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1 h. AM n tain of the Two Lovercd
\V0 furs et in what book it weu,
nany ye0art ago, we read the story of'
t iovey, who was to win his mistress by
( aklyiag her to top of a mountain and
'o w lie u d win her,,and how they end
e lor days on the same spot.
We thit Ic the seerne was in switzer
land, but the mountain, though
Cough to tax his stout heart to the
ittermost, mnust have beeo among the
lowest. It was, at any rate, so high
that 'the fatber of the lady, a proud
noble,. thought it impossible for a
young man s., burdened to scale it.
Aur this reason alone, in scorn, be
bade him do it, and his daughter
should Ie his.
The pe.. santry assembled in the
v.alley to witness so extraordinary a
right. TLoy measured the mountain
with theire3es ; they communed with
one anotlit r, and shook their heads -
but uill admired the young man ; and
some of his attendants, looking at the
village damieels thought they could
tlo as much. The father was on
i'r eback, apart and sullen, repenting
that he lad subjected his daughter
cven to the show of such a hazard ; but
he thought it would teach his inferi
urs a lemoa.
Tlhie young man (the son of a small
1Inded proprietor, who had some pre
tenitions to wealth, though none to no
bility) ttood, respectful looking, but
cofildent, rtjaiing in his heart that
I e should win his lady-love, though
I the cost of a noble pain, which he
could scarely think of as a pain. which
he could scarcely think of as a pain,
ot nsiderin g who it was to carry. . If
I e died fr it, lie should at least, have
had her in his arms, and have looked
her in the faca, which he contempla
ted with such transport as is known
only to real lovers I for none others
know how respect hightens the Joy of
dibpen-iug with formality, and how
I h I I ist cusing with formality, enno
bles and makes gratoful the respect.
The lady stood by the side of her
father, pile, anxious, yet hopeful.
She believed her lover would succeed,
but only because she considered him
i, every respect the noblest of his
sx, and that nothing was too
-auc3Ih for hisstrength and valor She
iew not what might happen in the
*. telt the bitterness of be
ni herself the burden to him
..id th.o task ; and she dared
.oither to look at her father nor the
.1ountain. She axed her eyes now
pion the crowd (which nevertheless
ic beheld not,) and now on her hand
:m-I' her ingers' ends, which she doub
.ed up towards her with a pretty
po ulance-the only deceptionsbe had
t v.r used1. Oace or twice a daughter
or a mother slipped out of the crowd,
id uomuing up to her, notwithstand
-- iir fears of the Lord Baron, kiss
CI that hand which she knew not
vhat, to do with.
'hie father said, "Now, sir, to put
n.u end to this mummery 3" and the
lover, turning pale took up the lady.
The spoetators rejoice to see the
manner in which he moves off, slow
but secure, and as if encouraging his
I dy-love. They mount the hill,
they proceed well ; he halts an in
sant before he gets midway, and
seeus refusing something ; then as
t-ouds at a quicker rate ; and now, be
ing at midway point, shifts the lady
f rom one side to the other. The
spectators give a great shout. The
]Jdrmn, with an air of indifference,
bites the tip of his gauntlet, and
t 'en casts on them an eye of rebuke.
At the shout the lover resumes his
way. Slow but not feeble is this tep ;
yet it gets slower. He stops again.
The women begin to tremble, but the
men say he will be victorious. He
resumies again. 1He-is. half-way be
tween the middAe and the top. He
rublhes ; he staggers i but he does not
fall. Another shout from the men,
and he resumes once mare ; two
thirds of the remaining part of the
way aic conquered. They are cer
tain that the lady kisses him on the
forehead, The women burst into
tears, and the stoutest men look pale.
lie ascends slower than ever, but
seiing to be more sure. Ho halts,
but ir. is only to plant his foot to go
on againmand'thus he picks his way,
planting his foot at everystep, and
then gaining ground with an effort.
'Thle lady lifts up her arms, as if to
lighiten him. See f' he is almost at
the top I Ho stops, he struggles, he
,noves sideways, taking very little
steps, and bringing one foot every
timo cliose to the-ether,. Now, he is
all but on the top.- He halts again;
Iho is fixed ; lhe staggers. -A groan
goes through the multitude. Sudd en
lay he turns full front towards the top,
it i8 luckily almest a level ; lie stag.
gers, but it is forward, Yes, every
l-imb in multitude makes a move
ment as if it would assist him. See I
at lust he is on the to p 1, and down he
falls flat with hies burden. An enor
moust shout Ii He has won I he has
won I But neither of them gets up.
If lie has fainted it is with joy, and it
xi in. her arms..
Thie Baron put spurs to his horse,
the crowd fell owing him, Half-way
lhe is obliged to dismount, they aseend
the rest of the hilh together, silent and
happy, the Baron ready to burst with
shamie and impatience, They reach
the top. The lovers are face to face
on the ground,the lady clasping him
with both arms, his lying on each
"Traitor l" exclaimed the Baron;
"thou hast practised this feat be
fore on purpose to deceive me.
"You cannot expect it, my lord,"
.ma worthy man, who was rich
eniough to speah his mind ; "Sameon
hiinself might take his rest after ouch
"Part them 1" said the Baron.
"Several knelt down beside them,.
"Heaven forbid that they should
over beparted more I" said a veneraa
t '04d 0
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Or any of established agen
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The Celebrated Fertilizers.
MAN UAT 9D
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I I T ILUl
COTTON, CORN4 HRT AND TOBACCO.
CASE, $50 peP 2000 lbs. at Factory.
tIME, $55 per 2000 lbs., at Factory, ayable
Nov. 1st, 1872, WITH OU'E INTEREST.
Factory East end Hazel Street; Mines on Ashley River.
ACID- PHOSPHATE OF LIME!
COMPOSTING WITH COTTON SEED i
~P~E2l t o~y,
CASH, $30 per 2000 lbs., at Factory,
TIIE,0$5 per 2000 lbs., at Factory, Patiable
Nov. 1st, 1872, WITHOUT INTEREST.
WM. C. DUKES & CO.,
No. 1 South Atlantio Wharf, Charleston, S, C.
TAree very Superior Articles are offered by the Sulphurls Acid and Superphosphate
Companj of Charleston, S. C., viz:
A complete innture, adapted to Cotton, Grain and Tobacco, being the well known at.
tiole heretofore offered ot the very high grade of 16 per cent. dissolved Bone Phosphate
of Limo, with the addit ion, as heret ofore, of Perovian Guano. Ammonia and Potash.
Price $66 per ton, paid on or befora the 1st of April next, and $60 per ton, payable 1st
Nove.ber, 1872, wi'hotbt ihteroat.
A anr'wuticle of the hame high grade of Soluble Phosphate, compounded with the ele
mezia of Cotton Seed ni snob a manner, as to ensure one of the best, fertilizers for (o
toa and Grain, at a lower price than the Etawan Guano Price $40 per ton, if paid on
or before the lot of Anril next, $43 per ton, payable let November, 1872, without In.
Averaging from 18 to 20 per cent, of Dissolved Bone Phosphate,and thus enabling the
planter by composting, to obtain two tons of half that grade at a saving of ne-half
cost and freight. Price $86 per ton, if paid on or before the first, of April next, $40
per ton, payable lst November, 1872, without Interest.
TAKE NOTICE, that all these fertilizera are of the highest grade of Soluble .Phos
phate; and must help for more than one year. WM. C. BEE & Co,
l General Agents, Charleston, 5. C.
W. It. Dwight, Agent at Winnshoro, 8. C., A. K. Craig. Agent at Ridgeway, 8. 0,
ATLANTlIC ACID PHOSPHATEs
This Article, prepared by the Atlantic Phosphate Company, under the dIrection e1
their Chemist, Dr. ht. Julien Ravenel, for conmposting with Cotton Seed, is now offered
at the Reduced Price of $28 per ton cash, or $31 per ton payable lst Nfovember, 1872,
Free of Int erest.
Orders filled now will be considered its Cesh 1st. M~aroh, 1872, or on Time as due 1st
November, 1872, thereby enabling Planters to hautl it at a time wheu their Wagons and
Mules are idle.
Jan - 8mPELZER, RODGERS & CO., Gener'al A gents,
Jan - 8mBrown's Wharf, Charleston, 8. C.
This Pertiliger, manuf'actured by the A tlantic Phosphato Company, under the direc
tion or their Chemi~t, r r. St. Ju'ien Ravenel, Is now offered to th . Planting Conmmunii..
tat. i e very Redneed Price of $48 per ton Cash, or $62 payable lst November, 1872,
This Portilisei lasia beenv very extensively used in thlis:State, and lhas given entire sat
isfaction sumo of the most practioal planters admitting it to be eqtual to Peruvian
Guano, pound for pound.
All sales made now will be considered cash on the 1st of March, 18'12, and to those
buying on time the sale will he considered due on 1st ilovember, 1872.
B3y this arrangement planters will besonablod, without extra .cost, to haul their Ma
nure at a time when their wagons and mules are idle.
Pamphlete containing the certfinates of those who have used the .Atlantle Phosphate
will be furnished on application to A Aents.
PELZERL, R D E S& CO., General Agents,
jan 2-8.Brown's Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
SUP'ER-PHOSPHATE OF LIME.
TeOldest Super-Phosphate Manufactured in tis Country.
Composed of Bones, Pctatsh, Phosphatic Guano, Concentrated AnImal Amomonical
Matter and Sulphuri~ Aoid. .No Salt, Salt'Cake Nitre Cake, Plaster, nor Aduiterant or
Absorbent of any kind used. Factory open for inspection at all times.
N INETE N YE ARS OF PR ACTICA L EXPE RIENA'.
Introduced in 1862. Patenated D~ec. 29, 1869,
Quick action atnd'permaent irrprovement to t7:e soil. 'Testimo'y of hundrede of well
known plaliters in Its favor on every varIety of crop and soil, even during ex'romae ad
verse seasons. $45 cnsh -$50 t ime, payable Nov., sti 1q52,
.Generti Agenta for 80tith Car.olina, No. 128 East 1iay,I Charleston 8. C,
T. R. Robertsop, Ag9a0t,_Winboro, 8. 0., .Jan $7-8mn
THE S 'OE PhOSPHATE COMPANY,
Of O:.bar1eto~n, . O
Properly appreelating uthe recessity of fAstering the planting interest of the South,
resolved In the outset to otfer thaeir-?PFATlLlZERS at a price 'which would plase them
*lthin the reach of ever~y planter. -
They efetthaeir "S30l1'BLEC GUAlN0," a complete Ammoplated Fortiliser, at $46
eeb, or $606 en hibedit *9 the lit of Noventber next-wit approved city acceptance,
The "DISSOLT ff0~ lA Th," for eotnpostlnk with- Cotton Sebd 'or #fatte Ma
mare, is nepffere 6 the ygf low price of $26 cash, or $80 on eredlt, as above. This
I. hih rtaonnnenW by plaa.t er ito used it last year to their ent.Irgestiefact on,
WU. AVENEL, President., -,J AihenAgent Wlnnsboro, .0,
. B.ST.JUrLtaW Rivaxsur,yleedkt.
. t~o -5 - - -'
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iden Lane, New York. Infrmaticn
ith thoumnds will be semnt to you.
RI. J. McCAiRLEYw has a splendidi lot of
large Omanges, time best in matrket.
lie hmas also lately reooiived a well selct
ed lot of Fine Imported Cigars, which lie
guaratees will give entire sat isftaction to
lovers of "thme IWeed."
A chmolce stoek of very fine old Whim.
kies, Wines &c.,
Old Jamaica Rum, and MoEwan's import
ed Ale. Parties In seah of any or the
above artlics, will do well to oxamino my
stock before purchmain g elsewhere.
COCK Fih Iin the corporate limits
wil nohe perrnitted. Time police have
been instruotedl to put a stop to it in every
"" "W. M. DWiG HT,
BACON, an 1nY SALT MKAT,
8.uI.'r, large sncks,
Corrrvx, different gra-les,
SUUAl, all qualitiet,
MOi.ASaS, N. 0., Muecovado and Cuba,
Fi.oun, in sancs,
FLOUR, in barrel3.
FILoun, chuioet quality,
LA RD, ill tinl Cans,
IIAWe, best entirasved,
Ri-:, best Carolina.
An assortmet.t. or Sie, Shelf Hard
Ware, A xes, ('ain . laines, Shovels,
Spades, Manure Forks, 1-orse and MatIle
Shoe , Nnils, Potware, Petroleum, Wooden
an-l Tinwaro Axle Grease, Soups, Concenl
traled Lye, &o,
Wishing our planthing (I lends a good crop
year and remunerating prices, with a de.
sire to aerve them, we are truly,
jan 11 B1EAT 0 BO.
Prime C. 1. Sides,
Sugar Sured Hlams,
XX and Extra Family Flour,
Wotcrn Corn and Oats.
Extra 0 Demararn, Crushed and
West India Sugara, Rio and Java
Coffees, Canned Peaches, Canned To
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Syrups, N. 0. and W. 1. Molasses Ta
ble and Pocket Cutlery, Boots and
Shoes, Crockery, Hardware, Cigars,
Tobacco, Rice, eta., etc.
All of which will be sold low for
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.. WALK1Sa, Priprietor. It. 11. btcDoas. & Co., D s
A On. Agent. its,n FraniecoCal, od 34 Comewnr.to 5. .X.
MILLIONS leas- Tesilss.ny to oleir
Wonderful Curativo Efreel.
Vinegar Hitters are not a vile Fanuy
rluka Made of Poor Itum, Whiskey,
Proof 8pirlits andt Refiso Liquors, doc
tored, spiced and sweetened to pleaso tihe tastio.
called " Tonics," " Alplotizess." " Restorers," 'S c.,
that lead the tippler on to drunkenness and ruin,
but are a true Medicine, mailo fron time Native
Roots anl lerbs of Ualifornia, freu fron nll
Alcoliollo Stinutlantm. They are thu
GIREAT JIt.OOl 1iJRIFIKlII and A
LIFE0 (AIVING PitINCI0TP, a perfect
Rtenovator and Invigorator of the Systern. earry'
ing off all poisonous nat ter and restoring th, blood
to a healthy condition. No person canl tako ti1:03
Bitters actrdilng to directions and remain long
unwell. providet their bones are not destroyed
by mineral-poison or other means, and the vital
organs wasted beyond the point of repair.
They nron a (ti le P'usrativo an tell
as a TonIc, possessing, also. tiim peculiar merit
ad acting as a powerful agent in relieving Conges
tion or Intlaninvation or the Lior, awl of all the
-TOIt Fl? IA lt C4MPLA INTS, whether
in young or olid. married or single, at the dawn of
womanhood or at tihe turn of life, timoso Tonio Bit
ter lhave no equal.
For I nainninntory and (hronio Ritea
snatiussn and 41o2t, DyspOpsi. ort in
:ligestion, lilliosi, Routittent and
lntermiittent Fevers, Disonsom of the
ilioodl, Liver, Kidneym and lladdur,
these Bi ters h:ve beets must successful. Snsih
Diisonmn are caustd lby Vitiatod lloodi,
wihelt is generally Pruiuced by derangeuent of
the Dige.istlv-o Orgnsi.
l)YSMPE.1SIA Olt INDIGERTION,
Ileaducie, Pain in iii, Shoildoers, Cosugise, Tight
ness of the Chust, Dizziness, Sour Eructations of
tile St0t1li. Itul Tasto in timo Mouth, Bilious
Attacks, 1Palpittion of thu Ileart. lniininmation ot
thie..rg, l',mi ini tie regiotea of tho Kitinoys, nnd
n iindrosi other lininful synptons are tisa off
strisa of )yspepsin.
'I'lsey inviorate the Stonmneh and stimulate the
torpidi i .ver iwl itiuwels, which renier tlino of
uiit i-icil etl-t11 y in e' tntiSn1g tie blood of ill ilu
iiritieo. und impartig new lifu aid vigor to thle
FOlt MKIN )IMEA SES, I'rnptions,Tetter,
Salt Itliitni. Itlotihs, Spit-., l'imnples. lstLlos,
11,414. Cr.nwhm. leig-Worns, Seud Bionwl. Soro
., uipoins, itch, Settrfo. Discoloratiois of ths
Fkin. filinors mind liisene- f t Skht.si, of wihit.
e'ver it' .r n.,i nre. mr itt rn.a.y klug p sind Car
riv Iont of tht ii sti inn ti t it n i th tilt of
the' liittirs. ,:e liot I i MI h A iisen will cun
vince tile tiosi. hiiereululoms of titeir enrativeetTeoct.
Cieassa the Vi iLated lilood whonever you !fhtl iLa
itnpriititii burAthg througih tiso skin ll'inpiles.
Erniptions or .Sores; clotene it when youm lini it
oli'trnictoit nid Mitggilim in t-n veis; clense it
wihon it is f~t~oulmnn your feeingu~ , will tmit yotu whten.
Keup tin hlot iut e, mnd the health of tie systemo
101N, TAPE, nuetl other WORMS, urkinsf
fit Lilt! syr-tein of ,o stinny Ihmouaptlis, are e'Tectulily
ueiteoyt'ml mnil r inoved.
801,15 BY ALL DiltUUilSTS ANT) DALRHit,
J. WAL MIt, l'rolrlit-r. It. It. McDONALD1 &
CO., D 1rtitssiits matl ;tm. A get . San Francis-o,
Ui., atili U1 antI 31 Cuminierce &mect, Noy Yorke.
PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S
Acid Phosphate of Limes
FOR COM1POSTING WlT1l t'o-T~ON R .
Price $26 Cash, with Usual Advanoe for
pi IS arlicle is prepared undet' (le siuper
intendence of 1)'. St. J1umlien Rivenel
expssy for cotposting Ivith co ton steed.
IL wassi in roduced ly Ihis Company.- two
cIarS tisar tIa it1s 1us has fum.lly ttst. ed
its '.alue. 200) o 250 pounsds of this art'i
cles'e nere, promper'ly comipostedl withs Ihle
sa me weighm t' cot otn peed, furn ishes t ho
pu laesrW wi t Feirilizer' ofthe h s iighem.st ex
celleunce ni t ihe smaillest. cost. A Cotmpost.
Pmreparsied with his rticlm e, as by printed
directinms fumrnishelmd. contins atll the ele
mesnts of I eriliity' thaut cams enter into a Ilrat,
class Fert'ilizer', while ils economy must,
'1om1 mlendt il s libesLral use to plan :ers.
For supplies andi pr'intie dirdect-loras for
co~imiosting apply io
Agents Pnmcsfic Cluano Comrpany, No. 68 East,
Bay mand Nos. 1 amid 2 Atlantio Whar'f,
Charhel slotn. S. C.
JNo. S. hRm'nsr. & Co.. Ocneral Agents,
Doors, Sashes, Blinds, &o
F. E TiO.A L .., ,,
Mianufacturor and Dealer,
oe. 25) Hayne Street umnd Jloribeck's Wharf,
CH[ARLESTON, 8. C.
gry" 'i'This is thme largest and moost com-i
plete factoruy of' the kind in lime Southern'
States, anud all artlicles in thits line can bhr
firinished by Mr. P. P. T1onio at prices
whmichs defy comspet ition.
. y"' A pamphlet 1Isihi full and dletailed
lst. of all sizes of' Doors, Sashes and Blindls
and Ime prices of each, will be sent froq
and post paId, on applicatlion to
P. P'. TfOALE,
july I1l-ly Charlestoa, 8 0.
11iiess8 Is Elisilegs,
') RSONS insdebted to flhe late firm of'
. B. F". l)avidson & Co., are requested to
eli.tle at ONCE, or teir accousnis will be
fosnd in limo hanids of' Ii. N. Oboear, Esq.1
fob 13 ID. F. DAVIDSON & Co,
Heroi They Corne,
fing and coming, coming anf gd!ig,
A1l flue year rou~nd'fot country and tolyn
o00(1 for imo head, goodsefor the feet,
loods that. are pi otty and usoful and neat,
Coffee. Sugar, Molassmmes, Cheeue, like
lour, Unaeon, Corn, Lard,.- Fregh Gardem t
Seed, Potwate, Tinwal'e,.,Crookery, Utsss
ware, WVoodenware, qhtool Bok and Sta
;A fresh lot, ol Early M4 Goodrich,.
Pin1k Eye and Peach Diow Potato. ~tt
5ett and Petroloum.
feh8 D. LAUDEllDA 'i