime of the accident the working chamber was sixty feet below the surface of ilie wahr. The entrance to the caisson I roper is made through a perpendicular iron shaft abo...

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

THE OLD WIFE. BY THERON BROWIC. By the bed the old man, waiting, fat in vigil Bad and tender. Where hie aged wffe lay dying ; and the twilight Khadowe brown 1 . * Slowly from the wall and window chased the sunset's gulden splendor , Going down. “Is it night?” Bhe whispered, waking (for her spirit seemed t» hover Lost between the next world's snnrisc and the bedtime cares of this), And the old man, weak and tearful, trembling as ho bent above her, Answered ‘Ves " - “Are the children in sho askt-d Jdm. Coulo he tell her? All the treasures Of their household lay in silt nee many years beneath the snow ; But the heart was with them living, haok among her toils and pleasures Long ago : And again she called at dew-fall, in the sweet old summer weather “Where is little Charley, father ? Frank and Robert—have they come ?” “They are safe,” the old man faltered—“all the children are together, Safe at home.” Then he murmured gent'e southings, but bk grief grew strong and stronger, Till it chok...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 10 December 1884

M. ALLEN A BRO., ~I) ■■■ TUCAIMT (At the old stand of Logan, Tyree A Martin,) | —Main street, — Staunton, - Virginia. A large and handsome line of LAMPS For Xmas Presents. Toilet and Fancy Articles in end- , less Variety. Usas and h Year Lari:. We sell the Celebrated Water-white OIL We sell the celebrated LIQUID ENAMEL PAINT, which is more durable, economical and beautiful than any other paint. We guarantee the ENAMEL PAINT to be composed of Pure White Lead, Linseed Oil, and the Best Articles Known to the Trade. We agree to repaint, at our expense, with Standard White Lead and Oil any building that is not satisfactory when painted with our Prepared House Paints. Respect’y, W. M. ALLEN A BRO. decl9-y ■■KOI' KXSION AI.. JJR. B. R. SMITH, Physician and Surgeon, junll-y] Greenville, Va. JQH. J. M. TATE, Physician and Surgeon, unfi-y Greenville. Va. J yi. CHAS. T. LINDSEY, Surgeon Dentist. Staunton, Va. Office: —Effingcr Building, opp. Jcsscr Building, Frederick st. Special attention giv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 17 December 1884

S L ® g s 5 c a ® ► •* <0 m S g £ « :: 1 l is • a • a jl • V . * One Dollar a Year. VOL. 11l Wood Wanted. Parties owing ns wood will please bring it along. Those not subscribers and wishing to become such can also bring wood. Superior Excellence. The reasons for PekUNA’S superior excellence in all diseases, and its modus operand!, are fully explained in Dr. Hartman’s lecture, reported in his book on the “ Ills of Life and How to Cure Them,” from page I to page 10 though the whole book should be read and studied to get the full value of this par excellent remedy. These books can be had at all the drug stores gratis. W. D. Williams, U. S. Pension Agent and Notary Public, New Vienna, Clinton County, Ohio, writes : “ I take great p'casurc in testifying to your medicines. I have used about one bottle and a half, and can say I am almost a new man. I lave had the catarrh about twenty years. Before I knew what it was, had settled on the lungs and breast, but can now say I am almo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 17 December 1884

THE BLUE AND THE OB AY. ET FBANCIS M. FINCH, NOW JUDGE OF THE COUBT OF APPEALS OF THE STATE OF NEW IORK. by the flow of the inland river, Whence the tie. ts of iron have fled, t Where the blades of the grave-gra« quiver Asleep on the ranks of the dead: Under the sod and the dew, Waiting the judgment day; Under the one, the Clue, Under the other, the Gray. These in the robings of glory, Those in the gloom of defeat, All with the battle-blood gory, In the dusk of eternity meet: Under the sun and the dew, Waiting the judgment day; Under the laure 1 , tlie Clue. Under the willow, the Gray. Fiona the silence of ro rowful hours, The desolate mourners go, Lovingly laden with flowers; Alike for the friend and the foe: Under the sod and the dew, Waiting the judgment day; Under the roses, the Blue, Under the lilies, the Oiay, So, with an equal splendor. The morning sun-rays fall, With a touch impartially tender, On the blosioms blooming for all: Under the sod and the dew; Waiting the judgment...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 17 December 1884

JICK AT SEA. A Bit of I.ifc on nn American CoaUlna Schooner. Life on the American coasting schooner differs in nearly every respect from that which is led on deep-water vessels, The rules laid down in the navy and in the deep-water merchant service, and the comparative absence of rales on coasting schooners, show how much the discipline on the vessels differ. In the navy (here is a rule against swearing, which, however, is often broken. In the regular merchant service Jack is not allowed to swear when oft of the mainmast, although he ran j nse profaue language whou forward cf that spar. The i ffieers are usually at liberty to swear from the forward end of the cabin to the jibboom, Tire captain may s rear from s‘em to stern, and a protest against this proceeding is likely to oome only from his own conscience. Although the officer may swear at his men when forward, it is not considered good form for him to take that liberty on the quarter deck, especially when the captain is within he...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 17 December 1884

W . M. ALLEN k BRO., —l3 miooisT (At the old stand of Logan, Tyree k Martin,) —Main street, — Staunton, - Virginia. A large and handsome line of LAMPS For Xmas Presents, Toilet and Fancy Articles in end- , less Variety. Christina: and New leu Me. We sell the Celebrated Water-white OIL We sell the celebrated LIQUID ENAMEL PAINT, which is more durable, economical and beautiful than any other paint. We guarantee the ENAMEL PAINT to be composed of Pure White Lead, Linseed Oil, and the Best Articles Known to the Trade. We agree torepaint, at our expense, with Standard White Lead and Oil any building that is not satisfactory when painted with our Prepared House Paints. Respect’y, W. M. ALLEN k BRO. decl9-y PROI'ESMONAIi. J JR, B. R. SMITH, Physician and Surgeon, junll-y] Greenville, Va. | J. M. TATE, Physician and Surgeon, un6-y Greenville, Va. T. LINDSEY, Surgeon Dentist. Staunton, Va. OnviCK:—Effinger Building, opp. Josser Building, Frederick st. Special attention given tojeountry pract...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 24 December 1884

% i* c g > • c <S B •- 2 v a " » a a - - o> ti z S.- * s 3 = L > « i >» 4>ue Itnlliu- a Vein*. vol in Wood Wanted. Pari iesowing us wood will please ! bl'ing it along. Those not snbserihers and Wishing to become such can also bring wood. Clout iuced. Mr, U. G. Kin;', foreman of the Lcctonia Democrat, Lcetonia, Ohio, writes: ' “ Du, S. U. 11 mum an’, Columbus Ohio, Gentlemen; Some time since, I had occasion to doubt the genuineness of most of ihe articles th it appear in different papers in regard to your wonderful Pekun a, and Hiv euriodiv was so great that I deter* mined to write to one of the many people that claimed t) have been cured by this medicine, a id accordingly wrote to Mrs. J. W. Reynolds of New Lisbon, this county, and received the following reply. ’ “ 1 received your letter this evening, and in rcplv would say that Pekuna, I believe, saved my life, an 1 I can not recommend it too highly; loe all complain...

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