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   Kane Weekly Blade, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1881, Kane, Pennsylvania                                cjcpressnbtloe to wishing t timietheirsttbpcriptionB wish their paper discontinued jnibltRheriirifcy continue to send them until nil fJ take their c olBce or place to which they re yiint tlinr arthfeld TaappaamemiHlthev 80ttetheir Mils and give notice to dis continue IfBubscribersntove to otljer places without informing the publisher they arc held respon sible Notice should always bo given of the removal The courts hftvedooided that refusing to take paper from the office or removing and leav ing it uncalled for is priraa facia evideuce of intentional fraud PoBtmastovs who fall to notify publishers of be failure of a party to take a paper addressed to him regularly become liable tor the sub scription LOCAL BREVITIES DOG DAYS WE need rain WARM WEATHER GOOD WEATHER for corii THE bark peeler has gone T never rains but it JREEN CORN is in the market LOOK OUT for the tax gatherer BLACKBERRIES are getting ripe BEECHNUTS are plenty this year IT is now unlawful to catch trout THANKSGIVING is the next legal holi day THE Roy Co well is down about feet A GREAT DEAL of sickness prevails in this vicinity THE crowds begin to gather at Chau tatiqua Lake THE Wayne camp meeting commences next Tuesday OUR merchants are all busy and con sequently happy HUCKLEBERRY PIE is receiving due at tention at present Pittsburg fa femng to therecent xleath of Judgfc JaS L Gflhs at his home in Mount Pleasant Iowa formerly of this State where he figured quite prominently in State and national affairs says that he was oneof a small coterie ofpoliticians in the west ern counties who were warmly attached to Mr made his eleva tion to the Presidencytliepjiine of their endeavors until it was accom plished in 1856 Their work in this di rection commenced as far back as 1840 and was prosecuted in the face of all sorts of ups and downs Included with Judge Gillis were Arnold Plumtner of Venango county William Hopkins of Washington county and David Lynch of Allegheny county They were prudent and acute managers and discreet work ers not of great intellectual gifts of much culture but men for the time when the western counties were emerging from frontier conditions and putting on the toggery of later fashions Judge Gillis when he died in Iowa the oilier day was eightynine years of age He was born at Hebron Washington county New York October 2 1792 He received a common school education and served an apprenticeship as a tanner In the last war with Great teered and served during the campaigns of 181314 Inthelalteryearhewascommis sionedas a lieutenant by the Governor of New York he was taken prisoner by the British and transported to Halifax where he remained a prisoner of war until peace the following year He subse quently settled in Ontario county N and established himself as a farmer but he came to Pennsylvania as long ago as 1823 and located in Jeflerson county then almost a wilderness with his near Says oft BrtutfoHt Mint Mr Isaac H Milliard the Peoples candidate for sheriff of MKean county nominated first by the Prohibitionists is a real oil countrj man He wab born at Hilliards Mills Butler county this State the present terminus of the Shenango and is fortyseven years of age feeing of a studious dis position he acquired an education in the schools which fitted him for a teacher himself and he followed that callingfor several years in his own neighborhood In 1863 he went into the oil business first on the famous Tarr farm above Oil City Thence he went to Pithole where he held interests in seven wells After wards in connection with other parties he purchased a part of the J H Jack farm soutli of Pleasantville and oper ated that Then in company with James H MCray of Petroleum Centre he pur chased a farm near the scene of the sub sequent Bullion excitement and sank a well on it but as it afterwards proved just a little too far west for the He and H J Sayers founded Gas City on the headwaters of Hast Sandy where the pressure of gas was strong enough to furnish the motive power of engines without the aid of steam to which use he assisted in first putting it In company with J M Breden he leased the Eaton farm at what was afterwards Bredenburg or Driftwood near Frank lin There and then the first well was drilled in that spasmodic locality but though a fair producer was obtained it was not considered very much in those days and operations were suspended and others were destined afterwards to profit by his enterprise e give WOW for Au gust as made by the celebrated Canadian August warm and op pregsive Second to pleasant enthet fanly warm days and cool to cola evenings and nights and pleasant Sevonth and storms Eighth to the with heavy showers cooler evenings and nights Eleventh to again in he United States with cloudy and sultry weather storms in panada Fourteenth change to cold and cloudy and pleasant throughout portions of Virginia Seventeenth and itorros and frosts probable in some por ions Eighteenth to and itorms and windy and showery Twentythird and ind wind Twentyfifth and torms on the lakes on the St ind around New York Twentyseventh to r weather with rains and frost in the lorthorn section Thirtieth and and ileasant weather with cold evenings and lights with indications of returning eat Reduction of Kales on the P 13 B R K The Franklin Press says At a meet ngof the Piltsburg Bradford Buffalo ailway company held recently at their ffice in Foxburjr it was decided that on ml after August ist the passenger rates should be reduced twentylive per cent on present rates on all tickets bought and ten per cent discount allowed on I new rates on all round trip tickets con est neighbor sixteen miles distant and From Bredenburg Mr Milliard went dtictors rates to remain the same as at his nearest post uflice seventy milts clis Into other undeveloped parts of the great tnnt He cleared a large of land I and built n saw and grist mill and be came the first extensive lumber manu facturer in that region in which interest Now is the best time to lay in your j he was engaged until he removed Ic oil field Being of a pushing and ven turesome disposition he generally went wildcatling and as a consequence never made much money in the oil business He would go far enough to show others winters supply of coal j Iowa In ii4o he was elected to the that the scene of his operations present This new and important line is being pushed forward with dispatch un der energetic management andis com manding a full and increasing trade and patronage Its liberal treatment of the traveling public will be answered by in creased travel and trnfiic WE would be obliged to those who arc of Representatives of probably good territory and they would in arrears for subscription if they would in s2 appointed associate i generally pluck the fruits of bis labors Up I jmljit KffLisoii county he was elected j through the lack of capital necessary tu j am us propriot RAILROAD appcar to be in him them himself hoarding house Mr allabsorbing topic of conversation in this section THE Wilcox tanning and lumber com pany have n fivemile narrow gnngi road in operation running from Uilcux to Sergeant township this county where j they own nome valuable timliur lamls The road was built for the of transporting the logs IIK bark from llieir lands lo Wilcox to KKJ Slate Senate in i in iht house in chosen n repnSenlalivc serving during 59 In iSi2 h i and in 1856 in C sessions of Neil MEwen sujicrsedes W T Ry Ihriiugh tl Lnnblu him lo them himself boauling house Mr goes to During all ibis lime lie carried on cm Johiisonburg to keep boarding house for extensive real estate and insurance busi liaucls employed on the new railroad ness with either in Titus e or Kranklin Some years ago lie ciilren Some of liis practically left the oil business though ants are living in the northern counties i hu llris never quite forsaken it and dn j and one ol liis sons educated in Old j v0tnl iKarly his whole attention to in John in is now I suratice and dealing in real estate in i Commodore Gillis a distinguished lie is al present engaged i cer of the navy While Mr Milliard has always been j A memorable episode in Judge Gillis j moved by decided political convictions CATTAKAtots N a town of about life was his reported connection with j 1ms never made himself conspicuous I 600 inhabitants located on the line of the abduction of Wm Morgan whose ls a partisan and consequently lias never I the New York Lake lirie and I and disputed disclosures of the huen nor1 is lie now an oniccseeker railway was visited by a terrible srrivls of Masonry was the slirrinir event l thnrough and gration on Thursday moniini last dei of tinroimliy nvi i fifiy ears j lias leaned lor several stroying a large share of the business ny H will be s en Judge was a years toward ihe Greenback party even portion of ihe town Tlie Icital is iunrkel c liaracter In war in politics lu did not endorse all tin doc estimated at on which there is a as a pioneer and actor in all tinslirrinj tiines of that Should a slight insurance j events of bis prime be blmwd the stulf distinct aiilinionopoly party sjiriiii up that faced and conquered tbe most Hilliard would be among its first en cnll acbicvcmciits R Smith spent the Sabbath in j Ucmocrnl I O IX Coicniaii home i qn Tuesday i ahvavs a rvKD n ECI Tin report of the operations in the oil is lor the month of July is anoma AV I Wcslon returned from Thr has iis trip east on Tuesday controlled the course of the market for T Iurdy is the gentlemanly the past five years shows a material clerk al the Thomson House this season i decline while the newly found district in Dr Irvine of Irvincion was a guest AllcKany county lakes its place as an at the Thomson House a portion of last i aid to the bears Bradfords 1 week 1 decline is so marked as to assure the j trail c that its zenith has been reached hda Ostcrmnn of Frccport is visitinjj her sister Mrs J K Lacy al East Kane Annie and Mollie Griffith j nnd as a field of new operations and in ami be found in IK front rank for he is now one uf the members of the Jiradlord Anli Monopoly League Of course it is 1111 since he is tin nominee for sheriff of the Prohibitionists that he lias very pronounced views upon the temperance question Inl his support for the ollice will not come solely from thai parly He is emphatically a peo ples candidate and ar such will com mand a far larger vole than that party alone can hope to give him Of his qualifications both natural and acquired for the office of sheriff there Miss Norr Iybam nnnounces to the i ladies of Kane that slue lias opened a stock of Millinery Goods in rooms al tbe easl end of Railroad House and is prepared to furnish the latest styles in spring and summer Hnts ai 1 Bonnets The slock is entirely new having been recently selected in Philadelphia and contains choice designs in Straws and Leghorns Straw work done over V all ami examine for yourselves Ai Oil ami Others I am part owner and attorney and sole for all the oilier owners of the Ilniuis in Hamilton and more townships MKcan county comprising 15 subdivisions viz No OS MO 145 srxi 267 vs Vtf 1S2 v53S2 anil aniliiining 325 acres each Said lands arc from leases or iu uf parlies tlcsiring lo titifc any of said lands for ai develop ments or lo purchase hark and limber thereon will receive my prompt atten tion ISAAC II Bangor Maine creasing production il is no longer lo be can be 110 doubt A very long cxtcn fcarrc Il lias reached a point wlirro it j sivc nnd intimate acquaintance nnd as cannoi advance If the history of other I sociation with tbc business men of the two young ladies of Mbcnsburg are js n in of Hrad ni in the owor and visiting friends and relatives at jls vcry Oji J crj givcs him nthis Kane Creek Ciarioit Hullcr and when j respect far superior to those of many the turning potnt came declined so j others whose only claim upon thai or a guest at the residence of our popular quickly thai ihcir disappearance from j ntly other office is thai they have been Mr C Morbus is in town this week ucst at the residence of our popular townsman Watt on Cucumber public consideration may be likened to I active and efficient partisans If Mr avenue i the suddenness with which a stone Milliard is elected il will be a notable in M W Moflitt of the firm of I dropped in the river disappears from stance of the office seeking the man and C West accompanied by bis fain sight Hut each was aided in the downj as in many cases the man seeking ily are spending a few days at Mayville ward course by other fields Oil Creek the office ns n reward Failure to obtain on Cbautatiqua Lake R H Heinemann an the Empire line office Corry is rusticating a few clays in this section a guest at the house of L Laughlin Welmore avenue accomplished music teacher of Wilcox Mrs Ernhout requests us to say that after two weeks vacation she will again resume her teaching in Kane com mencing Thursday Aug 9 the baker is kepi busy these days He has ihe contract of supplying the railroad boarding houses at Johnson burg with bread and ships from ten to fifteen barrels of the staff of life to the front daily little twoyearold girl of Rev Andrew Nelson who resides about four miles frofn the Smethport road died on Tuesday morning The remains had its Butler and Clarion ant Bullion wbicb in the latler always results the even to as sassination and they had a Bradford lo hasten their jn bitter disappointment to L 1C I decay Will Bradford have its Allegauy cessful aspirant and perhaps icaung j RAILROAD RECORD The Warren Jlfaifsays Oii to Jeffer son county seems to be the desire of several railroad companies in tliis sec lion Another failroad office will he opened in Warren in a few days in the Eddy block using the entire second slory hy parlies who will build a rail road from Warren to Brookvillc Jeffer son county passing through Forest and it will DEATir OF JUDGE HURNHAM At i oclock Tuesday afternoon and after Ions sufferingfrom consumption death came to the relief of Jutljtc F N Uuniham of this county He was in his 43d year comparatively young but had served in public capacity for many years He was born in township Nov 13 1838 and always resided on and ad joining the old homestead near the Stale line In October 1861 he enlisted in the start from the Concwanjjo creek just v s which north ol Warren run throiiRh Glade and thence to Sheffield and southward Sur veyors are now running the line and the roads location will be known in a few weeks Promineiit railroad men and were taken to N on I heavy capitalists are the projectors of Wednesday for burial years gaining the rank of lieutenant He was twice chosen justice of the peace holding the office for ten years previous to liis election as associate judjc which occurred live years ago but for several SUMMER GUESTS The following are the summer guests at the Thomson House Mrs Frank Hays and child Lock Ha ven J D Cox wife and child Mrs J F Whitclaw and child Mrs Geo Cooper Mrs Chas Otis and family Miss Sher win Mrs Baslington Miss Baslingtpn James Mason Miss Mason Miss Premiss Cleveland Mrs Bryant Miss Hender son W H Bryant W U Bryant H G Bryant Mrs Haines Miss Hutchinson Dr I C Morris and wife T T Brown W W Sagers Mrs Harris Miss Seacock Geo Bidcjle H G Clay Philadelphia Mrs James Walker and family Chicago Wm J Raisin Airs W M Raisin Jenkintown Jos A Weaver I child Bethlehem Frafik S Bis months past he has been unable to at tlns road and us building is said fn lie t tl i tend at court Hc was a good citizen only n question of time H will be a short route lo the eastern markets for universally liked and his death will be regretted by all His remains were iu c i rc i tne coal and iron of Jefferson county i t n TI i r r tcrrecl U I ortville Thursday afternoon and he lumber and bark of and The fimera Clanon counties scl And family J W Kerr Miss Kerr Bonham Pittsburg i 7TA At a meeting of the Democratic county committee held in Smethport on Thurs day of last week the time for holding the county convention was fixed for Au gust 15 and the primaries in each town ship for the election of delegates to said convention on the Saturday evening pre A committee of five consisting of MSweeney Gatchell of Bradford Harry Wilson E Kernan of Srrrcthport and A J Hughes of Port Allegany were appointed to examine the new law regarding the holding of primary elections and report as soon as possible to the chairman of the county duclef by the G A R assisted by the KWrcd Post lh Rev Fisher nnd Cure The symptoms are moisture like pcr Kpiration intense itching increased by scratching very distressing particularly at night as if pin worms were crawling in and about the rectum1 the private parts are sometimes affected if allowed to continue very serious results may fol low DR SWAINKS HEALING OINTMEST is a pleasant snro cure Also for Tetter Itch Salt Scald Head Erysipelas Barbers Itrfr BlotchBS all Scaly Crnsty Eruptions Price 50 cents 3 boxes for Sent by mail to any address on receipt of price in cmrenoy or ptmtagn ptmnps oulyhy Dr Swftiito Son 830 Sixth dkrect to Kcliruary hANK MARKKTS VIy by store Flour uliilr amber rye Hnvifl of ho in Gonurnl J7 r 75 iorn prr curt bent shorts W lira i brnii per Wheat Ipr Iniphrl 1 1 20 1 mi 140 Ilnltcr prr th n if K TNjrk moss per Hncon Ham Mmnlilor rleKS end cut bmf A extra C C broxvn in 11 14 11 1 ft 10 II 10 9 O Iowilerlcii 1 lapTrn per S 5 KHR Hrrakfast lil ADVERTISEMENTS OEO WELKKR Propr ffraky Mtfean Pa This House is nexv ami has been furnished liirousfhoiit it First Class in Every Respect Best Accommodations in Town TJnrroom is tocafcl in bflsonicnt remote from tho business portion of the Home uprStt HOTEL7 F W MEESE Propr KANE PENNA NEW HOUSE NEW FURNITURE And ScfrjfiTttng Special Attention Given Cpm Travtslsrs g yif fr u ifc f Cyclopaedia The of July the completion of the largest and most Utemnr 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Kiiipnrinm with A Jvrifl It U Train Hiiffrtlo 2 p in direct ronnrrtinn at ISniporiiiin for jKiinU South And Through Sleeping from fcmporinni F s In rtTcrt ocu 17 ffl J P Gcii Siipt lew ort OBKAT R AI A D TIME TABLE HAHOWAUE GROCERIES IKOV TBJIINB KASTTTABtl STATION i g Mitnnncldi SAIpni o 12 i No i i Ko 24 A FULL LINE OF SPECTACLES EYE GLASSES READYMADE CLOTHING 1 OSAai 4 Warn BiiiTftlMilfttOOaml TRAINS WKSTWinn A UP IX FACT Everything UsuallyKept First Class General Store Salauinnca iTanieatovrn Union City Mcftdvtllc ftltfnStleUL Ar Cincinnati No 1 1 20am 1 SiSam So T lOittpm All Goods Sold Strictly for Cast Train No 9 leaves Salamanca Corry Union 6S7 Rr rivcsat p I Trsin So 3 connects at Corry wittt the Phil I firtclpria Eriu Uailrond W B SHATTtTC Pas and Ticket Vgt O P COOPER Ciovclitiin O TAUNKIRK ALLEGBSNY VALLEY JJ PITTSBURG TIME TABLE noixo SOUTH Repairing Watches and Jewelry a KflNE MKEAN PA Jcitf Livery Boarding Stable New Barn Near the Kane Hotel JAS MDADE Propr Good Bigs and Turnouts Upon Short Nfitice Cash an1 ronijiar ill 1o torvaniine my before purrhnsing 9r31 Si i COUNTRY PRODUCE TAKEN in EXCHANGE for GOODS llwjils Sun 5 STATIONS L AfiKNT FOR THE Conklin Road and Farm Wagon Mannfactnmi hy W II A D C Olesii W T April S4 HOUSE LAERABEES C H JIOORE Proprietor Loontcd opposite the MKtan Bnffslo Buffalo New York Philadelphia railrond depots honso been recently rebuilt am newly for ntsheiJ thronghont and is now a flrat class bowa feblSl Leave ACT WarrenI TitriCTillu OOJSO NOBTH wsa Arr Ixsnvol m Sun 6 10 43 WSS Trains connect at DunliirTi wit Shore Bnrl Erie Railroads At Junction with Buffalo t Southwestern and Xcw Tork AOhio Railways for taroestnwn acd Srsaiora THATKK Gen 1 Snpt C A Snpt To the parert to tjruiish all clas I I 1 ses with plovmcnt at home the wftote of for their spare momenta lijtM Persons of from 60 to per eremi tional snm liv bnsineMBors and men Thattft who thsir the this To Mrt as trill senci onortolltf to tftt T Frill partfcnturs t dress 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