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Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - June 16, 1884, Wellsville, New York 4. 190. WELLSVTLLE, F. MONDAY JUNE 16, 1884. Copy 2 * W. P. * don't W. a pU to Stock of * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * lie is LOW and be N. - 0100,000. N. U. H. w. P. K. J. A. 11. for nny its and ri all e Voik M. of n. ON tlie Lowest tiie in town to buy in dealing Money and Live AL U m a of and in promptly and aad aU N. W. AND 25 known at ore you can have your choice of Select Wc net at these Good Suit Worth OO for OO 9 OO 5 OO II OO G OO 1'} OO a from 75 to Worth from 25 to 57 carry ft line and Furnishing a full AP lio nil my iiK Give u be wu what FRANK G. 0 R vI c i f I n k n A. Express han dispelled aw to itH in the by out for Blaine and Logan and declaring iot the The is ns it is and the Express will a of on the his familiar Miscellany in last the bows himself out for tho of tho and plainly that the department will not by Mr. hm loDg an attractive feature of the and it to be regretted that the gifted writer contemplates talked He can't the Spring and Received MERCHANDISE a Democracy are Hure to have a healby row at Cleveland now the fair choice of the in the but just as evidently ib to be through itt Saratoga by customary machine methods and made appear as favorite Then the fun will begin in The perfect harmony within the family will then pod out and the chorus of overflowing happiness will be borne the breezey to after tlie of a mild Thk the family joy at itn is made that iu sections of the country a determined will made to boycott r's and the Y. because three journals oppose Some headway can doubtless be at it is very doubtful whether lauy outward demonstration of that j kind can ever bo in this i a chronic I scoUl and kicker and can do little i will sell Just as long as it swings ' keen blade in whether anybody it or while the Y. will receive its or later on in the when trusting conclude it other But the influence for whatever if may prove to on account of the pursued by these papers will remain to the end of the than Bros Old the maid witu and late without the Ima or 110 kilt of 1^50 Or growing leaf alone to It In Ita hiding place Wit h and I onn whow Joys and hopes are then it as all maidens put the t in her Bhe said none the charm one did not The was tho M. FREE TRADE Talk from an English of our Free-trade who are fio fond of echoing Mr. one misleading setting forth the brought about by Free Trade in England to the working wiH bot find much encouragement in the following which we clip from the of May working have had enough of It is now to preach faith and patience to What faith can they have in pro every one of been by and can substitute for They see the of sinking into the of mere importers of boots see English sugar and replaced by those of foreigners who receive state In tho form of bounties to enable them to undersell employers in home French silks replacing In the shop the which used to come from the now looms of Conventry and see foreign produce carried on English railways at or slightly more than the rates demanded of the struggling English farmer and eee the very states owe most to and are most in England's most forward in singling out for the of the one nation upon whose custom they are dependent for their long when a member of the stafT was writing letters from the nf and relating exactly what ho without the slightest color one way or the the Free-trade press of the United States very generally denounced the statements as though they never brought forward the slightest 8titistlcal evidence to support their the myH of the present condition of England is all and much might Too much Free Trade has destroyed her And when we see the industries of the greatest manufacturing country in the world being destroyed by foreign by the competition of countries that take care Urst to secure their own against foreign is it net time to cry halt to any party who propose to lian J over most valued of all home thai of the for spoliation TO N. S. - Rnd nil on - wilh for June 15.Thirteen of in of police the streets Friday night with banners and They were arrested and fined iii sums of live to Tho company is of six men and seven All but one woman were unable to pay and went to the workhouse in it is said they were to suiTer for the glory the and Ciottoli at house on ti Mow Editor of the past live always of most as wdt ofa It never to a speedy My to whom l bave ol it in the high been cured by it of cough 1 have had for live I it only reliable sure lor at E. B. s 8i/.e f 1.00. COOL Employed by greeted the middle of the month of Juno with decided or vloo and tho saints shivered In the Furs were not but might have been It being the height of the season for and as well for garden the praise of was in the more at the Methodist where day was the .in the Mr. Beecher spoke to the young people about the terrible condition of those who have their minds and He told them how people got into this and how they might avoid it. Tho was upon the Childhood to Manhood in L 18,11. In the evening the sermon was on and from tho remember words of the Lord how he It is more blessed to give to Acts 20,25. These three were enlarged 1, We can only we have 3, We have received in order to It is better to give than to He that would enter into the joy of must receive his and know the sweetness of being a the iu the morning the pastor spoke on Power of Law Acts 19,25. ye know that by this craft we have our preaching was making dull business for the sliver shrine makers of The appeal to pocket Is a strong one but woe to any business that can be harmed by the preaching of the shrines or selling Most political appeals are based on but cloaked in of as Demetrius cloaked his in words of religious So forms of error appeal in the name of some in the name of ligious so also Sabbath Demetrius appealed to city pride tie do the of liquor shops sold in or grass growing on Main But a baa no right to consult he umst avoid a godless and that his above evening discourse was in a certain a continuation of same subject from Micah 0,8, iti which the Lord's are said to do to and to walk humbly with thy The passage was and to the present political consults asks only is it Sumner was instanced as type of a just Evidently Elder no sy with either the an or but will vote and work for the nominee of the Prohibition and he would lead flock with him far as he the Methodist church our reporter accounts for the morning service In the evening the Mr. Stevens spoke from Hebrew 2,;;, Great Man's salvation is a plan of Only a divine power is competent to so great a The gospel that is in Jesus must have a divine In this plan of we may be agents to carry it Good of prominent business men said to us other spring my got lal run down and could not eat any your 1 saw a of Hood's in the and 1 got a After she taken it a week nhe had a and did her took three and it was three dollars 1 ever
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