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   Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - June 16, 1884, Wellsville, New York                                 S'S  Vol. 4. Wo. 190.  WELLSVTLLE, F. Y., MONDAY JUNE 16, 1884.  Singlo Copy 2 Centr  S-U-P-P-O-R-T  HOME MllflUPKTUfiES  * « » ■» « ■ » « # * «.. , « *  * W. P. (l,--aAlH:i.-ANI>-(iIUP *  o ;- fJíílAIlS- : o *  .» »»«»»■«« » » * if. And, don't iH-^hnuiV f^off tnlk,  TklANUKACfURKJ) BY  , - I'liiOr, (»¡icra Hiiii.-« IJUick.  April Cf.-pi. tf.  J. W. CALLMAN,  OrrOSITK fiWIFT'S Mil,!;,  lies a f'on pU to Stock of Frolli  » * * » í> » « * * * * » * « *  * «• * * * -Yr * v.- * * * » * » * »  GÍIOCERIBS  Wliich lie is o(Tc,rh)i' at  VERY LOW PRICES.  Call and be Convinced.  ST  National Bank,  WEI.LSVILLE, N. Y, CAPITAL, - 0100,000.  FT. N. LKWIfl. -W.F. .lOi.'KS, -F. U. FirUMAN, -  I'rcaiJcntT V^ice-rreftldcnt, Ciwhicr,  PIUKCTOUS:  H. H. I.KWIF. w. P. JONÍ--Í, WM. COBB, K. J. FAKNl'M, A. 11. HII.U  Tbìb iDPlitution hs!« rrnjiio fncilitirn for tran.''-actlng^ nny niom-lary btisinrps, Drnt."? ilbcrally ■srith its oiií4toin(TK, and Ui\itt ri rit«>initB iroio all cliL'St e dc^iriHK- UünkiiiB neconin'.oilationM.  I-ínv¡ífn I'xi hiuifr? lindPiu aire tor ea'.o  0» fsi]>;qruli!e terms.  licvf Voik (•«rri>-jii)f:i!'.-u',s—Fili-t uUd CfUtlsU  P. M. SMITH, Proprietor  fOid ccnu-r rtriud of .K n. Uoutilifl)  Only- Olici'oe Meats  KEPT ON SALIi.  And tlie Lowest Prices.  " P.M.SMITH-  DP  ARROrii CO,  Store,  H abholutely tiie H.^st Piaco in town to buy (Troci'rii'8. lit'CriuiiO in dealing t.i>ci'<i yuii can  Save Money and Live Well  Oar "HOY AL (ilFT' Flour, iiiadesolely frotn Minnosota Sprinii U lieat, m a littk' aliejui of anythuiiijet introilniH'd.  sroc.k alwavs fr.-sh and comp.letQ in TeaM, Forni:;a.f.nd DonK'»tiQ  . Fruits, (.'anued otc.^ etc.  TcleplioiK» order.s promptly and ^atis-  factoriir deiivered.  APPLHBHIC, UAUHOW & CO.,  ffloriisons Liinibei íard  vrbol.'Ml^ aad Iri-tRÌl dm-er inU-^i' r«( aU ...........................KipiiS. . ......  The Reporter.  (»TKMT AVrmttOOP,)  WKLmviLLn:, N. Y.'  Enos W. Barnes,  EniTon AND risoritiKTnH.  i^uBfiOHii-rioN 25 (-RfiTt! pr.ti -Mc.vrH. tlBiníf lliitcp iMH'lo known at thu  J,  -":-A-T- : -  s  !  Wh ore you can have your choice of a  #ir5,000 ^toelv oí'  To Select from. Wc will- net "be Undersold  Look at these Quotations:  A Good Suit Worth $6 OO for $3 OO 9 OO " 5 OO ■' II OO G OO •• 1'}■ OO " a OO  Pants from 75 Cts. to $4 OO, Worth from $1 25 to 57 OO.  We ftl.so carry ft fint' line of  Hats. Caps, and Gents' Furnishing Goods.  ATso a full lint! of  f ATCflES • AP ■ JEWELEY!  To lio ali!«'1<) stipi)Iy nil my dN'i i'lfl  ir.cMds ! hf^iuiip iiK i)f fiiil Give u (-.lii Hii'l be coiiviiiiXLl tlmt wu dojii.-t what w<' u<!v' ^t;^(•.  LEVI FRANK & CO.,  fitPUBllCllHJMIililTIOIS.  FOR PKKHtDKNT,  JAMES G. BLAINE.  »  f 0 R vI c i : -1' f {k .s I n k n t,  JOHN A. LOGAN.  Thk HufTalo Express han dispelled all.doubts aw to itH courwe in the cur-rout cainpaffin by couiiui? pquureiy out for Blaine and Logan and declaring iisolf iull\ fnlii-ted iot the war. The docinion is tinu'ly ns it is Ronsible, and the Express will proye a hl^juiflcant Icvor of etrcngftli on the rifiiit-fide.  In his familiar Miscellany in last Saturday'B (JaztUe the Ucv. Thos. K, Jieecher bows himself out for tho re-luainder of tho campaign, and plainly intimates, that the department will not a^ain bt" fllled by him. Mr. Boech-erV "ciaturday Miscellany" hm loDg be«n an attractive feature of the (Ja-zctte, and it i.s to be regretted that the gifted writer contemplates it» ponua-nant abandonment. Mr, Heenher shoulil l)e pi-verely talked to. He can't bet^pared.  For the Spring and Siuuni'-r Tnui  Just Received at  GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORE.  EW BTTLliS IX  DRY GOODS,  and a üu^asKortment of  Thk Democracy are Hure to have a healby row at Saratoga, Evit'ently Cleveland i.s now the fair choice of the [i.<iriy in the Htate, but just as evidently h." ib to be |)ut through itt Saratoga by tl'e customary machine methods and made tV) appear as ^Sew York'n favorite Mill.' Then the fun will begin in earn-f^t. The perfect harmony within the ! i'MOOcrntic family will then pod out T<j f!ill [»roportionn, and the chorus of thei/ overflowing happiness will be borne f-n the breezey to Ohitiago after tlie uiauner of a mild cyclone. Thk Kkfoki'KR wiphe.s the hapi)y family abimd.-t'ii joy at itn pifueefal pro,-»pt'cit.  Thk nntionnnenient is made that iu varioui^ sections of the country a determined elTort will t»e made to boycott f!,;rjn r's Wc.ekhf, Vncl; and the iV, Y. TUnr;:, because the.-^e three journals eonspicuc.uily oppose Blaine. Some headway can doubtless be nmde at ! this, l)ul it is very doubtful whether lauy outward demonstration of that j kind can ever bo succerftful in this i juntry. Harpr/'s Weekli/ i.s a chronic I scoUl and kicker and can do little harm; i I'ttck will sell Just as long as it swings ' (1. keen blade in it.s cartoons, whether anybody like.s it or not, while the iV. Y. Tiniis- will receive its chiefesti"jury or punishtnont later on in the deal, when trusting Republicana conclude n<)t t« tieliq it ; aiiy but take  some other pa'|>er. But the influence for evil, whatever if may prove to be, on account of the courgo pursued by these papers will doubtlesa remain sub-, stantiully utudiecked to the end of the canva.':;p. '  Thios.  Cheaper than Ever. ,IS~F¡sh0r Bros Old Stand.  The Four-L©af Clover.  U)ng scarchcd the maid witu wmny hair, i^carrlifìd long- and late without rtespatr; S'enrrhed througn the flPldg—isearchrt rrèry-  N'o Ima or flower, 110 kilt of 1^50 Or growing ronlfl «-»npilng be, Tlih leaf alone «ho wtHhed to sea  found It In Ita hiding place ; Wit h I.'uiiihing volc-e and Hmlllng fao.« "c;o<kI luck," Bhfl said, "wUI cotob apac?."  "Good luck," tlio leaQet liniiji It.a hcsid I Jkc onn whow Joys and hopes are d«»a<l; '•A HTiiool-girl'H fancy," then it satdL  The .s;xmc as all f.ilr maidens do, Nlio put the t reasure in her shoe; 'HJood luck," Bhe said "wUl «otos irojn you."  And tnie—let none the charm assail-In one short, yoar—lt did not fall— The iiiald was wixl-so run.s tho tale.  J. M. lloffttuin.  HOW FREE TRADE WORKS.  Plain Talk from an English Newspaper.  Some of our Free-trade cotemporar-iea, who are fio fond of echoing Mr. tHlTen'rt one -.«hied nntl misleading Htate-ment setting forth the beneflts brought about by Free Trade in England to the working claasop, wiH bot find much encouragement in the following extract, which we clip from the Sheffleld Tefajraph of May ;J:  Our working iieoplc have had enough of prophecy. It is itlk* now to preach faith and patience to them. What faith can they reixsonably have in pro phecies, every one of wh'icli ha.-i been falHllied by eventN, and hovv can thry substitute {.atience for Fati^fying foodv They see the mfinufactnrers of boot» sinking into the comiition of mere importers of boots ; see English sugar re-ilnerles hbut up, and their^products replaced by those of foreigners who receive state Bubfitliea In tho form of bounties to enable them to undersell Kngli.«h employers in England'H home market.; ^ee French silks replacing In the shop wtndowB the fabric» which used to come from the now itlle looms of Congleton, Conventry and Maccles-ileld ; see foreign fnrni produce carried on English railways at half, or slightly more than half, the rates demanded of the struggling English farmer ; and eee the very states wiiich owe most to England, and are most in England's power, most forward in singling out for siieeial tax.vtion the manufacturerft of the one nation upon whose custom they are ab.solutely dependent for their solvency."  Not long since, when a member of the Pnss stafT was writing letters from the indust'ial district8 nf England, and relating exactly what ho saw, without the slightest color one way or the oUier, the Free-trade press of the United States very generally denounced the statements as untriie, though they never brought forward the slightest 8t«itistlcal evidence to support their position.  What the Shellleid Teleijraph myH of the present condition of England is all true, and much niore might l)o said. Too much Free Trade has destroyed her liome market. And when we see the industries of the greatest manufacturing country in the world being destroyed by foreign competition, by the competition of countries that take care Urst to secure their own market» against foreign invasion, is it net time to cry halt to any party who propose to lian J over xhe most valued of all home markets, thai of the IJnited iitates for Etiropean imlustrial spoliation :~l'hil. Prvss.  HOUSE TO RENT.  FASSETT HOUSE,  WELLSVILLE, N. Y., S. H, CAMPI^M: - Proprietor.  jer"Froa 'iiuato Rnd fnnji nil traies. Ouod  jBauiple-Koom» on lirdt Oo«t'........ - -  Ampio stAbl* ftccommodatlou esniiccKídl wilh tkobeu'iu .  Going.to,;Jail for Glory.  BiiFFALO, June 15.—Thirteen mem-btTM of tlitr hiilviitiou ariuv, in H[)iti' of police warning, parailed the streets Friday night with banners and druius^ They were arrested ye>t< rdiiy and fined iii sums of live to liittun" dollars. Tho company is compost'd of six men and seven women. All but one woman were unable to pay and went to the workhouse in default. . it is said they were wiHinii to suiTer for the glory x)f the (iause.  . ,--ti.lovoi4.fà.u,'.l.,Ìi-aai.v;r-3f' iii-Si'if .'Síikv-Little and Ciottoli at i>VanK Fisher's.  DvTelling house street. We!¡«ville.  to rent, on Bruad Eu<piM-e of_ ti ko. Mow Ki-i/.  An Eclltor's Tribute.  Thoron I'.. Keator, Editor of Fí. Wayue, Ind., í/cCf writt«.- . "Foi the past live yeuís íuive always iiscd Dr, KingV iN'evv Ditícovcry, fiir eough'p of most fU!Vi>.r<> c.baracter, as wdt «is trióse ofa niihier type. It never fail$ to elTect a speedy cure. My frieuds to whom l bave ri-coniuiended i' .-f)e¡t,k ol it in the .same high tonu<. Ilavíng been cured by it of evi?ry cough 1 have had for live years, I consiiler it tüe only reliable an<i sure «uiiv lor Uuughs, Uolde, ote." (JalJ at E. B. Hnll s i)mg Storé tó If'í'f 'ti' /^/W'ti'iKf iiartró. Larg« 8i/.e f 1.00.  A COOL SUNDAY.  Profitably Employed by Pastora.  Weilavüttt  Bunday greeted the middle of the month of Juno with decided coolness, or vloo versa. Samnior Vionnets looketl'-chilly, and tho saints shivered In the nuwarmed churches. Furs were not worn, but might have been comfortably. It being the height of the season for (hileieB and azaleas, as well a» for garden bcantieB, the praise of flower« was in the cluirohe.«», more eflpeoially at the Methodist church, where ohildrsn's day was enjoyed.  At the Oongregational churoh, .in the morning, Mr. Beecher spoke to the young people about the terrible condition of those who have their minds and consoienccB defiled. He told them how people got into this state, and how they might avoid it. Tho sertnon was upon the topic, "From Childhood to Manhood in lleliglous Character." L Cor. 18,11. In the evening the sermon was on "Giving and Keceiving,'* from tho words: "Anti remember tlio words of the Lord Jesus, how he said. It is more blessed to give tlurn to receive." Acts 20,25. These three part« were enlarged upon: 1, We can giv© only becanse we have received, 3, We have received in order to give. It is better to give than to receive. He that would enter into the joy of God, must receive his spirit, and know the sweetness of being a giver.  i\t the Bai)tis»; clmrcli iu the morning the pastor spoke on "The Power of Law Motive." Text, Acts 19,25. ''Sirs, ye know that by this craft we have our wealth." PanVs preaching was making dull business for the sliver shrine makers of Artemis. The appeal to th® pocket Is a strong one over, but woe to any business that can be harmed by the preaching of the truth—making shrines or selling Whiskey. Most political appeals are based on self-interest, but cloaked in phraae.i of patriotism, as Demetrius cloaked his in words of religious zeal. So forms of error appeal in the name of some shiniDg virltie, Mormoni-»m in the name of rf* ligious liberty, so also Sabbath broak-Ing. Demetrius appealed to city pride tie do the <lefender8 of liquor shops tc-day, "Liquor sold in Wellsville, or grass growing on Main St." But a rr-Ifgious iimn baa no right to consult ei* j)ediency, he umst avoid a godless buf-incHO, and vcn that his moiivea ar^ above reproach.  The evening discourse was truly, in a certain senee^ a continuation of th« same subject from anotlier text. Micah 0,8, iti which the Lord's requirement» are said to be, "to do justly, to lo%'© mercy, and to walk humbly with thy God,", The passage was explained, and apfdiod to the present political situation. Ju.stice ne%er consults policj', btit asks only is it right. Sumner was instanced as type of a just man. Evidently ttie Elder ha« no sy Wtpathy with either the Kepublic an or i>eujocratic p^trty, but will vote and work for the pridential nominee of the IN'atioual Prohibition Party, and he would lead hi.s flock with him a» far as he can.  At the Methodist church our reporter accounts for the morning service elsewhere. In the evening the llev. Mr. Stevens spoke from Hebrew 2,;;, "So Great Salvation." Man's salvation is a plan of God. Only a divine power is competent to so great a work. The gospel that is in Jesus must have a divine author. In this greiit plan of (iod we may be agents to carry it out.  A Good InVKrTMKXT.~()u« of ©«r prominent business men said to us tb« other day: 'in t)ie spring my wif« got lal run down and could not eat any thing; j)afsiuii your fctore 1 saw a pll» of Hood's SarBapariUa in the wiuisw, and 1 got a bottle. After she ha* taken it a week nhe had a rmtsiag ap-i)etite, and did her everything. Sh« took three bottles, and it was th« he«t three dollars 1 ever Inyesttd. 1.  Hood & Co., Lowell. Masa.  bat». F, W%T«iiaiiiir.  '■iJ 'fM   

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