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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 15 January 1898

h 1rv rJ1H ru CHIPLE BANNER T t 1 I L VOLUME v CHIPII WASHINGTON COUNLY FLOlUDA QATTTPHAV JANUARY 15 1898 > NUMB 31 I ONGRESS RESUMES WORK II EMBERS SEEMED GLAD THAT HOLIDAYS ARE OVER JE CIVIL SERVICE Llllf DISCUSSED I ntor Dall GIYe Notice That Hn Will cut Op Hawaiian Annexation Ques tion to Be Dlipoied Of Congress reassembled Wednesday d everybody seemed glad that the ilidoys were over and that they could gin have a chance to go to work A mber of members who had not been their seats previous to the recess peared for the first time and were armly welcomed The floor of the house presented an mated appearance It looked for t the world like the opening of a new ssion of congress Only the cere onies were missing Without any preliminary business e house went into committee of the hole to resume consideration of the gislative executive and judicial ap opriation bill All the features of e bill had been disposed of except appropriation for the civil service omission upon which by previo...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 15 January 1898

J ltirt TI fP r 2 I S An Electric Mill Box In Geneve Switzerland a mall ae f liven box has been adopted which points to the rapidlY approaching time when in many Instances hand labor 4 will bo almost entirely superseded by automatic devices The mall box i which Ill the handiwork of an elec r triclan has a compartment for each of the stories of the bIldingWnd v the I letters have only to be deposited on h the ground floor to delivered U iro I p quired The deposit of a slnfle letter makes an electric contact which stxta aim ringing on the specified floor and the noUe only stops when the letter U taken out At the same moment st faucet of fa tank on the roof of the j house Is opened and water flows lnto s the cylinder forming the counter weight of the mallbox elevator unUl the weight Is heavier than the box 0 which accordingly begins to ascend the flow of water ceasing simultane ously As the box passes each floor the mall for It letters c papers and small packages falls Into a In the co...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 22 January 1898

i r t Ih I y > j t I 5 f S > 0 0J J 1 i > < M h w TH R CHIPLEY BANNER I J4 > JtT > > rS f h VOLUME CHIPLEY WASHINGTON COUNTY FLORIDA SATURDAY JANUARY 2l fR9R NTTMRFR 39 SITUATION IS GRAVE lOTS INHAYANA MAKE CRISIS IMMINENT WR3HIP8 ARE AWAITING ORDERS DlcuiSing 11 vvasbh ton DlicuMln the Latett Fn ie of nn Al1 Absorbing Question Urett Activity in OOP Yavy A Washington special BaY It the beginning of the end in uba That is considered to be the eAl meaning of the rioting in Havana md the results to which it is sure to sad All Washington was talking war rhnrsday The talk of riots among he factions of Spanish soldiers and he sensational reports which had our ntire navy headed that way made a cep impression at the Capital City The facts are of course that the idling has been anticipated for some ime as the result of interior dissen ions over antinomy that the state epartrnent has been kept fully in ormed and that the real meaning of he order for the ships of the north...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 22 January 1898

S f I o 1 ti = d W r G THE BANNER PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY IPBflOEIPTIOK f 1 PEE ANNUM INVARIDLT m ADVANCES 1 S EOTXRED AT THIS POST OFFICE AT CHIP LIT FLA AS 8BOOHD CLAM MAUI KATTXB T W It JOJfBS r EDITOR c r < AfaVJtKTIBlNO BATE OX ArrUOATinN deploy FIAJnna gSnrl 1808 E 0 None of those 100 connterflt bills have yet been discovered In the pockets of the average editor r i i i In compliance with a resolution of the Btato Board of Education Governor Bios hafn has Issued a proclamation naming February 4thas Arbor Day loJho Times Union and Citizen has sult pended Its afternoon edition this leaves t1ittlald pen to the Metropolis which byithoway Is one of tho best edited pa pers in tho State Wtf acknowledge the receipt of a pam phlet entitled Illinois Steel Co of Chi cago ut Is a cortlpleto Description qf ono of Oho largest manufacturing enterprises In tho world It Is well gotten up pro fusely Illustrated and contains much val uablo Information I Kustls Lake Region Tho whole sys tem o...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 22 January 1898

d < Y v4 1 I 4 D CAMPBELL W 0 BUTLEBJr 1 CAMPBELL BUTLER Successors to E N Dekle Will astonish their friends with 1rioes for 1898 4E 4 vj vriTMAfl ry We have the largest and most k omi > lete line of general merchan dise in Washington Co and ev erything has been marked down to the lowest possible margin for STRICTLY CASH or MERCHANTA BLE PRODUCE We also pay cash for furs hides and wax I j Remember the place is at De kies old stand CAMPBELL BUTLER tal slid Personal NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS A blue XmarhTon the margin of your j paper or on wrapper signifies that your s has Just expired a red X mark at the same places denotes that you ire over one year duo and as fast as two ears time runs out we will discontinue your paper and send statement Later on ve will be compelled to place some claims n the hands of an attorney for collection I Farmers are hauling out guano Sew land deals are being made nearly every week Mr A C Barflold was Tuesday Atig looks feeble yet Mr Katzen made a busin...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 22 January 1898

r i Why Lead Pencil II One pieces of lead were used toi t Marking and wo continue to use t wo d though lead Is no longer a Part ovarious pencils history has failed to record the namp of the genius whc gave tha world those most useful little instruments We have heard all about the discovery burnt snuff and the swing machine and the typewriter and all that but the Inventor of the lead pencil baa evidently gone down lato the shadow of oblivion unwept unhonorcd and unsung I hare Jaugh at the queer ideas i some people have about pencils said onemanufacturer You will scarcely believe It but the opinions of people who know nothing about it seem to be divided between the melting of the load and pouring into the hole in the wood and cutting out the lead to fit the hole I I know continued the manufac turer that not one out of ten thou nand persons has the least Idea of what I thisload 10 Seehero Is a fine black powder that Is graphite and costs somewhere about twentyfive cents a pound This wh...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 22 January 1898

r C TH CHIPLEY r BANNER T y r 1 r VOLUME V CHIPtEY jglPLEY WASHINGTON COUNTY FLORIDA SATURDAY JANUARY 2 3 1898 NUMBER 32 BAN SITUATION 18 GRAVE ors IN HAYAffA MAKE CRISIS IMMINENT ARSHIPS ARE AWAITING ORDERS 1vashingtoa II Discussing Latest Phase of an AllAbsorbing Question Great Activity In Oar Navy A Washington pecial saye It Athe beginning of the end in bs That is considered to be the al meaning of the rioting in Havana id the results to which it is sure to ad All Washington was talking war anreday The talk of riots among e factions of Spanish soldiers and ie sensational reports which had our tire navy headed that way made a ep impression at the Capital City The facts are of course that the oting has been anticipated for some me as the result of interior disien one over autonomy that the state ipartment has been kept fully in rmed and that the real meaning of order for the ships of the north tlantlc squadron to winter in Flor a bay is that they might be near the ene in case of an...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 22 January 1898

< V > Tr 5 J S Why n Lead Pencil l One pieces of lead wero used foi nuking and wo continue to uat tbt word though lead Is no longer a part ot various pencils History bat failed to record the name ot the genius whc gave the world those most useful little Instruments We have heard all about the discovery of burnt snuff and the sewing machine and the typewriter and all that but the Inventor of the lead pencil has evidently gone down Into the shadow of oblivion unwept unhonored and unsung I have to laugh at the queer Ideas some people have about pencils said manufacturer You will scarcely z bellevo it but tbo opinions of people who know nothing about It seem to be divided between the melting of the lead and pouring it into tho hole in the wood and cutting out the lead to fit the hole 1 III know continued the manufac turer that not one out of ten thou sand persons has tho least Idea of what this load Is See hero ia a fine black powder that Is graphite and costs somewhere about twen...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 29 January 1898

> > c J 1 3 wr c A r x Wott < J I is i j c K + V2 1j 1 THE efYwn I 3 rvA ym HI 4e fl J HJttlvlF tI i h CHIP LEY BA NNER I r 1 ft = VOLUJiE CIIIPtEY ASHINGTON COUNTY FLORIDA SATURDAY JANUARY 29 1898 NUMBEK33 1 icoli ADDRESSES SENATE REOARD TO THE WORK OF BIMETALLIC COMMISSION IK HANNA FORMALLY SWORN IN Senator Ti Cordially Received Bj Hn CotIc > Ke Mnny Wltnwi tho Vayt Doll1lrl Washington spociol says In an mtlon of an interosting session of senate Monday nil 6ftho Galleries o well filled some time beforo the convened The long lookeddor I ch of Senator Wolcott was the I dug card Ir Hnnua who has just been elect senator from Ohio made his first earanco on the floor since his elec 1 He was cordially greeted by colleagues on both bides Ifr Fornker presented tho crednn Is of Mr Hnnna for tho remainder Jr Shermans terra of six yearn iug March 4 1889 They were I As there was no objection to I administration of tl oath of ofllco Foraker escorted Mr Hanna to I vice presidents des...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 29 January 1898

c i it Ii r THE BANNER fTjBUBHED EVERY BATPBDAY VMOUPTIOK flPKR ANNUM INvAn1LY UC ADVANCE BXTKBBD A t THE POST OFFICE AT CHIP IoU ItA AS SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTIB r T OJONKS EDITOR ADVEBTIBIKO BATES lit APPLIOATION Chipley Fla JniigOtli 1808 1 f All of our ships point toward Cuba says a Dispatch The trouble Is that our navy has boon doing pointer duty for Spain too long already Mr Dlngloy blames the South for the strikes In the Now England cotton mills Well at least the south cannot be blamed tor Dlngloy and there Is comfort In the nought Ex L The President shook tho plum bush Coat Saturday and the following appoint ments were sent In To be Collector of e Customs at St Augustine Domingo Pap 4 py Receiver of public moneys at Gaines ville Henry S Chubb Register of the land office at Gainesville Walter S Rob inson U S Marstal for the Southern DlstrlctrJohn F Horn U S Attorney f for the Northern District John Eagan Educate Your rowel With Caacarctn l Candr Cathartic cure constipation for...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 29 January 1898

i vr M r r 1 1 I i c u D CAMPBELL KG llUlLEU Jr OAIPBELL BUTLER Successors to E N Dekle Will astonish their friends with rfloea for 1898 o We have the largest and most omplete line of general merchan dise in Washington Co and ev erything has been marked down to the lowest possible margin for STRICTLY CASH or MERCHANTA BLE PRODUCE We also pay cash for furs hides and wax ° ° Remember the place is at De ides old stand CAMPBELL BUTLER Lit aitl Personal I Mr John Milton of Marianna was hero last Saturday Honey Bros received a new turpentine till Monday County Comr J M Simmons was In own Wednesday The freight depot presents n busy ap pearance these days The personal property of the late J N Daniel was sold last Saturday To Cure a Cold In One Day I Take Laxative Br mo Quinine Tablets All Druggists refund the money If It falls to cure 25c 102M Dr Patterson of Bainbrldgo Ga was h the city on business Monday We call your special attention to the Lntal Notice of Dr R A Rozler D J Jones Esqr an...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 29 January 1898

< L I i I 1 ThQOddltles of Language Sho actually flung herself at his laud dHml What did ho do f He fluug himself nt her feotl Boston Transcript S The Cuban Score Although the diplomatic entanglement wlthHpaln over Cuba Is to come extent In I fluencing tho stockmarket Null street ox peets no lerlons complicAtions Nevertheless ierloos complication with other m ljdlo attack of fall may be exppcted to follow an Irmjncss which h not checked at tlio outset The most effectual means to this end Is Hos tetferaStomsch HItterS ou admirable rem ecljr moreover forclyspopstR malaria kidney ft trouble constipation and nenousnets According to tho Sew England Hljtorlo OencalmtlcHl boclety of Bo ton only ton tynlno Kalians that camo to New Lnglancl from Oroot Drltlln were entitled to bring Rr 1 morlal bearings with them o To Cure o Cold In One Day Take Lsiatlvo Bromo Quinine Tablets AU SSo monoylflt falls tocure Drun1sUI refund Tokto the capital of Japan has dothk1 its population In twenty yenro ...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 29 January 1898

T i r + VTmCHIPLEY BANNER 15 I VOLUME 0 V CIIIPI WASHINGTON COUNTY FLORIDA SATURDAY JANUARY 29 1898 NUMBER 33 10011 RDDRE8E88ENTE I REGARD TO THE WORK OF BIMETALLIC COMMISSION K HANNA FORMALLY SWORN IN S nBlor Cordially Itecelvod Dy CoUcns031 Wltnw the Hi Days Dolnce Washington special says In an ration of an interesting session of senate Monday nil of the galleries e well filled some time before the ale con vcned louglookedfor cch of Senator Wolcott was the wing cord > Hanna who has just been elect senator from Ohio made his first eaianco ou the floor Sinco his elec Ho was cordially greeted by colleagues on both sides r Toinker presented tho credon i of 3Ir Hnnnn for the remainder Jr Sherman term of six years mg March 4 1889 They were 1 As thero was no objection to administration of tho oath of ofllco Forakcr escorted Mr Hanna to vice presidents desk and the oath administered x Sumtnr Wot co It Speaks r Wolcott summarized the work bo bimetallic commission and tho tent situation ...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 29 January 1898

po i TI h r 1 J The Oddities of Language She actually flung herself at Us kcd lacadRml Hm What did he do He flung himself at Tier feet Boston Jrauacript 4 The Cuban Scare Although the diplomatic ontanitlemfnt with Spain over Cuba In to porno extent In fluencing the stock market Wall street ex I Iecta no lerlons complicatIons Nevertheless erlona cornpllcntlou with other mnUalei maybo ejpected to follow an attack of toll lousness which Is not checked at the outset ihe most cftcctnnl moans to this end Is Hos Uttera Stomach llttor nn admirable rem 4 ed jr moreover for drsJOI 5II1 mnUrU kidney trouble oonatlpatlon and cervoutncts According to the Kcw England Hljtorlo QenealoRlcnl society of Boiton only twon 1 tynlno Italians that came to New England fromflrent Britain wore entitled to brluB ar mortal bearings with them To Cure a Cold In One Day t AU Tablet j3oiQQt1IWU6Tablet5 lake Laxative moneyUlttalhtocure Jot DruggliturefundmonaylfttfallBtocurt t Toklo Hie capital of Japan has rtouWM ...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 5 February 1898

tLT r S Pr ter rr I 11 frrr l T H ° i I r f TH E CHIP LEY BANNER it A E = VOLUME V OHIPLEY WASHINGTON COUNTY FLORIDASATURDAY r FEBRUARY fi 1898 NUMBER 34 mn mp Off fOR CUBA I MAKES STRAIGHT FOR IE MAINE j HAVANA HARBOR 1DER5 GIVEN BY THE PRESIDENT Seems Conjectural lectof Such a Move important Development Expected Washington special of Monday TS Never since the complications in ba first assumed proportions has ere been so much talk of possible onble between this county and Spain there has boon since Secretary announcement that the battle tngs ip Mnino is headed toward Havaua This action is naturally taken as significant The state and navy departments are is 1 denying that there is any change the situation down thero and in terating that there is no special on for the visit of the battleship at it is nothing in fact but a enuly visit as the vessel of any antry is liable to pay to a friendly rtat any time but it is tho comic not those whose judgment is most noble that nothing short of...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 5 February 1898

I 0 THE BANNER fit PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY l r IDBSORIFTIOK fl PJUl ANNUM INVARIDL IN ADVANCE BKTKBED AV TAE POST OFFIOE AT Onil 1 LKT FLA AI 8ECOND CLASS WAI1 MATTER T 0 JoNEs EDITOI ADTEBTIMNO RATES ON AllLtOATlnN t Chiploy Fla Feb Bill 1808I r General Leo says thero will be blood t soon In thB streets of Havana It should Is used seen to that noAmerlcan blood for street sprinkling In that quarter A girl wltes to the Philadelphia Press from the Klondike I have an escort of twcntyflvo men who will not allow mo t lift my hand even with a frying pan She must be a dangerous creature to need such careful watching e Tho editor of one of our exchanges says that ho stepped Into the store of a man who did not advertise and was surprised to find him busy The merchant had the Itch and a Waterberrv watch and when ho was nut scratching ho was winding his watch In 1880 tho south had one fifteenth of the cotton spindles In this country today sho has nearly ono thlyd And tho cap ital Invested In ...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 5 February 1898

I r 1IlT p ro d T IIL i P t f e 1 I 1 I I of 0 1 1 r I4 o lUII I UU idH1 L t N i o UIIIU 14EyI t d LULt IA L 0 j30 AM y 3 nUXO UM I I II AltnIV At mllllI tL 11 AI t IIXEU JOO M 0 oNJRCJ IA1 Y 641 PM 02 I 1 llXuI 0 I iiidPrsiiT More arrivals from Indiana Vt dn dty B X Dddc visited Murlauna Tuesdav See notice of change of schedule In this IfllC 4 c Tharp visited Oruccvlllo Slonday on 11Iloe Ve are glad to see D J Jones on the treet ncraln Mr W II Milton jr of Murlanna was re Thursday riie ualntcrs now liavn Mr Wells resl HCC Iu charge MrJ Z Solomon ofMarlanna wa re last Friday 9 j Jones I5qr mad a business trip > Vernon Friday Mr C Tliar mado a business trip to Urlamm Tuesday fo Cure a Cold in OliO Day ki Lainlle Br mo IJiilninu Tiibets All ni Ms refund the moiioy It 1t fulls to Ire 2Vi WKW rumors of a now livery stable here aru iring thick and fast Mibscrlbo for tho lUxaKit and keep up > ith what Is going on lu < tlce Whlto held D levee Monday two conviction tho result Sec n...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 5 February 1898

LW g a 7 S rY Thomas Atklni The name of Tommy Atkins whiCh is a sobriquet of tho British prlvati soldIer tho world over In Honk IConr l Mandalay New Zealand tho Soudan and the Transvaal had an official orl tho < gin and was originally used In s Instructions to noncommissIoned offl cors as John Doe and Richard Roe are used In contract forma and other legal papers for pnrposeu of Illustration Sample blank returns were furnished to show sergeants and corporals nnl recruiting ofllcers how genuine ones should be made out and Thomas At kins private Company D was the fic tttlous name always used Model In dividual reports were also Included In regulations signed Thomas At kins private Company D or Thomas AtkIns X his mark Hence when a recruit arrived nt n garrison the sot dlers usually addressed him as Thomas Atkins until they found out his real name Drunken soldiers reported themselves as Thomas Atkins when they wero taken up until tho public took it up and Tommy Atkins became an affect...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 5 February 1898

U 1 I 1 a w 1 K r r I f TH E CHIPLEY BANNER S II 1 VOLUME v I CHIPLEY WASHINGTON CUN lYe FLORIDA SATURDAY FEBRUARY 5 1898 NUMBER 34 BATTLESHIP OFF FOR CUBR I I THE JUKE MAKES STRAIGHT FOB i HAVANA HARBOR i ORDERS GIVEN BY THE PRESIDENT Object of Snch n SIovo Seem Conjectural important llevelonineuta Expected A Washington special of Monday 1s Never since the complications iu Cuba first assumed proportions has there been so much talk of possible trouble between this county and Spain u there bas been since Secretory announcement that tho battle Longs hip Maine is headed toward Havana This action in naturally taken ns significant The state and navy departments are usy denying that there is any change the situation down there and iu iterating that there is no special Ion for the visit of tho battleship bit it is nothing in fact but a iendly visit as tho vessel of any onatry is liable to pay to a friendly I rtat any time1JUt it is the convict ion of those whose judgment is most jluable th...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 5 February 1898

n I i I Thomas AtkIns The name of Tommy Atkins which Is a sobriquet of tho British private k2 soldier the world over In Honk Kong t Mandalay New Zealand tho SOlid and the Transvaal had an official orl originally used In the gin and was Instructions to noncommissioned offl cars ns John Doe and Richard Roe are used In contract forms and other legal papers for purposes at Illustration Sample blank returns were furnished to show sergeants and corporals anSi recruiting officers how genuine one should bo made out and Thomas At kins private Company D was the fic titious name always used Model In dividual reports were also Included the regulations signed Thomas At kins private Company B or Thomas I Atkins X his mark Hence when a recruit arrived at a garrison the sol J cllers usually addressed him as Thomas 1 Atkins until they found out his real name Drunken soldiers reported themselves as Thomas Atkins when they were taken up until the publK took It up and Tommy Atkins became on affectionat...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
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