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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 6 October 1882

GREENVILLE BANNER. tfV J. B. BUR WELL & CO. VOL. I.—NO. 18: THE BANNER. a ki; kxyi ■, v<k. v iKCni \ i %. Office in the BEARD BUILDING. Mam street.^ ). B. BURWELL & CO., Editors a Owners SUBSCRIPTION: One Dollar a I'car —In advuace. Siv mos.6octs; ihroemo^SOcls. gnteredatPostoffioe, Greenville, V a.,ai2dcla3sMattei Oi;v pla.i is to notify all suLsc hers Ly a postal C -d a shot lime in oiv.uice of Hie xpiatioi of suLscviLloos, when (hey a e inspect fully asked to i\ icw. If they do not. n ciidi;i',’ (he p.iper ivt 1 ' lie di-eonlin ed. On the receipt of ten new names and (en dollars lb’s paper wi'l be sent for one year gratis (o ge.tcr up of the club. A DIEIMINEMKNTS Should each us not later than Tucsd > v noon of each week to insure insertion in (lie following issue, and wdl be inse.ied at (he (ol}ow:ng vc .spuable figures: 'lVansiient | inch 1 time....soc | 1 iuchSitimcs 75c Yearly Rales: 1 inch $ 500 4to inches .$1(500 2 inches 800 0 i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 6 October 1882

The Melancholy Boarder’s Story, '•Pleasant to-night here on the beach ?’ Tea : the waves have a sort of speech That whispers of the days gone by, And seems almost to prophesy What is to come; at least to me Such language comos up from the sea ; But to the gay and heartless throng There’s little converse in its song. “ ‘Sad mem’ries cling about its shore, Perhaps ?’ Ah, yes I ‘Mid breakers’ roar A woman’s voice shrieks in dispair, A cry for help rings on the air. Cavil era say that love is dead, And life but a struggle for daily bread ; God knows 'tis true that hearts still break— Wither like martyrs’ at the stake. “It seems to mo so long ago That I can scarcely count the flow Of time, since cold upon the shore My love lay lost forevermore ; And yet the anguish of my grief Through all the years finds no relief ; Impelled by Fate, along the sea I wander with dark Memory. “She would have been my bonnie bride In six short weeks, had she not died. Alas I the fate that mock us all Buie wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 6 October 1882

FARM, HARDEN AND HOUSEHOLD. < i Take Care of Ike Pica* That fat hogs are selling at eight to ] eight and one-half cents in our : markets at this time is proof positive ' that farmers are not taking care of the ' pigs. There has never been a time , since the war when the country was so i free of disease among swine, never a i time when so much improved stock scattered all over the country, and yet 1 never a time since the effects of the war [ passed away that fat porkers commanded such prices. The scarcity of hogs is given as the excuse for this, and there is no way to have plenty of hogs but to take care of the young pigs. The sow before far- 1 rowing should be removed to a field or lot apart from the crowd of stock hogs and where she may not be disturbed by other stock at the time of pigging. She 1 could not be approached for a few hours after parturition, and then very quietly by some one she is accustomed to. A 1 moderate feed only should be given for : the first day o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 6 October 1882

Rural Sentiment, V -.food at tin bar- r- (he ■ \v> re down Behind the hills ■ a Summer day. Her eyes wei n ne- .i• 1 1 big and brown. Her breath as swei as the new-mown hay. Far from (he W, si the fa ot sunshine • ihuifi d spark 1., off ia | golden hair, Those calm, (he; v. ~v luri> d i awards mine, And n 100 of eo i' a, nt rc.-U'd there, ! see her bathed in the ;■ alight (loot!, • 1 see her standing pt n • folly now . Peacefully standing and eh wing hei em|. As I rubbed her ears-.-tl|at Jersey cow. • —Advocate, Something from “Hylvaims." A bridal couple from Washoe Valley, at breakla-t in a Reno hotel, conversed .as follows; lie—‘’Shall 1 skin yon a perl tiler, honey '?'* She—‘‘No, thank yon, deary; I have one already skim,” An Eastern man. a stranger to the habits of Hie West, who bad put nj) for the night at a hotel in a Western border town, on entering the bar room next morning, found the landlord sweeping up what he supposed to be grapes. He said to him: ‘...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 13 October 1882

GREENVILLE BANNER. HY. .18. BUR WELL & (JO VOL. I.—NO. 10 THE BANNER. in It Office in the BEARD BUILDING, Main street. I, B, BURWELL & CO.. Editors <fc Ownbrs SUBSCRIPTION: «>n»* l>oll;irsi Year—in advance. Six mos.<lOclh; threein«».!lOcts. r ntoreflatPestoffice,Grccnville,Va.,as2fl class Matter Our phin is lo notify all subscribers by a postal card a short time In advance of the expiration of subscriptions, when they are respectfully asked to renew. If (hey do not, sending the paper will bq discontinued. On the receipt of ten new names and ten dollars this paper will be sent for one year gratis lo getter up of the club. AlftVll RTISEMESTS Should reach us not later than Tuesday noon of each week to insure insertion in the following issue, and will be inserted at the following reasonable figures; Vransient Rates: 1 inch 1 time.... 50c | I inch 2 times 75c Y’early Rates: 1 inch $5 00 inches .$lO 00 2 inches 800 9 inch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 13 October 1882

Rocking the Baby. I hear hoi rocking the baby— Her room is next to mine— And I fancy I feel the dimpled arms That round her neck entwine, As she rocks and rocks the baby, In the room next to mine. I bear her rocking the baby, Each day when the twilight comes, And I know there’s a world of blessing and love In the “baby-by” she hums. 1 can see the restless fingers Playing with “mamma’s rings,” The sweet, little smiling, pouting mon th That to her in kissing clings, As she rocks and sings to the baby, And dreams as she rocks and singe, 1 hear her rocking the baby Blower and slower now, And 1 hear, she is leaving her good-night kiss On its eyes, cheek and brow. From her rocking, rocking, rocking, I wonder would she start, Could she know, through the wall between us, She is rocking on a heart 7 While my empty arms are aching * For a form that may not press, And my empty heart is breaking In its desolate loneliness. 1 list to the rocking, rocking, In the room just next to mine, And breat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 13 October 1882

FABH, GARDEN AND HOUSEHOLD. Mixed Enillace. Mr. E. W. Stewart, of Erie county, New York, makes some very good points in advocating the ensilage of other and better fodder than that of corn, so that the product shall be a whole and complete food. All the by-fodders, such as linseed and cotton-seed meal, bran, middlings, etc., he says, would be quite inadequate to supply all feeders, if they were to adopt them in connection with ensilage maize. 80 it becomes the part of wisdom to start the ensilage system on the right basis; make the farm selfsustaining. Let ensilage contain a mixture of all the grasses, including corn, and then cows will do well on it, when preserved in the best manner, as on pasture. An acre of winter rye ensilage with an acre of clover (both are ready to out at the same time), will make a very well-balanced fodder. An acre of millet or Hungarian grass, an acre of second crop clover and an acre of corn, ensilaged together, will make an excellent ration for milk, wit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 13 October 1882

Modern Friendship. [A lad\ friend enclosed ns the following lines found among t.ho papers of a lamented gentleman of this county, well known for his scientific skill. They .are beautiful as true, and true as any lung which is writtenj; Some .-peak of friendship i,s » gift beslowcd On every being by (he liandof God: \ nalural thane (hat glows in every breast: A common thing by all alike possessed. Is il so? No! While fortune smiles and plenty fills your board, While good champagne your cheering vaults afford, While rosy health supports (he human frame, While credit lasts, and while exists your fame, While you have plenty, and have cash to spend, So long you’re known, so long you have a friend. . But change the scene—let fickle fortune frown, You stand neglected, and, alas! unknown. Let wretched poverty and hunger press, Let want hangout the ensign of distress, Let sore affliction sink thy noble frame, Let cruel slander wound thy honest fame, Let neighbors slight thee, and lei credit ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 20 October 1882

GREENVILLE BA N: I Eli. BY I*. BUR WELL &CO VOL. I.—-NO, 20. THE I i ANN EH. office in the BEARD BUILDING, Mam etn 1 B. BL RWELL & 00., Editors a- Ownkiis 8U BBORIPTIOM ffm> Dollar si Vcnir — la iiiKanre. •six iiios.<il)<i«s tIH'OU HW.BOCC> i »:■■■<... -nville,Va..a;2dxla?sM rpitig to notify subscriber* b postal cavil a sliO; t dmo in advance. of t ;ie ■’xpiratioa of eiibsc.iplions, when 11■■ ov a-c respect full - asked to renew. If'thcytloi 01. sending Hie p per will he discontinued. On tho receipt of len now names and ten dollars this paper will he sent for one year grabs to getter up of tlie chih. A ■>VEKTISEIIE A I X Should reach us not later tho a Tuesday noon o:'o a week to insure insertion in the following issue, and will be inserted at the following reasonable figures; Transient llalces !;j, h I lime. .. .."file | 1 inch 2 times 75c Yearly Kaless J inch $ 500 \ x /i inches SIOOO •) inch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 20 October 1882

HOW BLANCHE WON THE WAGER. “Good-night, Miss Trumbull. I trust you trill experience no ill-effects from the shower.” “None in the least, Fm sure. Many thanks, Mr. Grosvenor, for this very pleasant evening,” responded Miss Trumbull,as she turned to enter the door. Dick Grosvenor ran lightly down the steps, and, as he said “home” to the ebony-hued Jehu, sprang into the carriage, sinking back into the deep cushions and a deep reverie at the same time, and was aroused from neither until the stopping of the carriage proclaimed their arrival at the hotel. In the meantime his late companion went slowly up the stairs of polished oak, in this delightful summer cottage, and carefully opened the door of her room, that she might not disturb her cousin. It was a needless caution, how= ever, for there sat the young lady, deeply interested in the last new novel, but looking up when the door opened. “Why, Blanche dear, home already ?” “Yes ; it’s eleven o’clock, though. Is there a breath of air any...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 20 October 1882

FARM. WARDEN AND HOUSEHOLD. Wheat Heeding. The ground is somewhat dry for sowing wheat. Some are sowing, fearing that drier weather will follow; but more aro delaying, holding for rain. My belief is that if a heavy rain comes, it is better to have the wheat sown after, and a thorough harrowing and rolling intervene between the rain and the seeding. There is a great development of plant food even in stubble, if plowed early and well cultivated until seeding time, and my experience is th'it it is better to got the benefit of this increased plant food than to rely on any advantages we may hope to gain from earlier seeding. Besides, by waiting until after a heavy rain, we do not put the seed in so deeply, or run the risk of having the soil so compacted above the seed as to check the young plant. This was an evil that I and many others suffered by too early seeding last fall.— [Gorres. Country Gentleman. Corniodder. The opinion we have often expressed and desire to repeat is, that there ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 20 October 1882

A MAIDEN’S RUSE. A (arson S Who Would, Bit Didn’t Oo to a Party. fV .’■ I’iltsbu g Sunday Leader.] « b /■ usl reetj not a very great dkianci from 12(h street, lives a y 11 1;■ u! 1 maiden who, even now, is jvj atir.g in sack-cloth and ashes on ac -id of the miserable failure ■ i ; ft ".i?d on her part to carry oni ; v • romantic little affair which \ ■ i been planned for the purpc-c it were, of successfully adjtc i! it on the optics of her pareuts. Vie young lady alluded to is a mem -or of a highly respectable family, :!-e head of which is believed V i ' the proprietor of an apopke ic-looking purse. She is full of fun. d • ,h and spirit, but is so young that as yet she is compelled to “ask ma” when invited out anywhere,and therefore the other night when asked to accompany a callow youth to a paity, she requested him to call in the evening for an answer, hoping that the fates—which fates consisted of her paternal and maternal relatives—-would )>e propitious. When ma was as...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 27 October 1882

BY J. B. BURWELL & CO VOL. I.—NO. 21 THE BANNER. WRKEITIIXRmGWIA. Office in the BEARD BUILDING, Main street. ,1. B. BURWELL & 00., Editors * Owners SUBSCRIPTION: One Dollara Year —in advance. Six moM. CIO rts? Iliree mos. 30 ct». £nteredatPostoffioe,Greenville.'Va..as2il claSsMatter Our plan is lo notify all auliscrilters by a poslal card a short (ime in advance of the expiration of subscriptions, when (hov arc respect fully asked to renew. I f they do not, sending the paper will be discontinued. On (he receipt of ten new names and ten dollars this paper will be sent for one year gratis to getter up of the club. Should reach us not later than Tuesday noon of ouch week to insure insertion in (lie following issue, and will be inserted at the following reasonable figures: I'rnnsteiul Rates: I inch 1 time. . . ,50c | 1 inch 2 times 75c Yearly Rates* 1 inch $ 500 I 4% inches. . ..SI6OO 2 inches , .. 800 9 inches. . . 25 00 9 inches ... 1000 |lB inches. ... 40 00 A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 27 October 1882

A Child’s Mood. IJwant that rose the wind’took yesterday, I want it more than this, It had no thorn—it was the best that grew, I want my last night’s kiss. 1 want that butterfly with spotted wings That rushed across my hand Last night between tho sunset and the dew— It came from fairy-land. It would have stayed, I guess, it wavered so, Where all those pansies bloom; They gave it wings to get away from me. I lost it in the gloom. And yesterday the bees on all the beads Of clover swung so low I saw them take their honey, but to-day They only sting and go. That star that always came before the moon Dropped out of heaven last night; 1 hunted where I saw it fall, and found A worm with yellow light. I want the sun to go, and let the dark Hide everything away. That was the sweetest rose in all the world The wind took yesterday. MY WEDDING TOUR. I was only seventeen when Charlie married me, and I wrote myself for the first time Mrs. Charles Vail, Jr., and saw the initials of the same blazon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 27 October 1882

FARM, GARDEN AMD HOUSEHOLD. Honsebold Hints. Keep your salt spoons out of the salt, and clean them often. Lard requires no other care than to keep in a dry, cool place. Be aid your woeden ware often, and keep the tin ware perfectly dry. Keep yonr castors covered with blotting paper and green flannel. Oream of tartar rubbed upon soiled white kid gloves cleans them very much. Bread crumbs will also do the same. Do not let knives be dropped into hot water. It is a good plan to have a large tin pot to wash them in, high enough to wash the blades without wetting the handles. Do not let coffee and tea stand in tin. Never wash marble slabs with suds; this will in time destroy polish. They should be dusted; the spots taken off with a nice oiled cloth, aua then rubbed dry with soft flannel. In scouring tin ware, zinc or copper vessels, use a little kerosene or ba'h "brick pulverized, and lime. Wash the vessel in hot water and polish with common whiting. To clean mirrors or plate glass window...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 27 October 1882

Tin* County Fair. (From the Staunicn Vindie r.j The fifteenth annual exhibition pf the Baldwin Augusta Fair opened under very discouraging circumstances on Tuesday morning last, (October 17th), so far as weather was concerned. The floods were thick and low, with a stiff eastern breeze, which always fore bodes a rainy spell. But later in ihe day (lie wind shifted and the clouds dispersed, not, however, before many had decided to stay at liome. In consequence of the small a endance but little of interest transpired, most of the day being spent by exhibitors in arraju lug their exhibits for the next day. On Wednesday the crowd began to come in early and before 10 o’clock was variously estimated at from 3,000 to 4,000, the latter figure being nearer right. The general spectator after entering the grounds makes for the rotunda, and as a natural consequence it was crowded all day. Among the many creditable displays which filled every inch oft available room in the building was the flower ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 3 November 1882

GREENVILLE **** BANNER. liY J. B. BURWELL&CO. VOL. I.—NO. 22. THE BANNER. Office in the BEARD BUILDING, Main street. J. B. BURWELL &OQ,, Editors a Owners SUBSCRIPTION: One l>«llar a Year—ln advance. Six in oh. «« cfs; three mo». SO cts. Enteredat Postoffice, Qreenville,Va..as2 d-class Matter Our plan is to not :r y all eubaciibcra by a postal card a short time in advance of the expiration of snbscrjptiqps, when they are respectfully asked to cepew. If they do not, sending the paper will be discontinued. On the receipt of ten pew names and ten dollars this paper will bo sent for one year gratis to getter up of the club. ADV^HTISf)nE^T§ Should reach us not later than Tuesday noon of each week to insure insertion in the following issue, apd yyill be inserted at the following reasonable figures: 'l'rapsicnl Rates* 1 inch 1 time.... 50c | 1 inch 2 times. . . 75c Yeprly Rates* 1 inch .$ 5 00 inches. .. .sl6 00 2 inches ...... 800 9 inches 25 00 9 inches ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 3 November 1882

The Omen. "Come, little flow’r with heart of gold And petals silver-bright, Them hast a secret to unfold Of sorrow or delight. The summer world is fair to-day. As bright may shine my, lot, But all shall be as thou shalt say— He loves me—loves me not I” Bhe holds the flow’r, the maiden (air; The blue eyes cannot see Her smiling lover hidden there Behind the chestnut tree. Her lips repeat the tender charm Whose import shall be—what? Her cheek is paling with alarm—‘‘He loves me—loves me not I” Oh, loud and clear the thrushes eall, And soft the finches sing 1 The blackbird joins the madrigal. The lark is on the wing; But tt'vragh the music of the birds Flow sweeter tones, I wot, That murmur o’er the mystic word^ “He loves me—loves me not I” And one by one the petals fall From fingers soft and white, And soon shall tell the last of all Of sorrow or delight. O petal flutt’ring to the grass, Of fatal seed begot I The maiden weeps, "Alas, alas, My lover loves me not 1” But slow and clear a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 3 November 1882

FARM. WARDEN AND HOUSEHOLD. ('atilnk Off Corn. One of the best investments made in cutting of corn is a dime’s worth of caetile soap for the hands, the free use of w hich, with soft water, will keep the skin soft and prevent them from chap ping and cracking open. Do this, and tnere will be little danger of sore hands. Faralah Your Boyo With Tool*. The farmer who provides himself with the necessary tools to do the repairing of the farm not only makes a paying investment, but does for his sons, in another way, j net exactly what he does for them in sending them to school—he gives them a chance to learn something. He does even more; he gives them a a chance to learn to do something. From among those boys will be found the mechanical engineers of the future. Red Clever. There are two varieties of red clover — the early and the late —the seed and bloom of the two being identical; and while the former is fit to cat about the middle of June, makes much the finest hay, and yields a second c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 3 November 1882

Why a Imosane hump Burfds.. A dent iflc >.•. ni 1 a m;»n, v, ho-o: a I ten lion to the (übjeft I• a - I on elicited by the repealed fatal nnd •listrearing accident* resulting bom the explosion of lumps filled with kerosene oil. gives the following explanation. I, should he carefully rend by all: Girl?, a? well as boys, nee;] to under.daml about kerosene explosions. A great many fatal accidents happen from trying to pour a liille kerosene on the fire to make if kindle better, also by pouring oil into a lamp while ir. i? lighted. Moat persons suppose that it is the kerosene itself which explodes, and that if they are very careful fo keep the oil itself from being touched by the fire or the light, there will be no danger. But this is not so. If a-ean or lamp is left about half full of kerosene oil, the oil will dry up—flint is, evaporate —a little, and will form, by mingling with fhe air in the upper part a very explosive gas. You cannot see this gas any more than you can se...

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