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Published every Friday in Louisburg
JtATKS OF SUIJSCKITTIOX,
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2i 44 6 Months',"...
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t-r -TEIUBlCAfSIl IX aUVAKCE
rX7rnl?i and True.
lie Btole Jnm its nest in my golden
A kzot of ribbon blue ;
He plac ed on my- bead a jewel rar'c,
And whi-i-ercdjsoft as be beld it there-
Tender and true adieu, adit u 1 j
Tbo almond . Jns bending with LIos
i Iho n.scs blbahcd tlirbuh tbe dew :
The violet fimikd in the glowing light,
5 Acd !ifo was.Iwjipy, and hops was bright
1 Tcndcriijd I, rue adieu, adieu J I
, 5 i.cy brought my soblicr hopie to mo
5 And my ku'.t of ribbon blue ; !
JJut the ciUwl iouod on the brow was
. hid ; .- : j 1
?Ey the llig dropped over the coffin-lid.
p.. Tender and true adieu, adieu I
SThe almond flowers in the bre zes shaki,
s .The robes st i
1 blush through the dew;
s at the spiitg
time of hope will neve r
?And ihc lone,
lene heart will wail till
lru adieu, adieu !
A. ii Old Leyeiul.
. Mruemion i;as nanuca uown to us
:jnany lcgcndi bf the olden times, when
our State was yet young in civilization,
and thinking that they would bo in
teresting to tl c public, I here relate j
one as 'twas told to me.
; The following incidents took place
many' years aV when this portion j of
thjJj State was ka unbroken wiUerads?,
sale wliere t)ip axes of a few haijdy
meneera had felled Uic forest and raised
bins s and when the wa
ters of the ." .'ar" rolled on to the fkea
under the euphonious uame of "Tali",
floating upon its bosom naught but jtlie
bark cuioe of the Indian. A band of
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Indiaus inhabiting a section of -country
W est of this county "dug up the i
hatchet" atid started eastward upon
var patli, to wreak 'their vengeance
on the 'white; settlements lying u
the ltoanokc or thcrc-abouts. It sems
that the' were successful in their sav
age and bloody undertaking, in cariry
ing fire and death into the countrr of
their " pule face foe.." After satia
ting their thirst for blood, and pluv dcr"
began their march, homeward with
, many scalps and captives, -the tropiiics
of their prowess and bravery. If is
said, that vhcrcvcr the foot prints of
the "red men" could be found, the
blighting hand of desolation was to be
seen in Mia ashes and charred remains
of habitations, that a 'short time before
resounded with the merry laugli of
youth, or was-' filled .-with the sweet
songs of beautiful maidens, as It hey
drew the estton into strands upoii the
Their' depredations, aroused
whites to action, and the loss of friends
nnu Kinurca nreu t'cir uosoms wttti a
burning desife for vengoquce, so they
shouldered tiic.tr trusty, rifles, and took
the trail in pursuit. - No wonder j the
settlers should have gra?pcd tbeir vyeap-
pDs and pledged themselves over the
murdered bodies of their loved
dead to avcDge their cruel death
However! this may havo beeu, they
pursued the Indians unremittingly un
til they succeeded in overtaking them,
which occurred at a place about three
miles distant from Louisburg,known as
thb junction of Lynches Creek
Tar river. .The Indians knowing
thcmselves to be pursued, dou
bastened on as fast as possible, f
that thcy would not bo sac unti
placed the waters cf the Tar 'between
themselves and their pursuers. Their
path lay along where the iroad crossed
Simm's Bridge, at which place the riv
er ws fordablc. Wecan well imagine
their horror and dismay, . when arriv
ing upon the banks to fLinl the j river
, swollen by one cf those mighty fresh
cts, that so frequently visit usj and
AtfuvAv;i tiufiu Aiii'usaAe(iv.' a-iiv.ro
they stood with Iho foaming surgin
waters barrin; farther progress in front,
which to attempt' to crocs must end in
death, and the avengers of blood j i rap
idly advancing in their' rear, and liable
at any moment to filiate their appear-
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ance. pomcthing had to be done, and pt -
quietly, if they would avoid the ig
thai seemed awaitir.fr thfim. so thev cin
took up their march do the river,
until the waters of Lynches Creek
precluded any farther advance, which
md also been swollen .by recent
The Indians found themselves
narrow neck of land, guarded
pides. by the water of the creek
and river, and by their foes advancing
in their rear.
tope of escapV wa3 go no, ar.d
tradition d.es not say what
effect it had on, the niind f the s-avs
ages, vie have no d iiLt but that '.hey
'called U their aid that stoicism ess
tural tt their race, a"hd de'ermiaed to
sell thiiir iv s as dearly as po$g:b!e. and
enter' the ' HuntirgGround" of t; eir
race wi li hatted and dtfiince upon
their Hps, and their deadly 'hatchets
and knives in their hands. Thy made
preparauoo tor tre tigur, and
'awa'.tod the j-ppr.0t.9h of the
wlw s o i m ue their-appears
The mp-.rior numbers tni
is of the whites Avon tbi day,
n.it be(o:e army of them felj
cd " u:j!6 death.
A.3 I t the Ins
dif.n pir y fought on until Jthey. wore
stricken tlown, nkirg no qu .rte-r and
none. A . fevv attempted to es
y crismg the stieaai, but soon
p. crrave boreal u the turbuleiit
f the rapidly roiling streim.
Of the euthe band, not one : escaped
to tell the tale, and w'io can thirk
without a shudder, of tho wails that
went up trom t'e wigw-iin'o in the
dif.n laod, for tn m:-3ing brave?. It
ave been an awful scene, the
1U of thjsav.-igC3 mingling vi,h
'the dejeper impr.-e!.io!-S of the white?.
cr wi h . the ' wouoded, dead and
drowijingl Of thr whitts we uny be
ermi ted to suv th.it nianv tound
graves . beneath tha" to est shade, far
fpm .their home?, aud upon t!i ir
r(s::ng phice no flowers shall ever lift
liagrmit petals, save th- se that
spring epontaneoua- Irwm tue gencrou?
niture. There we leave thfm
ieir fo;-s t"j rest, moe p-'acelul
towaids each other in dei'h thao i;i
life. Hi: mni tknUs and bones together
wi h impktn'-nts of Indian war fire
have ticen often found upon th:s spot
to attest the truth of this storv..
clilccr rn or e of the
d " S:ta"es fei ey Service, lelutes
iustai c' of his own rashness an. 1
w escape witii ins life. lie v. a:eu
the fta t.Ch:rh;tte Hub r, (Floii-
o' pp? ar 'Latir.t;arci E, a fish l:k'J a
der, but wi h a cuiious,' iat-. ke
i had s'arted up a good 8 z:d sMn
probaiily uVk ut thrcn fi Ct in
i to two i'a icrg'h, With a "k-:i;
ty df fi tailf an 1 :o n trie hunt b
c.imt intcrestirg. Twice hel I pierced
iody with a b at-hof k, and the
r ia the immediate nti"hboiho.-.d
mc'cnca wnu o.eoa.
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ih shoals exUnel out a mile in mit y
ptiors m Uhar.otte Harbor, and 1,
j tici'emi n, had waded cut fall
that tiistauce from the shore a(
a mile aw-.y from, my men..- The
ght! of danger-never nee en tired
icad, 'tuf.-ugh the hAbdr -was full
hr.rks mnny of tLcm twelve to fit
fett ia length. My feet and legs
were bare, ' my j trousers teisg roilt-il up
h as possibly 5ut I h id tone
some dirt -rce from that depth, ti c
cr be:nr up to my wai?. and. u-vt
:g cl p ril, -wfcf bent u.;t n the
lure cf the fisli I w s pursuing.
uddenly, but w? y, I c uld n vt r
comj Ttkend, I turned my ey s fiem the
garee, and lo ktd cut into tl e ti-tr
I nr-Acr iavy that stmg tree sga:n,
my. heart. almost ceased to beat as I
I clield a m mt trous shr.rk thtt no "doubt
had semtid the blood c f the wounded
fisli ceminjr in a direct Hue for the- place
w hi re I was sta ir.tr. A fcelir'i
horrrr 'prevaded ma at once. Fov.cr
tef a" d ath-striken it s-? ni'-d, Ar'jrravc
one Tcx.-r'iaajK: i:.e. g tin? r.e etc?'
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ntrja'c, ngontstng loi .; msara rcv men
an.ii- away, 1 tu r.ea u-.j tjc, a.iacst
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s'.Hr:ieg lrom tfeir f take's upon the
pa er ;r. 111 Wuic.i 1 txoectcii the
t horrible dtatit. The feg -uy and
mental tor'ue 'of.tl at fe rful niomeat
c ut never be ktc.'ilvd or forgotten : it
m.iks me ibudkr now to recall it. As
thJohiik spi-rotchtd me he Ussntd
hiss ced, t videiitly nconaoiteriog the
pi Sitiou Hi gra:-vful evolutions ; the
ptrftct 93 with whicn he glided
I through the wuttr, the under 3 iw drop
SDE VOTED TO p6lTICS. LITERATUltlJ, SCIENCE AND MIT.
ti jut enouga to uisciose me g it;er
rows of teeth, sharp as razors; the
le?s lazy movement ot that .jr. war-
lul tui' ; aud, above all, the co!d hor
rible "lare of tlos small vel!ow eve?:
facina;e(t mg with a deathly terror- -
In these short Btonda I livtd jear3
ol. honor.. To st c that ravenous deniou
S) leisurely confident ofhia power, and
I almost p vcilcsa, waist deep i;j wiUT
and no scupoa o! d-fenca but a com
mon boat'h :ok ! I teemed to shrink
into nothingness when compared. to' rj.y
cniEY, lie jriYii nio bit a 'taw seconds
to thii.k or pnp-ir for dea:h, for quick
a; a cat I c faced d r ct!y for me, and
soeniid jiliiK it to spring clenr Jrora the"
water as he dived tor niv lfiM. I could
.scureVly hold the Loat-ho. k in my
trembling' gra-p, but as h;s body came
ivithiu reach, I struck at it with the
eneigy ai.d despair wih which a
drowning person would 'at a straw.
Jn a breath I committed my s ul to
God, und lor tl.'c u'x't few seconds be
cacti:: nearly u-:.coiis"ciu.v Whether the
muusttr I cl t the4 hoist of my fp-ar or
not, f course I cannot tell. I prc2umc,
however, that' Ita did. ' f orotic n;ised me
his poiideruus j-is Ci'ming together
with a rush- and J-r.ap
Pas ii jr fail
around me, he dashed cut iuto the liars
bor cgair, but not far; when he turned
and bt-gui the same mar ce wres as be
tore. hy feelings as he sprang, for me,
and ihe revulsion cons q 11 nt upon my
unlook?d-for re pi to, se-.mid to inspire
mo with new courage, and I felt that
the ' cowardly shirk migbt yet be
baulked of Lis prcv. I g lined nn as
toi.ishmg ft -eliiig of coolness a. el ilerve,
anci el-, termmcd to present a hnn trout
. ". - .
wLea he attack d mo again, which I
knew hy would in a few moments
I -began a retreat, stepping1 cautious!:
backward, with my eyes fised s u the
shark. Stealing a look tbwareU' ttie
boat, I -a-v wiii: j y that tha men had
got it i-ff thebtacb, and were ma-hcing
thenars. That look !e:ly rved my
lit, for I had hardly turned toward
the shark before lie was upou me ready
for action. 11
I cannot descrlbermu'cl y what oc
curred, for'I was t.ken co:::p e'c!y by
furpiise, and lo-st. my wits, us well asj
nerve, t lew the glare t-f iltx...-o terrible
eves, the -almost whit-- thini-'g .-utf.tce
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. oi t!:e belly as it partialiy ; tu-ued ups
wards-, a;ut tha waters eUiho I in my
l.C5 A ueaoly co d lee.ir.g went over
ins iike an ehcrric shock, -,.s I fUtj the,
slimy body brusii over 'my ; t;arc le;;s;
spmet.hk'g struck me oa'thrs chest, and
I -r an Jae't'ant I believe I teoanie un
concioir. " The sh irk kcenie l to twist
his body completely air ua:l m, the
Loat-hoek droped Irani'
by h audj. and 1
it 1 1 over the monstei';
bsck, my Tect
,and loj.:s being throw til
the wd'.c, . as my hea-
and b dy were
My escape iriina death w&3 wonder
ful. The shruk failed for the second
time in catching i:u hetv.ecr. his mis
1-1VO j x !'
restored me a
sramblfd t n;y
almost wild with terror, looked for the
shark, and none ' c 1:1 lmagiua thej -y I
!e t a? I sv.v him swimming at tall speed
toward. the entrance Of the harbor. , 1
ni fuce to the shore and stag-hlong-
till witliin a few var-ds ol
tha teach, when I was whol'y overcome,
ni swoo;;c.l from : ,c (aL,ci3 01 the .
ureuuiuj or-ieattua-s urukr-oa-. r ad
mg tn water o.ly I?ur feut dep. i-.fter
U h a remark il-lc e-f-cjpe from a hor-
,i de deh, I eame within a. hair's
breadth or 'il'rowninir. The tout's crew
artivid " m.t a second too soon.
a3 it was evir i:i l-. ur bch.rj I
as nsuscitated, and th 'n n'y alter
the most uawe-arit-d t X'.rtioas.
Do y v si Cs-T.-"',Vhea Iiwas a lit
tle buy'' sai.Vn gatLw sa one evening,
'.'I f aid'a v. sit to mj grundfatl.tr, a
venerl-Tc old .na. w:ioau bhick vtlvit
tep and tassid,' blue breeche' , and hue
silver k: cbuckhs. filled tue With great
ae. vvLeai wtnt to tjia him troot
ye, he drew ia? betwecu his kece?,
and .p-l-clnj; his ban J on my head ealid:
Gfindcli'd, I hava- ca.; thnlg to say to
jo?.: w li you rtm.maer it!' I siarcd i. -
to his. f ice aad nodded; (erl wal a'rdJ
ti prcmiso'aloud. 'Vcl:,' hecr n;iaue 1,
Svlitever yi u do, do the best y:a c ;n '
Tub, iu fc was my grandfather's
h'gtcy tome, end it his pioved. le:ter
than g'ud." To fill our y uthufl
c rs v j wonld urge the above adc:;
do Vocr b '.-t. . 1
SUBSCRIBE FOB THE COURIER
- , N. C. MARCH
k Om Own.
If I had known in the morning
How weardy all the dy
The. words unkind; would rouble my
' mind !
That I said when yu went away,
I had been more careful darling,
Nor given you needless piin;
Dut we vex our own with look and tone
"Wo might never take back again.
We have careful thought tor "the strangf-r
And smihs for thej sometimes guest,
Dut oitfor our own the bitter tone,
- Though we love our own the best.
Ah llii-s with the curl impatient
Ah ! brow with the shade of scorn
rtvcre a cruel fate were the night too
To undo the woiXof the moru.
Grand Mother's Stor.
' BY MliS. ALICE F. MUDD.
It was many years ago, upon a dark
night, that grand-pother's story was,
related. Not a solitary star shone in
the inky heavens, nor a glimpse of the
moon penetrated the density of clouds
that1 hung like a heavy pall over the
frozen earth. A gale of wind, in un
usual wild u ess, went screaming through
the tree-tops, shivering in its breath
of coolness as if it hailed from the
a a ' nil . 1 I
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and moaned 'ncath the power of. the
fierce wind, their naked branches
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writlnng.snapping.ana wliizzmg arouna
in the air. Rut few persons were out
in this merciless storm ; but two litlte
1 ai ai a v. ti
wanderers there were that braved the
Maggie and lllte lhornton were
en route to their grandmother cot-
tage, and were overtaken by the dark
c'Jrtain of night and thei furious gala
of wind. IMother Thornton s little I
white cottage was half hid by shelter -
firs and pines. As she unbarred the
door and admitted the children, she
"Welcome, my darling'! What
news have you brought that -you have
ventured through the storm?'
" None ; we have come to hear you
tell a story."
" To hear me tell a story ?; .
" Yes,' responded brother and sis
ter in ono voice. '
j " Sit you etowu upon the little red
stool, and I will tell you a story con
taining more truth than fiction," said
Mother Thornton drawing a stool to
each side of her ; and Maggie ann Wil
lie were soon seated thereon. 1
j The winds continued to bowl in
their, fury, blowing away fences, and
uprooting trees, in its course of devas
tation. And the watch-dog rent the
air with i his doleful howl Wuilc
Mother Thornton commenced her sto
ry. " The story which I am about to re-
late to ycu, little ones, happened a long
time ago, when .these western scenes
were wild, and held in the Indian's
1 possession. There were a few white
cil.livl.c-, I. a.u AJAA UUUl bllUll AAA
. , . -aa t a
strongly carrisoued forts. Iu one of
,these m? falhr anJ UncIc ucr0 IoCa'
ted. ihe latter had two little boys,
about your size, Willie. One morning
in the early spring-time, Tom and
Gasper took their fowling-pieces, and
insisted that they should go duck-shoot-
ing, stating that they .had seen a num- many years after he was liberated.
bcr of ducks paddling about the creek. When he returned, things had under
Like disobedient children, they would gouc a chang?, and he found neither
not heed their mother, who warned
them cf Indians, but on they went
imagine that mother'a gri jf when night m his boyhood s days until ho was se-k-camc
on .,uca an one as this and in2 shelter from the fctorin ; and while
Tom and Jasper could nowhere be'
found!' . r i
" Did the Indians get them?" And
Willie's eves beamed with excite-
" The Indians capture! them,"
" O, grandmother Hid they kdi
No, they took them prisoners, but
separated them, selling Japer to an
other tribe of Indians.
j Years passed, ' and the 'poor old
mother wept Utterly over the loss of
her two bovs, not knowing whether
they were; dead or alive. Finally, her
heart was made glad. One "stuutacr
evening as sho was returning from the
spring with a pail of water, a.tall, dark
man approached, and asked her for a
drink ; it was given, and, as her eyes
met the sunburnt face, she said, with
a trembling voice,
, "Isn't this my boy, Tom?
" Mother, you have not forgotten
" No, no, my son i' And she lean
ed upon his shoulder for support, and
continued, 'Where's your brother
1 have not seen him since the eve- I J
ning of our capture."
' Tom had escaped from the Indians
camp, and found his way back home.
It was 'soon known that the Indians
were watching him, and vowing ven
geance. They would take his life if
they caught him again. While with
their tribe, Tom had been forced into
marriage with an Indian girl, who had
formed an ardent attachment for him.
Ayear after his rcturn heme be mar
ried a beautiful girl, with whom he
bad played when a child. The Indians,
hearing that he had married a pale
face thirsted for his blood. '
" And did they kill him T queried
"Wait, and you will sec. When
the settlers learned that the Indians
verc conspiring agaMt Tom's life,
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tuuJ( cuueiuueu il mms 10 a birongcr
settlement. ?Iy father had moved
his fiimilv soi 'o month
hen the horso were packed, and ox.
cry'thing was in readiness, they started
in the night, taking a road they thought
, n x- , , . 0
to be safe. Night waned, and morn
ing rcigued instead. As the golden
sunrise was kissinrr th distant .bill
- - - - - o
tops, the travellers turned to a point in
the road called Horseshoe Rend ; and
tha'- was a fatal turn to them. The
Indians were in ambush, and rushed
upon them. Completely outnunibcr-
ing them, they began their slaughter ;
with Tom they had no mercy, but
rushed upon him. with a savage air.and
with knives and hatchets cut him to
pieces. His wife and mother saw his
heart taken from his body, bis bead
severed and tossed in the air ; this was
the awful death that poor . Tom died.
Many were not killed; among them
was the wife and mother. They were
soon with their friends, but the wife
died of a broken heart."
" And what became of the mother ?'
" Sho lost he? mind, and is now the
oldest person in a certain lunatic asy
" And Jasper?"' said Willie.
"Was never heard from again was
supposed to have been killed by the
other tribe of Indians." -
Just thea some ono rapped upon the
" Open the door, "Willie. Yt'ho on
earth is coming hero through the
As Mother Thornton finished, a
hoary-hoaded man tottored in, asking
for shIter, which was granted: and.
while sitting before the fire, he said,.
"Madame, arc you Margaret Thorn
" I am, sir."
" I am your cousin Jaspsr, then."
They shook hands and fched- tears
for the sake of the old times. Jasper
had remained with the ' Indians for
incnd nor relative. Ha knew not
; that a human being lived that Lo knev
pausing uj-on the door-sill he heard his
own name. And in this way did ho
catc'J etches cf grandmother's ttory.
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A nice bu'iues oCce for
ply at this office
Trims Clover Seed, lor sU by
RATKS OF ADYKUTLSINU.
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PURELY YEGETARLE. .
GREAT UNFAILING SPIXIFia
f.?r Lite 1 O xih-itr ti pfol C-
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p ejertle-jin liCer i it V
ONE DOLLAR ROTTLE3.
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J. 1L ZEILIN & CO.,
BOLD BT ALL DKU'J GISTS.
V ATT. 1Q70
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L. A. HARBURY
IMPORTER OF 1
Delr in erary dcripl:ou f G!aiwir,
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large fcUKTk f F-ll ac I Wint
goois aid we are prepare! to Cc.
var lrienda auJ tustoai-.ri.. . - .. .:
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AT LO XT P RIC ES.
ut iqs LiDixt wr rrrtmcriniua xjc
Fancy Dress Goods ana
' Oar F.tock ot Trio nina I larr
and mot complete: tba wekaretr:
punbtjed txtore. In ibu lloe wec!.-
And all wt m' it an opiar:ynl'i
to how. Tl-e Ldire iniil l" t
and fxnn'ne our Stock, ee junai
to tuit them
We bare mv Urge ao I 11 ilcrt
tncks of Ii;V'j M.' Uot&i y,
andil o , U.afctaiUiaciafuitiiiL i
YAUUOUUGII L Co.
Groceries Groceries A
full- iapply -.always' o.j
.1 hand at
Coooty Or.fe-s tskeo ia Tiade,' j
tair.ct ra'., at