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GEN EB AI? ^.BANI?S . PS ; THB POIJTJOAIJ
SITUATION IN ?OBOP'K,-Thursday even
iog. General Banks delivered An address'
iu Waltham, Massachusetts, ic which'ho
stated the impressions ha hud received
ou hiK European tour in regard to the
pol it i cul aspects of Europe. He said:
Thu cnn HO of the destruction of France
wus what has brought on the ruin of
every government whioh ever existed,
the spirit of senseless, remorseless, Boot?
less and godless faction. At the end of
the war of 'b'8, it waa proposed that the
French army should be inoreased from
300,000 to 1,200,000 or 1,400,000. The
warnings of Marshal Neil were unheeded
by the French Chambers. They de?
manded liberty of the press, the right to
meet.and discuss publio questions, and
to bear arma; in fact, all the rights
whioh Republicans enjoy. In face of
this opposition, not only was the army
uot increased, but it was diminished by
some 70,000 men. The men who had
recommended this measure were raised
to power, and the first act of the French
Republic was to restrict all those privi?
leges for which it had before so strongly
contended. Tho interference of Europe
in tne German-French war was made
impossible, because a great power in the
North said to every nation: "You must
not bo a party to this war." Thus all
were held in check, and the war went
on. It scorned strange that Buch should
be the cuso, bat the wisdom of Russia
waa the greatest political act of the can?
tu ty. Her situation, with Asia upon
ono side nod Europo on the other, both ;
of whioh she hoped to control, with a i
population of nearly 100.000.0UO, with
au army of 2,250,000 v-ondy for the field,
her people eutirely devoted to their
oountry, abe was able to hold all the
States in balance. Oeruimy must go in
the way aha has stuned. The schemes
of development opened by Frederick the
Great has been followed out, and
Prussia aims for the Baltic and Blaok
Sea. Her war with Denmark was to
gain the former, and that, with Austria,
to gain the latter. Russia oan reach the
Northern Ocean only through the Gulf
of Finland, where navigation is slow and
dangerous, and where Prussia oan com?
mand. It is impossible that Russia will
submit to this, and the contest will come
between her and those who stand in her
way. With America, Russia is united
by community of interest. Both need to
reach the sea, and are prevented by
other powers. The United States have
no control over any one of their great
rivers or lakes, and Russia is in a similar
condition. This is the secret of Russia's
.friendship for this country. Russia is
waiting for the opportunity to begin.
When that will be, no one knows, bat it
is certainly coming, and will complete
the destinies of nations begun in the
war of 1870. We may assume that
nothing ia settled. Germany is not
autocratic nor France destroyed. As
soon as any difference occurs between
States, Russia's opportunity will have
come, and tho sympathies of the civil?
ized world will be on her side, if she
aims to oheok the expansion of Prussia.
Franco has in some respects been
strengthened and purified by her mis?
fortune, and she, too, is waiting to re?
gain the position she has lost. The in?
terest of the United States is that the
States of Europe should be preserved
distinct, according to their uationali
ties; for the nationality is like a family,
and the family is the work of God.
W hon ever Europe ls united under one
dynasty, then will come an attack upon
the United States. So long us each has
its own, we have nothing to fear; but if
any one becomes preponderant, its
power must be exercised somewhere,
and we shall be the only object left to
attack. Our safety lies largely ia the
firmness with which we support our own
institutions and make the force of our
example felt. Everywhere the oommon
people are filled with respeot for us, und
want to know the secret of our power.
We have to fear the same enemies which
have destroyed other nations. Faction
is at work among us, and is encouraged
by the Tespeot paid the loaders-men
who are aiming for personal power and
influence. When we act for a selfish
object, then the foundations of our
liberty are gono. But there is little
danger. The masses of our people have
the sagacity to oorreot errors, and from
perfection to perfection, we ahull go on
completing the system we have begun.
The new bridge across tho Undaon
River, at Albany, is 1,525 feet long in
the main structure, and the whole
length, iocinding the approaches, is
2,250 feet. It is thirty feet in the clear
above low water, and eight feet above
the highest recorded water mark. There
are two bridges over aa inlet on the
East side of the Hudson, one of threo
spans, eaeh sixty-two and a half feet in
length, and the other of four spans, of
sixty feet each. The trusses in the maia
superstructure are twenty-six feet apart,
and all the tension bars aro of double
refined iron. The bridge, exclusive of
its own weight, it has been calculated,
will sppport a weight of 0,000 pounds
per lineal foot. The draw weighs 700,
000 pounds, and is moved by n ten-horse
power enginc, placed beneath the road?
Mr. Cooley and Miss Kenney began
the new year aright, by getting married,
at Lyman. New Hampshire, at a quarter
past 12, New Year's morning.
DEA/TU OV A NOTABLE CHINAMAN- A
PAGIAN FUNERAL.-Wbong Hung Soon,
President of the Ni og Yung Company, is
dead. Deceased Vus sixty-two. His
body was placed in Chinese state on
Dupont Alloy, where it was viewed by
great numbers of bis countrymen, and
where the mystic ceremonies of the
Pagan burial Bervioo were performed,
lasting about three hours. The streots
in thu Ohinoso quarters were thronged
with Chinese, all of whom respected
Woong Hang Soon. Hundreds of Cau?
casiana went, impelled by motives of
onriosity. The procession started for
Laurel Cemetery, ied by a Chinaman, on
horseback. About twenty Chinamen,
dressed in long white robes, attended
the hearao, and amongst these were two
or threo hired mournors, sustained by
men walking on either side. The mourn?
ers carried Joss sticks, and bent them?
selves towards the ground, appearing
not to walk, but to bo dragged along by
the attendants. There were fifty-eight
backs and othor carriages in line, four
bands of music, and four or five express
\ wagons loaded with propitiatory toast
pigs, chickens and all sorts of compli?
cated and uncertain edibles. The fune?
ral waa one of the largest eyer solemn?
ised bv Pagan rites.
\San'Francisco (Cal. J Bulletin, I)eo. 30.
"in New York, last year, 1,314 persons
carno to violent deaths; 851 were by ex?
plosions and other aocidents; 179 were j
drowned; 12G were the corpses of infanta
found in tho streets, &o. ; 108 were sui?
cides, and 46 homicides. Of all thsse
violent deaths, but one was by judicial
hanging for murder.
William Goodin is anxious about the
fate, of his oyea and nose, which he has
missed Binoe he looked to see why a fuze
which ho had put in a bottle of powder
burned so slowly.
Business is good at Council Bluffs,
and the enterprise of advertisers has
gone to this extent: M-hos nica col?
Uns, suitable for Now Year's presents.
BoyB, get your sweethearts ono in timo."
Can advertising farther go?"
Leap year parties are popular in New
York. The ladies invite the gentlemen
to dance, and then Krait apon them at
the supper table.
A Fifth avenue belle boasts having re?
ceived twenty baskets of flowers and 300
calls on New Year's day, in New York.
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
TI I UK SD AY, 'FEBRUARY 1.
ONLY SOUTHERN SHOW !
Every Afternoon and Hight I
HAIG HT ?Si CO.'B
Circus. Museum & Menagerie !
Most Magnificently Colorai Establishment
Three Mammoth Pavilions!
ENTIRELY distinct and separate-ono for
the Menagerie, one for tho Museum, and
the othor tor ttio Circus; all, however, for ono
price of admission.
Before every afternoon exhibition a GRAND
FREE BALLOON ASCENSION will bo given,
aud Mr. Harry Hambold will traverse a sin?
gle wiro from tho ground to tho top of tho
canvas and return-a grand gratuitous dual
Tho management, at an enormous expense,
have purchased the entire and completo Mo
nagerlo of tho late Colonel T. C. Ames, which,
in conjunction with their own, makes tho
largest and most splendid collection of zoo?
logical wonders iu tho world, embracing six?
teen massive dens of living wild animals.
Tlie Monster Elephant, Bismarck,
And tho Baby Elephant, ?TET," Boyal Ben?
gal Tiger, Terrestrial Sloth, Chotah or Hunt?
ing Leopards, Spotted and Laughing Hyenas,
and of Monkeys and Birds, an endless varie?
ty; two dens of performing Lions, Tigers and
Panthers, and a Llonesa and six baby cubs,
only two mouths old.
In the A runic Department will bo found all
the old favorites, and many performers of
world-wido renown, whose faces are now here;
among them tho groat CARROLL FAMILY
W. B. Carrol', the veteran two atd four-horso
rider; Madame Carroll, equestrienne; La Po?
tito Annie, tho Baby Wonder, only six years
old, in her startling acts of equitation, and
tho Boy Prodigy, Master Willie, thc only child
Somersault aud Firnquotto Hider in the
world; tho great MiACO BROTH FUS, the
splendid /Knul Cymnasts, aud Mona. C. LEK
KOWi,KR. the elegant and accomplished
Doors open at 1 and 7 o'clook P. M.
Beautiful carpeted seats for ladios, without
extra charge. No smoking allowed inside of
Uuionville, Friday, February 2.
Spartanburg, Haturday, February 3.
Greenville, Monday, February fi.
Anderson, Tuesday, February G
Newberry, Wednesday. February 7.
Camden. Thursday, February 8.
Orangeburg, Friday, Fobruary 9.
Jan 18 18
:h - Removal.
1 -I THE subscriber, anticipating
^?EM\. a removal, with a view o? far
sSCStm nishing au entire new etock Ter
hjaaBtBtbe spring eoaBon, would iDform
gHfllB the pablio that for ono month
?PQ?mflBr from this dato will offer her cn
?nBbimS tiro preaent etock of MILLI
W/fK NE RY and FANCY GOODS,
?lfl Rt coet< for cafih only? Being
AT 1* F prepared to givo bargains in
every instance, would request a call at her
Millinery Establishment, on Main street. East
aldo, opposite to Mesara. J. H. & M. L. Ki
nard'e dry gooda houBo.
Jan ll _MRS. A. MCCORMICK.
Headquarters for GardentSeeds.
Y ANDBLTH'S Extra Early PEAS,
I i Carter's first crop Pea?,
Little Gem Tom Thumb Peas,
Early Long Pod,
Onion Sets, Bcd and "White,
Lawn Grass Hoed,
Bed and w hit o Clover,
Timothy and Kentucky Bluo Grass,
Orchard Grass Seed,
For aale, wholesale and retail, at
Jan 6_HEINITSIi'S Drug Store.
Richardson's Law Reports,
VOL. I, New Series. State oaah price, 16.
.Also, the followiog new Law Bucks:
1 Brightly-Election Casos. ?7.5C.
Hill on Fixtures. $2.
Tylor on Infancy and Coverturo. $7 60.
Tyler on Ejeottuent and Adverse Enjoy?
ment. $7 50.
"Dwarri? on Statutes and Constitutions.
Bishop's Law of Married Women. 17 CO
Laugdalo'a Select Oaa?s on Contracte f7 50.
Second Volume Brightloy's Federn: Digest.
ham's Legal Judgment. $5 00.
For aale at BRYAN A MoCARTER'S
Dun 30 Bookstore
THE subscribers, having this day formed a
copar tneiuuip, to bu known and styled as
HOWIE A ALLEN, and having leased for a
term of years thu shops and machinery, and
bought the materials on the premises former?
ly occupied by James M. AJlen, are propared
to outer into contracts for building or the
finishing of all chop-made materials, such aa
BLINDS, Doors, Sash, Win JOW Frames, Ac ,
Ao. Also, the Dressing of Lumber, Scroll
Sawiug and Turniug, aud would respectfuliy
aolicit a share ot the public patronage.
HOWIE ? ALLEN.
JOHN M. HOWIE, EPWAUD ALLEN.
COLUMBIA. November 13,1871. Doo 12 3mo
IF you neglect a cough or - cold, however
slight, consumption, that great destroyer,
will be sure to fodow. The inscription upoo
tho tomb-stone will bo in the following start?
"Dun FBOX A NEULSCTKD Coron."
Stanley's celebrated COUGH SYRUP wll
euro coughs, colds, asthma, throat affections,
when no other pr paration will. Try a bot
He. Prepared oolv by
Nov 25 j E. H HEINITSH.Drnggi-t.
Private Boarding House,
i^flar-^Y BY' MRS. SAMUEL TOWN
WllJa^ihi BEND. Senato street, South
ABrs?nSP'Jn' east of the Capitol, ono squirt
flhaw6HG?from Main street, Columbia
S. C._Dec 2 amt
THE underaigned have formed a partner
ship in the practico of law, under tin
RION Ot THOMAS.
And will give careful consideration and at
tention to any business ontrusted to tbei
charge. Office at Bauskett's building, oi
J AM EH H. RION. JonN P. THOMAR
OOLUMBIA, S. C., November 1G, 1871.
FOR the wintor season, I will brew al
DOUBLE STRONG BEER. Drinl
t? eeg ora' unadulterated Double Strong deer
and you get tho worth of your money. Tbi
Beer is aleo put up in bottles, and for eale a
tl.50 per dozen.
I have also recoived a supply of the justly
celebrated PANCAKE-regarded the bea
Chewing Tobacco._JOHN C. SEEQERB.
State of South Carolina--Fairfield Co
Tho State o? South Carolina, plaintiff, rs. th
Spartanburg and Union Railroad Coin pa in
and others, cr?ditera.-Order for Sale, ?t<
BY virtue of a decretal order in the abov
stated case, all the creditors of th
bpartanburg and Union Railroad Compan
are rcquireu to provo and establish their dc
manda against the Bald Company, before ut
as Special Referees, at the law ellice of Jame
H. Rion, Esq., in Winnsboro, M. C., on lb
2Gth, 27th, Wi h, 29th and 30th dave of Docen:
ber, A. D. 1871. and on tho 23d", 24th, 25tl
'Uah. 27th and 28tb days of January, A. I
1872. JAMES M. BAXTER,
THOMAS B. JETER,
Nov2G Special Referees.
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
cgp IS now opening a flp0 jttv,
/v^V^Qselectlon of Ladies' g,nd<gBR
\f, / TfflOont's English, Swiss and fFi_J
??j& J? American WATCH ES.jfcTJ
??m??dmWt**So\e Agent for the ct lo-?==
drated t'auhuo Watch Company. Philade
pbia. Gold Chains, Vest, Opera, Chatolaioet
Leontine Necklaces, Diamond Lings au
Brooches, Pearl- full and half sets.
I mako this line a specialty. All Silver roi
by me guaranteed equal to coin. Some haut
some gooda in thia lino, anitable for Brid?
Tea Bets, Cups, Goblets, Castors, Spoon
and Forks, Ice Pitchers, Egg Staude, Coffe
Cutlery, Pocket and Tablo Knives.
Household and Fanoy Goods.
Guns-English Doubla Barrel, ..leool
Iioading Rides, Parlor Rifles, Air Gnus, au
a tull stock of Sporting Goods; Dupont i
Hazard Powdor; Pistols of various styles.
JET AND HORN GOODS.
Ono door North Scott A Co.'s Banking Houst
Powder. Shot, &c.
AFULL ASSORTMENT of Gun and Blasl
ing POWDER, Shot. Load, Puroussio
Caps, Gun-wads, ftc. on hand and for sal
low, at wholesale and retail, by
Deo 20 JOHN AGNEW A SON.
Commissioner of Deeds
FOR THE VARIOUS STATES,
AUGUSTUS E. COHEN,
Jib lgjgwg_At Hendrix Honae.
MT. ZION SCHOOL,
Winnsboro, S. C.
THE Soring Session opona on
Monday, January 29, 1872. Tho
?courao of instruction affords tho- I
i rough preparation for any depart- I
ment of university study, or for
business lifo. The Virginia Mili
tory Institute bas reoontlv conferred upon tine
School an Annual PRIZE SCHOLARSHIP,
oovering tho entire course in thal institution.
Address M. M. FARROW, Principal.
TUE Orin of PAY8INGER & FRANKLIN
was dissolved, tho 1st instant, by mutual
consent. All persons indebted to said lirra
will make payment to W. S. MONTEITH, and
all persona having demands against tho said I
Una ?id present thom to him for a settlement,
he being fully authorized hy us to settle up
tho husmees of tho said ti rm.
T. M. PAYSINQER,
Jan IC_C. R FRAN KLIN.
The Useful Store.
W1FK MiVUE HAPPY.
THE undersigned has opened a general !
FAMILY STORE, where can bo obtained
GAME, Fish and Poultry; prepared, if re?
quired, for cooking. Frosh Rutter, Eggs,
blama. Breakfast Strips, Ac, Ac, including
every requisite for tho table. Small prouts
and quick returns is tho motto of the id ve and
Bead Store. Consignments received daily.
All orders promptly delivered.
E E. DAVIS ft CO.,
Plain atreot, noxt door to Dr. Jackson.
The Boyal Family.
PRINCESS ROYAL, born November 21,
Prince of Wales, born Novomber 9,1841.
Princess Alico, born April 15. 1843.
Prince Alfred, born August 6. 1844.
Princess Helena, born May 25,1846.
Princess Louisa, born Marett ?8, 1H4K.
Prince Arthut. born May 1, 1850.
Prince Leopold, born April 7,1853.
Princess Beatrice, born April 14, 1857.
Tho Crowning dory ot all is tho ' QUEEN'S
Tho Blood of the Nation made puro by '
using HEINITSH'S "QUEEN'S DELIGHT"
and his ?LOUD and LIVER PILLS.
One Puncheon Locagilphead.
THE beat SCOTOH WHISKEY. Dealers
can have it nearly at cost.
Nov lg_JOHN C. 3EEQER8. I
Blood and Liver Fills. S
TO cure SICK HEADACHE, Bick Stomach,
Dizziness or Vertigo, Bad laste in the
Month. Bilious Attacks, Palpitation of the
Heart, Nervousness, Constipation, Pain.i in
tho Breast and back, Kiduey Affections.
To euro all Disorders of the Liver.
To Regulate ibo Bowels.
To Purify the Blood.
To give new hfe to the whole System, tbs
B'ood and Liver. Cannot be surpassed. Try
only one box; you will be convinced. For
sale only at HEINITSH'S
Jan 6 Drug Store.
martin's Slicing 8ub-Soiler and Seep
THE undersigned having purohased tho
right for this Ststo to manufacture and
soil tho above plow, thc boat aud cheapest yet
introduced, desiree a reliable Agent at every
Cuuntv Court House in the State.
Pot 10_EDWARD HOPE.
TF.M. BEEF, ETC.
FULTON MARKET BEEF,
Pickled Pig Pork,
Smoked Beet Tongues, Ac.
For sale at CANTWELL'S,
Jan 10 t_Main street._
MISS CORDELIA MORDECAI, Columbia,
8. C.. announces that her establish?
ment, S juth-woat corner of Sumter and Lady
streets, is prepared to accommodate BOARD?
ERS, permaneut aud transient, where tho
taste aud comforts of the most fastidious
will bs guaranteed. Dec 31 timo_
'Motto's Victoria Tonic Bitters."
For the cure of Dyspepsia, Ague and Fever,
Bilious Diseases, General Debility,
and all Impurities of the Blood.
THESE BITTERS have now firmly esta?
blished themselves in the favor of the
public and the medical profession. Prepared
from purely vegetable ingredients of acknow?
ledged efficacy, their unrivaled and highly
tonic, stimulating and prophylactic qualities
peculiarly adapt thom to all cases of General
Debility, Nervous Prostration of the Sys?
As ac oxcitant of tho appetite and a whole?
some aid to the process of digestion, they
will bo found to he very efficacious, while
their peculiar medical properties render them
of unequaled valu? to thosu subject to Chilla
and Fever, Congestion, and other miasmatic
These Bitters will bo found most wonder?
fully botifiioia) in all cases of Debility and Ir?
regularities of Females. Wheresoever intro?
duced, they become a standard art icio-a
medicinal staple, felike the many uoxionB
stimulants advertised, they brace aud fortify
tho system without exciting undue cerebral
action. They are without doubt the best lo?
uie and constitutional renovator over offered
to tho public. MOTTE ft TARRANT,
Manufacturers and Sole Proprietors,
Nowberry. S. C.
Bold hy E. H. HKINITSU, Columbia, 8. C.
Bopi 16_ Orno
"|/~V/~V BOXEa assorted CRACKERS.
IA )\J 100 boxes assorted Canned Goode.
CO boxes Soap.
60 boxes Gainly.
50 boxes Candios.
200 barrels Flour.
60 barrels Whiskey, coming in and in store,
and to which wo invite tho attention of the
trade._L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
NEW sugar-cured HAMS,
Smoked Beef, for sale low. E. HOPE.
BABRELS selected SEED POTA
/?UUTOEH-Pink-Evos, Early Roso,
Jaokjon Whites, Peach Blows and Early
Goodrich, for salo low hy
Jan 10 EDWARD HOPE.
ALARGE number of fine KENTUCKY
M J LEB, which may bo aoen at Charlea
Logan's Btableo, corner Hon ate and Assembly
streets. W. B. A J. BI. TALBOT.
Kentucky Hones and Mules.
<A A FINE lot of Kentucky Maw
7??zT\8toek-H ? K 8 E B ANDMBB
rt/S MULEB-juBt received BndJQu
1 for aale. Can be se*n at Mr. owen
Daly's Stables, on Assembly street.
Jan 12_JOHN N. LONG.
Mules and Horses.
_ A stock of fino MULES andlfcw^
aL^^HQRMFH constantly on htndVgS?
JflW?lat tho NATIONAL HOTEL^EfiU
M 71 ?TABLES. Liberal advance? uiauo
ou horses on consignment for sale.
_J?nl3 Imo P. HAMILTON JOYNER.
^ A LOT of fine Kentucky
Pfc-. MULES and HORSES, luatar-/rt?k
???I rived. Call at fTTi
?LA DALY'S STABLE?,
Oct 7_On Assembly street.
THE SPEAKER'S COMMENTARY, by Bish?
ops and other Clergy ot the Anglican
Churoh. Vol.1. $5. *
Aunt Jane's Hero, by Author of Stepping
Hannah, a new Novel, by Miss Muloah. 50c.
Jan 14_DUFFIE vt CHAPMAN.
Champion Cook Fight.
(gk St A MAIN of Cocks will bo fought at
Columbia. 8 C , commencing' on
~^??y TU Esr AY, January 23, 1672. and,'
tsaS???jndinp: FRIDAY, January 26, inclu-j
nitu-uuiffouu parties in Columbia and Edge-J
field. Show twenty-one Cocks on eaab side.
SlUC on each fight, and Colombia betting
$1,000 to $750 on tho maui. The fight will
nemo off at the Exchange Cock-pit. Jan 12 '
Wood! Wood!; Wood!!!
THE undersigned begs leave to inform the
citizens ot Columbia that he has a WOOD
YARD at bia old Hand, at the Charlotte De?
pot, where ho keeps constantly nn band thu
best qualities of PINE and OAK WOOD,
winch ho will sell, nrt.ivF.itrn to any part of
tho city, at the following extraordinary low
prices, viz: Pine, $4; Oak, $5 per cord. Good
Order? may be left either at my ?tore or at
Issac Sulzbacher'a Jewelry Store, Main street.
Jan ll Imo* CHARLES HAMBERG.
DIRECT from Whitman's relebrated facto?
ry, Philadelphia, Pa., a fine assortment
of BON BONS, Crystalized Fruit?, Choco?
lates, Caramels, &c, at MCKENZIE'S,
Jan ll f? Main street.
a/^\A BARRELS POTATOES, oonaleting
??\J\J o? Pink Eyes,
Just received and for sale low, by
Jan ll_JOHN AGNEW & SON. .
For Sale-Splendid Building Lots.
IOFFER for sale a fnll square, in 16 quarter
aore LOTS, bounded by Wayne, Divine,
Pulaski and Greene streets, near the Char
lotto, Columbia and Augusta Railroad, and
the Wilmington, Columbia and Augusta Rail?
road, just Wost of Lever's gardon, in one of
thu most beautiful portions of the oity.
TKHMS-$250 per Lot, of one-quarter of an
acre; $50 paid down, and the balance in
monthly payments, $5 each, and no rates of
Interest. No charge for papers, if payment
is made as stipulated. All the Lots to be
closed out by February 1. Plat to bo seen at
the poet office. E. W. WHEELER.
Jan 3 Imo
Qnn AAA FEET OF LUMBER,
OUU,UULF 60,000 feet of well sea?
soned Flooring on baud.
Orders for Lath, and all kinds Lamber filled
at short notice. Apply at our Lumber Yard,
on Lady street and Greenville Railroad, or
address W. LOWRY A CO.,
Qq 28 gmo Box 130. Columbia. 8. C.
Clear ?nil Ilurmin? na Water.
NAT!ANS' CRYSTAL DI8C0VERY
FOR THE HAIR.
APERFECTLY clear preparation in out,
bottle, as easily applied as water, for re?
storing to Gray Hair its natural color and
youthful appearance; to eradicate and pre?
vent dandruff; to promote tho growth of the
Hair aud etop its fulling out. IT IS ENTIBEIA
HARMLESS and perfectly freo from any poison?
ous substance, and will therefore take the
place of all the dirty and unpleasant prepara?
tions now iu nse. Numerous testimonials
have been sent us from many ot our most
prominent citizens. In everything in which
tho articles now in use aro objectionable,
Crystal Discovery is perfect. It ie warranted
to contain neither Sugar of Lead, Sulphur or
Nitrate ot Silver, lt does not soil the clot heh
or scalp, is agreeably perfumed and make?
ono of tho host dressings for tho Hair in use.
It restores the color of tho Hair "more per?
fect and uniformly lhau any other prepara?
tion/' and always does so iu from three to ten
day?, virtually feeding the roots of tho Hair
with all tho nonrirthing qualities necessary to
its growth and healthy condition; it restores
the decayed and induces a now growth of the
I Hair more positively than anything oise. Tho
application of this wonderful discovery also
produces a pleasant and cooling effect on th?
scalp, and gives the Hair a pleasing and ele?
Wu callespecial attention to the fact that a
limited number of small trial bottles can bo
had hy those wishing to try it. You will no?
tice that in pursuing this course, our aim is
to convince by thu actual merits of the article.
ARTHUR NATT ANS, Inventor and Prouri
etor, Washington, D. C. For salo in Colum?
bia by Dr. C. H. MIO 1', and Druggists gene?
rally._ Nov 24 fly
MONEY CANNOT SUT IT!
Ko i- Sight I* Prlcelcaat
But the Diamond Spectacles will Preserve lt.
IF von value your eyesight use the^e PKH
I*ECT I.K^SKH. Ground from minute
crystal pebbios, melli d together, and derivo
their name "Diamond" on account of tbeir
hardness and brilliancy. Tb? y will last manv
yearn without change, and are warranted su?
perior o all others, manufactured by a?
J. E. SPENCER A CO., N. Y.
CAUTION.-None genuine unless stamped
with our trade mark. WM. GLAZE, Jeweler
and Optician ie solo agont for Columbia, S.
C., from whom they can only bo obtaii ed.
No peddlers employed. July 20 ||ily