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LOTJISB rjRG, N. 0., NOVEMBER, 28, 1873.
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- July 15, 1871. 1
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At LohUuu-Y, F nk i Co, N. C,
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Dr. J.B. C If ft on,
PHYSICIAN ail SURGEON.
Dec. 20, 1372 -tf, ,
D r, W. J. Cooke,
'PHYSICIAN ail SURGEON.
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Death-Sei of "dtoaewall" Jactson
This is the title "f a fine engraving
of the DeatL-Ded of 'Stouewall 1 Jack
son, 14 x 18 inches in size, and printed
on heavy plate paper. Orficers ut the
Confederate army are grouped sorrow
fully around the- couch of this great and
good man,, this christian soldier, whose
lili-b'.ood ha3 been given lor his country.
In the distance is the encamping army,
the weary sentinel on hisbent, & It
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tro hear', and should have a pi see in
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r ; ,''r .Agent Wnt.-i! AH
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or old, make more money at Y.ura for iu in their ap
momenta, or ail (he time, than at anything else. iartic
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BY CHARLES SOUTH.
enf PTER VI. I
A very quiet party were they on the
road, that late afternoon. "Willie Ioor
was unusually Bilent and abstracted ;
Marion half conscious and quiie peni
tent. He adored his sister as little
less than a divinity ; and while he liked
Willie Ioor very much better than any
other young gentleman on the island :
and admired his beauty, versatility
and spirit, he yet kept a jealous dragon
like eye on any presumptuous adven
turer who seemed desirous of plucking
his golden, Hesperian apple, -t But the
fear that he might have compromised
his sister's dignit', and stainci his own
reputation for courtesy, nay wor.-e, ijur
hospitality made him uncomfortable
and quiet-. For Marion, as far as the
lightotfourtcen summer's went, was
a very Clievalier Bayard, Meanwhile
Grace, behindthe fragrant burden she
would carry herself, was grateful for
being left to unbi oken reverie, and
very ready to bury herniate embarrass
ment in pleasant musing. X
The sunshine slept upon the treeless
road in the dreamy haunting wayof
early autumn ; and over the hedges on,
each hand trailed long sprays of crim
son vines, mingled with the various
shades of green and j bronze. These
hedges were full of busy birds, bul
finches, old thrushers,red and mocking
birds, picking theripeniDg berries ; and
every thicket on the wayside made its
vicinity vocal with" their melodies. An
occasional gun report evidenced that
the hunting soason was yet at its height,
and startled vast flocks of whirring
kild6es from the long bay marshes.
At the rush of wngs, Marion would
stait forward with the eagle faca and
gesture of an excited huntsman, and
the little r.arsh tackcy would 'prick up
his ears in sympathy ; but the next
moment, his rider would sink back
with the blank consciousness of no
ammunition and sighing heavily for the
absent gun, pass on-
; When they reached the Three Trees,
all stopped, with one impulse, to enjoyj
the prospect. Threb immense pines
thot.up straight and tall by the road
side. l ho absenca of intercepting
shrubbery and thicket extended the
view forward to the Martello Towt.r, a
mile acroes the white terraces of well
blown cotton fields and palmetto crown
ed bluffs ; and to the harbor, a broadl
gleaming zone under th piled cloud
.masses, with the picturesque city i in
the background. The boom of a can
non broke the stillness, and Grace in
voluntarily glanced back at the sun,
certainly not setting. Another and
yet another low thundering, at short
They are targetting at Moultrie,
said Fohn answering her glance ' Maj.
iVndersou got a fresh supply of ammu
nition from the United States steimer
that was in last Tuesday.'
4 1 hope he'll get well rid of it soon,
said Willie, -
I don't, cried Marion ; I want to
see a little lively shooting match be
tween them and us before th?y leave ;
and they wouldn't try j wihout long
odds in their favor. I believe we can
beat them, with all their target-prac-
Marion, my little brother! said
his sister softly ; You speak of jeop
ardizing human life aa you would of
Dou't look grave, sister, J can't
help it. I certainly shall be .sorry if
they carry that old striped rag out of
our harbor witho .t giving ua a chance
of sending a ball through it. j You
ougbt to hear Col. Ioor talk about
c ... I.
their turning our own guss upon' our
city, when old Gen. Jackson and Scott
I I bragged what they would ! do if we
i d-da.t gubm'it hke a kked cur ! 1 I
don't care about killing them; particu
larly : but I should like mightily to
give them a scare. It would do their
insolence good. '
They would hardly make force nee
essary to eject them, in case we assert
our independence, remarked John.
The amount of United State's proper-
ty, in South Carolina, is so sniall,coni
pared with her claims on the general
Government, or rather, I should say,
her share of the public and common
possession, there could be no pretext
tor disputing her action. withany
show of justice V
And when did the general Govarn
menfc wait for show of justice ; that
is, since it has been under Northern
control ?' asked Willie Ioor hotly. It
has hcird that ages ago, a divine being
Justify fled from earth to Hcav
en, and returned no more. In this lit
has full and practical faith in. her
flight, I mean. It iikes to apostrophize
her in uiaudlin rhyme, and flourishing
July and Thanksgiving orations ; which
has a fine rhetorical effect, especially
about Boston. But the North prides itself
on being niuchj too sensible to go maun-
dering about in search of a mythical
personage, a creature of quixotic imag-
inations; and wasting working days
and money making opportunities in
holiday talk. Believe me, if the North
.ets us have these forts without dig-
pute, it will be because it is afraid to
fight, not from any latent instinct tf
'You think secession imminent?
asked Miss Hazlehurst constraiued
x I do indeed. Father does not ad-
mit any other adjustment of our difii I
culties as possible ; and he represents
ninc-tenthsV the people who have
talked of it before me. He is so fired
by the opportunity he thinks will be
given in the approaching election, he
can think of nothing clscsEvery thing
is lipe for it. The North sees it, and
in sheer helple? sness has raised the
taunt that the South cannot be kicked
out of the Uuion The two sections
wero utterly unlike in the beginning,
and are drifting apart every day. Sc
cession is the mere lormal recognition
of the chasm that yawned between
them thirty years ago.'
' That is so,' assented Marion cm.
phatically. 1 Itis natural theys'iouldn't
want us. They are as different from
us as Arabs or Hottentots. 1 sold mv
old horse Pinkie you knew hini Wil
lie, to that Massachusetts manJ Jona
than Hanks, who has & truck farm on
the Main, He is good enough, and
honest, a? far as I know. When I
sent Pinkie over he didn't have the
mo ey ready, and sent me a note by
Peter, saying he h:.d most of it and
would watch for me at the city. He
sent what he called his bond. I didn't
know what it meant, and of course took
no account of it. I had never seen a
note given for less than an estate. A
week afterward, sure enough, he found
me in the market looking at some pine
apples, and handed mc the money. It
lacked twenty dollars and he had an
oth er note ready fcr that and my re
ceipt. I told him that gent emen
didn't act toward each other in that
way, here ; they give their word instead
of their bond : that I had lost the other
paper und didu't want one, but J would
sign it or him, and he might give me
ttie rest when he saw me. He oasn t
been here long. He looked at me in
astonishment, and said :
Wa'aluow young gentleman, I don't
see how you c .lc'late to make a living
at that rate. But I guess I can get it
by next Saturday.'
And ha did.
Oh ! they are honest enough iu
their ;wav individually, I suppose, said
Willie. But their way is not oun
and I want to get loosed from them.
Think of the insolence of that Down
Easter, who said he was ashamed to
name his country in the O d World
because of this plague e pot of the South
on its white garments ! As if a lank
whining yankee I beg your pardon
Miss Grace, but my Southern blood
fires up when I thiuk f it and in
truth, his face was crimson and bis
oyes flashed wouldn't betray, I pay
his fatherland at firsst view anywhere.
And our namcj ranking with the first
in Europe, and our auctitry the cream
cf Engl bh and Frencn nobility .1'
4I know you are right, she answered,
I know that both sections chafe in the
collisions of sympathies and interests.
I know that the one bond that holds
them together is, with us, the embers
of our old love for that flag and its
association with our great names; and
with them, the tide of commercial life
that flows t them through our rice
and cotton fields. Yet she sighed as
she ceased, and turned a pale and
changed face back to the far-away
In the silence that fell, a sound
grew more nd more audible, voices
shouting and cheering to the steady
accompaniment of a clicking noise,
the play of oar3 in their rowlocks".
'It is a boat "raco," said Marion, af
ter listening intently a half-minute.
1"11 wa2cr a dozen Principes that its
our boat and yours. Willie Ioor ; and
that ours wins !
'Agreed,' said Willie, with a laugh,
They were yet resting on their'
horses at the ThreQ Trees ; the harbor
was but a mile away and he air very
still. The cheering and the cries o
the helmsman indicated an exciting
'They are just opposite Mt. IlinsonV
er'ed Marion breathlessly. 'There!
Didu't you recognize Peter's shout? if
wc can reach the MartelloTowcr in time
we may witch them clear to the bridge.
Sister will you go?'
Yes, lam willing,' she answered
indifferently, but smiling at his eager.
They galloppcd past the field on
theil lcft autl luo marsh beyond, and
struck the shore just two hundred yards
west of the old tower,
'Q two boats, fine ten oared barges
were just.coming clearly into view :
the negroes in each strain ng every
nerve aud beudmg their stalwart frames
to the oars as if their lives depended
upon the issue. The helmsmen and
strokes wera especially enthusiastic
and voluble, tin former sometimes
springing to their feet with a ringing
cheer of encouragement or a spurring
objurgation or entreaty to put forth
all reserved muscle as the boat promised
success or failure. A rapid volley
poured forth .in a contionuous
' Ua 'c Tony ! mck 'r bile.
'O, boys steady. Gieittoher. If
you no mind she get ahead.
4 Pull dere Bob. You Harry, move
dem hand faster ; you lazy ellow !
- Col. Ioor's boat got ahead one clear
length, and the rowers seemed content
jvitli their victory, and inclined to take
some respite, but the leader rose in
the stern and with a shout that made
the shores ring, bade them redouble
You good for noin tings you, gic
it to her. Wo got to be five lengths
ahead, at least, wen we reach de
bridge. Don' you sei Moss Jnilie.
But Peter, looking out along the
line of spectators, who had gathered
from varions points, e aw Aw party.and
with a 3 ell of mingled desperation and
resolve appealed to his men to make
one more effort to retrieve their falling
fortuneSf an(i . not iei Mos3 john aud
Miss Grace see 'em beat.' Under the
sudden impetus of the answering
"strokes, his boat shot forward, bump-
ing the other ; which t uccess was cele
brated wilh a prolonged cheer. The
strugsls was rcucveJ and the excite
The sweep of t he oats through the
rui-hiug water, t'ie play of the Ihck
muscular arms, eclipsing in their rapd
rie and lall the white gleam of the
khicicg eyes aad tteth ot the roacr?,
had a certain wild lascination. Our
party fohojrcd a'oag te sWorr, and
gained the wharf where spectators l.ai
gathered to await tho ieu, as Col.
Ioor' a loat truck the Lead vf ite bridge
bat a half-leng b io trout ot its riva'.
A long loud shcut from bi'men and
lookt n- n iaateuM Sumter revcrlera'e
.and wake the ethoei from the aljceLt
bluff aad breakwater. x.lanatton
acd rip'oacaia mde coniusioo Wurx
co- It uade I , thts un.ucccssfol crew,
ri9cg in tatu might to give reason
j ior filurr, the ot
reaos ia their blind
hers deal to all
John an-! Craco turufd homeward
from the clamor. Willie and Mtrioa
went down to tue wharf, or aa tutj
called it, the bridge j lbe lirmcr to
ditptcse congratulations and sjUtaa
tial bounty, the Utter, partly at JoW
sfr-gis'ioD, to al:en defeat bj prain:
ol th fiae and almost fccctsi'ul iflV rt
at retrieve'. It must oat appeal to
them in their present mntinc!hD,
h U their young people wcr running
away Irom the Toai'a disgrace , that
were addirjg insult to injury. .
. The master of the cearcst house bad
hurried down with decanter and glass,
an i ooiu pain ana pleasure were now
dnwned tqutlly ia the care Jis"
pelting 4bowi Thei'ass passed around
Irom cue brown, aching haml to nothtr,
leavirg a ahiuing wake of glittering
tteth and rare good fellowship. All
exhibitions ot bitterness and triumph-
teg were washed away together and
ivuut.tua I'l LIUiitCilJ IUTC (! ID
cd pride set flawing. The latter ele
ment was further strengthened by the
t.ic that an EJUto Idand boat hd
pass.'el at the very best possib'e mo
ment to receive, gratis, a lesson ob tie
bery best rowiu dy eber seed ia dere
born livct.1 The negroes of tuat island
were supposed to be in a very btniyht
ed conditiou compared wi:hthjm re
favored James Islanders ; and yet, like
other ignorant peop'e, presumed t airs
ot fcuperiority, 1 his bjit in particular
had mi e itkdf especially obnuxious,
by makii g audible remans, at a recent
period when passdi.g the boal-housea
at the Bluff, ab: ut James Islanders
prompted doubtlc, by envy, and had
indulged in obscure allusions to black
berric?, as their ouly sustenance.
The brother and sitter going slowly
down the village street tad a fair view
of the targettitg irom Moultrie ; tnc
target being set in the nearer tdge o!
Crsdj Bmk.. Th-y . saw the gun fltb
and smoke, the water dull up as the
ball struck and riciche;te be to re reach
ing thtf goal; thca hiari slowly iullow
inp, the heavy jeverb.-rating boom of
the cannon across the tranquil bay.
They wa'.ciud the scene in silence,
both hearts filled with the shadows ot
coming evtnts ; and turned Irom it at
the gate without a word. 1
Grace lingered on the veianda aloue,
and stretching out h:r arms to the sea
trie I softly, with a halt"s b, ti herse'f:
'O Loybl, Lojal, come back to us
(TO BE mXTIXCED.)
Tlie Ilei'oie orOurTlmcN
. We msy fi-id herois.n, even now,
wherever we find the tl-jmen. ol do'.y at
work. It is -n the foMjo roisiion
tit 1 '- it u abroad on tLe pra'rie,
where the home missionary, the coN
porteur, the lble praying band are
striving to build up Christian institc
tioriF, and to mould tociety by the
power ol thegofpel. We may trace it
along the path of stl.'-Jenying jbi!ar
We may find it in bum'dc b mes
where laith triumphs over ob.tacUa
eil surrounding, temptation, and
want. We mtj discover it, tc, where
it is rarely credited with Iwing tcund.
In home of ifiljencr, wherti luxurious
induT-encc am! coLformity to tasliioo
give place t C trU:isa smp .thy and
colscientio'js fi lel'.ty t) saend trusts,
lie that would be heroic now need not
complain of the agr. The age m-rey
modifies the c;ndili :s under wh'ch
lienls n a'-.all be dcvtl pe Thedil
ficulties and tssks io which it is car
lured abound t'1j, n?tthe h.M tha:
to the world's view ttiey are common
J p'.scc, and seemingly jgnoblc. To l-e
a true di.-ciplc of Curut to adorn nt'
pr f. s on by a con Utent lif; to stem
ti.e tide ot Irivolity and Uhir, livirg
in that in p!ic:ty which is atcoidiog
to godliness to do and give and pray
for ths triumph of the k'ngdoa ol cur
b'.ci'e! Is rd to stand stcadfut amid
the worldliritss tf the sge to witceu
oo! c-infijaion in th; lec of lad if r-
ence or of .scorn ill this poitlble
.ven oor, and ail th s is called Ir
neter perhaps more than it is to-day.
A By Mhs displayed a I'jtj, darg
lirg watch chaic, was asked :
iVbii' the tice ol dar, Jim I'
The lad drew out Lis watch very
ceremoniously, and atur exjusiciag it
for a whi r, referrel li another boy,
an! s&id :
Ia this the figure nine or the figure
4 iVei', then.' svd th gtciu-, i:
tacks just abj.il half aa icch of ergh.
. - - , - .
A. drunkard who lad rue through
property re urncd me rijht to hi u- -turaUl
cd liomau He crrt e l his eror
ty hlU Anni. u(i.1? it ,n
heart s'lings and l-nucea ind.
qute ti ixprv h ry s been
tercd his ifi'j ip.Mi.tv, nVI,er
beheld the tictima of U np-j-.-ti", I
loving wile anl a d. r i g ii!d. M..
rose and lullen, he sca'c I b:mi!f wi h
out a wrrd ; he coul ! r ot pak ; he
could nut look up thn. Tienvtht
said to the little one av h T a d .
Come my dear, it i time tu to
bed ; and that little I1 y, as .lie went,,
kntlt by htr mothei Uj , and'azirj'
wxstlully into tlie f..c: ot her t uffcring.
parent like a pucs ot chl le t atft'uayv
slowly rrpcted her ri g'uly orl-on.
When she had f!ui Ik he ch I ! 0ut
four ytars old) sid t.i Urr m-tlu
Doar mother, may I nr ..ff r u( o e
more prayer i "
Ye?, my swett pe, pra.
And she lifted u icr tny hu- ,
closed her eye, ami prityd :
Ob, God, spar , .U prc my dear
papal That prayer wt htttd wuU
electric rapidity to the throne of 0il.
It was heard on h'g'i; it vu herd oa
earth. The r&ty 'A ne l
burit irom the lathe ' I p , and h:s
heart of atone bec-mc a hestt ot flh,
Wife and child werj both cU'ped t
his boson, and in pe-dtente he atid :
My child, you have saved y t fa
ther from afcdrunktrui gave, IMVgs
Ttll us net in idle jlrglr. jjarriao
is an empty dr. atr, fr tie si ri is d ad
tua.'i f ingle, an 1 things arJ not what
L.ic la earn' '. iiir
aedcess a fib; Mm 4il.u arr, to rnn.
returns ,' has been spoken of the rib.
Not ecjiynuir, 'd o t tor o t is our
destined end jor viay, bt i rtthat
each t -ni-arf fi ..l ua m-- rr marriage
day. Lie ia lo:g and yuu;li i flee in ,
and our hearts mou-h lij;l.t ni gay,.
6 ill tike pleaiit drums are Uatin
wedding mntchcH all the war. In tie
woiUV broal field of battb, in the.
bivouac? of t if , be not like dumb,
drivea c-itlle be a heroine a wife.
Trust no lu'.u e, h iwevcr pV siot ; Ut
the dead pst bu'y its aeidl ic', act
in tUe liviog pr iit ! hart lthiu sud
hrpe ahead. I ives ol married folks
remind us e can live our iives as
Te'.l, ard dja'ti- leive txhind ua
such ixamphs hs ahnll Mrll- S ch ex
amples tint acK'ier, wastio timo ia
idlopr, a t-.rl.m. n-m rrlrd-l r thtr
fitting, thili ttk- he tit ahl coutt
Lr,t us ther, 'c p aad d..ng. ih a
l.eirt on trtunip't m-, a ill CM.tnviop, .
still j) Jtui'o, at d C3 oi.o a hrabud .
The man wi b gKl, firm health i.
5. is the parent ,f rigor n, happy
childnn. J ' '
So is the r'rajoo be cost tb
litt'e cLiTdr. a Iu- k, a he ptastt thexa
in their ply.
fro ts that wife who hat the whole,
heart of a l hus'nl.
S is ti.e n a ! Abto horizon Is
not boun I l y the cu ing ta,, but,
who baa a pi'j e Io ;ife, whetluf she
tvtr me.t h ax ur sot.
So is il yun m n b , lsyicLis
haad u hi hear, can j, 'I have
treated tv r wo.'. 1 ever aaav as I
should w.rii mi i.ttr ; reared by other,
6. is the lt'ferhlM lhtgei to .
s'ep wi'h k;i ou it lip , and lut.
hta.-wk ;M Wjwi,f.
So is the us i w , 4t withstanding
his m.ny terfptaiiub , can resist thai'- .
ror ta lur.
crird m ii'lle cir'. ;n Ur
. .: lr.
it U slat lie bis
Her mother, si
irg 1 tr itrr. r ca nity r 'u-d. i'eii,
what . R-d id thai tlu L.r V fcaid
the little c d a. ri'j'r. Not any
good aa ! r- , un!trt )tu tliow$ a
buttoa b r I'
FivV - t yorg taaf, wa'kinj .
op Si-e 'ctri i'l i hicg' toe o Ltr .
dyt afi.r ! a ecii g to his oidrr:ul ,
s'.on,. y-u Vbo by 30a are like
sharp srutk-iy lihtou g 1' X
3 Vm' ; 1 -ire it np. C.-cause T
harpaiu.-V lj lightning U sbisUU t