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BLOOMSBTJRG, PA., FRIDAY , APRIL 26. 1878.
THE COLUMBIAN, VOL. XTI, NO. 1C
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OI.OCKS, WATClir.il, AC.
f E. SAVAGE. Dealer In Clocks Watches
j , and Jewelry, Main at., Just below the Central
Am. L, XAtB. JNO. K. ILYMIXR, CHAi. B. IDWABD3.
WM. R. HAGENI1UCU,'
Kntilt, l i jinlrr Jt KiUvarl,
(Successors to llenf diet Dorsevt p.inArt-rt
importers and dealers In
;hina, glass and qukexswahe,
P23 .Market Street, I-hlladelphla.
onf tartly cn hard Orlrlnal and Assorted Packacrs
G. 11AUKLEY, Attornev-nt-Lnw, Ollicc
lu Ilrower's building, 2uils:ory, Kiooh 4 & s.
wH. WM. M. l!i:ilEl!,SurKeon and l'hvsi-
clau. umco s. u. corner nock andJIaiket
T H. EVANS, M. I)., Surgeon nnd I'hysi
I . clan. (Onico and neildciico on Third btrcct,
comer Jeff crton.
T It. McKELVY, M. i)., Surgeon nnd 1'liv
J . elclau, north sldo Jtaln street, tx-low .Market.
In llartman's building, Mali
P.BV.O. K. CANFIELD(A.MPrincipal.
If j ou want to patronlio a
FIHbT CLASS SCHOOL,
WHEHU 11UA11I) AND TUITION AllE LOW,
gtve us a trial.
Next term begins
MONDAY. Al'lUL 15, 1S7S
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July 27, 7"-1y OranBevUJe, l'a.
, Clark e Wolf's Store, Main Hi eet.
AVID LOWENHEUO, Merchant Tailor
Mam Nt., above central Hotel.
S. KUHN, dealer in Meat, Tallow, etc.
. Centrostiect, between Secondand Third.
Increa:e c Fcnsicn: dtalccd, Colleetlcns aacle.
onicc, Second door from 1st National Bank.
Jan. 11, 1378
kit. J. C. ItUTTEH,
VIiySICIAN K SUIiaEON,
omcc, North Market street,
A T T O P. N K Y-A T-L A W,
Ofllce, llartman's Wool:, corner Main and Market
T U. VUNK,
Incicato of l'cnsious Obtained, Collections
omce In Columbian Hell iuno.
It. 1. L. KAMI,
Main Street, opposite rptacopal Church, Blooms.
tf Teeth extracted without pain.
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vemhern of tho United States Ijiw Association,
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1 It. A W.J.HUCKALKW,
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Tostage paid, a copy of our
11EAUTIFUI. P.OOK OP POEMS,
'Moses, Tho Grettt Law Giver,"
a rnlleetlon of l'rcms lliuitratlnir Hie Mfe tf Moses
belnir scleellons from Mrs. llemnns, t ullen Bry
ant and othir Celebrated authors. L'eautltully Illus
trated US 1IKCE1PT OF TWEN1Y-1IVK CENTS
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ClloICK PAIIlof Knurnvinw-s, otle r Ihoold Maatprs.,
Address NATIONAL lll lli:.M' OK KKtllt VIN(I,
t.Vl I 'I no Mnel, l'hllAdelphlu.
PiitMiirw wtTPir ivii ririiY
"lemlIllp.,'e, wHiicverrorilff. 6wt
U Irto. J..t.U)llrU&(tott,ikRKo, 111.
T-iy it fr u
obtain Prt for
nr tithf r rnm.
tiouiulp, (-rimiiK'iitul dsttrti, Irndo innrket(Hticl la
bels. JHcnt, AnslcntiipniM. lnt ifprtniTs. Apiifixts,
BUlt fur Infrtrnzi mnts, nnd all viu-v nttMnv unlcr
thulMTl'.NT I.AWH. tiron.ptt nttrnttto,
Inventions That ?tnvc Seen
OIj1 I l?( rV? I 1 ' illt l'attnt (iRK-omay
. J I'iW IIjV I 111 I ysillltn inuwt rnstP. Ik wit.
I entetl nv U-. Htlntr opptHt' thnwitpno otti-v, we
I can malcoclORe fearclien. nnrt rwiht jiatpnui mcro
aro remote from Wfttliington.
rrr rt ti8 n mrdrl or f-krtchof .our delcf i make
pxtunlnatlur. irtr oi ctiti:c,aii(l mUlse nstn atciit-
I'rlcrglowaDdNO CUAliUK VNLKsS l'.UKNT IS
pj-l l nr it,
W'p ietvr to crtlcLit In tlip I'alent onicc, toourcll
ruts in ecry Hute (rilin I Lion, itrid tunur m im
: tor nnd lippret tntntlve In Ccr.rns?. bptUul rcfer
i eiiccs fflvtn itu tleblrtil, Afldnw
aprll Z, T7-tt
Will CtlllK ltllKUJIATlSJI.
Mr. At.BKRT Chookeh. thft wpll-known druptrtst
very uno truubk'it wltn Kheumatlstn totrvVeiro-
Ucnri IIIN Mnl anient.
tl HtriYlM.K, At. Oct. 12, 1876.
Mr. H. If. HoTonM
tli1 .r 1r -Klrlnon rr ntrn luit full T viq tnlrpn
U-i uith rhumatlun hii1 was unable to move until
th i et aprll, Krom "lnt tlmounlll threoyt-ars
iiro this f iU I iifTcreil fvcrUhini wit liriir-nmatlsni.
Hoiimtlm(ji thf rt) wonM ImwuKh at a Hint- that!
P'liil noi siHp onortt'p Ih'so attacks wcroquto
oft'ii. I Minvieil pver I hi n if tli.it a man could, over
Wit 'o vntn hk) last spring I pnmmcntvtl taktnif
Vttf tl"i ami ffillowcd it mp until Iliad hovcii Ixit
tl(Mj iinve no rheumatism NlncMial time. I nlwuys
ftflvtsn fVi rv oiin w lio Is (rouMpd wltu rlieumatlm
To t--v Vt'jMti mnl not ru tT r for ,erirans I hne
don" 'tins ! ilcmcnt Is umtultous as rar an .Mr.
u U oun.'crncd. 1 ours, lc.
, ImictflstH nnd Apotlirca-
Mr. tl, K, SWENM
tack of wliomvne I'ouuli.' was left in a foible utatp
of l.tMlth. Ilcin advHcil liyatrlend Bhotrledthe
vopctlnf, atid atir usln a few uottles waj luuy re
storcil to llrMltll.
I lme in-cn a preat RnfTt'rerrrom Ithcumatlsm. I
liaVffilif 'nsireratliottlesof tlio V. upline for this
I'omiujmiiUii'i hih nappv io my n. iiaspimrriv tureu
nif. I lmo rt'comtnendod tho Vepettne tjj otheis
wlthlhp xa.np ootl rcsutls. Hlsa (Treat Heanser
.mo juirnicr "rincuioou; u lspieasaiu
fill, i-iii'uiiuiiy rucumuit-'iiu it,
REYNOLDS & SON,,
Thirteenth nnil Filbert StH.
MANUFACTCKBKS OF TATINTIB
WlOlM-IrOD Air-fiM HeatDTs
With SliiiUlnir nml t'llnkrr-Cirlnillnfr (.mtrror
It ii ml n k Aiilhrnrlti or Hiiuimi vnn loni
FOIt BITUMINOUS COAL,
Cooking: Ranges, Iiow-dewn Orates,
Descrlptlro circulars bknt mi to any address.
EXAMINE I1EFORE SELECTING.
AriU J, 17-ly a is
Dauchy & Co's. Advt's.
PIANOS AND OlUJANSrrEf,'?;
UIIEAT IlKnroiION to close out ourrrchcnt Hork
I Of T()0 Ni'ir nutl Scrotiil.Iluiid Instrument, Of
FIVK HIIST-CLARS MAKKKt jni.Y WABKAVTV D fllld at
prlcesthat IMII'V CO.ill'KTITIO.N ion Tititti.ARs
I OF ISRTKt'MKNTS. AUKNT WANTIII) for WAT
i:it' M'l'F.Kioit nr.M. oi;i; .s ami im
AN(K 1 1.1 rftTKATKU CATALOGCIM MA1IKI). I lit IE
ACX WATi:itS V M1W, 1M AhUA FACTt.'1'.tlU AND
Dealehs, 40, Last 14th ftrcer. .New ork. Alto
I lieueral amenta for Miouliiaer Li'lriiratrd I'rr-
inluui Orimns. d man li 2P, ,7Mw
M. C. SLOAN & BRO.,
ti viuaii 'I'O iV FOtt .1 E'VILIJ
US' WO SIO MIL ACRE,
itcech nnil i1liiilo I. anil In .Ulclil
gan In llr Iilillluii Acrti (.rant
ol'tlic ;iiinil ISiijiIiIn anil In
diana Itallroiiil Cnnipany.
Stroll pr Mill sure crops p'rnlyol
tlmbcr-uo druiiKlit-im ehlncli
bugs no hopiier"."
RCMNIKU fcTKKAMS Pl'BH WATKR llr.AUT .AliliKCTS
SCHOOLS J'AILKOAU CUll rl.ll 1 EU 11IHUIUU 111b
CBNTRk or the Grant.
Sciul lor pamiihliitjiHyiVi or German
Addresa W. II. HlllllAltT,
aprll 1, 117S-2SW d
TIT t TA Anollier Pallle on llinil Ann I M
'l A ( Iimiicks U'AHntih Monoi-.U Mil A IN
nti.Turonruprt. see iteaitv's latf frt Newnai-rr for
lull reply bknt mn. Peroro buying IMAM! or
OKIiAN read ray latest circular, ne.mj-8 ceieur.;
I ivrt IMannft nnrt Onram. twamuul Instrumelit I Chat
I leotre comparison I iinala aio Jealous of my fuc
cesst Most aucnssful house In America I lorn.
mencca a low years ao " uiioui a mmm, iMin-n u..
Fiua i. .9 (inn nnil nnnlnillv Loivt st til ken ever, iriv-
en, efecant KoscMood Pianos 13.i lcnopciiureli
Wi I) urtraa, sua. ireuieuuuui ui- iv i i
A It calna now reody. Ad.Ire.-B 1). A IV
BEa'H v.VaahlDKton.New Jer-tey.
Ibat Miiilunl'H llii.llinl I are lor
Catarrh win not InMantly relieve and
ariredlly euie. KeicKuus, Hcnis
Weils, If (p. flls, laito : i o., An
ion, N, Y.I Mil, 1U.KU1, ti , Mc
st hj r llfllton, uraui j.ou. .-i.
(PC A TeallinonUls and mallse l.v ma I.
IrSill I nice. ltUlinpioudlnlialerl so 1
tljrlV Vveriwlieic. 'wEKKsi 1'uHKlt,
Proprietors, lioiton, Mass.
aprll 12, 18IS-4W d
,'lrni of A, I'rooker A l'a
JJOTON, Oct., 1970.
to take and
JAMES MOUSE, 3C4 Athccl slrcet,
ncitlsm In ii UlseaMcor tho
Tho Mnoil. In tul disease, H found to contain nn
of tlbtln. VcpHlnc wets by ronvcrtlnjf the
1 x)d from M dlseftM-d condition to a liealtliy tlrcu-
lit Ion. VcffHIne refill tos tho bowels which Is very
lmportnnt In this complaint. One bottle of Vecetlne
will plve relief, but to effect a permanent cure It
must no tnKpn repumny, ana may tiKe several int
tl's, opeclallv In casns of long staiKlln?. Vecetlne
1h sold by all druueME. Try lr. and jour verdict
111 butliu samo as that of Ih-mvands befureyou,
whosnv,'! never found ho much relief as from the
use of Vegetluo," which U composed exclusively of
barks, routs and herbs.
ffl n POtfen rJimWan. "lia no riil nn Mood
punner. Iieartnir nf (in many wii.i"ettuieirt
il..n.rrM (Ilea had t ailed, I ,UillC'; ,n'i;crf;
lory, tuid i-uiiilliced im wll ill its ieinlie men' It
is prepared rrom onrMi, nium. mm ivrus. n i-.
wh-eii i hMdv effective nn1 they are fomnouiided
In aueh a manner as to produce asti alshing re
THE MlVKIt'S C110ICK.
BT HART AIKOI DI TIKI.
"Mere arc ros.s, red and white.''
"Thanks, dear, no.
Nature paints ttieni alt too bright."
"Is It so?
"Well, then, take this lll)'s face."
1 Chill It seems.
From Its ealm and stalely praco
' Look Uuo violets, J ou said
1 hey wero sweet I"
Ilcst their sneitness Bcemcth shed
At our feet."
"Heliotrope, the dearest flower
on the earth I"
"Nay, U fades before an hour,
IJttle worth 1"
"Ileart's-ease that youll surely keep I"
"It )ou might
Lay It on my spirit, deep
Out of sight I"
"So I cannot pleaso your sense ;
One fair gift to carry hence,
one no iriore t
"Yet each choicest bud I bring,
You refuse I"
"Sweet, from out their blooming
Let me choose.
"Kneeling Ilk. love's humblest slave,
Do not start I
Can you guess which flower I crave
Now, sweetheart t"
xothiiiR i:i"i to it.
Socth Sai-km, Mass., Nov. H, ISio.
Hour .lrl lmn heen troubled W 1th MTOf Ulft, Call'
kernml liver Complaint for threo jears. Ncthlag
... . .11.1 .nn .ni'im.l II 111 11 1 l-HIll llien(!lll USlDlT VOUT
vrAir.I j nin now iti iiii'k uwhsii nniji.i
Mill us.Inir the VKULTIMi. l conhiuir lucrum imni
Init cipiallo It tor such complaints. Can heartily re
commend It to cerj body
No. 10 Laranffc St., south salem, Ma.ss.
la Trepared by
J-1. 11. STEVENS, Boston.
Vupetino is sold by all Druggists,
WE COME AND 00.
If you or I
To day should die,
The birds would bjng an sweet to-morrow ;
Tho vernal Spring
llerllowera would bring.
And few would think of us with sorrow.
"Yes he Is dead."
Would then be said ;
The corn would floss, the grass yield hay,
The cattle low.
And Hummer go,
And raw would bird u. piun away.
How soon we"pass 1
How few, alas 1
liemember those who turn to mold I
Whose faces fade,
With Autumn's shade.
Beneath the sodded church yard cold I
Yes, It Is so 1
We come, we go
They hall our birth, they mourn us dead ;
A day or more 1
1 ho vi Inter oe'r,
Another taacs our place Instead.
The Great New Medicine !
F. ,t J. M. CLAKK,
omce m Ent s Hulling.
Carriages, Buggies, Phaetons, Sleighs,
First-class work.alwajs on hand.
liKrAllIINO NEATLY DONE.
Prices reduced to suit tho times.
Jan. 6, lStl-lf
ATTOIiNT.Y AT LAW.
mc-AdJ0.n,nS C. 11. A" Wlgg
KOB'T. K. LITTLE,
K. II. LITTI.K.
.1 J ATTOUNKYS-AT-LAW,
. ,it u i.-itiiitnnieGttttendcd
TTKHVKY K. SMITH,
onico in A. J. Evan's New nciLDiM,
Member of Commercial Law and luyk collection As-
onice In Brower's building, second floor, room No.
GREAT TRUNK LINE
UNITED STATES MAIL ROUTE.
I In Solid Silver
"Triple and Quadruple plate.
ConsKtlng of Napkin llliiij. ,ir k1-
cako'and Card natkets, Wuter-ntchers, etc.
Bronzs Ornamemts for Clocks or Mantels
In solid Ancient Bronze or French lirone.
Ota Vabiktv orCAan Ba-kkts in mud Ekonzs is
LAKOB AND VKKV IIANIWOUE.
ll- -narnntee the oualltv of the cooda we tell. It
not as reprebeutcd, v. Ill telund the money prompt!) .
A. J. WJlill 'ILilNAJIV,
36 South Second St., Philadelphia,
THE MAN IN ARMOR.
AN INTERESTING SKETCH OP LIPE IN THE
eye as night in the tropics. The auddentiesa
of nightfall; the instantaneous beaming
forth of those wondrous Btais, eo apparently
near ; the feeling that earth and moon and
stars are floating together in a lambent ether
all in new, wonderful and beautilul.
Such were tny delicious emotions as I
arrival, niter a wearisome voyage, in tho
harbor of St. Thomas, West Indies.
The town, with its many lights, always a
welcome siirht to the traveler : the hill-top
crowned with the liuecancer s tower ; too
'Meanwhile the father, whom I shall call
Vickars, received from England Intelligence
of this transaction, but no news of his boys.
His distress can be better imagined than do-
scribed. His wife, a Spanish woman, died
under the Hgony of suspense. All that was
Iclt to him was one daughter, Annunciata, n
child of 12 years. He sent Eat and West
for his lost children, but no tidings came of
'One other friend he had, who shared his
watihings nnd his sorrows. This was the
good Father l'cdro, Iho Catholic priest, who
spent hl life in tho humble but unwearying
care ol his church and his people, nnd who
drnrly loved the wife of Vickars, one of hl
most devout children. He was one day
sitting at window which commanded the sea,
talking to the afllicteil father, and offering to
go himself In search of the lott boys, when
in tho extreme distance ho decrihed n sail.
'A ship I' 'a ship 1' How nnxiouily was she
watched 1 How Intently they had scanned
every sail for months 1 How they sat witli
suspended breath till she came nearer 1
'At length, after mauy weary hours, the
ship reached the dock. On her deck stood
one boy. Only one. Yes, it was he ; it was
'Even in this hour of inexpressible emo
tion arose the cry. 'Where is thy broth
'William told, with many tears and sighs,
a story of great length and great interest.
They had escaped to Madeira j thence had
started for home ; had been taken against
tlioir will to Lisbon ; had been inhospplta
bly put ashore, as their money was gone ;
had retreated into the interior ; joined a
party of robbers, or been taken up by them,
and Philip, having offended the chief, had
been murdered, or at least was dragged in
sensible (rom his brother's sight, nnd Wil
liam, tied and wounded, was carried in nn-
other direction by the robber troop.
'Escaping at last, ho reached the sea;
found a ship bound for the West lndii;s..Tlip
S?.i:W10.jnotfilVOspiiaoi '" f'U. .-,.(
01J Father Tedro was an attentive listen
er to this story. He had never niteu vro.
and he thought there were some discrepancies
in this story.
'You say, my son that the robbere took
you past the Convent of Santa Maria, about
three leagues from Lisbon?' said Father
'William turned very pale, but that might
be caused by painful recollections.
Ym. pnod father, said lie.'
r tnnw that country well, and was born
not far from that conveut,' sain tuo oui mu,
Tl,n pventa in the history of his family
had been bo shocking that Vickars sank in
to a state of incapacity. Although a man
in the vigor of life two years before, he was
now sunken and apparantly aged.
'His estate was large, and came very much
aprll it, Iviiv
A Hoaltli-Giving Power!
PURIFIES THE BLOOD,
INVIGORATES THE LIVER,
PROMOTES DIOE8TION, nnd
STRENGTHENS THE NERVE8,
Thus .milually eiirliiR (litem, of '?
ever inline nr iinliire. It Is worthy or u
trlul. IUU.IK1'' Buuruiiteeil.
I. AUIIKKAHI-K lo lle'"',G1KA'":,i'i
lo 111" .toiimcn, unit ncl. . Illcleiilly
I-ATIIAIITIO, Al.TKllATIVrc mnl
llKTIC. Ill net Ion U not allemle.l with
proved himself an exellent man of business.
His slaves worked more nours tnau any
gang on the island, and his sugar and coffee
brought high prices, lie led a llie oi un
paralleled license and dissipation, ana
seemed to fear neither God nor man. Yes,
there was ono man who made him tremble,
and that was Father Pedro,
'At length it occurred that this check
should bo removed. Father Ttrdro had long
since determined to go toSpaln, and to make
search for the unfortunate Philip, but many
light, graceful boats of negroes crowding things detained him. The Catholic priests
mum! ilm sb tntlielr Bones ii tlie mcianciioiy are very uominant men on ,tu...u.-,....
em-.uuJ control -' "'?," , y " he
ulili 11 MO are bi-uinfc i .
Tim nt tent lend tlio traielllnir puMle Is resiiert
...7.5 i.?J to win i of the merits 'oft his great high-
way.inlliecoutldent awjertlnn and belief
other line can oner eiium um.vu...
through travel, in
mil T1 . KANtAN,
from M. i to two per acrn on ciuw leiii-s ii ij
meiTi. T In e luni are i f llie . ry Li nt i.uall . in.il
5rn l i-ate I m t lie 1 s inter w heal awl h ilt . row -?rrS
2 , d the UMtuI Mm. Allemale a. t-ilous
: ; !..w.ri.mn.t lal.il ran bu tuUl 11 1U hQUU klt'UU
Mi'iiiten, of our llrin leslue ut Wii.
orsu. whether Impaired, hy ;1 r
riiiuuleil Irani uny euin. In lo Incremae
U.lu l.oer. of n.IllilllaUnn and nulrl
ilou.lhe aimelllH being lncr.ili 0'';
llllnll of Ihu liver, us lllllou.ir..,
;"irA7orr. W. II. Hiuw.
A 11 15 0 TT & KIIAWN.
Pensions obtained. fle0 81i
--HlBVJiit.L,"ATi l'.U USi
omce In llartman's Jlloclc, Becona floor, corner
Main and Market Htrcets,
M. DIUNKEU, GUN and LOCKSMITH.
Construction and Equi
. . j... Ao nr a tnnrlcan railways.
ir. diplh. All bridges are of Iron or atone, and buht
fcarao tune models of comfort and elegance.
THE SAFETY APPLIANCES
.. .. .. ,ha ftirjuiplni? and I
In U0 OU UU3 line mil """"- ..rV.lSni-.rullli
liberal policy oi ui... v" VVAmvement and not
;!smeLVtUhaiU&ntl'.0, nation of consideration.
THE BLOCK SYSTE1I OF SAFETY SIGNALS,
JAHNEY COUPLEE. BUFFES wd PUTFOElt,
THE WHASTOU PATENT SWITCH,
111 Uiiut' innilS l.L U llllivr. inmi- iirlHi It'll IV li ill """I ' . .
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Ve-wln, Machines and Machinery of a., kinds H
jiaucu, vrs.it a iiuuob iuit"(i
over Maui's Stoiis, llloomaburir, l'a.
aprll 19, tsts.
rullman Palace Cars
are run on all Eipress Trains
From New VorU, I'lilladellihla, llnlllinore unJ
To t'lilcuao, ClurlniiBll, LouUvllIr, ldlanal"ll.
lind M. I.uuU,
Hazard of lire only. .... nniii -
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clal Airent and Adjuiter. H'comsburir, Penn .
'llie iituensot Columbia county thould patronize
thoactney where losses, It any, sie adlusted and
paid Cy one of Uielr own citizens. noT.10, TT-iy
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farmers Mutual ot Danville .....
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t ho Insured witnout any delay in tho onico at liioomv
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deur. beauty ana aricij..;i..". -rt i
cllltles aro rrovtdea. tmpiojtva ".u,".'v.v,,';;r.;
attentive, and It Is an ineiiiauie reun uv ..-r t
the renusjiiiuiw -
A Pleasing anl MemorsUe Experience.
Ttekcta for sale at the low est rates at the Ticket I
oniB ot the company la all Important cltlea and
'teas, uaknhh FitniT,
Spices cf all kinds, Glass & Quccnsw
Foreign and Domcstio Fruits,
AND GENERAL LINE OF
ltussell's Old Stand,
Itu door below Market street, Hloomsburir, Pa.
tr Goods dellveied to all paitsof the town
"J-or IUe cur. of Skin Bl.eo.e. nnd Ernp
tlonl or III! kind., VIOOIllOK I. mo.t
' VIUoilKSK I. roiillio.txl of llie aellve
uruut iilro lielliB taken by 11. Iliut llie
Katlierl right .eoion or tin
"im, ond tlmt tliey po..e. Ikelr nnlU
T1I15 11I.OII". 1NVIOIIUATK tlio
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1VK UUIIANK. I" Indl.pulubly nioven by
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Iieen liwrmuneiilly eurrd.
We do not u.k ou lo try u dozen botlle;
ti rmlierleiire iefler,fore Ul.'AIlA.NTKIS
ou Mill feel belter fioni tile llr.t rew
'riim v.vi.- I. ii.lnnl.litna llie Morld
Willi ll cum, ond t. lliro Inu all oilier
TONICS, Al.TKllTlVK ulid INVItlOK
ANTS, lillo llie .liode. l'ut up In large
liolllei, double Irrngtli. Ilequlre. small
do.r., and I. plealttnt lo take.
l'rlce, 81.00 per Ilottle.
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M Jst St., Hi Tort, ul limy City, W. J.
"THE OBJECT OF EATINO." a new book Ty
one .hould read, mit free upon receipt of a one
minor key, tlio warm anil tranquil atmos
nliere. nltocetlier carried mo away into the
land of reverie and dreams, and pleaant
languor and indistinctness tDok possesion
'An encliantlnc picture,' said a voice be-
behind me. It was my friend, tlio silent
V.noltshmnn. as we called him on board.
'You are familiar with this part of the
world V I suggested.
'Yes; there are romantic places. 1 have
an estate on one of them. I come down to
see it now and then. They give the estates
very queer names : 'Diamond and Ruby' is
one of them, 'Prosperity,' '.Mary's Hope,'
etc. Mine is called the 'Man in Armor.'
Ah 1 then yours has the queerest name
'Yes, and the queerest story a story of
crime, ol misiortune, m rcniuuw.
melodramatic story, for West Indian life is
In the hustle of landing I lost my friend
nnd foreot him, his estate and his story, un
til the next evening I met him pacing the
piazza of the hotel ond smoking his cigar,
We joined company ana smoteu wnetner.
lazily watching the negresses poising their
burdens on the head, and walking under
them with the majesty nf dark Cleopatrns,
chanting as they walked their wild, melan
'Ry the way.' I remarked, 'you spoke nf
your estate last night, nnd its history as if It
were no secret. Might a stranger ask to
hear it, or is it of a private nature ?'
verv important, particularly in Hie spatusn
islands, to the Government : so he must wait
until some successor arrived lo take ins
nlaca. At length, all diOiculties being
smoothed away. Father Pedro departed si
lently, not ronimunieating the purpose of
M imirnnv to ntiv save one. nnd this was
j j ,
old Santa, an African slave.
'An 'African slave' means one brought
from Africa immediately, having still the
original brand on the lorehead giving by the
slaver. Of these tlie islands in uuua nnu
Porto Rico are full, and a wild, fierce race
they are. The gyves haye not yet entered
their souls, and they seem to nave a super
natural power about them, burning ever I
iheir untamed eyes.
'Old S.inta was the commanding spirit nf
the plantation. She had been very insub
ordinate at first, and Father Pedro had in
terfered to savo her many a cruel punish
ment. She was now old, subdued and at
tached to the family, and especially to Fath
'The family estates were three in number.
firm 1 vine nn the seacost was called 'The
l!av ." another more to the inlan 1, was call
ed'The Sapphire,' fiom its commanding a
view of the blue ocean ; a third, and by far
After giving her a sound rebuke forloung-
Ing nbout he sent her away, but her curiosi
ty was aroused And she determined to watch
'About this time the island was very much
agitated by tho report that Mr, Agayo was
found dead In his bed. In these Islands the
events aro so few that one such thing as this
which does lint attract much notice In n
larger place, fills tho minds nf' the wholo
population, lie had been at a dinner tho
night before, and had drunk freely, but had
gone home perfectly well, nnd that was all
that was kuowu,
'Ilefnre this event had ceased to be n top
ic of conversation the dinner parties of the
island were enlivened by a very different ru
mor, which was that the lost heir of the
'Man in Armor' was allvo and coming to
claim his own again, It at first was n ru
mor, but oon became more the arrival of a
letter from Father Pedro to William, which
read thus :
'God bo with you, my son, nnd give you
satisfaction in the tidings I bring. Your
brother, whom you believed dead, is alive 1
I found him in the holy convent ot Santa
Maria, injured in mind and body, but still,
I hope, capable of Improvement. Tho holy
brothers of the convent found him bruised
nnd bleeding at the foot of a precipice. They
took him up nnd tenderly cared for him.
His memory is effected much, and ho may
never quite recover it. He can recall noth
log of the robber troop, of whom you havo
so vivid a recollection, but remembers some
thing of riding with you up a mountain
pas, when his horse stumbled na.l ho fell.
He cannot approach this place witnout
emotions almost overpowering. Tho holy
brothers tell mo that they see a change for
the better in him iu tho last year, and I
need not tell you that he knew me, and will
accompany me back to that home from
which a mystcriovsfate has so long withheld
C 'hiin1h"etiecTTTeaven, .
'How William received thi Intelligence
history does not inform us ; but before Fath
er Pedro and Philip arrived, another sudden
death startled the inhabitants, the old law-
yer who drew up the will and witnessed the
signature was thrown from his horse and
killed ; and now suspicion uecamc rue, mr
William had been seen in tils company not
'Still iustlce. always tardy where the sus
pected person is rich and powerful, took no
notice of these things, tnougn privam
vlilnnis were much ex:ited about them.
'In this state was the public wben i-atuer
Pedro and Philip arrived; tne latter leeble
nnd shattered, but still a reasonable man.
'As soon as decency would allow, alter tne
arrival of Philip, Father Pedro suggested to
William that it was proper lor liim to ie-
.u. i, ...a ..-t- of tUo 'Halt in
Armor' to its rightful owner, ns he had
heard tho conditions of the will mentioned
by many of the inhabitants. William coolly
replied that lie believed it to be in posses
sion of that person now, nnd produced a will
lened by his lather, witnessed by thejlaw
yer and Mr, Agayo, the features of which
were these :
'That tho two largest estates were th
propeity of William, the smaller being the
property of Annunciata, no mention being
made of Philip whatever,
'Many pesons on lho island had heard of
the original will, many hud talked with the
deceased gentleman nbout it, but still no
one had any personal knowledge of it.
'Father Pedro was not so easily discour
aged, and asked several influential men to
go with him to tho 'Man in Armor,' confront
William, tell him of their suspicions, ana
ascertain what they could.
William received them all in the most
uudaunted manner, declared his determina
tion lo maintain his rights and put all
suspicions at defiance.
' 'How do you dare, gentlemen, because
one man dies In dis bed and nuother falls
from his horse, to say that I have murdered
them, or caused them to bo murdered? Why
do you believe that, because I inherit my
father's estates he believing himself to have
no other son that, therefore, I have forged
'In tho morning the dignitaries of the !
land arrived, the door of the room was open
ed, but the prisoner was gone.
'Tho men who had guarded lho window
had not left their post; lho door was se
curely guarded ; there was no other opening
to the room. It seemed as If ho mnt havi
entered tbo solid wall.
'However, ho was gone, Tho search for
him proved utterly unsuccessful, and vrai
glteu up. Gradually ho censed to bo talked
about.'Thsre were wild rumors ol his having
been seen In a boit pulling for a ship; but
nothing very definite was known.
Perhaps n year after this sudden disap
pearance Annunciata came back from Eng
land. She was followed by an English tjcii
tlemau to whom she had promised her hand,
and finding her brother Philip much Im
proved in mind and body, she determined tu
celebrate her marriage at his house, and en
deavor to break the chain of dreadful events
which had followed one another under tho
roof of the '.Man ill Armor,'
'The marriage day of Annunciata arrived.
They deemed it proper to show their Kens.i
of the neighborly kindness to their friends,
and invite the to bo present. Although tho
fato of William hung over them like n darL:
cloud, yet their conviction of his crimes anil
his harsh and unhrotherly conduct towards
them had blotted out the Iovo of kindred,
and they had got to look upon him as some
thing mysterious aud dreadful, and to try tu
'The wedding was arranged witli great
state, as became the wealth aud social posi
tion ol the parties. The planter, iu theic
beautiful equipages drew up lieforo the su
perb entrance of the 'Man of Armor.' Tbn
negroes, in holiday costume, filled thu
grounds. Numbers of them from tho other
estates, with their bright-colored drcsses and
white turbans, came on in processlonsbring.
ing flowers to throw before the bride,
'About 4 in the evening, as tho beautiful
""'i'" "",.V"-'TTTi ,mmeed the mar-
. '. . ..hp iv,lrn nronounceu
Returning to iutfTo"r --hmeiit were)
served In the grounds. As the brio. ,(
her immediate friends wero retiring to tlm
grand saloon a rocket ascended from tbo re
mote corner of the garden. The guests im-
mediately hastened thither, thinking tnar.
their hospitable eutertainers had provided ii
new treat for them. Tho rockets urew inn
attention of the bridal party in the saloon,
and they all crowded to tho windows, foe
they were as much surprised as their guests.
They wero soon absorbed in something morn
startling still the aound. oj groans, pro
ceeding they knew not whence, ion.a,i
clanking of metal and a heavy fall.
'Immediately a servant rushea in.seizeu
Father Pedro's robe and drew him to thu
outside of the house. There, detacned from
the window, lay one of the 'Men In Armor,
leaving a ghastly opening In the wall of thu
house. A few, bolder than tne rest urow
near and discovered the horriblo truth.
Within tho 'Man in Armor' was tho body of
William, stifled In his own ingenious con
trivance. Toetie justice could not have de
manded a more fitting termination to such it
career. The fastenings of tho mouthpieoi
ot the caque, made to fly open at a touch,
had grown rusty with the dampness and had
resisted all efforts to open them.
'The confession of a Spaniard, shortly af
ter epprehended for some crime or other,
supplied tho deficiencies In this story. Wil
liam had designed this hiding place to ai
ford him a refuge in that day when retribu
tion should Cud him. It was a suit ot ar
mor,painted;to match the stone effigies which
ornamented tho house, and ingeniously fit
ted to n small closet in the wall ot the house.
He had used It successfully on tho night nl
bis escape, romaiiilng quietly In It while his
guards wero in tho house, nnd letting him
self out when they bad all gone. It wna
true that ho had escaped in a boat to one ot
tie lesser islands, where he was not known,
returning sometimes In the night, and nl
ways determined to be revenged ou his broth
er and Father Pedro.
'Tho wedding having como to his knowl
edge, he determined to use his hiding place
on that occasion, to issue from it nt night
fall, to bury his murderous knife into his
unoffending brother, nnd to escape the way
Produce your proof, genlemen, of I he came. Tho rockets were of his invention,
my guilt ; produco one connecting link be
tween me and the death of these men, nnd I
will abdicate In favor ol my brother, n feeble
and broken man, who shall have the care
and support he requires, but who never shall
hold the position of power and proprietor
ship which I hold.'
'A low, fiendish laugh was the only sound
which broke the silence niter this speech of
William's. Old Santa had stolen in ns he
Oh 1 by no means. Everybody knows it.
I Tn Us nwn Island it is the favorite after din-
tr.r.Ifi nnd If van will take nassace with l0"9
i. ii. .1. ,.,i.ui, in.mnmii 'I have three estates
me uu we nine -m.v ..i.n.i,,.,, fv
mat i may sun nu.o m.rc
tho finest, was called the 'Man in Armor,' spoke, and now stood behind father Pedro's
from a fanciful decoration to the facade of chair uttering her bioken and almost unin-
ihH house an eflizv of a man in full armor telllgible sounds.
lvlnir beneath each window the proprietor I 'William sprang nt her, but an athletic
liavinf? iiaid this tiibute to bis lovo of 'mer- man near him held him down in his chair
rle England' in her feudal days. while the old woman spoke, braudishing a
'Vickars drew nigh to death and prepar- vial in her hand,
ed to resign all these possessions. As the jj0 km him ! he kill Mr. Agayo! He
body gave way the mind came back, and a,.ej j,jm t0 jui- tiie jay befure he died ;
summoning his lawyers, he dictated as fol-
and I pray to Hod
and this same agent of his who revealed his
story had charge of them.
While the people were pone to the church
he crept to the house nnd shut himself in hU
hiding place. His horrible death from suf
fonation had caused such convulsive strug
gles that the 'Man In Armor' was torn from
its fastenings and Ml with Its Btlll palpita
ting inmate to the ground. It never was returned-,
and a stone was plainly fitted iu plact
'Annunciata, her husband and brothot
departed for Fngland. Tho house has lie?
er been inhabited since.
My fritnd paused and looked out upon th
laml we were just approaching lu tho gra;
'I nin tho inheritor of this estate throug
my relation to Annunciata' husband. The
died I'hildlefs. Philip died young and ui
night will take me over to the neighboring
Sale at 1 J.
an.19, 18 -ly.
LINDSEY'S BLOOD SEARCHER,
4 tl'lllMl d'... ri.U ml. wou4l '
I V. FAIfWEH.
Gen'l Passenger Agent.
ent Middle Plat,
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A CHANCE TO MAKE COME MONEY
"fomill's lll.tny ct 1 ttniluarla." Kow ready
Wrltu lor A niii j at i !, e. .unit, m ; i.i & iu.
putllthirs, ttat-aumu nun. i nuaaen uuu
Uiatim, "-e-iru )"
lJihK M''Jlr-nl " tUueiinjHoi
fpr sale av l&o uoubjia vu
island, I will tell it to you by the witching
light of these stars.'
I accepted with alacrity.
fine estate called the 'Man in Armor,' I gave
to my son Philip, if he be living ; and I give
.... ll.tllt . F..w x,n lu.an.
m, . 11 tO HIV SHU I1I1U1II Hi fc" i . .". -
ine iieimiK.il. I - ,f ..., i r ,i,, ,,
Unnnnmhriit'o . """i'' """"-" ty years. If at the expiration of that time
HeDuEWtS Ufor they tlo everything In the night in tl beeoinea the
West Indies) we embarked on a very cr a y ' Qf jjy e8tttlc of .The ,,ay. I
he put this in his cup 1 He killed de old married. All this happnned fifty years ap
lawyer; he knock him off his horse under the I but I feel as if it wen yesterday when 1 si
cottonwool! tiee, I watch him I Dcre is 1 the pUce,'
more like dis in his dresstn' case, and some- I Alter landing we stepped into a carria
thing else, too! I B,ul drove over one ol tne nnest nam roa
The old woman watched him growing I I l""' seen for many yevrs, through the U
livid under her words, and darted towards surpassed luxuriance of tho tropical verdi
little schooner; nnd I almost repented, when
I saw our crew, that a foolish idea to hear
a story had caused me to intrust myself to a
captain who seemed descended from some
African Hecuba, and whose assistants were
TTTCAT.TTT ANT) HAPPINESS! as black and weird as himself. However,
I .1...J Anmn,l caftafla.l fltlil T tr.Pll tn
llealtU and Harrlntss a priceless Wealth to tlielr iy uu buiw
ery uuo v ho
Vioifct-bbois, and jet tl.ey ojw wliUlulhereacuor c
n iu u&o
WIUUHT'S L1VEU TILLS,
The only euro CUHE for Torpla Uier, pyspepjia,
Iieaoaine, bour Moinaiu, Lousiiruiioii, I'lu.mj,
nausea, ana an iiuuous eompiaiuisauu unwuni
orders. Aone genuine unleui slgued "W m. Wright,
give to my son William, My estate of 'Tho
Sapphire' I give to my daughter Annuncia
And other provisions loilswcii wuicu ao
not affect this utory.
This will was signed by Vickars In tho
presence of Ills sou William, his lawyer and
one Mr, Agayo, n Spanish gentleman wbo
owned an adjoining estate, nnd, unnoticed
'You know,' my friend began, that these
planters generally send their sons to Englaud . aU of th oW Sam wll0 wa buay lu
.1 w T I, 1 -aa 1.- .1 .l nn.l a, mi I
or tne unueu csiateaiu uc euumicu, nu juu Q r0om.
havci probably Borne weat inuiau uoy in mw AnninMt ulinvmiili k.l Lren
iuue L'euuiuu uiutbH Miruru "m. mh.ui, - , . , .
.'JrJVX rV?ffii-Vnnfc;'SrVbN ?ih 'our memn'y wu0 lue .url,gaLU' 'ue,ue" withered by tho thee events, after paying
tti,Wf w perado or your class at kuooi, i) tieiait ,ad offices of respect to the remalim
of the true lype oi ungoverneu 0f her father, Uepatted for England lo the
lea this islanu we are now npproacunig rt.lam whom ,il0 ha(1 never Ml1)( ll0pnK
many years ago for England. They were (Q rece,ye Bomo allevIlltloil t0 the grief which
placeu at scnooi, auu were eiiumeu iur mo con8utneJ j,er.
sake or tbeir money, which was supposeu u. iMcanwj,ie )icr irothl;r employed himself
t 1 a 11.1 1)1.11!.. aoou I
ue inexnausuuu:. xuih iu "a altering ana renttlng hU boufea, rarUcuIar
anmAwhnt ameuau o 10 law anu oruer aiier a i ur... t.. a i ir , u
..... ... , I - ' .... I IV lilt JltUll 111 lilUI . 11D PI. 1 1 L UWUV 11 1 1
SVYll I'S IA N N K ti. 1 . i uttiit ..... -Ill ' " '
H : ; -Z IU "me uul " """u'' ",0. JUU."K" ml Pertaining to it to 1,1s other plan
lorksotthe Espy and Light Btreet i auiuoruy ai ucuu.ii.c, u . tatlons, and employed some Spaulards who
'.".".T, V"' : nf naasion. stanueu one oi tuo uoys. i i.,i ..,i t.,,i ., ,i. ti 1
wtti ii . jeamei "111 oo limuo iu iud muo, I . - I nail nc,,j ni 1 1 1 (M um luv l.muu,
SSKTOK 'Befo t"e JE murderer could be 'One day, as he was surveying the facade,
wm at all times bo paid for I caught he and his brother had f flectually I )le muttered lo himself: 'Almost largo
QUEEN iiIIibH I escaped, and the only trace of them was to enough for n man's body,' He started as
of every description In the eounuy. Ihe tuUlcpat I a neighboring seaport, where they were iup 1 1,0 heard a step behind him, but felt rest'
nosed to have embarked lor home, ' sured at lie saw only old Santa.
' 'You kill my daughter, too ; you say you
lovo her; you beat her; you break her
heart. I break your heart 1' The old crea
ture fell on the. floor, littering wild shrieks.
Like all her savage and imaginative race,
she could be wily and quiet for a time ; but
the terrible flood would come at last, and
now It overwhelmed her.
The gentlemen gathered around William.
Father Pedro and one other wero dispatched
for the dressing case, Iu it were discovered
foveral vials of poison, and in a secret top
the original will, the conteuts of which have
been before stated.
'William recovered his coolness somewhat,
After an hour we approached the 'Man
Arinnr.' A noble gateway commanded l
attention. My friend drovo in, Qrou)
which might have adorned tho palace t
Grand Duke opened to ray view. Arlifit
rivers wound through the garden. Ti
and flowers planted with much taste ada
t d the lawn. Before mo arose a noble
cade. The 'Man in Armor' was gildef
the morulng tuu. Under tncli window I
herved the characteristic efllgy, save
Oue of the 'Men In Armor,' marshaled
soino untimely resurrection, had left
brothera-iu-arins awaiting their turn.
As we took our coffee iu the onco g
saloon, and wero waited upon by tho d
old woman, who might have been bantu.
O, A. MUimiNG
1 ) ESl'ECTFUI.LV announces lo the public
beggea oi me gentlemen to rememuer mat n.H, tin, m.Wlinll. (
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of every description tn the ecus
ornageu ruapecuully eoUcttoa,
the wordof a slave was not of value as testl
mony, but surrendered himself n prisoner,
aud desired that legal opinion should be ob
tained at once, as he would then clear him
self. 'lie walked into a small room near tbn
hall door,lfrom which there was no egress
except the window and the door, both ol
which wete effectually guarded.
'Six men remained through the night;
two walking up aud down before the window,
two in front of the door, aud two rnoro threw
themselves on tho couches in the hall, wait
ing to relieve their comradti.
cuco of the place, and did not wonder
my friend had grown pale under the wi
of such an inheritance,
A very little boy had one day done w
and ho was sent, after maternal cor re
to ask in secret the forgiveness of his
enly Father, His offense was passion,
ious to hear what he would say, his i
followed to the door of the room. In
Ing accents she heard him nk to bo
better; and then, with childlike aim
lie added : "l.oid, make uiai temper