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The Southern Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 27, 1854, Greenville, South CarolinaGreenville s. A Friday morning october 27, 1854 it Ejot a Mottl it a a it Fusil it Rvl leak by amp tvs. A a Waal Musuai in. I Paar Ltd editor and proprietor. Pm it. It w. P. Prico publishers. Tuts Hardy and Bravo Pioneer a my founder of Kentucky was born in 1748, in ducks county Pennsylvania. While yet n Mere boy Ilia father emigrated to North Carolina and settled on the Banks of the South Yadkin River. The wild and daring spirit the love of adventure and fearless intrepidity which characterized his maturer life were displayed very Early. Before he was Twenty he married the Quot daughter of or. Ryan n neighbouring settler by whom he had a Vernl children who cheerfully shared with him i lonely and repeated removals from civilized into Savage life. On tho 1st of May 1769, Boone with a few neighbors started for the Western Wil de mess and at length a a located on the Banks of tho red liver in Kentucky then an unbroken Wilde mess which had never know a White Man nor resounded to the stroke of the axe. We could not follow our a hero through All the Vicissitudes of his Pio-1 near life it was one of great peril and Many hardships. Several time taken prisoner by the Indiana to had the tact to conciliate them and Cou Trivic his escape. much by reason of hunger and privations toiling Early and lale to reduce the Savage waste to a condition of cultivation lie acquired such a passion for his wild and and Van Gigous life that when in 1792, Kentucky was admitted to tho Union he struck out still farther into tho wilderness and settled at length St. Charles of the Missouri River about forty five Miles Abov e St. Louis. On being asked Why at his time of life lie relinquished the comforts of a Home he had redeemed from Savage life and rendered comfortable for tho renewed trials of a wilderness Home his answer was a ooh i am too crowded i must have More Elbow during this interval of time col. Boone had undo Many lesser changes in his place of residence and had often been employed by government on missions of hostile and Friendly intent among the indians in All of which lie exhibited a statesmanship and courage which won for him the approval of his employers and the admiration of his Savage foes. He resided in his last Home about fifteen year when losing his wife who bad shared with him All his perilous life he West to Spud the remnant of his Days with his son maj. Nathan Bootle Are when he died in 1822, breathing his last in perfect resignation at Trio great age of eighty four years. It would for exceed our proposed limits to enter a minute detail of nil the romantic and adventurous exploits of this remarkable mail to Content ourselves with the following while a resident in his fathers House on tho Yadkin River being Al it ont eighteen years of Ngo he in company with another youth of the neighbourhood got up a a fire Hunt Quot which is conducted As follows a Cine of the party rides through the Forest on horseback with a lighted Torch swinging Alsic his head Whilo the other remains in Covert. The Torch attracts the attention of the Deer and at a signal from the concealed person the Torch is held stationary and while the eager a veg of tho wondering Nui uial arc fixed of the Light a Ball is planted Between them and the a poor fool Falls a victim to his curiosity. On this occasion Boone was in Covert and seeing n pair of reflecting Eves through the dim Shade of the Trees levelled his Tine and gave the pre concerted to his Antonij uncut the animal turned and fled without a thought the Brave Hunter a rung from his hiding place and pursued. Over Hill and Moor through Brake and Thicket the race went Forward our Vitero gaining on the game until at length lie at righted and pursued object rushed into the House of his newly settled neighbor Ryan. Flinging himself through the door we May in do of the confusion of Boone when he saw the object of his Pursuit fainting with terror in the old Many a arms far it teas his Beautiful and Only daughter we need not re ate How he wooed and won tho fair Rebecca who come so near being the victim to his Buti while residing on the Kentucky a hirer a party of three indians waylaid and took of a prisoners three Young ladies one of ten a Joones daughter Llo was absent from the fort no tho Lime but returning sovino hours after commenced the Pursuit alone overtook the party the following Day and slaying two of the Indiana returned to tho furl bringing the Fuir captive with Tatad american Lii of Rophy. A parable in Advance 9 if delayed. Old it of ten and ii Warda �1, to Lite Money is every instance to accompany Trio order. Padvek i ism knt a inserted conspicuously at the rate of 73 cents per so tire of t Lineo and 96 cents for each sch sequent insertion. Contract for yearly advertising made reasonable. A want Sra woke tho air a soft Light tone and Low. Yet bared with shame and woe now might it Only perish there 1 nor farther go. A me i a Quick and eager ear crag by no the Little moaning sound another voice Haa breathed it Olear. And so it wonders round. From car to lips from lip to ear until it readied a gentle heart and that a it trait t it was the Only heart it band. The Only heart twos meant to find a when 6ret its accents woke it be ached that tender heart at last def that a it Brohe i Low As it teamed to other ears. It Cerney a Thumler Ernst to Aera that fragile girl so fair and any. That guileless girl so pure and Truel the Bee that in a Lilly Lay and dreamed tho summer morn away was killed by but a gun s report. Homo Idle boy had fired Iwa port the very sound a death blow came and that her Happy heart that boat with lore and Hope so fast and sweat shrine in ill a Jimiy too for writ the maid that knew rot owned the delicate Flower Dike Grace of tier Young form and Floc i when first that word her Light heart heard it flattered like the frightened Bird hen shut its wings and sighed and with a silent shudder died will you go with Uto to Morrow night i Naid Frank Alwyn a he parted from Lucy Alton at the door one evening. A ooh 1 to be sure Quot said Lucy a provoking use exhibition is Worth seeing which i sup pole it is or such a Gallant As you would noi have asked a very Well said Frank lifting his hat and turning to depart �?o1 shall he Here Frank was Lucy a a Lover. He had been sofa several months. He was open at the Day and loved Lucy with his whole heart and had often org Tel her to a speedy marriage. But she was a Gay thoughtless Ore lure who though a loved him in her secret soul Lunare to of Voceal it from him As Many of her sett do. A had not Frank been a declared Tovar this would have been commendable but As it was it Only modo him unhappy without any commensurate gratification to herself for often after she Hod been so capriole a a to drive her Lover to despair would Abe a awoke weeping Oil night. How false in that Aeu ziment which induces a woman Thoa wantonly to Trille with a Lover from mistaken notions of Pride. Wot Lucy won not Rolelr to blame for her a Omni oct. She had an elder Dieter who possessed great influence Over her end this sister Eeor etly disliked Frank taking every Opportunity to injure him though outwardly treating him with feigned favor. The morn a after the conversation with which our begins Lucy and her sister had just tested themselves at the breakfast table when the latter a aids a emr. Townsend was Here la night he left invitations for a to the concert this evening. I told him you had engagement and he is touring his italian Friend or. Da-torl-withhim.�?�. A i a a now sorry i am a said Lucy. A a Torry for what i Quot responded her sister. A that he asked me or 1 told Frank i would go with him to the exhibition to by 1. T. . Paul in his natural character before his conversion resembles Bonaparte Moro than any other Many to mean both in i intellectual developments an Energy of will. Lie. Hod the tame inflexibility of purpose who same Niter indifference to human Sufferance when he had once determined on his course the aarae tireless Union Anerable Resolution the same Fawl Ekanem both of Man s Power and opinion and that Ealero self Reliance and flute serious in i i Opar other. A a Bat the

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