Greenville News in Greenville, Pennsylvania 11 Feb 1899
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News, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1899, Greenville, Pennsylvania
1 the a Yttri Ramoan no the Clef s to blow and should promptly give not co of main opposite National All Corros Pondo Ico business or Gottul ii is dressed o the news publishing february it that but tatty immediately began to give a preference for Siroti As soon nil she found herself no longer Able to build wooden ones in Competition with other she should find herself unable to build ships As cheaply As they could to built in other and her shipowners began to Purchase foreign built then would an agitation which would compel Groat Britain to for Tho de sense of the British at whatever sacrifices of economic principle might to the shipbuilding which is her last great National Industry that gives her such Commer Cial and naval Eminence in Tho Sam Jones thinks that Bryan a tit got any business fooling with the nuances of Tho because he is nearly 40 years old and Only pays in whereupon Tho Louisville courier our Nal suggests that it will hardly Boac Cepter As a Good argument against Bryan that to has not made As much Money out of politics As Jones has out of the pension appropriation Bill has passed both houses of it car Ries a Little More than and does not include funds for Tho payment of pensions to participants in Tho War with which will be subject of future Cli Olno 8nlcllonii pram a Ftp our heat Tho in Lebanon their Campaign on whiskey and and yet we hear folks telling about How Wanna Tanker is desirous of reforming politics in Tho Farco Down at Harris mfg entitled How to elect a or what Tho boys no searching is still on Tho boards and will to before the Public for a few Days More at democrats in Tho state legislature remark that when it comes to voting for some Republican for states senator that they propose voting for whom they this docs not please some of Tho Wanamaker democratic Tho Minnesota Iron though now earning 40 per More than last year and three times As much As in Tho worst panic Are to get a 10 per raise in what would have been Tho Caso had the repudiation its my their Way in a letter written by Bryan indirectly to Boss has Boon published in which Bryan declares that to will never desert 10 to but will politically Ive and Clio with that this did not prevent Croker recently from declaring Tho Silver Issue from which to May infer that he regards Bryan As politically dead also Ghent by a unanimous vote Tho Minnesota Senate has declared in Tho elec Tion of United states senators by Tho mercy a county in at the last election assemblyman Martin received 080 in the Lead a Handicap of Gnu Bra 747 More than Assembly Inan in fact he had Tho Honor of leading Tho Republican ticket in the number of votes polled in Tho every voter in the county know to was an of standout Antiq unite and would not vote for the reelection of senator this shows conclusively that Tho majority of Tho votes of this county arc not in favor of retaining senator Quay in his present City the same kind of stuff As Tho above Lias been published in several antiquary papers since Tho election and is an in genious but what it actually proves is that Tho Quay people stood up loyally for Tho Whilo Tho Autis secretly Cut Tho candidates who were supposed to to Friendly to Martin could not have Boon elected if quays friends had employed Tho Samo tactics is Tho Wau Makor Sharon settled the Money Tho chronicle has often pointed out that it was free Trado or Tho approximation to it which Cleveland and Tho democrats forced on Tho United states that Rasado Tho Money question an acute Ono for several years in this As Long As Tho protective system remained a menaced there was no apprehension in Tho Public mind regarding the ability of the country to preserve an adequate Stock of it was Only when excessive imports caused to ave withdrawals of Tho yellow Metal that alarm manifested no such fool ing has exhibited itself since Tho turn of Tho tide in our foreign Noi will it Whilo the Dingley Bill remains in Force to help make big favourable Trade which Force Tho Gold to come this Francisco Chron an a Republican will succeed Sona Toi Murphy in Tho next and Hobo Man who will stand for Protection to All american collars for Troy and to will Boft Man who will not vote for free Silver but will stand for anon us Dollar senator Murphy will no to in Absed from the Senate except thai Hia absence will guarantee instead of his votes for injurious there will to cast those by his Republican successor for All Beneficent Republican Schenectady editorial additional ladies Guild of Clements episcopal Church will give a Valentine social in armory Hall tuesday february n of Green has purchased a Large tract of and Between Wettle Burk and the Gulf formerly known As Tho Fowler it comprises nearly 600 acres of Good Tim to intends putting about 00 men und teams onto 100 acres nearest his Mill at once and will strip it of its and will make a change in the location of his this is one of Tho largest remaining tracts of Timber in this or foil knows Lum Ber business thoroughly and has been Sucic full in his interests a regular meeting of Dickey last Friday it was decided that Tho town Council and school Board of Groen Villo be extended an invitation to attend Tho reception and banquet to be ten dered company in Laird opera Taduse february also that com rades with commander be a committee to assist in procuring suitable speakers for Tho occasion also that the Post Wear their Caps and and that the Bur school Board and officers of All societies to tendered scats 011 Tho additional of Tho Pittsburg was in town Over Charles of was the guest of Henry Zahniser and family monday and Laudor Ormsby and of wore Tho guests of Byron Hull and Oast of last of who has Boon Tho guest of his Low Wil returned to his Homo George transcribing Lork in Tho House of Harris spent sunday with his family in this Theobald of Hickory will to u Caud Idalo for county commis subject to Tho decision of Tho Republican of was called to her former Homo Horo last wednesday by Tho death of her Sho returned Homo on saturday Cour of Delaware town a candidate for poor subject to Tho decision of Tho Republican was in town wednesday and made tub news of Lico a pleasant Mcdowell is a staunch Republican and would make an efficient officer if of a Candi Date for subject to Tho decision of Tho Republican was in town Stewart is an old being a Zombor of company fifty seventh and has till Tho qualifications to Smulo an efficient Many interests a tobacco is among the highest priced of All the strictly agricultural few people Are aware of the great value of the tobacco crop of to to appraisers office in new York lost week Twne Bis each containing 5 pounds of wrapper Leaf from the invoice valuation was pop or per the duty on tins Grade of tobacco is a important Revenue is derived from this and it very properly comes out of the pockets of gentlemen of luxurious tastes in the matter of advertisement of special clout at u reek to Eveitte in and an income and cheap trolleys find Lii of in to offer Reward for any Oast of Catarrh that cannot to cured by Halls Catarrh cure Cheney the have known Chonoy for the lust 15 and be Jovo him perfectly honorable in All Busi Ness transactions and financially Able to carry out any obligations made by their West wholesale Kinnas whole Sale Halls Catarrh cure is taken inter acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the testimonials Price 75 cents Par sold by All family Aro the special feits of the state which have main of Flea in this City Are watching very closely the introduction of Bills in the legislature which affect their Lions of which May interfere with their continued Prosperity by occasioning tra taxation of through regulations which Are not now the commercial world la especially interested in a Resolution which was introduced in the state Senate by1 senator of Clarion which has an important hearing1 upon the Atlon of corporations and which May result in a Large increase in the annual revenues of the the preamble of the Resolution sets Forth that Herti Are certain associations of doing business in Perm organized and formed for the purpose of carrying and commonly known As fast freight among others the Anchor Union Blue Green Union tank Empire line and merchants that have capital invested in this state amounting to Many millions of and that the records of the Treasury department do not show that the said corporations have complied with the Revenue Laws of the state or paid taxes As required by wants an the Resolution provides that if the House concur there shall be a commit tee appointed consisting of three Mem Bers of the House of to be named by the and tyo members of the to be named by the and that Thev be authorized to investigate the reason or cause for such failure to comply with the Law and All matters connected with Power to subpoena wit Nesses and compel by process their at with such books and papers As May be deemed before the said to give Evi Dence in like manner As in any court of record the report of said committee to be presented to this legislature not later than March provided that Tho meetings of said committee shall be held in the City of and provided further that the members of said committee shall serve without the Only expense incident to the said investigation to be the fees of the which the said committee is hereby authorized to provision for which shall be inserted in the general appropriation after Railroad the Resolution was referred to the committee on judiciary senator Neely also introduced a Bill on the same which will require Railroad companies engaged in Busi Ness under Charters granted by the state to incorporate in their annual re ports to the Secretary of internal affairs the names of All express companies using or making shipments Over their with the amounts received from said transportation companies and the amounts paid by said Railroad companies by reason and on account of the business transacted Between them in the Carriage of express and freight matter and the employment of the rolling Stock of the respective com it is claimed that the passage of this Bill will make subject to taxation immense sums of Money made by cer Tain freight companies which have heretofore escaped the tax gathering officials of the the Bill was referred to the com Mittee on judiciary mine owners officers of the Bis mini nor and Coal concerns which transact their business in this City show apprehension Over the prospects of the passage of a Bill if it becomes a would make the corporations or individuals owning mining properties if not responsible for accidents to this was introduced in the House at Harrisburg by representative of a decision of the supreme court relieves corporations from liability for damages for injuries to employees of Vilnes when a Clde rits cause nor the injuries Are clue to negligence of what Are known As mine superintendents and fore this Bill defines the relationship Between mine superintendents and foremen of Coal mines and per firms or corporations owning or operating the and provides that in All actions for the recovery of damages against firms or corporations owning or operating Coal mines in this state brought or on behalf any employee of the same or by his heirs or Legal repro for injuries sustained by said employee while acting As whether said injuries May have resulted fatally or any act of neg whethei1 of commission or omission on the part of any mine superintendent or Foreman which May have resulted in or in any degree made possible said injuries to any employee As o shall be deemed and held to be the act of a representative or agent or said Jarms or Civ Porat Lons owning or operating said Coal mines and not the act of a co employee of the person the Labouring interests will make this one of the special measures to be advocated this they hold that frequently the lives of hundreds of men who have gone Down in the mines Are imperilled by the negligence of employees of the whereas if the companies were made liable for damages such neglect would not be Likely to the shutting off of ventilation or the stoppage of pumps has frequently caused the death of Many for cheaper freight at the off Luea of the steam a Ilioiu in this City reports from Barr Luburg to scanned daily to see what Progress a being made by the proposed ton which is favourable to the ment of the trolley lines of the the steam roads will fight the proposition to give the trolleys the right of eminent Domain und they will also Terly oppose the Bill which gives the trolley roads the right to carry express packages and the United states there is a movement among the grangers in favor of these As it claimed passage will not Only be a great convenience to the Farmers living along the lines of the but that the Competition be tween the trolleys and the steam roads will have a tendency to reduce freight on the transportation of eggs and other farm which Are frequently shipped but Short lances to Many members of the legislature have received letters from their constituents requesting them to vote for these millionaires Are a Bill which has already brought Forth denunciations from the million Aires and other monies men in this City for that in All sections of the is that of senator of which provides for an income it proposes to Levy and collect a state income tax As Fol lows to tax profits or incomes derived from any kind of dividends or of from any employ ment or vocation carried on in this a tax of on tenth of 1 per cent on sums Between and two tenths of 1 per cent on sums be tween and three tenths of 1 Ter cent on sums Between and four tenths of 1 per cent on All sums Between and five tenths of 1 per cent on All sums Between and and one Mill of additional taxation shall be added for every additional up to 3 per cent on All sums above interest on Bonds or securities of this state and of the United states Are exempt from the word As used in the act shall be taken to mean Gross the tax is to be collected by the present tax col Lection and All persons liable under the act must make a sworn statement of a Complete and full return of their profits and he was senator Ilami not in Envor of ten Karl air with the Exon tank tar i it appears that senator Hanna has Boer misquote Al in a recent int Siew in which to was made to say that in his judgment n revision of Tho Dingley Tariff would be necessary in order to provide additional to make himself clearly understood the senator has prepared and authorized the publication of the following expression of his views a my meaning was evidently mis understood in reference to the question under discussion and i was misquoted i now Stute that i consider the Qiugley Bill Tho most scientific and Best adjusted Tariff Bill Ever enacted that i would to Tho last person to disturb its operations that i believe it will bring a larger revenues to the country than is claimed for it and will remain in Force for Many Yenta and be changed Only by there publican party when the require ments of the country demand As for the War i believe that some Fea Tures of it will remain As a Means of Revenue to provide for natural increased expenses of Tho government and con 1 did state and now repeat that owing to the benefits of the protective Tariff oar manufacturing industries have reached where for the first time in the history of the exports of manufactured goods exceed the that is what we have always claimed to the outcome of Tho protective at the same time maintaining our Standard of this Means a reduction of Revenue from and unless made Good from an increased volume of business must be supplied from other and i suggested Tea and which can to in my a source of Revenue Beu required without any great hardship to i do not enter into any news paper discussion and perhaps did not make my meaning Clear to my to i certainly was not dictating a Public and would not say this much Only to Correct what Seniti to have been a Lama protectionist in and have grown stronger in the belief from object lessons which Are multiplying every in his opinion that no meddling with the Dingley Tariff is desirable senator Hanna undoubtedly reflects the judg ment of to business interests of the entire to general irrespective of party is that the Tariff should to let alone absolutely for a term of it is n Good and to country is extremely Well Satis fied with american tin Ciro Liik in Lutry a Holcli i Rollox a nil the democratic party made a test question of the protective duty put on Welsh tin plate by the Mckinley Tariff the avowed purpose of building up Tho manufacture of tent widely used article in to United they said to Industry could not flourish Here in Competition with Tho Welsh product except of conditions that would tax american Consumers outrageously for the Benefit of a few to duty was and the result has been the establishment of the tin plate Industry in America on a pern Ift went basis Tho Reclus ton of the Cost of tin plate to Ameri can Cru Simiers through the improve Munthiu to methods of making tent followed in the Wake of the introduction of a now draft among an inventive these observations were by the following paragraph the Ameri can tin plate company in employee 500 people in in Jisoo and in Buffalo no i in be California Campaign Congress Man the democratic candidate for was attacked chiefly on to ground of Bis free Trade he voted in Congress for the Wilson Law Ami Oga Jiei to Dingley the Vot Era seemed to have regarded him us an enemy of to states Best for they Huj Imper by wore Back have Soli to Titzl motto Inore of ouf products thah we even did the figures being 000 last year Agali flt if a gain of More than Ift one year and a gala of Over we have sold Inhofe goods to other countries last year thana has any other nation in Tho Osif exports eng even those of of eat Britain by Mafe than that is to we have become the greatest exporting nation in the world to Are buying Lese than Ever before of other so that our excess of exports Over imports is nearly double what it Ever was in 1897 it was Tho highest figure Ever last year it was about it is no wonder that besides paying off enormous indebtedness abroad and buying enormous amounts of american be parities there we imported during the first 11 months of last year about in Gold to balance but when the Dingley Tariff Bill was in Progress of the world swore by the seven gods it swore that it would kill our foreign these Are times when free Trade Calam Ity howlers must turn double Back somersaults from morning to new York of oaf 8 calf Lyl tone Cotui Tialii five b cans new a left Beans 8 cans fed kidney Beana 35 8 cans new peas t 8 wins now Cor h 8 inns new go 8 cans succotash a 8 pounds fancy Oyster crackers 8 pounds extra Boda it Ackers 8 pounds Itol Ted Oats 125 8 1pound boxes denied currants 8 1pound boxes seeded raising 4 pounds Nice Bice go Beans 25 10 bars Sunshine soap 0 bars Lenox soap 25 lion arbu Cutlo and xxx jct Coffee 10 new per Pound 18 Angush per Pound 15 Heines Sauer per quart Heines mince per Pound 4is Pilsbury per sack we Are issuing punch cards and when Yon have had punched out we will give you free of charge a Nice piece of a clock or a roasting Call and see the premiums and get a masonic Block misses childrens shoe Sale women Tan and and Grade women Tan and Black and Grade now women Tan and Black shoes and women Tan and Black and to women heavy to misses lace and Black to misses lace and Black to Grade childrens slice and Black 75c to 40c to infants soft sole 60c Grade women Felt shoes and slippers now 60c 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 arid 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 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 j i kill garments for w for garments for j garments for and so on through the whole just Cut in we Are not trying to in Loach old the garments referred to above Are this years newest with this these goods cannot stay with us Long g if dont delay Benninghoff Winter clearance Sale overcoats and 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 bennin8hoff main
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