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Kane Leader (Newspaper) - June 16, 1887, Kane, Pennsylvania VOL 51 KANE THURSDAY JUNE 16 1887 BUSINESS CARDS N M ORR KANE PENNA Law Office Fraley Street H BEMUS KANE PA HARRIET A KANE Office at residence KANE PA Children only for gen eral medical surgical treatment THOMAS L KANE PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON JAS MADE DEALER GROCERIES FLOUR FEED rigIll front EVAN ON KANE PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office st Drug Store Surgeon to P w R VTRS LOTTIE AND NOTIONS Ornamental stamping of all kinds G REEVES E L donu on short notice PA Residence and Store on Chase PA A fine stock of Millinery Goods p H It Sure P B B nnd KANE PA tram BOOTS SHOES GENTS FURNISHING GOODS Baled Hay and Straw BRICK LIME CEMENT PHOSPHATE Endeavor What thou Ipr thy 5834 0 Where nro many Thy hope should bring again The only record of my work tha O Conqueror of a thousand In dinted armor dight growths of amaranth Shall crown thy Duly the blossom of my widely in thu What is tho of thy saints 0 6011 who dost Where grow the ot thy In bool and sorrow What have for thy This Ward Howe OUR CINDERELLA liY THOMAS DUNN EXCUSE She was our nursemaid and a sort of factotum Wo thought we could scarce 7 get along without her And we called her Oar playfully not at all reproachfully Our COOK iad gone off and my wife JAMES Fraley Sired McDADE ought to bo said he a nnd very pretty at He did nat know her name bnt promised to find out I am bound to get acquainted with her and if shes all blood as her fee shell have me by Jove Il make her Mrs There was something go comical in the idea of a man choosing a wife by her cct that I laughed outright and al did came in a week after and among other things I him if 10 hnd found the young lady with the Ho nodded looked grave ud at onco began to talk about new in the shop one a in par It is I said but will not be for sale till next year I am getting up a slock If admire that so much you ought to look at ths one I have at my i with which sno only accepted at request She is quito my equal in spite of taking a nurses position rather than bo idle Her blue blood makes no you may as well understand I marry her and not hoi family a would TEACHING Tim BLIND A Reporters Visit to a School Of Sightless Pupils Interesting About tla Blind that are not Generally Known A New York Sim reporter has been visiting a school for tho blind We quote from his interesting account Tho superintendent was announced Tho reporter turned to tho blind ladies and thanked for their courtesy IIc unconsciously bowed low to their I ncy and they have been eyes M men nod and in Europe for the last late at tho telephone Tumia to Wil My wife was right about somo good B Wait he looked with ranch cu though it did into his eyes They were the eyes not take shape of a legacy On hii the seeing for 500 Exton handed me a paper Wonderful eyes they as sho consents ray wife if 8ho daughter of a street Of course all I could do was to con gratulate him and say no more But J told my wife about it when I got home remarked never do you say that a cant keep a secret do you suppose all this sewing and fixing has been for Ono reason why cases terminato that at first were not believed to bo serious is because patient and physicians neglect disease in its firet and taint At tack They wait until tuo enemy is well into the citadel and then they find it very to him When a strong man not prone to coddle himself and weakly yield to every pain or ailment a man of to his bed and complains of being ill it is cer tain that something serious is impond in Tf height of folly for tho haunt to Ai proud M nns That to gold dayi But night f Jt is I should very much like to EOO ho said That is easy I replied 1 dme at three on Sunday If you come then and take dinner with mo Ill show you the fuschia and something handsomest baby in New Thla IN Ing tube rigl Lo J A VOLLMER ly J PHYSICIAN KANE PA over Gillis Drug i Y JONES JUSTICE OF THE TRACK Office In KANE PA I NO A M ELL ARCH KANE PA Deeds Ac ami whl n prompt In residence BUCKTAIL HOTEL RESTAURANT RE LOOKER PROPR Warm Meals it Lunches nt nil hours for accom of those having horses BACKUS GORTON and Counsellors at Law SMETHPORT PA it the time undertook to get 01 breakfast She succeeded after a fashion but she so covered her usually neat per son with ashes and coal smut mr little daughter called her and the stuck The wny we got w is this Our boy baby hnd fo be out in the air and my wife j and admired the totty Bought in the Etons praise of and florist successor to Jud the child quite won my wifes heart that as the seed shop was good business and the With said Exton Tho plant is attractive and the Exton according to invitation After dinner and he had ex greenhouses were run to their full ca as were able to keep a cook and a chambermaid we might as well go farther and have a regular Fronch bonne with ribbons and a cap like a new pudding bag to wheel little Mnr oo the sidewalk Thus wc could add to the comfort of the family an admiring population and show Mr ho anid I have robbed your boy of his nurse and ho has he ped mo to a wife so I owo him some reparation I invested twentyfive hundred dollar to bo paid him when ho conies of age along with ita lated interest and this makes you trus tee It is not much but it wit help with may add to it to give the young man a York Mer cury it and SEWING MACHINES PA baby of the growing two plants on one stalk I suggested in turn that wc hnd better mova out to the garden where there was a handsome house for which I had not been able to secure a Here my better half interposed a Jud kins hnd been born and bred in the city nnd in the city sho would livo and die Like her father the late Jlr Jarman there was no over coming her onco expressed resolution At length this settled by 1 compromise I didnt get F bonne but I 11 second floor of promptly to A H BRADFORD PA Will attend to work In gr Knno Will slop when nt Kane nt house of D JI Uio school NEW GROCERY re n upon n one of amateur ni it A young girl fresh from who spoke English very well but a lit tic stilted as she school THE BROWN FRONT GEO II WAR HEN PA Fine sample rooms HOUSE Mns C KINO per day it at situation as as I a STOCK of GROCERIES and PROVISIONS Emm DAILY MK D MATHEWS N GREENLUND IA FOLKMAN WELL DRILLER Keystone Portable Steam Drill Artistical Photographer N K WENDELBOE WARREX PA Tiie Store icr WALL and in Warren full assortment oti hand MT JEWETT Dealer in nil kinds of Merchandise 8hocs Clothing auad Notions of nil kinds J BURDICK Life and alers in Organs p PROP Scipio Fraley Street PA poo A SPECIALTY All work guaranteed THE PLACE No 331 EL was looking for a teacher She hnd good lions nnd wai vouched for as u c by the German consul who was an occasional customer of mine In default of something sho agreed to teach German and tho piano and to Sire the baby attention and an airing when we thought proper So I engaged at very wages Her name was and fo wo translated her nnnn into Eiz both nnd from that into Betty The only drawback was that shr waa very pretty and graceful and had the amal oat feet hands I had ever seen on a girl but that Jim fitted tho baby who was the matter every one ad mitted his beauty She grew to be in va for she turned out to ba a good seamstress and ready to tura her hand to anything Bit by bit wo got her history Her father who was a cadet of a good fami ly had married the daughter of a mechanic whin the head of the ho so cast him off He had obtained a situa tion as librarian at and there he managed to live comfortably and his only daughter who had lost her mother only five years old Then when he died tho baroa her uncle would recognized her but she resented her fathers treatment and rejected his offer of a home Belie vin sho earn her living ia America at a teacher she had told tha household effects left her and to thi country with a slender purse whose contents were nearly exhausted when wc got her Among my was Mr Paul was pronounced to be a prodigy Exton snapped fingers at it and for it in away that would havo done credit to an and ho wound up by giving the nursemaid a 1 vice about it management which to make it more im pressive as he ho expressed ia Gcr man which he spoke fluently Exton came to see in again on some pretext and acquired tlu habit of com ing frequently He never seemed to enough of that baby nnd as when ever he it had to be brought in and kept there my wife got to it and left him with the baby and its while she to build an air castle You mny depend on it said she that tho baby will profit by this Mr Etton is very fond ot nnd as ho ha neither chick nor child nnd is not a marrying nnn I shouldnt bo 1 if he left nic I smiled for I had no hopes of that kind often recurred to it but suddenly dropped the subject aud said no more about it da there came a letter with foreign postmark addressed to B Uy Sho translated its contents to my in confidence and they bad a confab over it Then there wna a deal of scw on The sewing machine was kept busy but it was always shoved aside when I in with from the girl and giggling from my wife I supposed they were mak ng something for mo against my birthday and I kept very quiet to let thorn havo the satisfac tion of surprising me But when my birthday hnd come nnd gona and there wm nothing said I was a little puzzled Oao day later was a pleasant sunny day in tho Indian was detained nt homo till near ten oclock Batty hnd gone out to air tho baby I went to the station of the ele road in the next street and when hah wny up the steps chanced to look down the cross street There I saw wheeling carriage on t e sidewalk and alongside of her Sir Exton who was talking to her earnestly A n new ono on the beat caught my ry and with a slight wink nodded his head toward tho couple 18ad tj myself drawing long breath I am astonished to the Varieties of Somc writers assert thit or In dian corn was known in history tho world to ho founding theory on a similar arc beaming with kindliness nd intelli gence with merry twinkles lurking in the corners and convoying a remarkable impression of storehouses for others said that there in the building and that the main hall can seat 750 What is the proportion of blind per sons to the total population About ono in every 1000 for thi lati tude This holds good throughout as if were visions Tho su are 250 of the patient to treat His illness as a matter of small importance for they know not what may bo developed if neglect is evinced Nor should they bo content with that very familiar and cer tainly most profound diagnosis from tho medicine man that the patient is bilious or nervous or a little run nosis that hides a vast amount of pro gram in ancient Chinese manuscripts If this were true tho culture of tho grain was wholly lost In later years There has been much discussion on tho subject but Alphonse do who may bo regarded as an authority on the subject in his work Origin of Culti says Maize is of Ameri can origin and was not introduced into tho old world until after the dis covery of tho It was found by tho first explorers of tho western to ba in cultivation by the na tives from New England to Chili but it is thought to have in the high lands of Peru nnd Bolivia ai traces of it have been found there in ancient tombs America and Europe When you get in Africa where there is sand or in the mining regions where accidents abound or in extreme northern latitudes where the glare from ice and snow dazzles the proportion is greater Whom do you receive hire Wo lake children of eight and over nnd we give them an education We d not take grown persons Most of thos have obtained their education before they become blind Two impressions blind persons vill of the remarkable exploits of a man liko and they will conclude that al Wind persons are wonderfully gifted Then they will see some blind persons who havo not been educated and conclude that all blind persons nro helpless The truth blind Arsons who get their education in institutions ignorance or i advanced as an excuse for a vast amount of professional apathy or indolence A man who has a family to man of self respect energy and generally good physical con not yield to sickness until he feels that it is going to get the best j The thing on record of him and then is the time for prompt of a corner lot thorough and competent medical aid majestic M The toul And tees thy Eternal There is no The immortality of maa And to If fay Beyond tho oort at Life holds n Andall our hops For mother ot too W hum cst traces traces of man in locality Afl to tho present existing varieties of corn it may be noted that tho maize plant is affected in a remarkable by climate nnd soil nnd n local variety can bo established at any thm by tho selection nnd continuous sowing for a few years of seed allowing any striking All tho culti vation in tho United States from tho kind of popcorn to tho enor moui specimens of grown in tho western and southern states nro but ono nnd owo their differences to pc of climate nnd soil and to continued selection in Tom Cookc tho comical fiddler received their education befi j came blind have hard work nil their of the blind do tho institutions deal with is very much smaller people have any idea of Tin number of bin under en years of no is only per cent whole tween 10 nnd 20years 13 per be 20 and 50 30 and over 50 50 per that tho num ber of schoolable blind docs not exceed IS per cent from which it appears that 78 out of 100 of the blind get their edu cation and training in schools for tho seeing if at Are tho other senses moro largely developed by the loss of the sight A joint ducing dislocated shoulder f Sil What tho depositor wants not his money is nil right its all left There is moro pleasure in This is the matter of advice Some physicians say disease A West Indian Homo Two hours driving brought us to the entrance of a plantation of unusual size nnd consequence AH its appointments were on tho largest scale A loug ave nue of palms conducted from tho rond to tho manor if I may so call it and wo found that long low residence hidden in flowering vines and at tho centre of a of J mitted br tropical vegetation The front is matrimony which seemed to close the ns one approached was quito covered with n superb vine ha colored whose flowers formed a com veil of imperial purple wonderful to sec vith blossoms flame purple plumes ho scarlet looming cactuses Occasional spaces trees aglow in nnd were on every aide opening to the skies Horded room for parterres and at such The had all tho vaccinated became ho wai they would break out a mafii call yon a liar what Jones At mountain air healthy Ono cnn become cen hero ini a littlo K man joi of Tho capacity for general develop ia i i happy memory is said by Dr Spark to is in proportion to the have related tho following story to Sir 5mPortanco of tho faculty is lost in Henry Bishop A son of the Emerald nn condition When tho loss is isle was obtained to blow an organ in a by proper means nnd certain city Being thoroughly of induction then a blind with the never tho mind boing unaffected is Vet having seen an organ brako before it to the highest development was doubtless tho guiding star of This ia bj tho attainments of men his op per know cautions In pots were seen roses in profusion and as well ns other delicate flowers The yellow jessamine and the Capo je were conspicuous J over archway of a orchid llot in n fleshy which I afterward learned was the vanilla Above nil this of nnd beauty and fragrance arose an occasional a travelers palm or a gigantic American Magazine A Boon for tho Blind A instrument which will prove a veritable boon for tho blind ha just been invented here writes a pari by a M who d reels the school nnd hospital for person deprived of their sight other than a small press which will ena Wo blind people not only to print tho characters which they are able to cad with their fingers but also the on the nmc sheet of A system of writing for hc blind Iti no UM to mo Pat Then gnn taking for or c n destiny that led him to tho spot Poetical life such as Scili llM of course already been in tho su Theres a divinity which our ends lough how them how we Tho remarkably furniture min of Newburgh and who at four years of age but who 8UC r Newton as professor of no wmd The delay was becoming vented by Braille but it permitted them to communicate with each other whereas tho new enables them to form letters which can be by every body Henceforward there fore blind persons will bo able to com fr upon them moro to lho assistance of Tho in say RICK DONOVAN Propr PA This Hotel 1ms a nml newly and will lie run on the A can be at nll POO HMO H DEALER IN GROCERIES A rich bachelor who was n crent flower fancier nnd an amateur gardener with n conservatory large enough for a nnd a great desire to grow ow varieties of plants He was not much over thirty but had so bronzed that ho looked older When he grew anything novel which he did he always gave me the stock plant to propagate from so that he was useful and he got in the of dropping in the thop and or twice a week or tven and grew quito intimate Ono was just two months after had come came in the He was in a state of evidently not come to buy or to talk plants Judkins old he That afternoon Exton lounged into my shop and I asked him into ay back office whence I had previously the clerk Mr I said I have had a great respect for you But he interrupted Docs that mean I havo lost your respect Not I replied but I was sorry to sco you today filling our little Bettys head with foolish notions Sho is n girl even if she be nothing but a Hero he interrupted me again I beg your pardon but she is something more a nursemaid She is a gentlewoman every inch nnd her filling the po ion Mie docs under the circumstances ij no discredit to Wont say that it ia but as you do not intend to marry But I do intend to marry ho again interrupted in three weeks time As she has no relatives hero the German consul has been good enough my request to represent them at the wedding and with their full con sent I merely at him then tir in me When soda And Sol Tho champion Tho horo of Augustus girl tenderly brushing him the moonlight flooded tho b where they standing had try soma other ha mustache tastes liko An old lady said sho cauld her mince pics from her apple pi out cutting them and was ad mark thorn Bho did so snd cently remarked This Tvo mince rend th mince dont yon a day is rather small hours work on the top of a ft y chargo nothing for traveling you ride something like 200 and it doesnt cost you n 1 yS Oh Shon whose bosom emotion When tho To on ths not the slightest zephyr stirred within new the chest Tho organist hastened to tho and replaced with nnd know when the location of been i Gorgon a professor in the School of Art and Commerce of Aix It is estimated cost of tho spectacle that presented itself to his come near a pout astonished vision I Clinging with heels I That must be a sort of and hands to tho wooden handle of tho M f r Mck cts and his checks distended and crira tho Coins in tho Mouth The Boston Herald says on tho subject end of that long wooden handle as they can do the touch hold Musical Rocord It is quito common women who under auch circum icca never scorn to have quito bands and so they press their months People about I to what only a vu In lut The A I 4n liko jute I Har Lut acutely A performing Vienna Wl tho color by which fs from tho very lost his lifo the other dav may cently left a hand unwashed through tho negligent of hu servant But they dn R chiW dying with He is attached to a large in color sca ho and in the hat is particularly savage A ff slipped into tho cage when he per bmd Uvo orms and the tame tiger is let into the that enables them liia i I with him On this y havo been from and a i or other infectious Or it may havo come from the hand of a man suffering from tno most of disorders None will doubt but tho habit in question is thoughtlessly in but if you havo it break your Gol look at the children of old Fa Ana sporting tey nono oion his attendant let in the wrong one K which immediately sprang on tho tamer He got out of ita blow on the head with heavy whip ho had with him His attendant then kept guilty of When the gone is as black aa tar fo the animal at bay with an iron bar finally succeeded in driving the other compartment to of Breathing There ore lazy wa Up tho Chickens Charles of has dog that drives hiji chick The Van between ono sided ways of nna i up at night About I begins hit rounds I and tho u v I WAX 1 T I I 3 JS s Advice to Old Sou In tho matter of oU been neglected Younj married women and boye the newspaper writers ono has the time to drop a fpw hints to the man who dona so for the world The following tions are freely given Old men should i health They not co in damp t is also advisable ho feet Old will flna H to not to remain on track after a train has passed now trains especially late at ng to digest men 5 not 5a the o January An old man woman It I A
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