Greenville News in Greenville, Pennsylvania
4 Feb 1899

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4 Feb 1899

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News, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1899, Greenville, Pennsylvania The debt Tetany to hymn 17 a Mhz spams a buy forum us no the news pdblishih1 Ann Porcor Tolep Hono advertising a Nob furnish fid on subscribers Aronld promptly give notice of Fttie onus for big Dicks off co and Job Boom Mcdowell main opposite National a Bart Norfi or should to it Drossos to the news publishing Garcon eight february Tiro done newly elected governor of now is some thing of a rough rider in peace of us in he Lias Ridden roughshod Over old prejudices by recommending woman suffrage in his inaugural Mes Sage to the this has stirred tip a great commotion in new no governor of that state Over did such a thing has a and a Good oar Secretary of the John before being promoted to his present was governor of Massachusetts for several and to i ways recommended woman suffrage to the legislature in his other Massachusetts governors who have recommended it were Wash Ames and Bat hidebound old Massachusetts has always Hung Back from following the Lead of her Ablest men on this i incl hidebound old now York will very Likely do the same for some years sooner or All the states arc bound join the marching in the direction of equal con Ouess will during the present with n Groat National up building of our shipping in the foreign Tho chairman of the Marine and fisheries com Mittee of the House of representatives has introduced a Bill in that which senator Hanuka has introduced in the to build up an american Mer chant Marine in the foreign it is on the lines of european and japanese in that it gives compensation for service rendered or the policy pursued by other great nations to build up their Marine by the expenditure of Money from the Treasury must be Mot by us with like if we expect to have a shipping of our the Bill referred and which should Only Tho disadvantages tinder which american ships will be obliged to enter into Competition with foreign ships in our foreign the fifteenth regiment has been mustered and company our Home will soon to with us Many of the boys Are already and More Are arriving on nearly every Over 75 Young men left this place with company k last and to Are glad to Welcome Thorn Back while they wore not called upon to do any nor wore they oven sent out of Tho yet they deserve just As much credit As those who climbed Tho Hill at Al Tauey or assisted in Tho taking of puerto Rico or they did their whole is suf arrangements Are being made to give them a Royal reception and ban nothing is too Good for our k company and Tho reception in Ali or Honor on thursday february should and will to a grand All Honor to company a Mill was introduced in the Legisla by of be Iwago appropriating to Complete Tho new Capitol Tho act abolishes the commission As now constituted and creates a now com Mission composed of Tho sex Gregg of Watres of sown Benjamin Jones of Cassatt and Pattison of Phila and a humor of Frank Tho commission shall Servo with out pay and is authorized to proceed with the least possible delay to procure the construction of a Capitol building and furnish Tho either by completing the present remodelling or by removing it and erecting an entirely now Structure on revised As in their judgment May to doomed advis at a meeting of Tho Pennsylvania delegation hold in Washington last it was agreed to urge upon Tho legislature tit Harrisburg Tho advisability of passing a measure looking to a geological Survey of Tho it will Cost a year and extend Over Sev eral Tho Cost to Tho state would be it has Boon 85 years since the state of Pennsylvania had a geological Oklahoma for has a better our today than the great state of a Bill is being prepared and will be sent to Harrisburg for the Trini of senator Richard Quay and Benjamin Maywood Oil Tho indictments now pending in Tho Quarter sessions Cohrt of has Boon fixed by Tho District attorney for february protect our otherwise they cannot compete with Koci Loftt pc Metti it is not a no fiction of free it a a question of fates of Infix race and protect wages Aro 47 of font less on British the Cost of maintenance is i Lloyds discriminate against american vessels and there Are other questions of that kind to be we heed legislation to protect on vessels and to overcome those and when secure such legislation Ameri can vessels in the foreign Trade will multiply and Prosper As they now do in the thoroughly protected Coastwise our merchant Marine in the foreign Trade will grow rapidly whenever it is protected As oar other industries Are and not we have some magnificent of Tho american in Tho for eign but these vessels Are partially protected by Means of a postal sub otherwise we would not have even that one first class its vessels were subsidized by Tho British admiralty when they ran under the British Flag and As soon As on government made Tho conditions anywhere nearly equal the company Mauo n sacrifice to get under the american free ships would never Havo brought those vessels under Tho american they would not Havo paid expenses in Competition with the subsidized vessels of foreign the Wolf and the the negroes Are being blamed for those troubles a Tho if they would Only kill themselves or move there be any Council Bluffs editorial some Choice from a few of our the Gold Reserve amounts to Here is a kind of expansion that Grover Cleveland was never guilty of bringing the boys in quays trenches Aro not quite so numerous As he would like to Havo but to expects to do a Little recruiting before Tho in ton Bryan in refusing to disappear at Tho Behest of the democratic loaders is like Tho negro waiter who go when the guest told him to because to Felt he was responsible for the Adelphia the latin Tongue became obsolete about yet it is still taught in Tho but for what purpose is in artisans Are no longer instructed in Tho manufacture of wooden town it seems that the Diu Gloy Law without Tho War amendments produced the average amount of Revenue from custom the few democrats who continue to worry about Tho Republican Tariff policy thus see their most cherished arguments knocked the four you always know where to find the Republican party on the questions of sound Money and a protective it believes in Protection to american America for native born and and american wages for american Worku Tuou and it believes that every Man who toils should to paid in sound Money As Good As Gold Tho Best Mousy in Tho there is one thing that Tho comical Flint can to can keep his Typo writing machine hot with interviews with and to can placard his Bolt from Tho Republican party through out Tho but to cant boat to May to Able to forgo a deadlock for a but that is All to can As to Tho Tho Republican motors will Deal with Thorn All in Good Adelphia a Good roads Bill will to submitted to Tho Illinois legislature this month which provides that the governor shall appoint 11 Good roads commission which shall select several highways connecting Tho important cities and towns of Tho state to to improved at the expense of Tho state and of the municipalities through which the roads it is further pro posed to employ convict labor to break the Stone to to used for Road building Quay introduced Bill Grant ing an increase of pension from to j a Mouth for Harriot i of widow of Grid who commanded Tho Olympia during the recent Battlo of sure from Tui Chicago whether William Bryan is a Jack Sou Democrat or it May be stated with absolute certainty that Andrew Jackson was not a Bryan Tui deadly Golji is again abroad in Tho the air you breathe May to full of its fatal dont neglect Tho grip or Yon will open Tho door pneumonia and consumption and invite its sure signs Aro chills with Dull heavy mucous discharges from Tho sore Throat and never let go dont waste precious time treating this cough with or cheap curo it at once with Kings new Tho in fallible remedy for bronchial it kills the disease heals Tho lungs and prevents the dreaded after effects from the 50 cents and Money Back if not a trial bottle free at shr in drug sea of Richer and More powerful than Ever Lin Teil the world in while Flynn Clyl position to chief among creditor Tho superlatively prosperous conditions now prevailing in this Broad and broadening land of ones Are such As to excite the wonder and admiration of our friends among competitive nations and the jealousy of our Ameri cans May Well to boastful of the record which this country has established for the year now we Are no longer dependent non foreign nations for material or moral to have emerged from on position of depend nay and Are boldly con Necious of our ready to demand and to enforce our rights and defiant of interference in any form with our just the Impre inability of on Domestic financial position has been demonstrated by the fact that the entire expenses of the late War were borne by on own people without borrowing a Dollar from notwithstanding this enormous Tho National finances Are today even in n stronger condition than at Tho outbreak of the and our currency is now More nearly on a Coin basis than it 1ms been for almost 40 but it is our a nine International financial position which is attracting worldwide Atten the financial Center of Europe has actually been transferred from Lon which for centuries has been the financial Center of the to new that this is not an extravagant is shown by thu fact that there is today being held by our Bank ing in the form of Sterling not far from were payment even in the regular course of would so Embarrass nil the financial centers of Europe As to precipitate a crisis at Ber Lin and compel the adoption of heroic measures for Tho Protection of Gold re serves by Tho Banks of England and of so Strong is our position As n creditor nation that the great Bankers of Europe would hesitate to make new financial Cominiti Nants without assurances that on demands for the liquidation of internal indebtedness would be deferred and not unduly it is easily conceivable that while these conditions prevail foreign negotiations for important Loans would naturally to opened with american instead of with those of As was done during last when Mexico borrowed of new York Bankers in preference to those our preeminence As a Een Ter is attested by the additional fact that during nearly every month in the past year the clearings of the Banks in new reflecting Tho business at that Havo exceeded those of still another striking fact is that the Gold holdings of the associated Banks of new York Are now greater than those of the Bank of England or of any other european Bank except that of our Gold holdings Are being steadily while those of the foreign Banks Are be ing Money is cheaper hero than it is in any financial Center of the and not because of its concentration in our for Tho volume of Money in the country is unusually Well Brief reference Only is needed to our unparalleled commercial estimates based upon Tho returns of our foreign Trade for november show that on exports of Domestic merchandise and manufactures during Tho current Calendar year will exceed while those of Groat Britain will be less than on exports Are Likely to show important while those of Groat Britain must show losses in the these being influenced by the operation of our protective not Only Are our exports but our favor Able balance of or excess of of ports Over imports of is being steadily this balance for 11 months ending 80 was during Tho Calendar your 1807 this balance was Assi iming that this balance for Tho cur rent month will to no greater than that for or about Tho excess of exports Over imports of merchandise for the two Calendar years 1808 and 1807 will to about if to add not exports of Silvor for this period the total will with such a favourable balance of Trade it is not surprising that our imports of Gold during the Calendar year have amounted to Over Tho largest on the depression and despair which prevailed before the Day of Tho presidential election in 1800 were dispelled with the Dawn of Tho following As if by magic Confidence was restored and Hope was this was the genesis of the prosperous conditions which to now the Progress toward com Mercial and Industrial recuperation was at first but on the fulfilment of the Tariff pledge of the Republican plat form the foundation for Prosperity was securely and we now behold the completed it is an edifice of which every american should be and every True Patriot should strive to enlarge and strengthen it to the end that it May Romais an enduring Monu ment of our incomparable greatness us a must he a Home to need a merchant Marine to carry our goods to and from our own and it must be 3 Large but it must be wholly the product of the United we rout the ship it is remarkable to find among such a number of on South Eli contemporaries As we do the evidences of Adhe Sion to workout theories that Are All contradicted by the subject of reviving oar shipping in Tho foreign Trade has been brought prominently to the front through the introduction of a Bill in each Branch of Congress for the payment of bounties and subsidies to and mail sail and Wood and the theorists become indignant oven at the they shall to pay a Bounty or n subsidy to ships any More than to shall pay a Bounty or a subsidy to or or Corn or wheat growers by they further Are ships any More entitled to government Aid any other Industry let us american ships in the foreign Trade Are compelled to compete with aus Spanish and italian All of which receive subsidies and bounties from the France pays a Bounty on the construction of a Bounty on Tho distance sailed by cargo and a subsidy to mail steam total of about a so says our commissioner of Navi gation to say nothing of what other nations How Are unsubsidized Ami unbounded american ships to compete with these at a profit to their owners unless our government also gives subsidies and bounties american if built in numbers sufficient to carry even a reasonable portion of our foreign would cause a reduction in the Cost of build ing warships sufficient to largely Reim Burse the government for any expenditures made in the Way of bounties and subsidies during a Long period of american ships of All built in american would be of the greatest service to the government in such emergency As our recent War with Tho new shipping Bill proposes that a certain substantial percentage of the Crews of vessels receiving the bounties and subsidies shall to Ameri can and therefore at Tho Call of Tho government in the emergency of As Supply auxiliary both the ships and the men that Man them would to in valuable because of their readiness and their practical training for it Likely that the United states spent enough for foreign ships during our recent War with Spain to have paid such a Bounty and subsidy As the new shipping Bill proposes a Long number of the real difficulty that was found and which so greatly embarrassed our government in that War was in securing trained sea men and in a possible War with a greater european Power than Spain it and probably be quite impossible to secure a single for eign ship or foreign Seaman of any a and disaster might attend our operations just from the Lack of men and for the foregoing and a great Many other sufficient and practical reasons there is ample justification for our government granting subsidies and Boun ties to american ships engaging in the foreign it is apparent also that different from any other is in essential National de new York person killing wild rabbits squirrels or partridges Between now and october 15 is liable to Hows this to offer Reward for any Case of Catarrh that cannot to cured by Halls Catarrh cure Cheney pc Tho Havo known Cheney for the last 15 and be Lieve him perfectly honorable in All Busi Ness transactions and financially Able to carry out any obligations made by their West wholesale Kinnan whole Sale Halls Catarrh curo is taken inter acting Diro otly upon Tho blood and mucous surfaces of Tho testimonials Price 75 cents per sold by All Halls family pills Aro the removed to Tho Ayik first door Enst of bitter clothing i will be plumed to moot Oil my old friends and patrons incl of Imury now Onos As possible at my now jewelry and silverware going to build t lot us draw up your plans and furnish you in to handle All kinds of building material and can Savu you Money on buildings of All re satisfaction and the teat of workmanship Leech and retail in car Respondence few of our 8 wins fancy Columbia River 8 cans now Lima 8 cans now Rod kidney 8 cans new 25 Beans new 25 8 cans new 8 cans 8 pounds fancy Oyster 8 pounds extra soda 8 pounds rolled 81pound boxes cleaned 8 1pound boxes seeded 4 pounds Nice 4 quarts Navy 10 bars Sunshine 0 bars Lenox Arbuck Loand xxx now per English per Sensis Sauer Pur Heinzs Minco per Pilsbury per we Are issuing punch cards and when you have had punched out we will give you free 6t charge a Nice piece of a clock or a roasting Call and see the premiums and get a masonic Block one cent a Day invested in a copy of the Pittsburg Wilt keep you in touch with All the news or the Rielei Telegraph greatest paper published in Pittsburg a thorough Deport of the two cities and inf founding to publish More sporting news than any other Pittsburg the society columns arc always and give a full account of the movements of the social the woman Page always up to Date with the latest Stylos and the associated press furnishes the chronicle Telegraph with a Complete report of the telegraphic news of the the editorials Aro Clear and comprehend the most Complete financial reports special attention is Given to the selection of Short Crisp and Catchy the talk of the chats with the Tho comic things heard and and Many other special features go to make up Pittsburgh greatest paper chronicle one cent a six cents a delivered by agents in All surrounding cloak Sale on monday morning we will begin a special Sale of ladies and misses and childrens we Are determined to if every garment in our and during this Sale will offer All Gar ments at just 4 garments garments for for garments for garments for and so on through the whole just Cut in we Are not trying to unload old the garments referred to above Are this years newest with this these goods cannot stay with us Long if dont delay shoe Sale misses childrens women Tail and Black and women Tan and Black and women Tan and Black and women Tan and Black and to women heavy to misses lace and Black to misses lace and Black to childrens lace and Black 76c to to infants soft sole 50c women Felt shoes and 50c on the Dollar we will also offer All of our boys and youths Winter goods at exact while this Sale to make room for Spring remember there Are no old shop worn goods in this but everything fresh and if it is High priced goods at Low prices you Are looking you will surely come and see this Sale will commence on january and continue until the goods Are All do not put off buying until your size is As Assignee of 2o6 main Benninghoff Winter clearance Sale Dot overcoats Anc pants made to order at a Cut of on fourth or 25 per for now is the time to secure bargains at the old reliable firm of Benninghoff 185

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