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   Tyrone Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 11, 1888, Tyrone, Pennsylvania                                tV LV sV Tyrone Wi ntfle 2 dciitii j MtWtat by 40 emits i ly pur tjuntlor H WitltKLt BVAM In CllyJSdllof fcttd HbHalloiWIthe fiAJW of wny ba Riven him on Iho street of loft At the unit All bnalitfeiw ihlning to Iho oltlco by him will blml at the who ircmibBortlrtim to tlio wftoklyHfifiAM And doslhs lo tiilto luo BAIM Ilfitutti Injun Will Mdclvo oroillt on Iho books of tho dally for fttiy mount that tuny bo due them on account of mlvduco symeht to Hio THE DAttv bogrtns wltii ft corim oC five oar who will bo In chrtjtfo of Cloment ojirrler for weekly HERALD mjvoral yearn It IK our rtoslru Mint pfilronarocolvn tholr imimr toil lo thin end any noKllgonco on part of carrier will lio looked af tnr at If reported to tbo chiefof car city editor or nt tho AUGUST WELCOME The American nation bclokls it has never seen the return of an American patriot who had a Presidency offered him which he de clined for his countrys and in order that he might and lead on to the policy of protecting American industries against the free introduction of foreign pro ducts into our home He comes back in the midst of a Presiden tial campaign to contribute to the sup port of Harrison and Morton all his great personal influence and and all his mental and physical resour ces as an unequalled political orator on the side of protection to American in The great secret of Elaines phenomenal popularity consists in his loyalty to his devotion to its principles and xcal for its He has done more to popularize the American policy of protection and make it national than any other alive or lie is being received with special fervor of admiration for the noble and and truly American and Re publican spirit lie has There is a unanimity of national lias and brought admirers from every State in Iho Union to welcome jiim His welcome home has never had its Corno American citizen lias ever received an ovation by such hosts of from the northern and middle as assembled yesterday in Yorkto welcome him It is a clear demonstration that his services to the country at as a representa tive have been even more notable and praiseworthy than his manifold and able services to the Re publican pnrtjvwhose policy and prin ciples hehas so long and ably For whether at home or abroad his voice arid influence have been power fully everted for the advocacy and fur therance of those principles and that policy which have made the United States the most prosperous nation on the face of the earth His welcome home by the greatest host that ever greeted a citizen can only be explained by his being the most bril and purtimvciaus exponent of tho American system of protection to everything American againat every thing when placed in compel with what is And during tho coming his unequalled logic am commaiuVmg eloquence on the issues of the will bo tho con version of American raw maloiial into manufactured goods for American con sumption by tho labor of American and the investment of Amori capitaliii American that will build up and strengthen tho lean will bo the Alpha ant Omegiv of everything that Blainti will advocate in tho coming And this isthe secret of his and of this welcome home to his native The true dcllnitioii and modulus of this toftn la not cidnrly ahil intelli Ktititly ututeratood it otiffht A Blven thing la by its creator and maker for agiven and when makes it to suit that he then de signs It for that use and for no But it may be used for criminal and sinful purposes and in that sense no man can say it was predestined for that A knife is made to cut and for domestic and other useful and its structure best answers that But it is taken and used to inflict for which it was never destined nor So with a It was constructed and built for peaceful and commercial pur but it is bought or seized and used as a piratical and murderous for which it was not None of these things weredestinod beforehand by their makers to be used for the pur pose to which they are The term predestination can only be applied to the uses of an object for which it was specially constructed by nature arid When a man performs the and lives the life ho was construct ed and designed to then he fulfills his can be ap plied to When a man uses his lungs to breathe free his stomach to digest pure drinks and and his limbs for the purpose they were intend then lie also fulfills the destiny for which God had predestinated those or God predestined and designed the human body to be healthy and hap py constructed it so as to be healthy and and adapted every organ for a use that would help to make it So with the human was created and predestined bu intelligent and and Gotl gave it powers well adapted to promote that Thus God predestined the human soul for and tho purpose and destiny are accomplished when all the condi tions are PIICENIX PARK pastor of the Presbyte rian church at and Miss principal of schools were in tho Friday as the guests of Needed street sprinkler for the Park What does Council mean that she dont take some action for the comfort of our Nemo call your crowd and go at The farmers are about done their hay cutting and are crying for Well tffeal tithe east 6f WlU light ttestNtyed the ittg mills ot ttull the store of ABntif Hud adelphift and Erie railroad The hotel of Aaron Koons was damaged Fire engines were sent from Villiamsport ami but did not arrive In time to be of any The loss of Ftull i9 000 insurance Henderson Sons loss is The total loss is close Trains were delayed tot over an hour on the Philadelphia and Erie CLOTHING GENTS FURNISHING Jesso of Whilfleld announces that he will be the Republican candidate for Uover rior to oppose Governor Ho says ho does not expect to be but party will make no nomina tion he proposes to run to preserve the party The of vestibule is now by Alfred Judge TrunUeys was commissioned Thursday fey Governor James of tUe life despaired of days te BOW who aint J Dow nes is putting the liuishmg touches on his The pay car tickled tho boys im thu hill Foreman is doing Centre IM unity in grand style for Harrison and Morion Nemo was the only of the Park that enjoyed the Biaine Here it is again Marty McLain lost another horse Thursday tho on the Park Value no in Yes once was David Gardner has retired from the railroad and goes to to accept a position on the Uooi Dont forget the grand festival a Olivia Saturday evening Iho 1 will be moonlight and a pleasant drive for ye men of Tlio now road to tlio Park is pushed right Fire is doing its work on tho hills nua the Fruit iaa grand failure in this section this NKW August TheilogoTf the steamship City of New York shows that her greatest daya run was on the when she made and tho smallest run on the first when she made On the second day she lay to 12 hours whileshe was under going caused by tho bursting of n vacuum On the third amlfouvth days she encountered head but after that site bad fine Biaine in excellent health on the way was the central figure in the entertainment of the passengers John Ilengsteller and brother and both over seventy years of died at the same hour Thursday at West The remains of Father Key ran OBranigan were Interred at Sharon Bishop of conducted the and the fu neral was very largely A great deal of talent is lost in the world for want of a little Every day sends to their graves a num ber of obscure men who have only re mained obscure because their timidity has prevented them from a first Of the ends to bo kept in all are unimportant compared with the end of character making and yet char acter making is an end wholly unrecog It is never knowledge which is the moving agent in but it is always the feeling which goes along with that knowledge or which is excited by A large promise without performance is like a false fire to a great which dischargeth a good expectation with a bad I will foretliink what I will that I may prom ise but what I will while my words are led by and fol lowed by my I shall bo careful in my and just in their per I had rather do arid not promise than promise and not The the the most manent pleasures are those which are not but which come from the faithful fulfillmentof lifes duties aM Indeed eager search after pleasure in any direction is always because it implies a condi tion of mind to which enduring happi ness is a Selfishness and en oymont may dwell together for a brief but the latter will soon wither uvay under the scorching influence of the We have jttst received from tho Eastern Markets the kABGEST and CHEAPEST Stock of Boys and CLOTHING GAPS AND GENTS FURNISHING WOPS EVER BEOUGHT TO CALL AND EXAMINE At VOGTS RELIABLE CLOTHING COKNICR MAIN In addition to lila lino of Groceries Dry MAKES A 81KOIALTV OF QUEENS and lio Is Agont for tlio IMPROVED PEERLESS STEAM Agononil lino of always on FINKST OOLD WATCHES JV 1 CAKE IUVKN1 TO Tim Gl AND WARM HldAlKIiNG IKKNK ON SHOHl XOTICK JlYMtf K KXBCV WALTON Main THE OLD RELIABLE MEAT 130 MAIN Hiipplluil with H MUTTOB Give me a aud re ceive satisfaction in every GEORGE r tho best cook u rc an ice cream or si o to FALL AND MERCHANT All the LATEST and BEST SUIT nt the lowest Prompt attention Riven to all and satis faction GRAY 7 LANKS FOVM1UY ANU KOONS r O N F E CO QNERY Wholesale and Retail DEAL1SH IN 30 MAIN Wholusalu Dopt and 5 UNI ATA At Reduced Prices Fur tho next 30 days wo will soil you lightweight goods at a big I SLIPPERS from LaillyS OXFORDS from Ladies and Mens Fine Dress Shoes for MADtllNK lltOX OH UUilVr OH Suw SwlmriUK 6 All kinds of SnpplloV on Iron Iliio Sight vjoil Mnolilne Tulopbono BftT I BOOTS 10 IMS It CIIEAPE1I tluui any other llouso in Call and uxainino niy alool and loam Doul look at my shiw window Vonrs OLTOSLTE SCHOOL I tQ rtaroinUterea couaemnea WBU was GmcliiatollillwloliUilaCollogoonMmnniioy 30 I liolilliiK Ljruut to buyur I HO KufnnPI in nil Hues ol OuniHMl iincl Urlod I lIC IViUUul UlUUulJ qiiuuiiMwuro anil Wood unil Flour iiiul Do you know w hurts thu Mpilul UrocoiV It In tho old Study Urooory Corjiorol MiiliiHiul Juulivlu uniloi1 Iho prosunt uuiiuitjoiiiuiUot Bolivery to any part of tlio city and When you can comojtlowu town drop in When you couio to the city visit Highest market prices for Country AND Toilet Combs Fine Perfumes Kiende BREAD Special attention given Kl Harry Cutler Gas and Steam Gaa ana Klectnc lion ana Sewer Lampsj Jand   

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