Greenville News in Greenville, Pennsylvania
14 Jan 1899

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14 Jan 1899

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News, The (Newspaper) - January 14, 1899, Greenville, Pennsylvania January 1899 von Iivo a weekly Republican nows Popof published Ivory saturday by tilts news Uhm Siinto Eltora and Propf Ioco Rains furnished on subscribe or Shin old promptly give not co of for Ohof and rooms Mcdowell Nln opposite National All or should in to the news publishing of 1ms ordered the const of 25 torpedo boat she Evi Dently wants to have plenty of disarm ing a mortal on hand when she pets her great Universal peace project into oper Tiik experts of the Nicart Luau canal commission fifty that it will Cost to build the ship there is Little doubt that it will to built us it Iota necessity to the government and to the Commerce of the we think of the valor and skill of our shown in the of the country from the time of the revolution Down to the present and we remember that our shipbuilders Are the Peers of the Best anywhere else in the is it any wonder that to chafe under the humiliation of the fact that Over 00 per of our imports and of ports Are carried in foreign and less than 10 per in american ves Sels the late James Blaito fore shadowed the annexation of Hawaii and the philippine islands in an editorial in a Maine years before to be came prominent As a to scorns like inspired prophecy when Road in connection with recent the time would come when the United states would have Tojo Largo its if it was to hold its fair share of the Commerce of the and pointed out that Hawaii and the Philip Pines wore within the natural sphere of our and predicted that it would become absolutely necessary for this country to control the Philippines As the key to the Trade of the what shall to do with our convicts this is a question which now occupies the minds of our prison especially so since our convict labor Laws it would if Pennsylvania could put its convicts to work tit some outdoor employment which would not compote with free Penitentiary farms in the wilderness portions of the to Good institutions on which the convicts could work at and from which they could to sent in detach ments to improve the the con vict labor question does not cause much anxiety in Tho state of in that Commonwealth Tho convicts Aro obliged to they Aro not penned up in unproductive As Well As Tho Mississippi convicts Aro put to work in Tho open which is a Good thing for their in late years Thoj raised Cotton on Tho state penitentiary1 but when Cotton prices became so Low As to make Tho convicts work they were set to work raising a crop of and now convict hogs Aro be ing sent to Tho now Orleans the state makes a profit out of its pork producing Marine obstacles encountered by Amer ican coming Tho republicans of West East and will hold their primaries in Tho school House at Maysville on Satur january at 7 Oclock by Ordo of Burnott and barn Tho Republican primaries of Hickory for Tho Spring of Fotiou will to hold As follows Northeast and cast at 5 school from 2 to i Oclock Northwest and Southwest at their respective precincts from 4 to 7 january candidates will Peluso hand in heir it new to the committee on or before Tho 80th j there to Load with Laws will protect Casper Miller and John lung ill Tho raiders of this paper will to pleased to learn that Thorn is at least one dreaded disease that science has Boon Able to euro in All its and that is hulls Catarrh cure is the Only positive euro now known to Tho medical Catarrh being u constitutional a constitutional hails Catarrh cure is taken acting directly upon Tho blood and mucous surfaces of the thereby destroying the foundation of Tho and giving the patient strength building up the Constitution and assisting nature in doing its the proprietors Havo Faith in its curative that they offer for any Case that it fails to Send for of testimony k Chunky sold by hulls family pills Are he Lullus in six distressing kidney and bladder diseases relieved in six hours by Tho now croat Trouth american kidney it is Groat Surprise on account of its exceeding promptness in relieving pain in the kidneys and in Malo or heliotes retention of water almost if you want Quick Relief Zutl euro this Tho sold by Blu we syn team of Akita that a High lie Tell Rel san Len huh Nch Hof Aii Loti nor Iowne of it is not a comprehensive philosophy that to pcs no note of nationality and assumes that sentiment does not affect International we Foo it is Well to belie to in Tho goodness of our sister it is Wise to consider that each must care for and Plain to see that this is largely done by Pri vate persons Whoso trades give the Chance and suggest Tho service which is loyally Hume Lin remarked Tho Public becomes powerful in pro portion to the opulence and extensive Commerce of private where nature can exert her Powers she is always there is a Law of brotherhood and Law of let none imagine that Ono who would not take advantage of his brother would not overreach or overthrow a ship insurance is an important element of Groat san it is therefore to be regarded As a National not to to spout in the strengthening of in sweeping them off the Eca by discriminative Premium that n rival a Avion be expected to use its underwriting Power otherwise is quite this is How rival ship insurance works a search for Hull says american to foreigner for will you insure my John Paul Jones we Are pretty Busy insuring our own Yon i dont Core Why dont Yon go to your own offices to have but and i am looking for lower she classed it in Moritas or and Vav hats Tho stand in stands Al in the Keo Ord name u rate you we cant underwrite the Lloyds is stand Ard with i will be candid with to do not discriminate against you to do our own people they give us our they have to run ships against and you should have your own under we cant help you keep ships it if our people Are to lose thereby Evon Tho slightest if to make a it will Boa Good round perhaps to cant do i shall Havo to look Good on reflection american makes a virtue of necessity and gives his ship to a Homo of lid lad noticed that Oil the hikes foreign insurance companies and even Lloyds wore freely under writing american and to thought it would to easy getting Ohep insurance for Hie ship to run in Tho for eign by his How be Learned that a distinction is made Between underwriting Domestic Rallio and foreign on Tho lakes american vessels run Between our own ports protected from foreign compete Lloyds can insure our hulls there and their hurting British shipping or injuring its sea keeping it is different on Tho there they want no Yankee risks and take none that will part a fiber in Tho British a Hustle for it Tho next want of american is a cargo for his she was a present from his John to would like to show her off in she in built of Wood and is a lot us How will he got her across Tho Atlantic buy n cargo or go in there is no other Way not ton to take Stool ship plates to Belfast and thence in nearly All our exports to Liverpool Are engaged for shipment at Interior property to Start through by or Lake vessel and rail or to an Atlantic port and thence across by practically our transatlantic Carriage both ways is All in the Bonds of foreign Toam even n foreign sailing ship has Only Tho slightest Chance for a Cliar that americans ship Cost him nothing will not help him Ono Par Ticle to got n Load for to will Havo to end his ship to Tho Pacific to ban with Grain or our his ship in getting and taking cargo to Pacific coast foreign Votsos being Dull Rod there voyages around Cupo Horn to being too Long and irregular for Aro loft to sailing so it is possible Tho Paul Jones May got an engagement by going Miles for now Whitt Tho Jonos is in san fran what is the situation in Tho last year ending Juno total of 185thins loaded with Grain or hour for Kuro Jio As follows 10 ital Lii 7 0 u 2 i inc r i lit i n lit Ivo thus to beat Tho it Tho can got n Load in the year to to May boat the to Hope Sho will but to Havo known of Many Superior american ships having waited Tho greater part of a some for Over n year and several our two and three years of ready Lud willing to accept rates of freight i5 and 45 Pur cent below Tho Standard of British Iron or american got his ship free of Cost from in if another one should make him a gift of Tho expense for Crest and provisions Whilo she loads and performs Tho voyage would it heir to got a charter to has friends who think they to Oculi out freights to the Bat what would that effect mis fax Kef fhe the shipper says f never loaded the i question it my consignees would accept How does Ehe class at Lloyds or in Veritas Kot in either of those we dont want have her surveyed and bring a and i May talk fur the ship is certificate a the broker ties a Gram is sent at owners expense to Olarti if consignees will accept they dont want the their writers dont care to cover cargo american ships As Long As British can to the Market is Dull and the last sales showed that Grain in american ships was of slow Sale it some loss of id Vintage says get Tho cargo insured in american they will gladly take the that will not we could under the rules of the Corn sell it on passage if not covered by Brit ish i declare the British really have us bottled tip and 1 shall sell Tho John Paul Jones right away to the first Frenchman or italian whose ship Protection will enable him to pay something for Shn is Worth nothing to an and i think my uncles knew the foregoing hypothetical experience shows in reality Tho the order of established by Tho British to prevent american Competition and participation in the Calico ruins Grain Trade and to drive our ships out of it proves the Absurdity of Tho common1 place rot that cheaply built beg Garly wages for niggardly diet and mean management Are All that to need to solve Tho shipping it that Tho to be removed Are not in our As alleged but in thu Testivo systems of foreign against which to have no Bompensa counteraction or Silks and America n hymn Krable slow lit the Date is doubtless within the experience of Many comparatively Young dry goods men when the impression pervaded the Trade that Only the or grades of silk could be successfully nud profitably manufactured in this at that time the american manufacturer was supposed to Havo the ability to turn out cheap goods of in different pattern and color but beyond that Many Well informed silk people entertained the idea that it was impossible to if this is True concerning Broad Silks and it is oven More noticeably so of pile this end of the silk Industry has been developing for a number of but within 18 months it has made More Advance than in five years pre the More ample Protection offered by the last Tariff legislation is the direct cause of this it has placed american made velvets on a footing with american and has completely revolutionized Tho velvet Trade in this the fallacy of underestimating the american As a silk manufacturer is shown by the glorious showing of the year now nearing its the value of american Broad velvets and rib Bons turned out in 1898 will approximate a remarkable show ing As Only 15 years previous Tho entire output of american loonie employed in the production of Silks nud velvets was Only Chicago dry goods ask a fair american Viii of to do Coin pared to fort1 there was one Thuy lacking among the distinctively american characteristics of the elaborate banquet recently tendered to major general Miles by 700 prominent citizens of new Tho event wan in Honor of the general com manding Tho american armies in Tho recent War with and on such an occasion it would Havo been eminently fit that american wines should have a place on Tho very elaborate but they did there was an abundant variety of wines with foreign but not Ono among Tho Many Choice vintages of Ola rots and Lur Mulios that boar american labels and Havo obtained a reputation equal to that of the imported wines served at this Thoro is not an american concern of prominence that would not Welcome such an Opportunity to com Paro and contrast its wines with those of foreign it is this kind of Opportunity thut the american producer seeks and should lot our Wius of Domestic Vintage have fair show and sound or fall according to their merits or managers of strictly american banquets should see to it that Tho Opportunity is not conclusive what better proof could to Given of Tho of protective Tariff imports Stop Home production starts prices go Down steadily exports begin and enormously today we Are in a fair Way to Supply Tho world with steel wire it is a repetition of Tho Ope Rieuo with steel and the lesson is now being repeated with tin already tin plate appears Moug the exports from Tho United and still Tho democratic party in its last National convention declared against u protective Yonkers if under thu oing Luy Tiu it to Export Worth my Ruff manuf autumn goods thai slut Noil Hugo we it in order that we May Export lets Sool who was it that if to can do More carting with a horse than a Goat what is Tho cud of the dissolution Sale of for the past thirty Days has Beena grand our efforts have been responded to by one of the largest months business we have Ever in fact we have so much business on heavy Winter goods that we have been unable to give our leather goods the proper this great Dis solution is drawing nearer the never in the history of the shoe buying Public have Good honest shoes been sacrificed As they have been at this every pair inst be sold not a pair will be for the past thirty years this House has been the leading shoe Center and carried by far the largest and our reputation for honest merits is we needed Money e need some Cut it will be Money in your pocket to Call on us if you Are needing in and look Over we will assure you kind no trouble to show you the yours the old reliable shoe

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