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Hillhcim. Thursday Apr. 5
Tonus—sl.so For Annum.
llaliV.ns on the L. C. S. C. It. It., nasa
Fopul&'.ion of 6— 7vKi, is a thriving business
•cut re, and controls tlie trade of an average
radius of over eight miles, in which llie
JOUKNM. has a largerviivulatlou lUau all
•Uier county paiwrs eomble<l.
AUrtr Usees will please make a note ofth is
Stranger than Fiction.
I* 11l the autumn of 1317, while the
I woods were bright with the vaiie
-1 gated hues which follow the light
I touches of early frost, a mounted
1 traveler was pursuing his way
1 through a daik, broad, lonely forest,
I in the western part of New York.
I lie had ridden three miles since see
-1 ing a human habitation, and he had
I two to go before lie could got sight
I of another. lie was descending a
I kill into a gloomy looking valley,
I through which tl wsd a shallow, but
I swift running rtreaui ; and ou reach-
I ing the water he permitted liis thirs-
I ty beast to stop and drink.
E At that moment a man cam* out
I from a cluster of bushes into the
1 road, or horsepath, on the other side
I of the stream. This man was dress-
I - ©d like a hunter, and carried a lifle
on his shoulder. Nothing about
him indicated hostility or wicked
design. He was of medium height,
compactly built, with intellectual
features, and a certain air of gentili-
I ty—seeming rather as one abroad
I from some settlement for a day's
* sport thin a professional hunter.
■ All this the mounted man noted as
f he crossed the stream to continue
his journey, and when they came
together a pleasant salutation was
"Fine weather for traveling, sir,"
remarked the man with the gun.
"And for hunting, also, I should
suppose," smiled the other on the
"Yes, there is gam* enough," re
- turned the other, "but Tam not a
pvxl hunter, and can only show one
ibear for rar day's work so far, and
that is almost useless to me, beeause
I have no to take it away. I
would willingly pay a dollar for the
use of a horse like yours for a couple
of hours If you could spare a mo
meat or so I would like you to set'
the bear ; it is only back behind the
bushes, some two hundred yards
"I will not only look at it," re
plied the traveler, dismounting and
fastening his horse, "but if not too
heavy, I will take it almg lor you,
seeing I am going your way."
The hunter thanked him in a most
cordial manner, and then, as if t<
make himself agreeable, and keeping
up the conversation, inquired where
the other was from, whither jour
neying. etc ; all learned in reply
thatAhe latter resided in Albany,
was a merchant, in good business,
and was traveling partly for his
health and partly with a view of
making an extensive land purchase
for future speculation.
"Well, here wo are," exclaimed
the hunter, as two emerged from
the dense thicket, through which
they had slowly foiced their way
into the open wood ; "and now •
will show you as fine and fat a least
as vou ever saw. Observe where I
point with ray riflp."
(lie stepped hack some eight or
ten feet, deliberately raised the
piece to bis eye, and pointed the
muzzle directly at the head of the
traveler. There was a flash and a
loud.report, and the victim fell like
a log, his face eovereil with blood.
This might or might not have
been the first crime committed bv
the man with the rifle. But as the
traveler fell the ride slipped through
his hands, and he shook violently
from head to foot ; yet he ran to
his victim and hurriedly robb°d him
of his pocket-book, a gold watehand
chain, one curious spa!. and a dia
mond breast pin and ring, which
faitly tore from bis finger. Then he
dragg-d his body into a thicket,
picked up his rifle, plunged madlv
through the bushes to the road
mounted the traveler's horse, and
cashed away from the awful scene
IWe must now suppose a lapse of
In the spring of 1337 there, lived
in the city of New York a banker
and millionaire whom we shall call
Stephen Edvcard3. lie owned a
palatial mansion, splendidly furnish
ed, in the very heart of the town,
and he and his wife were among the
lenders of the fashionanle world
They had a beautiful daughter, just
turned to sweet sixteen, who was
aliout to be married to a foreign
nobleman, and great preparations
were making for the happy event.
One day about this period, sis the
great banker was conversing with a
gentleman from another city, who
called to see him on business, he
observed that the latter suddenly
grew very pale and began to trem
"My dear sir," said he, ia his us
ual tone of off-hand sympathy, what
is the matter Y "Are you ill Y"
"A little faint, sir, but nothing
to cause alarm," replied the other
hurriedly. "I am subject to similar
si*-lls. If you will lie kind enough
to excuse ine for ten minutes or so,
I will take a short walk, and return
I In better condition."
In ten minutes he did return, re
porting hiiUM-lr quite well, calmly
proceeded to Qnish his business with
the banker, and then to ik his leave.
It was perhaps a week after this,
when one night, us the hanker was
sitting before the tire in his librai v,
a servant came in and gave him a
letter. He took it with a yawn,
and opened it in the most in lolent
and indifferent manner possible ;
hut he had not read a d 'tui words
before he rose up with • start, turn
ed pale, and trembled so that tin
paper rattled. He finished the note
—for it was rather a note than a
letter—worked one hand uervoush
at his throat, and with the olliei
clasped his forehead. For a mo
ineut he seeiued to he choking into
calmness, by an iron will, some ter
rible emotion, and In so far sue
ceeded as to address the waiting ser
VDIIT in an ordinary tone.
"Jnines," he said, "who gave you
this letter V"
"A man, sir, who said he would
wait for an answer."
"Tlieu I suppose he is waiting ?"
SiKin theio was a light tap on the
door, and the banker said "coiu*-
lu." in an oidiuary tone.
The servant opened the door, msh
ered in the stranger, and iumediate
ly withdrew. The 1 titer was verg
ing on sixty, was of rough appear
ance and coarse attire. He wore an
old gray overcoat, buttoned to tlie
throat, a pair of green goggles, and
his whole dress was saturated with
" Take a seat," said the banker,
IKiinting to a chair near tlie tire.
"No, thank you, .'II stand," was
the gruff reply. "You g.it my let
ter, and <f course you know my
business, lie added.
"You allude to this, I suppose,"
said the banker, producing the let
ter which Ind caused him so much
"I do not understand it ; you
nust have in vie a mistake."
"No ;no mistake at all. I was
present twenty years come the 10th
•if Cctolier, and saw you, Stephen
Edwards, shoot the man, and if von
go to ieuy it, I'il have you in prison
liefore morning. I've laid my plans,
and got everything sure, and if y.ui
go to plav inn ocent, and refuse mv
terms, I'll takt care to se? that you
die stretching he np."
The banker, in spite of himself,
shuddered, turned pale and stagger
ed to a scat.
"What do you want ?" he groan
"A hundred thousand dollars—
not one cent less."
"I cauuot give it—it would ruin
"Just as you say," rejoined tlie
other, as lie moved toward the door.
"You know what wid follow if I go
"Oh, stav ; you must not go yet,"
cried the mail of crime, in a terrible
He argued, urged, pleaded, im
plored for mercy at a less fearful
cost, but in v.iiu. At last the bank
er, seeing ruin, disgrace and death
before hi in if he refused, agreed t
the terms. He also agreed to meet
the stranger, with the required sum.
in front of 3 r . Paul's Church. Both
wese punctual to the fixd liin<\ and
bill* and checks to the am u it of
one hundred thousand doll us chang
A month 1 iter there was a tre
mendous run upon the hank of
whicil Stephen Edwards was princi
pal owner. It was soon broken and
closed. Then'the sheriff was set to
work by eag~r creditors, and a'l the
real eg'ate ahd property of the late
millionaire was seized and sold, leav
ing him a beggar and many just
claims unsatisfied. Fashionable
friends deserted tlie family, and the
proud-nobleman refused tlie hand of
the ruined banker's daughter.
In the verv midst of this disgrac •
uid tribulation Stephen Edward
encountered the man who had turn
ed so pale and agitated iri his pros
ence a short time la-fore.
"I rather think you do nnl know
me. sir," said the gentleman, with
"Your face seems somewhat fa
miliiar. but yet I cannot place you."
replied El wards.
"Permit me to bring myself to
your recollection, then, and as 1
wish von to know roe. A littb
tnore than six weeks ago I was talk
ing to you on business, and you oh
served that I turned deadly pale,
and became agitated ?"
♦'Ah, yes ; I remember you now."
"Let tne tell you why I was af
fected. Mv eyes had just chanced
upon a curious watch-seal which
had belonged to a merchant named
Philip Sydney, who was shot in the
western part of the State some
twenty years ago, and looking at
your features closely, I knew you
to be the villiau who perpetrated the
"Merciful God 1" exclaimed the
hanker, with a blanched face and
. quaking form.
"Yes, I knew yon," pursued the
other,' and a week later I disguised
I myself and had an inteivie.v with
you in your mansion. You rcuKnu
t>ei that, of course Y"
"But," gasped the trembling
wrst.'li, "did not I pay you your
own price to k<ep my fatal secret ?"
"Yes, and with that very money
and what other 1 could command 1
was < nabh'd to buy up enough of
Vour own bills to make that run
upon your hunk which broke it and
forced ruin upon you."
"Ami what, would you, now that
I MID ruined V" inquired' the other,
. with the deadly calmness of despera
"Now that I have had my revenge,
[ Want you to know that 1 myself
am the man you alteiuoted to tutu
der and did rob. lam I'nilip S\d
ney. Behold the sctr where the hall
struck and glanced." and he lifted
ttis hat a- d showed it.
"God be praised J" ej icillated th
other. "Ghl l>e praised that yon
are still living !" and unable to re
strain his emotion he burst into
tears. "Oh, sir," he continued,
"you oave taken a load off my con
science—a weight from my qoiil..
rtiough povetv. lieggary, disgrace
uul death are staring me in the
face, [ am happv in tlie knowledge
• tiat I trn not guilty of murder
happier than I !ia\e been for twenty
years with all the luxmious sur
roundings of wealth. It w<*s in>
first and last crime. I liave nevei
In-en able to tell liow I was tempted
on that occasion. "Now, sit, do
with tue as you will—only, I pray
you, le merciful with my innocent
"I forgive you," returned the
other r extending his hand "I for
give yo i. You have been punished
already. And God has seen proper
to preserve us lntli together ; lei us
nope it is for our salvation, and let
ns so lire as to deserve the blessings
we receive. I will restore you
enough ♦o place y u auu v>nr familv
aho.e want ; and for the rest, I
trust we shall soon have t ► rendei
an account of our stewardship in
I'lhlip Svd'iey kept his word, and
with a fresh start in the world, and
now an easy conscience, the still en
terprising Stephen Edwardsaccumu
lafed another respectable fortune,
mncfi of which lie B|>eiit in charity.
Philip Sydney died In 1843, and
Stephen E i wards in 13~>1.
Is not truth indeed strange—
stranger than Get ion ?
Solemn looking Detroiter, dressed
is a laborer, enters grocery on Mich
igau avenue, carrying achestof tea in
his arms, and as tie puts it on the
counter ne says :
"Found it in a lumber nile near
the Junction thia morning. I s<v
from tlie marks that it lielong* to
you. Had you missed it Y"
♦•Well— ahem —well—"ceughs the
"It's your chest of tea, of course,
and I want in reward for returning
it. Right is right, and I try to do
the fair thing lv evervb >Jy "
"Yes—aheut—needn't let this get
into tlie papers—ahem—nor sjH-ak
to the polic"—ahem —and take this
dollar for your trouble."
Tne chest was hidden under the
c mntertill a leisure moment arrived,
and then the grocer opened it in
search of fifty pounds f O >1 nig. Ja
pan or best green. The contents
consisted of sn <v .lust.—nice, clean
siwd'i-tof the highest workman
ship. It was only a dollar swindle,
md why di'l that grocer kick the
chef across th* store, slam the stove
arou- d and yell to his meek farad
cl >rk :
"Boy. I'm i good mind To dis
charge you f >r this !"— Frrt Prts*.
A Mistaken Dor.
Little Sandy, the to<t hlack, was
skipping down Gi isw.dd street yes
terday when a policeman asked him
• f anything was up.
"Guess lini Blaine is up there in
an Insurance office," replied Sandy.
"Jin Blaine? Why, he isn't in
•*\V-I . its a Ml w who is throw
ing his arms around, hopping up
and down, and yelling out: "I
won't le quiet. I T can't he put
down ! I hanker fr blood I Yon
lie—you li- I" You'd better go up
there, for they are fixing to put" a
hand on him. whe.ther lie's Jim
or not."— Free Press.
-♦• ♦ ■
It hurts a boy's toes to kick a
stone which he has ttumhled over,
but there are times when the phvsi
cal must submit to tlie mental and
make tlie mental feel good.
If there is one town in this coun
try without at least one citizen who
imagines that lie knows all about
perpetual motion we should like to
have the name.
It is a chap d >wn in Indiana who
is now trying to make a flying ma
chine, He is sanguine, of course.
PURIFIES THE BLOOD,
Renovates and Invigorates
tho Whole System.
ITS MKrtlrmi, riiorKRTiKS APT
ALTiiitlilVK, r Mf. SOLVENT AM)
VRdKTIXEIt exclusively from the
tulce-nf catvfu lv sviCi'U'd hark*, roots and
herbs, .nut so stro'ivlv r, noeut rated, that It
will otieotu illy eradicate from the system
every taint of Srri)fuKns
Humor. Tumors, t'li,iitt'Aiirnruuii
Humor KolprliiM, Mnlt It he tint.
Syphilitic llii>Mrs,('Ankrr. Knlnt
us Ml the Ntoumcli, ami all dl*ea es
that Miise from Impure blond. Sciatica,
Inflammatory ami Chronic Klieumatt-m,
Neuralgia, flout ami Spinal Complaints, can
only lw* effect utlly cured through tic blond
For Fleer* and Kruptlve IMseases of the
Skill, Puatnle*. I'linples, lUotches. llnps.Tet
ter. Scald.head and Klni'worm, VKUKTINK
has never failed to effect a permanent cure
For Pain* In the Hack. RldnevComplaiiits.
Proosv, Female Weakness. la'U " rrliopa.
artaioe from, interna I uleeralion, and n'er
ite diseases ami General lvbillty, VHiF
TI \ K ■•( dl'-eetly tinoti tlie causes of the*,-
eomolrtlnte. It In vp/mafe* asd strenelhens
the whole system, acts noon the set relive or
cans, alliiw loflammati >n, cures ideerutlon
and reeu'utes he bnweh.
For Catarrh, t>yspen|a, Ilnhitu'C C s|vc.
nos. Palpitation ti the Ilea I lle.ad.ieh-,
I'll,•<. Nervousness ami General Ih nstiation
of the Nervous System, no medicine has >lv
■•n • neh oer'eet siflsfaetlon as the VFGK
TiNF.. Itmt C'es the blond. lean*es all
te o •aos, and |k,s e„v. r , controlling poiv.
er vei the nervous system.
Tte remarksl>|e cures efleetcd hv VFO'-
T'N'K have induced many physicians an>'
aim wh >m we know to ptesciilie
ai'd u*e't m their own tnml'les.
In fact. VKfJr.TINK Is the t>est reniet\
yef dsooyeret for the shove diseases, and p
the onlv reliable BLOOD ri'ltll IKK yet
p'a.-cd before the pub'lc.
THE BEST EVIDENCE.
The followlnc letter from llev F. S. Bed,
Pastor of M K t'tuveh. Natlek. Mass, wll'
be read with Interest bv manv nhvslelan*.
Als,. those suTei |n from the same disease
as he son of the Ifev. F. S. Bst. No
person esn douhf this testimony, as there i
00 about the curative powers of
V K( .* KT INK:
NATP-K. Mass ..Tan. 1.1*74.
Mr. H. Tt. Stevknr; Hear Sir—We have
said r., son for re 'sirdlng voir VK'IKI IVF
a medicine of the ermted Value. feci
assured that It has 'teen the meausof sa'vl'|t
on- son's life He Is now seventeen v\arsnf
ae; for the Inst two years he has sufered
from necrosis of his lep, caused hv aerefn
lons aljeetion. and was so far re.lueeil that
nearlv a" who saw Idm tl outrli* his recovery
I,n„ >Hih'e. A conned of able ph.y ieians
•*u!d rive us but the fnlntest hope of his
ever rail vine, two of the number declaring
that he was neynml the reach of human re
medles, that even amputation could not
save him, s h* had not vptor enoueli to ep.
dure the niv>'a||on. .Tust then we commenc
ed "Ivine hitu Vrr.*TiNf. and from that
time to the present he has been cnntiniuui*.
Ir imnrovlnr. He has lately resumed Ms
studies, thrown awav his crutches and cane,
a>d walks *i>onf chee- fully and strong.
Th ut'th there |s still snp discharge from
the opeolno where tip- Mmb was lanced, we
have the fu'lesf eonfldAnee that In .a little
time he wl'l be pvi fee'ty cured.
He has taken .about three dozen bott'es of
VrogTtNF. but lately uses but llff'e, .as he
declares that he Is too well to be taking;
medicine. Respect ful'v vonrs,
K. S. Bkst.
MKS 1.. C. F. PrT.
ALL OF THE
If VrnrrrNttwid reilpve pain, eleane, pu
rifv and ou-e neh djjesses. et.,rinr the
1 atient to uerfeet health after trvl p difler
ent uhvs|e|ans, manv remedies. u<Trln™ for
years, la it not conclusive proof, if yon .are a
suferer, von can le cured * XVhv is this
mdicine performing such trreat ei res It
works In the blno.l. m the eHculatlnr fluid.
It eyu trnlv lie railed the GRKAT BI.GOH
PniHtKl T'.e er if source of disease
orp'iu ite In the Mood: and no medicine
ttv does not .act direcriv n*on it, to purify
an l renovate, lias .any Juit claim upon pub
Recommend It. Heartily.
Sorrii Bosro*. Feb 7 IVI.
Ml e tJ-'l' sir —! t|lV'lkln >v.
eMihlrt sni von 1 * Vr icmnt.-md inn on.
vince,| 1 |* n vVilV'!' *<l\ (or l>vsi*osis
KMoev '■unpUiat, aiul uener.il debility of
1 can hesriitv recommend li to all Suffer
lug (torn lb' 4 tho.f cnn*''rlntM.
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N FOOT POWER
£JL I L.AI: AND SCROLL
J/FLP*! SAWS. LATIIKS. ETC.,
| FANCV VV'TTODS AND
i tli Terent machines
v\ tW J - Vw 'suited to the wants
kx V\ of mechanics and ama-
YCNRS. MEN, BPTS and
LADIES arc making from
l 0 p er riav HS j ng
them. The old style thrown aside when
these are known. Say where you read this,
and send for 48 page catalogue FKEE. W-
V. A J. BAJtwßf.AMUerd, WlßDehago Co.,
THE MIILHEIM GROCERY,
J3Y GEORGE ULRICH,
lU* just a littU the BES' COFFEE. SUCAB, SYRUPS TEA?, (FFCCC&AM
DBJBO FRUIT, CONFECTIONAIIILS, CHEESE AND CRACKERS, in town.
Also a general variety of NOTIONS and Stationary.
Country Produce tukcn in exchange for goodca, at the highest mrkl
rates CALL AND SEE. IBmly
JOHN D. FOOTE,
Dealer in General Merchandite
JJ@~"Specinl inducements to cash buyers. A share of the
•AF* patronage is respectfully solicited. .JGG
PEA LEU IN ALL KINDS OF
Clocks, Watches and
• t •
of the latest style*.
All kindß of Clocks, "Watches and Jewelry repaired cn short notice
and "WARRANTED. The ladies ana me public generally ere in*
vi;olto C 3 i. Room—Second Floor of A exander'e Block,
Adillheim, Centre Co., IPenna.
j7 W. WALLACE & CO.,
Corner IfcvLain A.nd Q-rove Streets,
LOCK IIAVEN, PA.
A full stock of Druffs & Chemicals constantly on hand. All the
Ih UPjk:aai Ajllola93 aiats. Oils and Gase, at lowest prioea
still engaged ii. is second to nono
the manufacture this part of TBO
fOIIChCS, Dflalsfffr A Kower g &Od
SHOPS, EAST of BRIDOF., XTLLIIEIM, )'A
(Successor to J. O. DEININGER,)
Would most respectfully inform the citizens of Centre eounty, that H
has constantlj on LUN d all kinds of FURNITURE, made oi*the best m
terial and in the most approved styles.
SINKS, TABLES, .
DOUGH TRAYS, CORNER CTTBOARDS
and nil other nrtfrlea in'Hs lire constantly or herd. rricfrM :) t# rtsl
the tiinrs The wants of voting man ied couples e.*i>eciul]y suited. Come
and see. SHOPS. MAIN STREET CENTRE IIAI.L, PA. 21xly.
THE PEOPLES' DRUG STORE.
NEXT DOOR SOUTH OF HICKS & BUG'S HARDWARE,
Has been re-opened, re-fitted and re-stocked with the best and moat
popular Drugs and Medicines.
Particular attention given to the wants of Farmers and those living TM
theOtretry. W. A*t.