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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 24 December 1884

THE MAN AT THE WHEEL. BY FUAKCIS HOWARD WITXIAMB. The. snn went down, out came the stars; The steamboat Neptune held her way In middle stream, between the bars, Straight down the river to the hay, And as the engine toiled and panted. The deck-hands lolled at ease and chanted A (plaint and curious roundelay. Tom Simpson, in the engine room, Was chatting with a grimy mate Who watched the gauge, while, like a loom, The pistons moved at even rate, Impelled us by a law appalling, Forever vising—ever falling, Un pausing as the hand of Fate. VS hen suddenly the pilot’s bell Sounded a solitary stroke; It echoed like a fnncral knell, So unexpectedly it broke Upon their talk, upon their laughter; Tom said: “Now, what’s the old man after? Slow her down, Jirn —or is’t a joke?” “Joke or no joke, I'll slow her down,” Answered the giimy engineer; “Just skip above and ask old Drown What ails him; it is ’tarnal queer, On such a night, too, clear as crystal; I jumped as though I d heard a pistol A-ft...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 24 December 1884

Trying to “Fill Up.” _ (T'* S j I AUwtrriJ/ Tho above individual is engaged in a herculeangastronomical feat. He is trying to satisfy a five-hour hunger in a four-minute stop at a railroad restaurant. Bill Nye’s Encouragement to an Author. An author having sent a copy of his work to Bill Nye, that well-known personage responded in the following encouraging manner: Your book arrived some time ago and I have read it through. The dedication did not make me very mad, and I have no criticism to make upon it. If the book is offered for sale you can judge better of its mferrits that way than any other. If the people knock each other down and tread on each other and kill each other in their wild fury to get hold of it at any price, you may rest assured it is a great work; but if they smother their longings for it and suffer on without it, believe me, it docs not touch them in the fight spot. Sincerely yours, Bill Nye. Too Great a Sacrifice. “Ethclinda Jane.” he said in deep, passionate tone...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 24 December 1884

NY . M. ALLEN & BHO., ~1.) “• 44 4 i INT (At the old stand of Logan, Tyree ,V Martin,) —Main street, — Staunton, - Virginia. A large and handsome line of LAMPS For Xmas Fresents. Toilet and Fancy Articles in endless Variety. Urns ud lew lew Garde. We sell the Celebrated Water-white Dll We sell the celebrated LIQUID ENAMEL I’AIN'T, 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 W hite Lead ££T and Oil any building that is not satisfactory when painted with our Prepared House Paints. Respect’y, W. M. ALLEN k BRO. d«c!9-y A 1.. jyt. B. R. SMITH, Physician and Surgeon, junll-y] Greenville, Va. | JR. J. M, TATE, Physician and Surgeon. unll-y Greenville. Va. i yt, CH AS. T. LINDSEY, Surgeon Dentist. Staunton, Va. Office:—Effinger Building, opp. .lesser Building, Frederick st. Sflocial a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 7 January 1885

?! £ u s g a S * > * V •j ■ « 1 «I eu .. * * I. Jj a " f. Z w a One l>ollnr n Tear. .111. VOL Chronic Dysentery. Mr. James Brannan, Second avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa., writes : “ For two years 1 have been constantly troubled with a chronic diarrhoea, or dysentery, having had, on an average, from twenty to twenty-five passages every twenty-four hours, and every one bloody. I had thoroughly tried all the prominent physicians in Pittsburgh, was twice in the West Penn Hospital, the first time thirteen weeks, and though I left it much bctlcr, 3 - et in five days I was as bad as ever. 1 then tried two other great doctors in this city, and one of them finally assured me I was not long for this world, and advised me to write to my friends about it. I next went to Dr. Hartman, without the least confidence that he could do anything for me. He examined me, smiled, and said, he could slop the bloody discharges in less than two weeks, which he did with Pekuna, and I have now be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 7 January 1885

VILLAGE WEDDING BELLS. Rlnjc on, ring on, yo wedding bells ! 1 here’s a duty rests with you; The joy yon make is the joy that tells Of hoai ts that are brave and true. The times are hard for simple folk; They’re oft in stormy weather; lict a man and wife must pul] through life And breast the waves together. One side of life is dark as night; The other is clear as day. In doing right you keep to the light, Ami the dark will pass away. Though limes be ha'd for simple folk. And we moan the ills of fate, The rule for man is, do what we can. He must learn to work and wait. Behind the cloud s a silver light, A joy for the faithful heart, Then plight your troth by a solemn oath, To be true t.ll death do part. It’s not in vain the wedding hells Ring joy on .the wedding day; Though the battle’s nigh, yet hopes arehigb, And hearts are merry and gay. Ring on, ring on, ye wedding bells 1 There’s a duly rests with you; The joy you make is a joy that tells Of hearts that are brave and true. —Wood...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 7 January 1885

Song *f the CebMer. fillip There’s nothing like shoe-making, In city or in town. Because while you are working You’re always sitting down. The sailor’s always climbing, in rain-storm and in sun; And then, you know, the pc tuna i Is ever 0:1 the run. At night doth riso the drug-dark; The festive pill to make; At that, time the car driver Doth h ive to turn the brake. The “peeler" climbs up stairways The burglar for to scap, And if he’s captured sleeping It is a great mishap. Then let me be a cobbler, And if the da, - is long, I spend the time a sitting, And sing my little song. .The banker is a gambler, The preacher is a clown; Oh, let me bo a cobbler, Who's always sitting down. — Fuck. Her Reckless Extravagance. Mr. Winks—Now, see here, Mary, thii is too much, too much. You say you want S2O this morning for pin money and it was only yesterday that I gavi you S2O for the same purpose. Mrs. Wiuks (calmly)—Yes, it was yesterday. “Did you lose it 1” “No; spent it.” “And have nothing at ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 7 January 1885

CODinRHOAL CALODAK. UroeiiTlllc Market. [ REVISED BY R. H. PAI.MIH.j Flour-Family - I 450 “ Extra 4 00 “ Superfine 4 00 Wheat—per bushel 80a 00 Corn—White 05 “ Yellow 65 Rye 65 Oats 50 Butter «« liggß. ] .ard Id Bacon—City Hams I •> “ Country “ 1 •> “ “ Sides . 12to flav—Timothy Id dOa 14 00 “ Clover • H) 00a 11 50 Clover Seed 5 00 BEalllniore NloeU Italic) E ■>. (WHOLESALE.) Best beef cattle per 100 lbs. . . .$ 5 75n5 S 7 Generally rated first quality. ... J 50a' i > Medium or good fair quality 0 75a4 25 Ordinary thin steers, oxen & cows. 1! 50u3 75 Extreme range of prices 3 .>oa.) '■'7 Most of tlie sales 0 O(’a’) 2.) Swine per lb net s | ,.tt j cts Sheep per 11) gross 2a4*o cts Lambs 3aa* 3 cts PROFEIBION A 1.. I yi. B. R. SMITH, Physician and Surgeon, junll-y] Greenville, Va. J. M. TATE, Physician and Surgeon, un6-y Greenville, Va. J yt. CHAS. T. LINDSEY, Surgeon Dentist. Staunton, Va. Office:—Effinger Building, o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 14 January 1885

a t c a a •* | iS 2 \ | at* - 1 « z fcS ? z ■G j Ouo Dollar it Year. vol m. C. A. G LA DICE Is preparing (o take Inventory and w ill sell his entire stock ot Sff goods, ilHaory, Fas? fiasds, and Notions, Cloaks, Circulars, and a general assortment -of Ladies’ Wraps, PR IM E 25 COST. This Sale trill commence on January hst,, 1885, and continue until March Ist, 1885. We take a long time for our cost sale, liut we must hr e it fo. as cur stock is very lai/e. vVe also have a large lot of short ends and remnants which must lie sold before the inventory is taken, in the curly part of next March. We advise everyone to come as early as possible and not wait until the slock is all picked over. For example we quote just A Few of Our Bargains: lin-inch wide Cashmere, handsome colors in navy blue, cardinal, and black, at 35cts a yard, worth .'»() cents a yard, it will pay you to buy this, even if you have to lay it away. Handsome Dress Goods at II cents, worth i>o cents. 52-indi wide...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 14 January 1885

MEMORY'S HALO. Sometimes when heart is weary with the strife Of life existence in this world below, • A radiant beam of sun with treasures rife Forecasts the shadow with its uladsome glow. Perhaps a gentle touch of lips so sweet Will drive the burden from my soul away, And render life again fondly complete, An 1 brighten up tha sorrow of the day. Maybe the memory of some tender hand ‘ Laid on the weary brow in time ago,” Will still the murmurings of grief’s command Into serene and peaceful ebb and flow. Lightly the shades will rest upon my heart, When mcm’ries fond of days gone by, Wilh all their gentleness and joy impart A fciory like some halo from the sk/. A THANKSGIVING SONG. ■Bjhold the leaves are seer and dead Where late were summer’s flowers; And storms and clouds are overhead Instead ef summer showers. Come close, good comrades; hearts so warm Would cheer a bleak November; And while we praise our winter fires, Sweet summer we’ll remember. So with one voice of eager song Make...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 14 January 1885

A B*i>r of Rollfr Skates. I’ve oft bean to the circus, Likewise the minstrel show, But now unto the roller Skating rink I go. Sometimes upon the rollers I shoot acrois the floor, Sometimes upon my spinalColumn I drop and roar. Sometimes it sejms the plan'd:* From under me swiftly goes, And then I go a-sliding Along upon my nose. I’m just one mam of abrations, My facial beauty's marred. About mt I have enough splinters To start a lumber yard. I’ve knocked out several grinders, I'm sprained, and sad, and sore. But I'll stick to roller-skating, For I like it more and more Each day that 1 don the rollers. And 1 shall like it while It bounces me round like a foot-ball, Because it is all the style. —Puck Protection Tor the Ducks. A farmer at Crooked Creek, Kansas, appea’s to the editor of Health and Home for advice as to the best way to protect his ducks against the snapping turtles which seem, according to the farmer’s letter, to be running the creek. While this is unhappily a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 14 January 1885

:::. ja p » A ,v i mu, i. iKK?rVItLK. Va., ■ i t" ' ul ic. For nice i . i-;s y;.. io the Indian Queen! ■ c<t'»Ul lk‘er a w> jmm-Iji !; y • In t pi ■ will be prepared to furnish i in i • *tii r tii;p.. tin) !■ ilious to meni ", >1 « > icli no: ice will be given. [jul23y M , ,'OKi: A OHIO R. K. 5 • A. rims east of Ohio river tire run by e i“t i n in ini it or i sth tneridian lime; west ; i pv central or !K)th meridian time. 1 ,i H -tiiMe ui if ct Dee. 21, 1884. HO 280 SOUTHWARD. MAIL MIXED ex Sunday. daily. Lve i.ultim o ■ , 7 i’llani Wasiiington, II O.'i ' Hai tier’sF'rry, 1205 pm Winchester, I 24 Harrisonburg, 4 44 5 00am Staunton. 5 14 7 00 Folly Mills, 0 01 7 25 Mint Spring, 6 00 7 HI Greenville, 0 18 7 50 Rapidne. 6 33 8 41 Davis, 0 38 8 47 Fairfield, 0 48 0 04 Timber Midge, 7 01 1127 Arr Lexington, 7 30 1000 231 201 Noutii waiid. mail mixed ex Suiidar. daily. Lve I. xington, 7 35am 125 pm Timber Ridge, 811 212 Fairfield. 8 20 2 37 Davi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 21 January 1885

i'i 5; S 1 I | e ir 8 £ I V I One Oollnr n Vcai*i VOL 111 C. A. GLADKE I Is preparing to t ike Inventory mid will sell : his entire stock ot Sr? Goods, Millinery, Fancy Goods, and Notions, Cloaks, Circulars, and u general assortment of Ladies 9 Wraps , —all at— PRIME 35 COST. 1 This Sale will commence on January Ist , ISSL », and continue until March Ist , 18So. We take a long time for our cost sale, lint We must have it so, as our stock is very large. We also have a large lot of short ends and remnants which must lie sold before the inventory is taken, in the early part ot next March. We advise everyone to come as early as possible and not wait until the slock is all picked over. For example we quote just A Few of Our Bargains: ‘lli-ineh wide Cashmere, handsome colors in navy blue, cardinal, and black, at ~.icts a yard, worth 50 cents a yard. It will pay you to buy this, even if you have to lay it away. Handsome Dress Goods at II cents, worth 540 cents. 53-inch wide Ladies’ Dress F...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 21 January 1885

“NOW I LA) fE." When I pass from c»r way, Palsied tt.o’ I be, and y, May my spirit keep so '-aig That ruy failing, faitei ug tongue, Lisp that prayer so dear to me, Whi-pered at my mother's knee: “Now I lay me down to sleep”— Passing to eternal rest On the loving parent breast. “I pray the Lord my soul to keep”— From all danger safe aud calm, In the hollow of His palm. “If I should die before I wake”— Drifting with abated breath Out from slumber into death—“l pray the Lord my soul to take.” From the body’s chains set free, Sheltered in eternity. Simple prayer of trust and truth, Taught me in my early youth. Let my soul its beauty keep W ben I lay me down to sleep. Etna Wheeler Wilcox. A. Cup of Tea. “The British are coming !” It was a fearful cry unto the ears of those upou whom it fell that warm April day. Whispers of a purpose on the part of the red-coats had reached the town of Lexington several days before, aud now the whisper bad culminated in a hoarse, lull-throated cry—- “ Th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 21 January 1885

TALKS WITH THE HOYS. mi; HOYS U 110 Ol l> MIT WANT TO BK FA K .11 HU*. Dnl Forc«*i! to Hold lh<- Plow mut Hf«P nod f-« w, I 111 v ArVi-r lluilo Auylhlun l*ut Ilii.rli ( in mom Anyway. [M. Qrnd in Detroit Free Press.] I was talking with a sturdy old farmer the other day, and asked him bow many boys ho had. ‘ F.ve,” he replied, “and I’m going to make a fanner of every one of ’em.” “H< w do yon know you are ? ’ “W iy, they’re my hoys, ain’t they, and I reckon tiny’ll do as 1 say about it.” “Do they like farming ?” • No matter whether they do or not, they’ve got to woik at it 1” The man was what yon might call a representative farmer. He was fairly educated, more than comfortably well i ff, and was looked up to in his township. If anybody had called him stingy or mean his friends would have been shocked, and yet he coolly planned To sacrifice tho future of his five boys through purely selfish motives. The chances are not all of the live would select agri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 21 January 1885

j 'iii, uMHAi\ yUEEN. IB 11 P SALOON! At l>.\o. Depot, GmiilVlLLK, Va., I - now open in tlie i ulilic. For nice lee Drinks go lo the Indian Queen ! i«'e«c*»ld Beer u Npcelalt)’. in a snort lime will l»e prepared to furnish meals and other tilings too tedious to mention, of which notice will be given. [jul23y Baltimore & ohio k. k. All trains east of Ohio river are run by eastern standard or Toth meridian lime: west , of Ohio river by central or 90th meridian time. Time-table in effect Dec. 21, 1881. 210 280 SOUTHWARD. MAIL MIXED ex Sunday. daily. Lve Baltimore, 7 20am Washington, 0 05 Harpi r’s Ferry, 1205 pm Winchester, 1 24 Harrisonburg, 4 43 5 00am Staunton, 5 44 7 00 Folly Mills, 0 01 7 25 Mint Spring, 0 00 7 31 Greenville, 0 18 7 50 Kaphinc, 0 33 8 41 Davis, 0 38 8 47 Fairfield. 0 48 'Mil Timber Ridge, 7 01 0 27 Arr Lexington. 7 30 1000 231 201 Northward. mail mixed ex Sunday. daily. Lve Lexington, 7 35am 125 pm Timber Ridge, 811 212 Fairfield, 8 26 2 37 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 28 January 1885

t - i S " >* v | 1 sl ! 8 fc 3 I* : 1- S I One l>ollni* n Venr. VOL .111. 0. A. GLADKE Is prupnruip; to take Inventory anil will sell liis cut ire stock ot Dry Goods, Millinery, Faney Goods, and Notions, Cloaks, Circulars, ami a general assortment of La (lies 9 Wra ]>s, —all at — PRIME S; COST. This iSixie will commence on January Ist , I€S5, and continue until March Ist , ISSS. We take a long time for ottr cost sale, Out must have it so, ns our stcil'k is very largo. Wc also have a large lot of shofl ends and remnants which must he sold before Die 1 inventory is taken, in the early part ot next March. We advise everyone to come as early as possible and not wait until the stock is all picked over. For example we quote just A Few of Our Bargains: ltd-inch wide Cashmere, handsome colors in navy blue, cardinal, and black, at 25 cts a yard, worth 50 cents a yard. It will pay you to buy this, even if you have to lay it away. Handsome Dress Goods at 11 cen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 28 January 1885

THE CLIFF DWELLERS. A Visit t# the Abandoned BwellinaH of I lie Man Francisco Gorges. Three hundred and forty miles west of Albuquerque is Flagstaff, centrally located among the most attractive features of the section. The pride and boast of the town is the ancient city of Cliff Dwellings in a mountain gorge some eight miles east of the village. It is a Eleosant drive, affording much time for utoring and leisure by the wayside, where the winding road leads through alternate stretches of forest and prairie glades. Antelope, black-tailed deer and wild turkey are here in great numbers, and the visitor to the Cliff Dwellings is frequently rewarded with a saddle of venison or a brace of birds. The visitor has no warning of his proximity to the ancient pueblo until he stands on the very brink of the canon and gazes down into a gorge, deep, dark aud foreboding. On descending he feels an oppressed sensation stealing over him, caused by the sadden shutting oat of the broad world, but he soon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 28 January 1885

Big Stakes. “I read of two men betting $20,000 even,” said Yeast to Crimsonbeak. “ That’s nothing,” replied (Jrimsonbeak; “I heard of a case, years agp, where steaks were higher than those.” “When was that?” inquired Yeast, a little surprised. “Why, when the ‘cow jumped over the moon!’ ” was the remark which made Yeast feel like going out and jumping down the pump.— Statesman, Trials of a Tradesman. His first customer, 9 o’clock, a. m. •—A man with a bill. His second customer, 1 o’clock, p. u. —“I want a postage stamp, sir.” ICT Unr His third customer, 3 o’clock p. m.— Joy! he sells a pair of laces for a nickel. His fourth customer, 5 o’clock, p. m —The landlord calls to notify him of a raise in his rentl ir~^ His fifth customer, C o'clock p. m.—A tramp, who strikes him for the price ol a night’s lodging! ! — Judge. A Generous Youth. “Couldn’t you find room enough for yourself on the bench without pushing that little boy off on the floor?” asked a school teacher of the bad boy of th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 28 January 1885

N \N CH’KEN. .ii .Ml p SUDD! At ,i. \ >. Depot, GREEN V11.1.K, Va., ow i cii in the public. IST For nice ! I e i )rinks go to the Indian Queen! Keer si ?i|icciiillT. in i short time will lie prepared to furnish in -sxln imt other tilings too tedious to 111*11tiou, of which notice will be given. [jul23y ALTIMORE & OHIO K. li. : t All trains east of Ohio river are run by eastern standard or Toth meridian tin>e; west of Ohio river by central or 90 th meridian time. Time-table in effect Dec. 21, 1884. 210 280 Southward. maii. mixed ex Sunday. daily. Lve Baltimore, 7 21 him Washington, 9 05 Ilarper’sFerry, ) 2 05pm Winchester, 1 24 Harrison burg, 4 43 5 00am Staunton, 5 44 7 00 Folly Mills, 0 01 7 .*25 Mint Spring. 0 00 7.41 I Greenville, ti 18 7 50 llaphine, 0 33 >4l Davis, 0 38 8 4 7 Fairfield. 0 48 9 0 4 Timber Ridge, 701 9 g 7 Arr Lexington, 7 30 lotto 231 291 Northward. mail mixed ex Sunday. daily. Lve Lexington, 7 35am 125 pm Timber Ridg...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 4 February 1885

; r | mjf , \ > • , ',•■■• 4 4 CALL AND SEE GEORGE PFUUIt, THE TOBAGtJONIST, 29 MAIN STREET, Sf AIfNTON, VA. —* 4 4 as.* llz Z i, r. " i. ~ s - "• &> # S X - « a •; a fa r l * On«* Hollar si Vear. VOL.)! 1. ('. A. GLADRE to toko Inventory and will sell his entire stock of 3*y Bonds, Millinery, Fancy U, and . Notions, Cloaks, Circulars, und a "(moral assortment of La di es’ TVt ‘ftps, —all at— PRIME SS COST. This Sale null commence on January Ist , 1885. and continue until March Ist., 1885. Wc take a long time for our cost sale, hut tve must have it so, as our stock is very large. We also have a large lot of short ends and remnants which must he sold before the inventory is taken, in the early part of next March, We advise everyone to conic as early as possible and not wait until the stock is all picked over. For example we quote just A Few of Our Bargains: llti-inch wide Cashmere, handsome colors in navy hlue, cardinal, and black, at Moots a yard, w...

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