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l jx'rielt'.s of it mvrCr,
I live ha1tei bi-l the pleasure of an
iltervictw uib ' Il r. .J. \\'ood, of
II rile ]Iy. wL. has folltwed the
I usiness (t a diver for t up r v t dt oI
wen 1)t3 - t 3 eit rF, id who h1.4 now
ret ir d af i t a lig active ser
M\r. Wood made his fir.t start in
life by ati utraorditary, and as it
turnid out a very lucky, piece of di
vIng. If the reader will look fat the
1111 p of lI t laid, lie will See tihit
outside of' ikifst f') gh, and a little
to tle solhwt.st opposito Doinag ha
dIee, aie .itut:.etd tie Copela i d I
lands. It ,o happend that a Wh
atable itian was a coast guard in tihis
district. Ie heard a legend that
ia ip latden with a heavy cargo of
silver had betn wrecked off the Cope.
land Ihlainis sone half century ago.
lie therefore comiiunicated with
Some of his friends tat Whittstable
who wero divers. Accordingly Mr.
Wood and four others put their di.
ving-dresses on board a vessel,
and sailed from Whitstablo to Don.
agladee. The story they heard when
they got there was that the wrecked
vessel was in the lave trado and that
rho had on board when she bti uck on
the rocks a large number of slaves,
and a considerable sui of maoniey in
the form cf silver dollars. Nothing
would have bcen known of the wteck
having taken plaeo had not soniebody
d ircove red humiian legs projecting
above the surface of the watr. It
appears that the people on board
the ship had tried to escape ; they
had filled their hirt-elcoves with dol
lars, but in getiing up the rockis
niiy of theI had fallen back and met
with tit timely end, as the weight,
of the dolla rs hatd kept theil head111.1
under water. No one had ever dis.
turbied the wreck since it happened,
Fo Mr. Wood and his friends set to
work to find out where it was. They
pit on thier diving-dretsses, and for
two or three days walked about to
and fro at. the buttoan of the oa , in
about forty feet of' wa ter, searching
for the t iosure. This they did by
Cleahring away the wo eil and turning
over IIh stones wit h crowhars, anTi
feeing or tie doI nrs with their
hands, as tIte water was too thick to
s-e. The wrteck itself had entirely
oribhed thtrough the lapse of time,
A tier a lon an-I cicerful search a
last Ithey ei moe 11p)oni the dollars ; they
were splroad aboult anitong the stonles,
but itmany hadl slipped doe-vii Itimong a
heap ol iron oro which forned tho
ballast of theIt ship. Many of the do[.
hairs were wort away thini by the a(,
tiot of the waves. Somie I)iig sepa
rate, others in great lumiii pS like rocks
soldered tgother by iron, certainly
in sooe cases the han(dulffs utisd for
the alaves. Some days the divers
got two huried dol'ars, somnet iitH
three hund red, somiet-tiles a thousand -
the iest day they got live thousaitil
in all, the nitnber of dollars they got
lip from aie wreck was about t won ty
flve thotsand, a considerable smin of
Money whIen reduced to .E1nglisl
Mr. Wood showed ic one of the
dollrs, which ihe always carries
about with himl. 'lhe following is
the inseliption : Otl one hide,
"Carolux iiij. l-i (Iratia. 1797. Illis.
lfin et Iimi htex *\l. S. it. l1~'' '1he
coin is about, the sizeo of an old five
idaill ing piece. Th'ie "I)iv era' Arins,"'
near thle clock tower a t lIhernto liy,
of1 wihichi i. Wood is proprietor,
owes, its existence to the discovery of
thes-e d olbaris. M r. Wood hiil ad tin Lihis
occnsion a cuirious undler-watter' ad ven.*
lt re. Otie ol t ho di versr comnplain ed
that lie wtas anno~ye-d by lobster, and
couildnt't winrk. Mr. W~10 ot reained thbe
whe ret boutts of the Ilohater, a nd wont
dow tn aftor ih imi. le roon td iscovered Mr
hobster sitting tunder a rock, looking
ias sa vage as a lobs-ter enni look. Ihis
feelits were paiintedl well forward,
antd hi hei ld ont his two great
claws witdo open~ ini a threat ean
inig itt i tudel. WIo, know inag the
ha~bits oif lob-Iters, gravto this follow his
crowbiar, wit'eh he immeidiat ely nip
yed with hias elawus. Then, watching
his op portun ii ty, lie passed hiis sigialI
line over the lobster'5 tail, mtade it
faLtuand iignialletd to thle men above
to hauti up. Thliis they diid, anrd in..
instantly away went \Ir. h~obsteor iip
n'g up thiirough t he wa ter into thle air
abiove, w ithi his elaws still expanded
n'i as saored as a lobster could be.
A great conger eol also paidl the
dlivers a visit, le was alnI timenso
ftellow,~ and kept swimmi ning arotind
S"Abut woultd not comto tiear him.
WA Coil wtas aftraidit of bis handl~ beinig
buttern, ats a conger's bite la very bad.
The ottee kinew a dlivecr whose finger
was setted by a congcer. The brute
took till the fles'h clean off the ma~n's
lfhger. A cotger is a very dangerous
tamniial in the water. Ilowever, this
coniger kept nwimmnirg iround about
Wooid, so lie took his clasp-knife out
aind tried to stab hilmt, but the conger
would not coimo near enough to be
knifed. It wias a long while before
tie coniger would go a awtay ; and
evenl ifter hto hnd gone awaiy WVood
cu!d inot go on work ing becauts ho
uins not sure that be was really gone
for, good and it might have comto ot
.'iono corncer at any Utinute and nip.
ps-l his hiogar.
,Mr. Wood ha~s hadl other adventuires
vi h tltithwetn working utm'er water.
1l0 "te once emiplod ini fixinig somte
beat y st ones in the hatrbor at Dover.
Wlthlv waining for the stoneg to come
dhni frotn tbo 'ship above, he sat
amon a rock, anid, being very
qhiet, a shohi of wiiting pout came
ui' to e'xanttto thto strange visitor to
their inb-aqueousa re-sidence. T1hey
ph y'ed about him, n,.d kept on bit.
tng at Ic thick gl..si tli chi forinetd
the oycs of his divuig hitet. 80
nICxt time WVood went downi lie took
withll hm a fish . hiook fasted into the
end.of a abnet naik- gma' :i
The pouts came around him as usual
and ho he gaffed thern n)o after anoth.
or with his hook. i1e then strung
them ol a itring an(l 081110 up after
lim <la ' work was over with a good
ly fry of whiting pouts for his sup.
On another oecasion Wood wa em.
ployed to ht ing up somo pigs of lead
from the hold of a vessel. When he
was wiilkiig about on the top of the
lead ho felt something alive under his
feet. It kicked tremondously, bit
ho knelt dlown upon it to lkoep it
steady. lie oon ascertaitied that It
was anl enorInous Fktte that be was
standiing on, so lie served him as he
did the lobster. 1lo watched his op
portulhity, and ilipped the noose of
hI is line aroili the ikate's tail ;
ho then signalle.1 to ' hau I'
anfd up weunt Mastor Skate, fhlipping
his great wings like a wouided eagle
and Insightily astonished woro the
people inl tle hboait when they found
a mnonster skato oin the end of the
line, and not a pig of lead.
Wood oncee nearly lost his life when
at the boittom of the sea. A Prus.
sian vsiol had gone down off tihe
Mouse Buoy in the Thameis estuaryg.
The captain wns drowned in his cabin
and Wood had undertaken to get him
out if hie powsibly could. Arriving
at the battem of the sca, Wood found
the vessel lying over on her side, and
that hie had gone down with all her
sails set. ie tried to get into the
cabin, out found the maineall all over
the cabin door. lie was just about
to retiran, when he found his air.
pipe and signal line had suddenly
got jaiued. Fully aware of his
very dangerous, position, and without
losing his presene of niand, he sat
quietly on the edge of the vosel alnd
considerod. The men above, lhe
could find, were sigiialling to him vio,
lently to como up, but he could not
answer, as the liane was jailmed. 110
took out his pocket-kntife, and thought
I wo or three times4 of cutting himself
adrift. At a last chanee he deter
mined to nalpt another course, so lo
climbed up tho rigging, amoug tho
great wet tails and loose ripes, as well
as le couldiand fortunately found the
place where his air pipe was hitoberl.
l n caielilly 'loosened it, gave the
signal, and was hauled up inmao
dintely. If I underistapd right the
linewas clear elough when he went
down, hilt while he was at work
on the sunken shipl the tide changed,
and carrying his pipe anal line in the
oppoite direction to that in which it
had been originally cotinducted, it be
elie jamined. Il " di'l not get to
the surfae oie inistatat too sooi, for
the boat was jtist drifting, as her
anchors would not hold.- Cor. in 1ind
ITS CURE AND ITS PREVENTIVE.
By J. H. B0HWICOK, K. D.
Many a human helisg has maed away for whose
death there wm nit other remet tiht the ioeglut of
krown. and inliAnentay. provon sit-non of cire.
lios' inar aid dear to ramily an)4d friends ar
huio et;i ftuen lier'ahles.% miaziber into which, h1a)
nII. .OnmmaiV al. NWatNUI'N PmsLu KA
TREATM E ,
and avaIled thseualvenof horis wotnderftilly eilIca
clouos mettleinme, they would not lih av allen.
Dr. Schenek hs In ila own emo proved that
wherever huiilioint vitality remnais, t at vitalit
by hi n vis mid ci It'itlonms for their uno,L
aluilckemued lito Iiiteiiml vigor.
II I I th imst it hilisro is nothing presumiuos.
'iotla filh thn lin ish i a ttidOrprientation
tht is rit In thotit iianid thulessi ubsatnit bylivng
sanl vIiffitb works. The theory of the Cir iv lir.
Mieheneisk'ia meiineii~n a as ipe as IL t tunfa'tlinig.
tls ilhitoan sh requtrre no argumient. It is self-aa
Th'ili n-&weedl 'ote 'and Mandrake Pills are tha
t1rnt two weuapons t wils hich that citauh-l of this
smalsala in s.lslild. T1wo-thmirsle of thme enrsna lit con
anuilson originsnte ini sty!11epsiia andl a ftmuctlionnity
r~'iisorered liver. WVith tis conit~llion the bronachial
tubtcs "symptimze" ilth thie slutnsach. They' ro
apands in thet isrbl e actIon of the livor. I lere then
costes the conointng reasmlt. atu the Betting in,
wIhall oi ts dlitessng nsmpstoina of
CONFUIS E' T EON.
lThe Mandrake Plin are com~ig d of 0one of Na
tire's nolat'a gilfts -tho P'odopnullmum Pl tatumn
'they posess mill the blouod-ioerhing, alterative
propseriles of enilsome,b. hulilke caliuorl, they
..mA VE: NO NTEN4A IEEINIL."
The work of cuiro Ia nowhbeginninig. Thie viliatedt
anid nucons dieposaita in the botwels anal In theo all
moteiary Cansal nire ejectedl. Thso iiver, lko a clock,
is woundail up. It arouascs trom its torpidIty. Thme
atomsacha acts reasonisiv'ely, amid the psatienit begins
to feel that lhe la gottinig, aL last
A sIa-EL OF" (it0D BLOOD.
Trho Sen-'werol 'T'ic in consjunction with. tho' Pills.
PI'rmaoene an imilslS'ti~ates willh the foods. chiyla
l'ationu is asow parovressing whi itot its prevIous tur
hure-s. iM~ lgan~ aeosw palinleas, aanl thae eurl, is
scesn to luat nndua. There 15 inomr finatulene~o, nao
extilaclution loh stomaachs. An appeltito as i
Nowi ('omesthle greasot lulood Puirsier ever yeot
iven gd an uatdls5genit father to sufiern t mln
. hoc ePloic Syrup comes1 in ttors m t
funscionss naul to hiasten ands cosin iloto the cure. ii
0nters alt(lnio upt a its work. hatuaro cans nt~t hie
chuete. it, coilecta nndl rlmsens lhim spaired and
dlina'il poriosns of the lungsu. In the form of
~atheriuns It 1iearolasl~ themu for expectornston, andi
thea rotten thrno hai upildysrenvaed ~ranl.
niade new, assul thei satient, int ali the digilty of re
goan vior St 35tousrlh to emjoy the ianhoodi or
441vEN lIPI AS LOST,
Tha seconda thing Is, lte patlenats muast stay ln'a
warms roomt toas!i they get woll; It In almoast ip -
Ile to prevent takchg cold whien the lsunga are adls
('snstt but It mst ihl psrevensteda or a mitre c'an snot be
efl'itoad. F"resh air andl ridinsgont ospsecially in tis
aa'ellomn of thse iNutlry in theo fuli asnd wlinter sea
anon sare all wrng l'aihyslcianis who reconmmuend
thni cousoa os~e their piatients, if thi ht eI
sal is~d aiyt, bsecus the areth
hom te~vmut nt ltdown asmet; thme nmust walk
abot tihearoom nat sitth asut a~s fat as the satren h
wail htear, to get upt a goodl clrcaiitions ofhialsss. h|
jsates snut keepi Ins goosd spirIta--he determtined~
Ise el.Tis ihas a great dal to do with
aliqei'te. and ls the great pohatt to K lt. t
'1'o despair of Cure after such evtenee of its*
shilIty In thso worst canes, nna m t al certalinty Ira
ala iit hemri iasil. D~r. h'chmenck's perfonal Elate.
isi to at orl-'aculty of his own curO was in these
" Many ye.ars ago I was In the last stages of eon.
nutupmtionsi s conifined 10 my bed. anel at ne tIns. sny
hslysilasthmougtlthal lcould not llve aweok; thsen
IIke a dlrowoning man caitehinig at strawa, I heard of
attid obtsaiimdi Iio prefearatinasaeMhleh 1 now ofrer to
thea pubmll, anad they maado a perft'ct cure of mte. It
seernted to me hisa Icouild real Slhe prnetrae my
whlesyeaent. 'Thieyason rpeed themasaier ins my7
hmigs, ansd I would sipit up isuore than sa plnt of efren
Sheo 'aillow smatter overy mornintmg for a lonsg timte.
As soon5 as thmaltaegan, to stidae. my Cougih,
fever, pains, andm sn iht-aweats all bogan to leave se
amtusmpptlte bi amo ao great, thtat it was witil'
dliailern nt I coldh keep, frm eatling toss muschs
I seeth~ gased my strengths, and have growi lashels
"Iwswtertly'after myrt~enovr "addie1
the Doc~tr'o ihn ookintg likes a merroskell' on: mn
wr'ight was onsly nhasety-seven) sotads; mtt' present
weIl ht lit ltwahunredl and twentyflve i-.% potunads
ar rye'ars I haveo entjoyed' unitamerruiptedl iheailm
Dr. Ncheanck ihas disconstinued bhis profusional
vtnits to New York na Ilosten. Hie or is son. Dr
J. 11. NchsenckJr. still coniitio Io see patien~ta at
tiacir Onico, No. l5'Nortihiall.htreet, Pihi dselphla,
every Satuirdny ftm o A.4. to .1 i.w. Thoisie wihs
wish a thsorossgh examtltinatnwtthli r
usssterwill ibocharged si Thte fl promeerdein rs
time exact coasaltion of thse lunmgs, ands piatiea~ cant
eadlily learan whsether they are curable or aol.(
'l'holdirect an for ltakinsg thsehmedicines ar asdapt
('d to thle inIslolenic even oft a child. Follow Ihs'
diirections, siad kInd N atture wili do thie ret,ece-r
reosstt ois i ishay Ilea: First creat appeite.
alsmsitm. Whbee ii oomce, an it wIll conmo let (lie
deasaring at once beof good cheer. (iosd idooid at
once f'olows, the coumyrh loosens, the nighit-'aweat is
aae slro1nrrerno both of these mor'bid syswp. f
D~r. Schenck's taedlcines are constantly kept In
teinofthaoumqamlof famillos. As a iaxativoor pusr.
gatlve, thse Manmdrake Pills are a ela idard tsrepsara
Lon; while Iiho Pulmenlc y'rsup, as Aeutron coinghn
acal ssl, amay hae regarded as a propshylaelerlo
anhist coasumsasption in amny of lie formas.
P'rics of1 toe Pulmonso Hyruip anda Ueaweed To'nlo,
.h0 albottleor (07ahal1dze. Mandrake Pis'
c(ents a'bo. For sale by all druggiete and dealers'
(IIICE While St. LouIs Corna and Family
Pill tn Market fleef, bsy.
.iuno 29 1t It PlstNIru 3 I
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
Ouros the Worst Pains in from One to
NOT IN ONE HOUR.
After reading this advertisement need
ny oie Suffer with Pain. Radway's Ready
telief is a curo for every pain. It was the
irst anil is
Tho Only Pauit Remedy
hat instantly stops the most oxcrutinting
-ains, allays I ntflatmtiat ions, and cures (,onl.
!ehtions, whether of the Lungs, Stomach,
lowels, or other glands or organs, by one
a plient iotn.
in fronm one to twenty minimep. no imal
er h...w violent or exertucintig ti.ii jalin the
IlhImtoInatic, lie II- iddent, lofim. CI i.l.h.,
\ervos, Neurnlgic. or- prostrntedt with
lisense nay stiler.
RADWI AY'S READY ItELIEF
h'Vill nfford inlislt t ease. liailamiation of'
he Kidneys. ta a iniiamation of ite l1lie,1
1111n11om1alltijoln of lhe loweIs, ( olngeisIota of
lie Lungs, SoreThront. Utiltewit lrei li-,g,
'ahlpitaitiot of the llenrt. lhly!t(rics, ('r.mp,
)ipiheria, Catarrh, Itnfltenza, lilndnlehle,
l'ootlnlac, Niua lgia, 'heiati m, Cold
'hlM, Age Chlil.
'lie applieation of flhe Re'nily Itelietf to
ho part or parts whero the pain or dilli.
:ilty exists will aford case and cotmfort.
Twenty drops in half a lumabler if wnser
Ioili in a few mloments cuare Crmps,
ipasns, Sour .fomneh. Ifenrthurna, Sick
leadaclhc, Diarrhu:.u Dsetery. iolie,
binad ina the hoow els, and all flhe Intlrnlaal
Travelers shoualil s y carry a bottle
if Radany's llendy ielaef with Ilein. A
'ew drops in wnler will prevent tic .ps oi
ainso frol change of water. It is belttr
hln French Brandy or hlitters as a atinamu.
Fever' and Ague.
Fever and Ague cured for fifty cents.
rhere is not a remedisl agent in this
world that. will cure Fever and Agle, and
ill ot her Mlalarious. Ilijious, $calntt. Ty.
Ihoid, Yellow. and Other Fevers (nsidelld by
Itadwny's Pills) so lieek as Iludway's
iteniy Helief. Fifty cents per botlle.
HEALT/1H I HEAUTY I
Strong pure nnd rich lolod-Increase of
Ie: I and weight -Clear skina and liautifuil
:omp1jl exion seredl 'l to all.
Dr. adW 3 . rSaIl i sol-I
Ils mado f lao Tinost astonishing cures ; so
luick, so rapid atre Ila chninges the otly
indargoes, under tlh itlutience of thi's
rily wonderfual nedicia.ine, ftat every day
in increase ill tesh ntind weight 1i seen anal
lell. The Orett ll<.l 'arifier. -very
Irop of file saronpailln ilesolvent cIa
nunitiles througlh ithe lllood, Swent, Urine
111d other flitids sa1a4 jices (if alia eystclm
liae valor of life, for it requires the wastes
af tlae body with new and sound ntlerial
icroulaha, Syphilis, UN tinpt ion, Olandt
lar disease, Ulcers in t he Thront, Alou ha,
'Iitmors, Nodes in ila Glands and other
paris of the systena, Sore Eyes, Struior.
uis discltarges fron tla Earm, and II.e
worst formts of 8Kin diaetnsei, -rapt ions.
Fever Sores, Scall liend, Rting Worm, Nall
lihcum, Erysipelas, Aene, ilack Spot!,
Worms in tla Flesh, Tumiras, Cancers in
Ile Womaab and all weakening a1141 pa inlful
dlischarges, Night Swents. Loa of Speri
and all wastes of fhee life princilale. are
within the curative range of this wonder of
eadoern Chenistry, and a few days' te
will prove to any person using it for either
if the:se forms of diseaso its potent power
to aaae themla,
If the patient, daily beroming redlced
4y the wtstes itand decotmlpos itin fin i
sontiually progressiag. succeeds in nr.
resting [laege wriastes, anld repairs the satmec
ivith new iaterial asaio frot henti
dlood-and this lie Sa-rsaparillinat will anil
Ines secure-a cure i. certain ; for wheat
>r.nc this remaaedy commences its work of
piturificlaton. anl succeeds tmi diminisihinp
le loss of wa;t, its repairs will b.e
rapid, amid every day thec patient will feel
Iimaself growinlg taetler andl stronatger. t hae
roa ad d1igesl inag bttlet', appeIlite ~ imovinag
tiad lesha tad weight iotunasing,.
N ilottly do4es the Starsaparilhant lesol.
rent excel tall k nowna remodhial agenats in
thla cuire of Chareni, , Serualous, Contiti
I itanal, and Skin stierases ; l.ut it is te only
positive euro ror Kidneay antd ilndder' Com
ala.itls. Uiaray andi Wonab lDisenses, (Gray
'I. li thetes, D~ropsey, Stoppage of Watecr,
Incontinence of Urline, larightt's Diseaise,
Albuinataiatra, and~ al all case's whaeare theare
are br'ick duast deposits,or liar water is thick,
t3oludy, mti xed withIt ubsttanlesB like thae
whtite of nn egg, or thrends like white silk.
ar thlere is a maorhd, dark, hillious appear.
In, Iand~11gi whie1 hoaao 41.ust adepositis, antd
t len there is ta pricking, burntintg senasa.
i4In whteat palssintg water, and pain in tile
mall o' th llacak ad alontg thec Loins.
DPi. Ra1d way's Perf'ect Puirgat ive
lerfectly tasteless, e'legattly confled withI
weyet gumta, purtge, reguitte.pu1'ify, cleanse
d1( atlrengthlena. Raidwarv's i'ills, for thle
urc of all disorders of totomlanaacha, hiver,
towels, Kidnaeya, lladder, Nervouls Dia.
ases, hiendnehes, (?onsl ipation, t,osl ivenesa.
ndigesi ion, Dyvspepsia, liillionaeness, lil.
ona. Fever, inflamatoiona of the ltowelIs.
les and all ianug mnoIs of thel ilteralI
'isacra. Warr ated t o affect a ptosit ive cure'
'ulrely Vegetable, containing no0 mercuary,
utnerals or dheleterionas tiaedicinace.
Observe thle followinag symptltom. resullt.
nig front Dlsordters of thte Digestive Or'
~ans: Constipationa, luaward Piles, Full
teas of the Bilood itt the hlend, Aridity 'of
oon,vtaI~I nt geighil o t~ to ach
our'Erue ttonk., Sinking' or!PuFluti g at
he Pit of the Sporqacha, S wimnael of the
:endl, Hblrreda'nd yll incuit Blreathing.
A few dosta of Iladway's Pill will free
he system froms altlb.h above named die.
rders. Price1 26 oeents per ban, Sold by
liead ''False and Trun." Sena 1 one let.
er-etam1 to RAD)WAY & CO., No' 57
tailen Lnnao, New York. Inaformaution
orlt hI Iposnds will be sent t o you.
-ESTABLISH ED 1859.
~ EI'EC'hl 'I! In.~
niusbatoro and Palrtaeldl h)istrict, tha01 1
awe a futll assorlrment of Watches, Jewelry,
locks, Spectacles, Ac., Always en hand,
nd v'ill sell at the lowcat pr'icca, andl would
espaevfutlly ask thec contaauence of the
atroage of my ahl frienads ad cuastomears,
1ll goods warrateud as represenated. I arm
repared to do all kindl of Wateh andl Jaw.
try work and have always a geood iteek of
laterial on hand, and wIll gearanatee satla.
iotion, All work warranted.
CH ARLES MULLER,
Recead deer frenm Col. Rien's Oflee.
BIBLS. of Fhne Old Neotar Whiskey~..
J Just received by
mar 2 ' . W. 9 UOR'7BS.
LOT at MelN I'YIIX & CO'S.
J. War wa, Prprietor. It. It. il).,PA,.e & to., iggts
A (er,. Agent, Asn F rraelsmoCai.,and 34 Commerce 1., is.%
M11ILLIONS Bear Testitnony to shcir
Wonderful Caarntive Efecia.
Vinognr littorm arn not a uilo Fln ry
Drink, Mlade of Poor Itstm, WiInke-y,
Proof Spirits ntl Itef'no Liquornt, dc
tared, spiced ant swotened to plea-io tire to,
called " Tonics," " Appetizers." " Itentorer," &.c.,
that load the tippler on to drunkenness ard ruin,
but are a true Mudicine. mado fron thle Natire
Roots and Herbs of California, freo from all
Alcoholic timnailtite. They are the
4lUtAT BLOOD P101lt1lElt aud A
LIFE UIVINU PItNUIL',E, a perfect
Jirnovator and Invigorator of tho System, carry
Ing off all poisonous mnatter and restoring the bloo:l
to a healthy condition. No person can take thoe,o
litters accorting to ilirectiois and rermain long
unwell. providedt their bones are not destroyed
by nineratl poison or other means, atil tire vital
organs wanted beyond tle point of repair.
Thoy ntro ts (entlo Pnargnative no weli
a a Tonic, possessing, also. tie peculiar merit
of acting as a powerful agent in reliering Conges
tion or Inilamiustion of tile Liver. turt of all the
FOl F EMA LE UO.j P I.A I NTS, whethor
in young or old. married or ingle. at the dawn of
womuanbroonl or at the turn of life, those Tonig Bit
tors have no bqbal. -.
For Infunimntory tnd Chronic Ithen.
mantlirn and Untt, llyspepela or In,.
digoslotf, Billossa, Itonalttent atne
Intermittent Fevers, Disonsea of the
Bloos, Livor, Klitreyss nrd l iiadder,
these flitters imvo beornuost successful. Much
Diseases are carused by Vitintel iloot,
which is generally producet by tieranrgement of
the Direstive Organs.
DYSPEIHIA OIL INDI)(.PSTION,
lleatacire, l'nh411 in thle honilor , Coitglie. Tiiht
ness of tihe Cheat, Di/rrrincss, Sorr PErretntions of
tio stonaci, Bi Tante in the Motith. tillious
Attacks, lInipitation of tie lleart, InflunrniAtiun if
the IUngs, l'nin In the regKionn of tire Kirineys. ant
a hainirel other painful sryinpltor arc the olf.
springa of Dypopsia.
Thty Itvigorate tire Stirinci nrrl attrrints the
torphi laiver anit Iowelr. whii render thnrn of
eittallediil efdcar.y In cleannng tihe blood of all Ini.
puritien, nt inparting now lifo nrrt vigor to the
F0 It HK I N 1)1 EA E , Er iiuptinrnsTetter.
Salt itIhetti. nitte:r, .1roots, l'irrlnples. Piititile:N
lrila. Carlrnrcles. ing-Worin . H. .'l hIenri, Horo
lyes.PI'.rysilpeIa. I tih. irr. irirntirnn of tire
Rkin. Iltinora anr ilws.nat-s of t ire Skin. of wiit.
over naftnn or rrnture, nre lit rrrtty tit ira anst car
rie id out of tire mystelm in a Abort tirle ty tiro tre of
Liese fitters. Ore hritir- in such caes will rorn
vinco tire mrrr inrceliloi if th ir crrrative offect.
Oleanse tire Vi inte.l Uloriol whenevor you findl itd
Imeurities burating thrntigh thle %kill in Pimnples,
Erinptions or Sorei; ceinanrn it when yorr find it
obstructern ani slrggishi In thn veina cleanse it
when It is foul.nnel youtr felings will tell yotn when.
Keop the riont inro, nil tire health of the systena
PIN, TA PEr anrt other WOlit01, uirking
in the syrten of nro ninny thonsands, ar efectunaly
iestroyci Pianu runrovel.
HOLD BtY AI, DRiItUGITs ANT) DIA T.F.9.
J. WA LK i., Proprietor. It. II. McnO(N A 1,I a
0(O. , Dri ists nind 1en. Agents, Sat Frainicisci,
0al., artnl -ant 31 Comnecrco Street. Now York.
For restoring Gray Hair to
its natural Vitality and Color.
A dressing which
is at 01Oe11 igreeale,
beahby, aId effectIal
for preserving the
hir. Fardedl (or gray
Shaitr is soon restored
\to its original color,
w eith the g/loss and
freshness 'of youth.
'Thin hair is thick
oned, falling hair checked, antd bald
ness often, thountgh not always, eued
by its use. Nothiung can restore theo
hair whoe the follicles are destroyed,
or the glanlds atrophlie~d and decayted.
But stuchI as remain can be saved for
usefuilness by this applihcatiorn. Instead
of fouling tho hair withi a pasty redi
ment, it will keep it clean andt vigorous.
Its ocoasional use will prevent thea hailr
from turning gray or falling off, anud
consequently prevent baldness. Fre
from those deleteriLes substances which
make some preparations dangerous, andtt
injuirious to the hair, the Vigor can
only benefit but not harm it. If wanted
merely for a
nothing else can be found EO desirable.
Containg neither oil nor (lye, it doe.
not soil whitoeoamubrie, anti t lasts
long on thoe hair, givinig it a riek 'lossy
lustro and a grateful perfume.
Prepared by Dre J. C. Ayer & Co
PRACTJOAL AND ANALYTICAL CutMIS'is,
The Un~ldersigned Begx to inform~
the Planift-rs ofr FirfIrtld(,
Tlhat hec is Age~nt forto i or lire frinowi t.,
Ft libzer.1S, whlichI he no0w hats in .jI ere, nirir
is rerady to furnishi tihetina th Ile mianufai
I irer'sr priers,wI ih thle freighlI tlird drayaig i
aidded. Catll and get cirenlris.
Prloduct~ionl incr'eased frontti1 to
300) per centI. by their use0.
100) Tlons Crotl ina.
26 " Xolnuble Pancific.
8 " rtiughs IRaw Bone.
10 " '/tl l's supe~trphosnphiala,
6 ' NIagnitimi Ilonumli.
8 Atliriio Plhonqnhnio.
6 "~ MIarylI an Atmornited.
6 "' Cotton Pond.
1 " Soth tlea.
Compound Acid Phosphate for mixing
with Cotton Seed,
Cotton taken in exohange for sonme
of themnu, delivered next fall.
mar 80 ,JohN H. CAIT HVA RT.
UST'I received at,
tfjtinna22 UnvINT'PRn L& AC'.
T IlE, following Ordnanco, entitled an Ord.
nance to raise supplies for the year oom
ntonoing the first of April 1871, and ending
the 1st of April 1872, and for other pur.
poses. passed the 6th day of June 1371, is
piblished for the information of all con
I Be it enacted and ordained by the In
tenidant and Wardens of the Town of Winne.
horo, . C , in Council met, that a Tax for
tie smins and in the manner hereinafter ien
tioned, shall be raised and paid Into tho
Tronsury of the said Town, for the uso and
service thereof; that is to say, fifteen
cents ad valorem on every hundred dollars
worth of theo valne of I1 real estate within
the corporate limits, to be assessed as here.
ofore : itree lolhitrs to he paid by every
ieal inliibitant ot sidiI 'olwnl between the
Ag.-. 4.1, vidihteil lids liily vYears, i lint of
workinr nip,n th! otr 1t1 of yaid Tov 11, and
tlu ce per cen'it utpo0n 1he Amoun1ist, of all
11. .\oi bec ii furwither vinneled And <.rduin
ed. it.1 Oh i'4goin Taxes sha0l be piid
to Ilie T snrerof Ihe Tow ' it n otieil of
Wiint-holri, on or beiim' the tilst ily of
.\igisI liext. . -.1 inl delta-i of stch p'iy.
lil :ii, ai1 e -N5'' iin41ii sIall lie issued fi. fihe
Ill And be it iniiher eacild aid or
:nine 1. t lint i al not hile lawfil for Anly
~l' n '(1repre ent i llicly fllr gain or re.
war41 I any . ph'i V.cn y :gedy, intrlildo
r.1e or eibliit w1zax tfiinie. ot Show,
'.' iliitllinii*I. of any kind Nihatsoever.
ithliiiirst oibtaii ig a iiceise f trom tile
T i i '.tn1i. ihicl4 liceiime may be grant,
ed unihll thI *yii.etit of five dollirs firl all
exhiilintiis o nher I iai tlIhose 11nder cwnvtmas,
:ii1 ti:y d llli as for all ciresm coi l-I. t ii ies;
Ai' any .eir.un viotlating ithle proviionis of
Obils 11141-11ne..-1:1 hll. filed fifly dollares for
oeh an i I very ofense.
IV. ;iql ie it tirther enncled and or.
deinil, it at it shall ui ie lawful for any
r to rell intoxicating liquors in
ainmonts of less fhan three gallons, or in
any mmtinot to be driu wholly or in part
,it ih plae where sohl. anywhere witiii
Oie ii!e of tie l'onri Hiot. of Paid Town,
withili first otiniiiiiig a license therefor,
friom tie 'i.rik f the 'l'tnnil, wlihi tmay
ho0 grantled uponl 111. Imyrnenit of sixly dlol.
inr fot whaat is knowin as "Rlttail I,icense,"
ntiil one hiiiini1iri-id and i weity-ive for Ihaint
is knon as "Tar i hieise ;'' a nl any
person viol~ing this pionsiol of 11hi.) oral.
nanc hahl blined lift) (lulars lor eaci
V. .\ iii be. it fm ther ettactoed and ordain.
ed, I liii niiy per...i hiitc'hig ai horso or oi i.
er nii-nals i :iti- :-Iinie Iree withiiii li e
iopin'e iiiimis f ihe iowt of Wiin"IorO
or in% aniy wn-l, mii:1l.1Alinlg or iinjiniiig the,
11,amel1V shall 1'r tlied fIllo each and every 'of
fense i, a si mm not exceding live dollars at
ihe discrel ion of lie Coitneil.
Iioe in ('onnei thi Gibl dity nf .litte, A.
P.. 47 I, il lie Corporate seal of the
said Town aflixel.
M. W. DWIG 1lT, lutendantl.
P. BAco-r, Cloik.
CHARLE3 A. DANA, Editor.
11 Newspaper of tbo Present Times.
Intendod for Pooplo Now on Earth.
eltuding Farmers, Mechentos, Merchants, Pro.
Ausional Men, Workors, Thinkers, and all Ma.
nor of Honest Folks, and the Wives, Sons, and
Daughters of all su".
ONLY ONE DOLLAR A TRAR I
ONE HUNDRED COPIES FOR 950,
Or loss than One Cent a Copy. Let thenr be a
$150 Club as every Post Ofme.
IEMI-WEEKLY MUN, 692 A YEAR,
Of the same size and general character a"
TH WEEKLY, but wtth a greater variety of
miscollaneons reading, and fornishing the nwis
to its Sutiscribors with greater freshness, because
it comes twi oo a Week Instead of once only.
THE DAILY SUN, 80 A YEAR.
A preamtnontlv roadatilo newspaper, with thet
tariroet circutatIon in the worl. Froo, in do.
Dondlent, and fearless tn politIcs. All thio news
fromn cvorywheru. Two cents a copy aby all,
40 conta a month, or *0 a year.
TERMS TO CLUBS.
THlE DOLLAR WEEKLY SUN.
Five coptoo, one year, eparately addre~ssd1
Ten copies, one year, separatoir addressed (and
an extra copy to the gettsr up of club}.l~.
Twenty COpies, oe year, separately artdresse4t
(andI an extra opy to the getter up of etub).
FEfty en pit's, rone rear, to one address rand theg
Semili cekty one year to getter up of ci nb),
Fifty copics, one year, separately aodressed (and
the SinliWeekly one year o Setter up of Clnb),
One hundtred cones, one year, to one addrees
(and thle D~aiy for on. year to the getter tip ot
club), Fifty Dollara.
One hundred opIes one year, separately ad.
dresse (nd tho Dal torous ror to the geme
THE SEMI-WEEKLY SUN.
Fivo cenios, one year, separately addressed 1
Teon contes, one year. separately d~4ressod (and)
an extra copy to getter up of ,~I
___ iSxteea Deltas,
SEND YOUEL MONEY
In Post nfine onier et hoko or drafts on Weiu
Ior*, tr'sern* i'entni . if eS Ssnreles
L. W. tNOL A En, Pnbitsher
Sun otmni. Nmow Yr (11r
L~1Olh, lengar's, Coilfees, Tea. 8srdinea,
LC(andiles, Unntned l~omial oes, J cll ies,
('annted Oyiters, Cakes and Craickersa, Pop,
per'. (Giin'er,4 Aispice, Cloves aml Nut mogs,
Pick Ies. .t larch, Sonp, Soda4 Corncen Irated
l,ye, l'nu ash. IBlIaking, Blacking Brushes,
Mirdl, French Muistard,* Eaenc e, assort.
el, Smuokinig and Chiewig T1obacco,and Yatn
A large lot of Fttrniture,o onsislng of
Lotnges, Sofiw, Hook Cases, Writing Desks,
all Wan itt, 1(00 as orl ed, Single anil Dotuble
iedlad ois, I0 thO ~ite On k 8141it Iot tonm
Iiininog ( hairs, Parlor Chairs, Waridrobes,
(Coilage Sets, andI overythiung nsually
ktept in thle Fuirnitire line, at prices to stair
thle purchaii' or. for cash, l',okinag G lasses
put in old franmes otr mndtilo to rder. Our
toinms al'ecb a'oi i we willisell for iho onaeh.
tCall a d see otur large stock. nist arrived.
.inn 21 MelNT Y RPE & ("0.
Variolinin .li Vo .Ills111'H110 (Colitpany
(IF 2. St 'tu Ia, TESIN.
JEFFERSON DAVIS, 'Pyositlent,
Gui M. C. IJUIl,Ril, Aigent for I. 0.
TiI Bosc 1Egest011, Agfellt,
WINNOsnoto, 8. 0.
Ifasues the mot.t approved policies. Also
the surrender value pOlcey.-a new feature,
,fly which at definite cashs strrender valise
s guaranteed on all polisles, lapsed by s
non-paymneat of printm
Have Your Owni Hay !
NBW sitpply of (Grass Blndes, just re
cid.Also lRed Clover Seed, QOl
chtard Griaiis Seed, Iuokwheat Seed 'h
Timothty Seed, .E.
aug 10t) MeMfA Wl61' -. pO '
Uharlotte, Columbia and Augusti
Ra l Road.
COLUKnlA,- June 1, 1871.
T 11E following Passenger Schedule will
go into effcot on this Road on and after
Sunday, June 1.
DAY TRAIN-OoNO NoRTH.
Leave Augusta, at 8.15 a n
" Columbia, S. C., 8.25 p n
66 Winnsboro, 10 27 a m
" Chestor, 12 25 p m
Arrive at Charlotto, N. C. 8.00 p in
N1!T TRAIN-GOINO NonTH.
Lenve Augusta at 6.00 p m
* Coh' -1mbia, 11.20 p m
Winntsboro, 1 27 a In
Chester, 9.00 a In
Arrive it ('harirlot, 6.30 a Imk
, tAY -rum%--nomin vorni.
Leave Charlotto, N. C. at 7.30 a n
C'.est er. 10 15 n m
W Winshoro, 12.00 p n
Columsiabia 2.30 p n
Arrive III Angnsta 7 50 r m
K t;ilr ' TnlAINs-QOjin selfTH.
Len ve ('tiarlolte. 8.10 p m
Cheser 10 3 P m
* Winisboro, 11.1,J p m
" Clumbiat~, 2.28 ita
Araie at Angnrn, 7.80 a m
(ioln Noit-ru -Dny Train iankrs cloe
tlaily connctions at Charotlile for all points
Nortih :m11i Fai.M.
Night Train makes "ame1 connections,
f00oc a;on .-Day Train minakes close
,1ily conineetioi al Aig:.41ma wih trains
of (1irgain ne'l ('entral Georgia Iail roads,
for all pita Son ih. South n a ndil Wesm.
No night Irains will len'-e Charlotge, Ain.
gst ia or ailiniedinte poils on Suidays.
Through Ticke issold, and Boggage chck.
ed to all principal points.
E. Pa. ALEXANDER, Supt.
E. I. Donasr., Gencial Ticket Agent.
SPRIN & SUMIER
r & Esaubscribers are receiving an :nuaus
illy large vtock of
Lad ios Dress Goods,
Gloves and Ufoiery,
House Furnishing Goods,
Hats, Shoes, &c.,
To which they invite a comparison
with Columbia prices.
Books, &o., &em.
JMcMASTER & BRLICE.
CTIN EQ Al R BITTElItS, Flavoring Extracts,
S 'raTartaer, Nutn'.ga, llorse Pow.
lers, Ilog Powders, Medlicine for (Chicken
hioera, Blronchiial Trothies, Snilt Petre, In
ligo, Citric Acid, ILiver ilegaulator, Juniper
Par, Worm Confect ions Carbolic Soap,
Termifuge. Citrate of Maognesia, Congress
Vager. Also, Magnolia Bahn, Magiolla
Vater, Bell Cologne, hlurnetts VHocoie,sn
Poilet. Snap. Perfumery, &o. .ist received
MoMASTE'R & 1BR10B,
Doors, Sashes, Blinds, &c.
Manufacturer and Dealer,
N~o. 20 Htayne Street and Iloribeok's Wharf,
CH AIRLESTON, S. C.
gjy" This Is the largest arnd most corn
plete factory or the kind in the Southern
itages, and ail articles in Ithis line can be
Furnished by Mr. P. P. Too at prices
whichi defy competition
$67 A pamphlet withI full andl detailed
.1t of all sizes of Doors, Hashes aend Blinds.
end the pricos of ench, will be sent fr'
end post paid, en app innl ion to
july 1 1-1y Charlesicm.-.....
-constantly'on hand fine Saudien
1 ilen'ess Idorses. Also 1,roke anti
oroke Mules, as good as ever brought to
Oarriages, Buggies, Wagons, and 8Addh
orses ailways en hand, to Mdr.o the noeI
As usual with us, we offer our en
tire stock of SUMMER GOODS to
Cash buyers, at greatly reduced rates.
Bargains offered in every line of
Goods, such as Boots and Shoes,
Hats and Caps, Dross Goods, Men's
Wear, &o. Call soon, and if we can
suit in stles, the prices shall satisfy
LADD BROS., & CO.
Cotton I Cotton I
We will continue to purchase Cot
ton during the coming fall. The lib
eral priaea paid by Viunsboro mer
chant-t the past year, we trust, will
induce all Fairfield to sell their cot
ton at home. COUNT AtilL COST
WELL-you can find no better mar
ket. LADD BROS & CO.
Drugs I Medicines I
Having refitted our Drug store In the
best stylo, we will continue to sell the
purest goods at the lowest market
prices. Especial attention paid to
quality and standard strength of every
article offered for Palo.
Full stook or the best preparations
of Bitters, Perfumery, Fancy and
Toilet At ticles, Paints, Oils and Dyo
Stuff., L.imps, Chimneys, Spices, Ci.
gars and every kind of house keeping
goods, usually kept in a first class
Drug Store. Prescriptions carefully
compounded. LADD BROS.
BOT :AND SHOE
2W -M213.TE~rfa 4 t > X"'- ,
I AM now prepared to do work In
telatest and best styles. My
work is nlways warranled. There
is no nece-sity to go out of town to have
work done as I can nake as good BOO'or
S110 as :inybodr. Orders solicited for
fine work. b. M. GIlLDiERT.
feb 20 ly
BhANCH, SCOTT & C0.,
A UG USTA, GA.,
A GENTS FOR HA IYL AND STEAM
SUGAR RE FINERY, proprietors of RX.
CELSIOR FLO WERING MILLS Can
ftirnish all grades of Fresh Ground Flour
m barrels or sacks. Also propared to exe.
cute orders for Corn, 1Incor, Oats and any.
thing that pertain te !'roduce lusiness, at
the lowest market, rates. We offer extra
indtucenments to country merchants In fur
ninhing. Standard refined' Sugar at the
IPrice Co.,t to lay dowen 11ere. Merchants
would do well to sendl ror price list.
WINES AND LIQUORS I
A LARGE ASSoRTMENT
E. W. OLLEVER & CO'S1
WMIntre 4 04sa.
WM. 0. EEE &OO,
factors aId Ctjg sig o~Rcr~
CHARLESTON, 8 0.
Liberal adva'nceg mado upon *eonsign
sents to our correspondenls ain Liverpool
nd New, vr.mrlO