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Kane Leader (Newspaper) - July 7, 1887, Kane, Pennsylvania VOL 2 KANE THURSDAY JULY 7 1887 N M ORR KANE PENNA Office Fraley Street H BEMUSJ KANE PA JJR HAEHIET A KANE Office at residence KANE PA pR THOMAS L KANE PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office In Blagov nn Dmg Stove right side of front door EVAN oN KANE PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Offlcs at Hsgosaas Drag Son Burgeon to P t W It R JlfRS LOTTIE SEARLES MILLINERY AND NOT1OXS stamping of all kinds neatlv done on short JAS McDADE DEALER IS GROCERIES FLOUR FEED BOOTS SHOES GENTS FURNISHING GOODS E L WHITING MlLUXEB Residence and Store Baled Hay and Straw BRICK LIME CEMENT PHOSPHATE A fine stock of on Chase KLINE Millinery Goods O H PRESTON M p B E and r WIL B Office ovpr LaJfonto Phar KANE PA JAMES Fralcv Sired McDADE W J ARMSTRONG PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON KANE PA BSTOffico over Gill is Drug 1 Y JONES JUSTICE of THE PEACE Office In Griffiths Diode KANE PA TNO A MEIL NoTAny PUBLIC General Agent Offline KANE PA Deeds Lctaes MortKjieca general ConrcjHnclnj HiislncHs will re teiro prompt attention office in residence Thin Spncc Urnrrvcil for A VOLLMER BUCKTAIL HOTEL BESTADMS RE LOOKER PROPR Wnnn McalsA Lunches at nil hours JGTGood boarding slnlilo for accom modation of those having horses BAGELS BHEIUDAX OOKTON BACKUS GORTON Attorneys and Counsellors at Law SWETHPORT PA floor of BicUnt jrl House All promptly Attended to n H LYON a BRADFORD PA Will attend to worh ln or Kanu Will stop when at Kane nt of D Ji Huff near the school bHlldlne i iid Meiiiorjr Why aliould it ba that the misty past Or the future yet an oen Is dearer far to the heart alas Tl tlm present wbictt lias between With every rulsa of the hearts red flow Is woven a dream and a sigh For the hnppy days of the long ago An 1 the glad swcot by and by There is a wisdom in natures way Which lha heart neer knows Wo live the best of our lives each day Prom dawn to their sunlit close For tho bliss we tasted at youthful springs And tho joys which are to be Are brought each day on the gracious wing Of Hope and Memory Nixon Waterman in the Current ognition crossed THE DEED BY ISABEL HOLMES but if suppose his Its mighly queer about that Reuben Hill was saying to his wife as lie wiped the perspiration from his face wilh his red polkadotted handkerchief was 30 methodical like about Ijis papers nnd everything It wasnt like him to mislay it But I have looked through nil the drawers of that old mn iiognny dusk and among his other papers fifty times I guess I know ho meant the Kud Brook Farm for hat deed is never found I own boyswill take Sirs Hill was bendingover the kitchen tove with flushed face for tho day was int The odor of fried ham filled the ir She stood back and looked at Reu cn by the open window with a rncdi ative air It is queer about she echoed It will be mean enough if Cbcir gels icatcd out of n share in the properly Ic worked faithfully for Nathan till ho ns of age more faithfully than his own oys and Nathan thought so much of m And meant to do the Reuben Fquaro thing continued y0u ont suppose Robert or Will had a ha j Reuben into FURNITURE SEW ING MACHINES STKKKT 7A NEW GROCERY THE BROWN FRONT response to tl House EXCHANGE HOTEL GKO H LKONHART WARREN PA Ha ten per Any Fine sample roomoi J hnvc just opened a KINK of GROCERIES and PROVISIONS dec flAKVEU HOUSE Mia C W Kixa per day WARREN FOLKMAX ARTESIAN WELL DKILLER Keystone Portable Steam Drill WARREN BUTTER EGGS RECEIVED DAILY JIVK MK A D R MATHEWS Jvano June 10 N GREENLUND Exchange Block WAIiRKX PA am pretty Madrascovered Artistical Photographer N K WENDELBOE Liberty WARREN PA Stora of every ciewriptioii t Hio07est A SPECIALTY AH work guaranteed snlisfiietory REMEMBER THE PLACE EXCHANGE BLOCK No 331 Dealer Dealer in all kinds of Merchandise Bpote Shoes Clothing and Notions Ihnd TATE Proprs HASKELL BTJBDICK SjtETHPORT Lift and ieddenial Insurance Apts D JtTAI4 in nn Orcarf Will bo at Kaue eii e OP At rip nor about the loth j Is con HOTEL LaMONT RICK DONOVAN Propr This has KANE PA thoroughly o run on the KESTATJRANT hinifclf to look u a strange shadow fell across t are of sunlight in the kitchen doo girl a stranger carrying n valise w Maud inK there Uer comely flushed nnd she seemed somewhat c come with ho heat Mrs Hill looked at her with an en cournging smile Tho girl stepped in side tho doorway in mute welcome Dont you want to hire a girl at low wagci through the hot wcnthcr ah enquired abruptly do our own Mrs Hil responded Our own girls Addie an Lottie arc both nt homo this summer Hnve you come far You look heated Wont you sit down where it 11 coo nn rest 1 havo walked from JTcnncbunk this said the girl I She fat down in the chair by Opcn wandered around the kitchen as if she something fnmilinrin tho sur roundings although iho was a stranger Youve come a pretty Riubcn volunteered giving her a quick shrewd glance Ho was apt to be on the lookout for slrangors Mr Hill regarded her with the kind mothcrlincjs she felt for her own Youll feel better after you have had some dinner with she said Jutt left a place I Reuben commented said the girl She spoko with light Scotch accent She seemed a little embarrassed with the her eyes wandered through tho door to the hired men coming up to dinner irom the hay field had a pretty good place but I wanted she snid brin her glance to bear upon Reubens bashfully A girl ought to he ventured I She made no reply to this feeler but something like n smile fliitei ove her face Sort of odd thought Mrs Hill removed the mizzling spider from the hot stove and taking up tho platter of brown slices of ham she said to the girl Come in this way and take off vour J The girl followed her into the diningroom and gave the same peculiar glance around Sirs Hill set the platter on the invitingly laid tablo and then conducted the stranger into her own icdroom adjoining whore the high feather bed stood covered with a patch work quilt of pink and white basket ngmg fac stick to a gooc I was Reuben Fraky PARLOR KANE PA the poo j with the hoars The bar Is well stocked with Vt Wines Liqnor Alc Beer cholce Alc Beer J H DEALS R GROCERIES Just lav your things on the bed and come right out to Mrs Hill taid Heros a little girl who wants a place to she said to Lottie who just then came out of the buttery irith a hu a apple pie which she placed on the able Weil theres enough work to be done here dear Lottie returned briskly with a friendly nod to tho new comer Theres sewing enough to keep Addso busy six months and thst doat believe youll get round to it before Christmas It M both aa j she had worn since she the threshold She met tho cyes of Oscar suddenly She colored nnd kcpj W eyes on her plate the rest of tho dinner hour In the alterdinner conclave she gave her name as Sara she had come to the States from Princa Ed ward Islnn1 aboutaycnrngo and landed in Portland and found her way to Kcnnebuuk where she had lived in a family ever since Td bo willing to work for my board while it seems so much like homo sho said Well youre welcome to slay and help when you feel like it Mrs Hill responded for hercjienrt had gono out to the stranger from the first We never feel na if we caa pny wages in the house because we have to keep hired help on the farm all the tims But you can stay through the hot weather and I dare say a place will turn up for you before I can Sara said eagorty tho girls on the island lenra to I couldnt draw a thread to save riiy said Addie So it was settled The Wheel and reel so common in our grandmothers were brought out and set in the shed bccntfso it was cool f Sara with tho fluffy rolls heaped high on a chair buck at her left hand drew out her thread filled the spindle rapid ly with a nonchalance nnd easy com mand of the situation that won the admiration of the girls it being such an unusual accomplishment among them A week wee t by Sara was talkative about her island home but noncom mittal regarding her for leaving tho place in Kenncbunk Whatever it means shes a good nice JJi 1 to the girls privntcly Ruben Hill still rummated over the disnppcnrancc ofthedccJ Oscar camo into his meals quietly having very littlo to say at any time HU ivcl tjlcro since tho of Nathan Hill six months Onco or twice he caught Sara regarding him ivith a curiou fixed expression nnd answered her with a grave look of inquiry that brought the furious bluibcsto her fncc day had finished her dinner nnd gone out into the shed leaving tho family to rise one nftcr tho other leisurely The soft whirr of the wheel mingled with the murmur of insects tlio hot summer noon reached dining room Its queer how she happened to come Addie remarked nflcctivcly And shes so secret nbotit leaving icr added Lottie Well I do like to see her frs Hill in her own plncid fash Mr Hill going out through tho shod n hi way to the big barn stopped in onslcrnntion was sitting on an d red chest in the corner in great istrcss seemingly lie gave one glnnce ten hurried back and called slarllingly rough tho kitchen door Mother girls 1 Come Saras in a 11 They came hurrying out with various clnraations Her eyes were wide open ut unseeing fnce nvulsivcly Perhaps shes subject to them gcsled Mrs Hi said Mr Hill Tim to jump on the gray mnro nnd ride to tho corner for a doctor Quick now I Sara became quiet nil in a moment Dout send for a she Im not Her eyes were still open nnd unseeing but her voice had changed nnd was falling upon their can in gruff fnmiliar accent Nathans voice her so strange and Ojcars eyes teemec riveted upon her How did you know about the accre drawer Reuben asked abruptly Secret drawer1 Sara repeated with a genuinely mystified look You were in some kind of a tranco Mrs Hill said I thought you wera in a said Addie And I thought you wero going laughed Lottie now lhat fear was gone Mrs Hill explained about the deed Sara then snid deliberately I never told you how I came to leave my place I thought you might think it was silly It was nil on account of a dream I The group wore listening breathlessly I saw this house with the long piazz and green she went on th big barn with thegreat doors open th bee hives your faces everything just a plain in my dream as I saw them when came that day I thought I was to come here to help spmo one I didnt under stand what it meant but I awoke with the feeling that I must come whether I wnnled to or not I hnd seen the long dusty road stretching abend of me and the house bnrn on the hill When I got there I was half frightened but you all seemed as if you had boon ex pecting me You made me feel at OFF WITHHIS said Mrs Hill with a sort of awe in her voico Aunt Samantha would explain said Lottie Shes been going to seances at the corner From the dny that the dccd was found began to open preference for Sara It was not until she became his wife and they were living quietly in the little house on the Red Brook farm that sho confessed to having gccii his face in her dretun tho plainest of all and that she had been told that sho was to marry him Reuben Hill is not quite such a hard headed skeptic ns formerly Uo has to admit that there may be slranger things Interview with Chinese High Executioners in Canton Brutal and Eeptdsive Forms of Oriental Punishment During our wanderings in Canion a writer in the Mall Ga zette our cars were assailed with the Cathay synonym of the Egyptian bak seeeh cry till the caverns of our brains resounded and echoed with it Cum camshawl yelled immature pos sessors of pigtails and mature possessors echoed the sound wherever we went When the youngsters requests were not complied with they after a little invari ably changed their cry to Fanqutiil fanquai foreign devil foreign We marched into the magisterial yamun to the accompaniment of the cumshaw tune Here we wero shown the instru men is whereby bamboo chow chow is given to the nadal callosities of the wicked also ratans and short blulgeons for slapping tho faces of untruthful wit nesses thumbscrews and racks for exacting confessions no criminal can be executed according to tho laws of Chin until he has confessed his crime canquls a species of collar which fo largeness and uncomfortableness eve outstrip tho mashers and whic are rectangular planes of wood wit PEARLS OF THOUGHT Lovo h a severe critic Hate can par don more than Jove Alan cannot live exclusively by intelli gence and selflove The word impossible is the mother tongue of little souls Conscience is the voico of tha soul tho passions are the voice of tho body Chance opportunities make us known to others aad still more to ourselves Next to acquiring good friends the best acquisition is that of good books Actions looks words steps form the alphabet by which you may spell char acters Modesty is to worth what shadows are in a painting she gives to it strength and relief Grand temples stones and great small events You cannot drenra yourself into a character you must hammer and forge yourself one Asa Land that Is and breath to inysliif Ai a spirit unbarrmg for a So is lovel Aye As tho tramp tbeir challenge are i As tha shout of tUe are built of smnll lives made up al The most delicate the most sensible in promoting us the philosophy has in the universe than his dreamed of We give tho facts as they came under cur notice without pretending to account for York Mer cury The WHUnp of Modern Hymns Know that man Its William H Donne nnd ho mtkcs a year writing hymns or rnther thats tho roy alty ho gets He ie engaged with Fny but in his leisure moments ho hunts around and finds a touching bit of poetry and he works it into a hymn Oh its a paying buiincs beats any kind of writing I cvir bcarj of but its not everybody that can catch on to that i neck and hand holes The gloomy small depositoryroom of these torture implements wo thought to be afni representation of what a European m diicyal chamber of justice has been Wo were next taken in ourscd chairs through an overcrowded busy pnrt of the city to the execution ground passing on our way the new Roman Catholic cathedral whose gigantic spires pierce tho Tho cxcmion ground we found to bo a srmll enclosed rectangular space about fifteen yards hy fifty entered by a gate On the right on entering rnn n row of small squalid houses the habitations of pot ters whoso rough unbaked work lay all about on tho ground drying in tho sun but we were informed that it was cleared away whenever an execution wns about totnko place Facing ihe potters houses was a high wall at whose baso and leaning against it were some largo crocks nil of which had their mouths earthed over except one duccd in to two of all pleasures consists the pleasures of others forbearance till your heart yields a fine crop of it prly for a short memory as to all unkind ness Good qualities are tho substantial riches of the miad but it 13 good breed ing that sets them off to advantage Life is kindled only by life nnd Iho highest form of living can only be called into existence in a child by example It is a strnngc desire to seek power nnd to lose liberty or to seek power over others and lose power over a mnns sulf olngs the black So is power In the Its So short Is our life yet wiHJ i things to forsake us A bitter delusion a dream nought Mrakapnv Till Deaths dogging footsteps eve shall oertake A flat Food for reflection that you missed Motto of the massage Ihco every hour The honey bee is a regular merchnnilsf It cells combs for a living A rich girl maybe homely but will never know it by hearsay Ahen is a very superior creature she never could lay a cornerstone ft Mexicos liabilities are assets earthquakes and he flower known as the button must be one thst does not on Love is like n painter who in drawing I tho portrait of a friend having a blemish I 8Pcct Ho of no eye would picture only tho other ido of his fnce Sin is never nt a stay if wo do not etrcatfrom it we shall advance in it nd the further on wo go the more wo lavo to come back Ten Things a itnhy Can Do Itcnn bent any clock ever in cntcd waking a family up in tho morn can smash industrious Men whom ha ton table near th Here our guide intro poorly dressed China wo noticed gambling at a gate on our arri One n big bnittshlookino fel low with a villainou cast in hij eyes was tho head executioner nnd the other two who were smallish men wcr his assistants Give it a fair show nnd it ore dishes thnn the most servant girl in tho country It cau fall down oftcner and with less provocation than the most expert tum told tho head to see the Through our guide we executioner that we instruments of his was working guT said sort of a style H bnrdcr than writing calling nnd thereon he produced a short vnnety songs or even stories or j very heavy twohanded sword and a detccuve ynrn of blood and thunder knife The following conversation romances You sec man must hnve carried on between us and this boss some of tho divine nfil lus mixed with a through the medium of our miidc good deal of piety in oricr to be a do you use this sword Where cess as a hymnologisf H0 lives in a the block fine residence on Mount Auburn and We dont use a block What we do some time ngo he hnd a falling out with is to make the prisoners kneel down in about a wo rows facing one another and bend Thcy got tho matter in j their heads down Then I take tho one on each side so on till theyr switch the tops o green weeds with your you dont ahvay chop ahead off with one blow Always What is the knife for For the ling chc or death by cuts We tio the culprit who is con bler in the circus rinr ft It can make more genuine fuss over a simple brass pin than its mother would over n broken back It can choku itself black in the face with crenlcr case than the most nccom pliflhed wreich flint was ever executed It can keep a family in a constant tur moil from morning till night and night till morning without once tune varying its John boundary line courts when Mitchell snid hed fir him so sword and chop chop he erected a long row of three story bricks and the heads fall off adjoining He said ho was going nil done as youd swi to put up a hundred but ho only got u fur as seventy Inquirer if I ever hoard it in my Reuben told the doctor after wards Dont you know me she asked in that familiar Ive been wanting to como nnd tell you about the deed I hnve never been able to come before Youve overlooked a secret drnwerin the mahogany desk Is is close under the bookcase The deed is there Go now nnd Like one dazed Reuben went up stairs andsearchcd for the secret drawer in the oldfashioncU piece of furniture a combined bookcase and writing desk which had been removed there with other things after Nathans death It must ba con fcssed that ho felt pretty How did Sara know about the deed It had never been mentioned in icr presence He returned There nint any drawer he ssid But there persisted Sun There s a spring the color of the wood about he size of a pin head close under the on the left of the writing deek ass your finger nail over the sirface and oull find Reuben went again rt must be ad muted that he felt of sapersti fear He did as she directed touched iho A SqnlAse Among circui and theatrical people an admission ticket is called a squidgc said a man nt Forcpaugus tsurjs He had The ona of tho southern towns neither money nor tickets The door tender stopped the lad at the entrance and told him that he coud not get into the tent unless he had money o alent The poor boy ending by sticking the knife into the heart The cus vary in number fromcight nnd according to wet after that a ticket has been known among How many persons have you cxccut as a squidgu ed in a day I havo chopped It can be relied upon to sleep peace fully all day when its father is down town and cry persistently at night when he is particularly sleepy It may be the naughtiest dirtiest ugliest most fretful baby nil the world but you can never make its mother believe it and you had better not try it It can be a charming nnd model in fant when no one is around but when vhitors are present it can exhibit more bad temper thnn both of its parents to gether It can brighten a house better than all the furniture ever undo mako sweeter thnn lite finest orchestra a larger placa in its parents breast than they knew they when it goes away it can cause a greater vacancy nnd leave a greater tho boyj A Sympathetic Cow twenty heads off j myself in two minutes See that dark A Newtonian was picfciog apples on ookinS Plncu on ground over there Monday when an old cow ran ap to him causad b the Wood of the last and then away scting very strangely j balch we had Knowing her to be an unusually intelU Whllt is done with tlje bodies gent cow he suspected that something The fricnds take the bodies away must be tha matter and followed her Ibut TPe kcep tho n the crocks you There PEOVISIONS the time to potter joink spring and the drawer ficw open sure enough was tha deed He went bsck to tho group greeted him with exclamations started shivered slightly looked iround upon the faces with see Wbtt Jwppeamir jJar She led him to a cow in another part of by the Walt thcn and when wc the orchard that was Dearly choked to Iarse nnm5cr which arj no longer death with apple After ha had we hury them would lieved her the old cow fairly cried for liw B0nw of the heads joy and licked the fufferer profusely and decHned one of my compan when the latter was driven Jrito the grow pale and complain of barnyard where she would be out of feeKng well so we ordered the pnida refused to leave her Naw 1ad J Gentlemen gin twenty each y ai icotashaw to the said the fptitet dfrifo me golden ftcrtaia blank thnn all the rest of the world put News An Impertinent 3tau Alex Walker ckrk of the Capital Hotel in Rxk although a hand ome young man has lost much of the lair that once occupied a prominent po ition on the top of hh heal even ng rccenty a welldressed stranger regia ercd nt the hotel nad just as he had ompletcd the work of spreading hig oublo greatprimer name on the biok e glanced at Walker stepped back and lid Great Ctcsar Another baldheadod man It is my misfortune itsccms to be thrown with this class of men I ought not to say it perhaps bull dont believe that baldheaded men Look 1 Walker jour remarks are personal and I did hopa that I would never saa another tho stranger continued but here I am compelled to like a man In little use until him out of his bed In n French agricultural school me I pray you how to keep i By never killing the In Washington last week a passed off a counterfeit dollnron lico mngistrate in payment of tho imposed He knew that justice Some Florence Indies havo given Queen of Italy an fan It Jf beautiful but when Margarita genuine comfort sho uses palm leaf My said her lover lam with nu ambition to win Mny I consult your father softly murmured An hour later ho fired again Tho other day a town crier toolrj charge a lost child and hunt up its parents On being a lady what the matter was he Heres an orphan child m frying to find its Jack backward in his Papa what part of speech is Papa fresh from a verbal with mamma In which of has been badly any part of speech at the whole of She pairt in one hand El ward wo1 thing I wheros I gave it to you I know and I gavo it hack to by if I havent g and left it in the parlor carl One of tho rules of a bicycle reads A horse should never on both sides at Wo suspect that when a bicyclist attempts ides of a hcrso is romtbo club He would ismissed from a temperance stop with Get out of thi3hfu5l Walker hotly exclaimed The stranger stepped back and took oS his hat revealing the fact that he had not a hair on his head My dear said Walker ex tending 1m hand I have juit received a box of a cigars Come aroami sod Prices In Iho Old B Gcdney of White Yt who was born in what Inmeti ad to pay for farming utensIU ho war of 1812 and what nid for their produce Wheat in 1812 cents a bnshct Now it Is lower than it has been since brought a hundred nov ft Pork brought 50 is worth Butter was worsen a pound now it is worUr fifteen wafci Cheese wa worth tis centi iorflniay dress muslin mod to cost thwis iWtUajit and sirpenca a oightyMTin feti it costs ten fifty and scvantyfiW cost three shillings md now cents For an English gpsS send three which brought ono now for flft now a better can cents Nails were pound they cost now eight rrrnflllniv Wages were tten month for we taais
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