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THOMAS J, HOLTOW,
KDlTOIl k I'HOl'UIKTOil.
Tlic Norlli.f.'arnliiin Whig will hen fiord ed luaiih.
.crilnra t TWO HOU.AIt.S in mUmei ; TWO
DOLLARS AND IIFTV ( K.YI'S ,f ,..y
.i . . -ni 1... rilllVl.' l.i .T I lis!
I ,,,-, .1 until oil arrearage! are paid, txvrpt lit the
oBte.n ol the JiJitor.
Ailvt-rtiat'inents inatrtcd hi lm Iiollar '.'r mjunre
(16 liar le. tin" imi) tyji ) lor lb tlrsl iiikk.
loll, -iii't .i ei'lit hir eaeh eoiitihlialiee, Cetlrtatl.
vcrtintnciiU and KheriO'n 8,ih H ehargt'U ier
I. higlur ; and a lviluetifin i.l'.'t.'lj pi r cmt. will
be made Iroin III" r-guUr prio , li r ndverliwrn hy
.,..Tly4tl wr .Uare l..r cui-ii in,,.. .Sum.
nllilv "i lr uuare lor each time.
niunllily eriila M.r tquare lor each tunc.
STl'ualinaiitf'ra aro autliorixeit to act aa apenta.
From the Yrkvile ( iti x n.
1,11V witiiitit iu riiMiiirig lux ,
T. m rt 1 fir is giv n,
T' tit Hefting of r.ittit.
'I'lit t-tti: tiiu t!ia cf I.runi.
Ailit'iring AnjrU u r.i list- p.
lhitf (ttu'rr iHMiii w-ni touud ;
Aoxiriftj; It lii.if tin rr ll.ty'li be
Miry tn j-utSt urt- .iUd
H. fttfc Uair -til tu tt nil.
Aui (irf ftiiti v clc iiif: rliiliirrn lii'tiif,
In HibM bli 'u pruititt: land.
!! .w f liie .In, r ,f y.ixh mrv cutlrU
fVr ff.iiii iitorlal crv inl riir.
To wlio Hi hint lrui.1.
Th .r lh. r' ph-ll U n I.u t.l rrt
,M"T t!ioB rliu M.it arc I H UlntiJ
With firl ithL rutr tii in ;
Jp.k lr t tin"'.' wli'f'vr ut.nn U fre
W hem tt,i!i uvvtr Ui?.
Antl htn tin r-nl, tiun Ut-lji bark
IimI Crac fwrcVf I" nil,
M r - ltt.it llm-lui j'-rt
I r up itriin tUu t:e,
Tl'te p? lite (!.' of pofrnw rfrf
A'" rttw itli )-iitli urirfru g iiig(
Celebratlin at Klng'i F!ountatn.
Vrvm th ChatUltin Sfaifiilf fJ,
would nol 4 ln-t much to ut that the
oration which had Itc-u proi!.ied for this
oceisiouhad been looked for with Solicitude
tud itit-ret. The same of tho orator so
il!u"5rated in this Statp. Lis own distinction
loth for abilities nd cbupieiice rela
tionship to oii8 of the most distinguished ac
tors iu tba Lloody drama all were assem
bled to commemorate the invc-tigalion he
had been knot ii to hare devoted to th (.'icU
of thin occurrence, but little illustrated by
tuthentie bi-tory had fiiwn io hi. d
dres o iuiporiatiee rrry much tr.Hi.ceiid
itii that to h.ice Let ii accorded to an nra-
tioo upou any ordinary topic of rcvolnti-snnry i
hisitirv. or to inv ordinarv addres. up.ui tl
ful ject. It w hoped thul not only the
facts, but the nentimelit of this pre it act
would find expression, and that by the nl
and genius of the orator, it would be elevst. i
to that higher position in the hi tory of oui
n:olutionary contest to which there is the
f.,liiU that it i fntitled ; inrwasiheix-p-vi.utu-O
itsa j ointed. 'I he orator bad
hi' pilgriilii'jB to this lihrinc of liberty. Ho
bid roamed alone ainoiiii it mountiin
ll ights, and, in-pircd Vy th spirit "f the
plac ud the orsion. he took a tone oi
bearing mid expression which well became
a conception of its moral grandeur.
The meeting a.i called to order by Col.
J. I Wiihcr-poon, to whom, in tl , absi me
of til Lci lli ii'y the tiovernor, had I n
-i'tii d the duties of l're-ident on the oc
fas, on, ihd who ami ounce.l that th'' pro-C-.
cd-iis would be opened with a prayer by
Her. Mr. Adams. After religious ceremo
nies were concluded, the orator of the day,
Col. John S. PreMi, was announced. After
a rup'd raoire of remarks upon the pbi
eal ((rsnib ur of the scene, nnd the historical
event that made it famous ; the course el
eoni iet which had led th rnmiiiander of
the Kii..lish force to the mountain di-triet- of
Noilli Carolina ; the jjuMiri ili' of the clans
fiom the mountain heit.hu of th valley of
W:.tugR, to hie bim toick, the orator
Came on l a description of the great event
we had assembled to eo icmorate, in lan
guage which owed much of its ctfict to the
surrounding circumstances ; but which ci
pressing the author's views of facts, about
which there has been some controversy , and
tciii2 withnl, so distinguished for its force
and hrilHuncy of its delineation,", that we
have thought it nlflicielilly impoitalit to
make of it nearly literal ri port.
"With forced marches this little army
dashed swiftly o.er the mountaiiis, and at
. . . - , . I
thu has struck tho trail of tlic won, ami
marked his course by tho blood spots he
b ft iu bis path, lie lu ard their tr p "
they came clattering down tho mountain
t-ides, and skulked away to bide or entrench
hiiiis! If, At (lilbcrt Tow n, near Itiiiln i ford
Court House, whence Kergnmi had lied,
they stopped tiitht, mil selected about
l.H'tl of their swiftest and strongest men,
ith good horses, to lead the chase ; and
without waiting for daylight, off they prung,
with the speed of the wind. The game was
foot, lt,d to tbe mountain hunter the chase
((rew warm. There Wis no need of leader
or captains then, for each man knew his
work, and meant to do it. They were to
catch Ferguson, or if Cornwnllis came in
heir way, they were to catch him. Swiftly,
but witl, ,f,.rll determination, they kept the
track, turning aside for nothing, save now
'id then to shoot a tory, a a bear hunter
rdiuou raUlei-uake, merely to kill tho ver-
niiii, or keep his rifle from rusting; or if
they found a rascal tkulkinK about, they
stretched liiui up with a grape vine, practis
ing for a subsequent iieceasity. The night lif
ter leaving Gilbert town, ou a eliort halt in
council, the officers selected a chief to
act until tliry hhould rceeive orders from
s . il-t - .. . i
. u '""V rr1
iicuny lu equal iiunihers from ir- j
giuia, Aurtli nnd South Carolina. Each
"""" "' " ,LU r"n,tr "'lin commanded l.y its ,
Z'cT,- I !""r T MCV0W,1 t,V,ll,A,.";;rit'u", 1Icrc t fbc American revolution with juMer priJe
,r L. O I V lrdv'1-'c'"li,a11? V."" ""J01'1 it- poe-r, thau South Carolina. At the very begin
eillier in the Indian w ars or in this etrUL'c o. and CuninU and S.I...1L i, .r.,,....,l .i.. : , ., i . . 0....1 ' T-
A,Ur ' 111 t lhVv- ul,a"""ou
choMi Campbell, of Virginia, to command
in 1 1. ,. . ,,.!. r. 1 1 .. - . .
... it. ..t ..oj. ne a u man in i
Vlgor ot lie ; not quite 40 year of ;
; 'rou;'hly ;
e,;U?fT ,M "V;1 0,:,1.a,i tl.ec.i.,ehe:niiiirtld puu,e( Hbuel.! ami iT,hel up-
ot ,o a.jr, ana uau jon.e.t ., all the c urly j
movtim-nu ol retm.ce. Lut Laving
1H,rc i-uinj voiMicc-uou una property iu cnar'fi was tiieJ. it was toy Jato the
ttiMi'in Virginia, a)id that r.-iou ht'iu Mill ' Uuud of the mouutuiner was up, they rti-h-sul
jt'tt to iimiiii.t hi, perils IV. in the Indians j cd forward to tuwt and n-pu!.tc. aud actu
of 'JViuicbcee and Ki-ntucky. he declined ally to dri v I'Vrunon w thin hi lines
coiu.ioiIy,n.!.r,d him in the content- j Tiii(4 uiaLy ;Le tliKe ;thiot
of county lii-uU-nai.t. In thin he Buee.ed
--..- ..- .lli:.CI UU1 IHIM
ei. Kvaii Shelby, the father of bis aoci:itc
in Lit -x.. ilit... it. lie immediately j-ave
the i ire ot hi, ,inpeiiy and f;iiui!y to a
LuiMiiiiii, a.id deol-d Lin .-i !l to the cause
c ' frei'di.iii. Hi. manlier wa." crave and di
liilied, l,'4 pi rou -thjiii; and jiraecful, and lii
coiiraj.'"' ut the mo t i!aiin' and reckhf. cha
rm t-r; hi- j.uti i.;ii-m ut li..-i. in. ..t tiiouid.
eiiil.u-i;i.tie ami u i n o ti l r n i i -i i n ' . will
i Ib-rcc and relei.lie balivd to iLum:kIh re-
fu-ed to j. in tli put riot, came, and with
all a akiillul, judieioui. and j.rm tieiil officer.
He brought to this expediiion 4"j I iih-ii
IniiinV of tin-id kiimiifii. fi ii-n.U and rn i h.
b-irc of weallh and .o-iii..u i-qunl .i hij own,
and iii'v-l of them of that true S.'.it. h, Iii-h
breed Lu-e father.-had loujl.t for kirk and
coinai.t, and among who-.' ile-eend ants are
the ('my l'.n ioihi ti, Seolt n, Taylor' of
our ilny. It a tin re the merit of the
officer, mid tin inaleiial of his troop bad
iiiiueid hi. j."i.ai.i Mid patriotic Land, to
conlei on laii.l.iil the thief con.inaiid.
J he -.1,1,11 r-cl o.ir i.'t ei 1 ,1-., w, re far above
the ti th and d il id Uioi-c v i.o i-e.-k the bail
He i.f (iil-viiai ( ,. ,', alt'.e ri-k of their
Cuui.tiy k jjood . .si J Hit iby and Sevier,
f ii ' ( d -i j t.ie chit u trie U liiiain.'. and
t i i ...in ?Ulh.uell knew not the bae sen-
I . ..ii hi I li 1 1. .... I.- in ii nr.. .lid r, u..n.
.-v -.i- (
in, tiieycoulii not stoon t recoe-iiue its'
: , t . . . i i . i ... i . .
.-u-u... ..,-, ...u.uuni ocseeratet .elioiy
i mil hi patri .ti-iii on It. Uattie hel ls ' v
peuy inn eoiit. int I u.e personal jealon-i". ;
slid mnv their cu r bore ..r.irils frro.. th.-Ir I
anoo in i.i-m e i iop it"" h -tl.
the neorn and roi.tt-mpt of mankind the'
Iiieail nihiice of that traitor beatt tbiit w.
Iuri. us from oi" wor-hip here. Yes, )y -countrymen,
our oriiu tuns not back into
the dun and misty pa.-t wbi-h makes di mi-:
gods of men, but those daya of which I
peak, which that grey haired iiiiin may'
have Ken, were days of the bt i.'litei-t hero- .
i-ui known in the hi-t jry of man. 1 he-c men .
who-e names 1 have spokeii to you, names i
we bear, Were heroes ot loftier mould, grand-1
rr pi "poi tion-, mind and soul, than cur
Homer Min', or t'nti tho-e who fought at
Thei niopy lu or t'liplme, or those w ho made
a mot, arch swear :,t Runny inede. They were
(i el In roes, Crbting and dying for Him and
His people. Such indeed were the ini-u
who sat in voulMil that niubt, e; I. buhline
jn horse, aid i-ipjat I ing CU the hare
-iick -k il
uii'i. tjinry, (.I-ui, giory I) the
wsrri. r- 1 1 -j id Lexiii'ton touik-
oiiVed out I io'l problem for
human. ty. Will, their ch-i-eii leader ill
fioiit, iuri i nch piiii at the bead i f his own
trooj fii in iu their saddles and filed iu pur
p i-c, daik nnd Mioug as it , away they
L'al.oii l in In t pur-tut. There was a -e.l-
Ii, g I .in t li.iii
, which relelcteil ei ry pie
aM to k-1 p thdr V.eapolis,
, alio they loile
arms. In I Le
an I, -uir for
. M o click the
I In ir rules uii ler i
, tin y M
prov id. d
il. ol I. ill
I a ha if
d al. At
ami the lout"!
s of Fi-rgus-.m s
Tl. V 1 a t. i till
r ii'ioti:. 'he In,"
: camp on I he i
der an order p
an or-ler, i 1 1,
mo-t laconic ami ap-
propi i ate i
i uti-i' r t he cii cum-
i.es,. ot -I " Tie lip
Ii l. -li - -prinii- fre-h
. fi.ht " 1 il'' nili. . is
st ii.- es It
oier coat pi. k t
i'ii be r.-1 ly I -i t
heie li li rieii.i 1 t- di
alteii.pt Io -hi i .' : 1 1.-i ti
ciigac:. .! Ill a i r. it. till.'
l-'eru-oii 10 ( ' . , j 1 1 w ;i 1 1
his ile-j a!. In , 1 1 a '. ;
the lire. In tin m In
i i.ie t heir l-.iiii - aiel
e tin. o nl mm. W I. lie
tiii, al. i vpf i - fr 'lu
is w as ai it'sted, and
.1 old at the head of
said , " 1 a in posti .1
mi the A - .' i M o.irt nin, and all the rebels
out of Hell cannot dl ive li.e from it." 'I l.cie
was no ilisijidir, no shout, when this was
heard, but a glim, ij del sniiie passed along
tiie lank., ami liny struck into a "double
gallop." In twet.ty minutes they were iu
sielit of the lintish camp, on the com; if
the ridee. 'I h. y drtw up along the margin
of that little biook, dismounted and tied
tin ir horses to sw mgiiig limbs. 1 bo or.b r
of attack was huiricdly made, but with a
inilitarv skill and iiidemcut that Could Hot
,e i x eiltd. 'I lie i
take, erevtn a u i
; was not an error, luis
ak ulation of time lioiti
,,se of i,e iiattic. Kaeli
steadily, but rapidly,
line I hese lines ti liduig
e ihe liiilish ciieiiinp-
: u 1 ill
alone ll .. . Heated
lo a i on. moti ceiilr
incnt. A M Itlel III:'
ininciieeu nt once
from the liritish , o th i cel. tie column, com-
mni-.'. 'l 1 S 'nn i-ui and Shelby. In tliisl
ir . .1 ;..
ii;. , vli.eli i.ul. milieu ireim iiiei.-o is... min
utes, Major Cbiiiiiicie was killed. Hut
when Sevier s column on the right pass
ed oi t of the h.-llow at the head of the
brook, the filing commenced in earliest on
both sides. The nui'liitailiccl s proved their
skiil with mo-t .'.adly . licet, actually driv
ing l'ere jsou at the very beginning of the
action to resort to a direct charge. 'Ibis
charge, headed by a company of ISriti.-h re
gulars, w as worth V of the high uame and
fame of that service. It was boldly and
gallantly made, and forced thu :iluol
Lack dowu the mount airs ; but at that mo
ment, Cbtivilund and Williams appeared
on the left and poured into tho charging
columns au awful lire from I he rear, lhu
British turned from pushing on Sevier, I ornma of Southern life unci beauty and pat
wdicelcd and made a terrible dasb at rioti.-in ; and joining with this countless mul
Cleveland and Williams; mid with like cf- titude, assembled in the Ttiountniu forest un
fed, (i riving them buck. Ilefore thcv could
effect a rout, Campbi
arm Mielbv came ud
in lront,tiiud Scviir had rallied, and from i
l..fi. fr.,t ii..,.. . i .1 I
..v..w ... i , .uui.-u Ultuu UK'III. ,
a , tel,li,,g . firo- M ,
wheel ugaiu. This they did in good order,
and having received reinforcements from
within the lines, another the third char.-e, I
iimue ui uircctly at the centre col-
. , - - -j .-..fn...
11 "3 Jfc. but Ok-,U..d bad rallicd-Se-
vier was stjl moving forward and tlmv 1
i - ... j . "'7
poureu hi me mo-t terrihc l.rc on each
flank of the enu,y. The ebnree Monped
ii.-tu.tl, aai Cin.pWi .i.d .Shelby', men, 1
on the en-mj w.th ouU and lmzzaS nup.
ing tLy wore J5ut a fourth
I .... ,..... .... ..,,. ,,.. I ... . A
...... v. ... v.... " I V. ini-i; m .III. HULL I!.
circle of firii beiini.e l the Wolf iu hi btroii '-
hoid. Well di l the Knidish soldier t rove I
bis breeding in this hour of daii.er, and the .
rascal tory saw tout e-cape fiom the
was but ruiihii.g into the grape vino.
repilais with their bayonet-, and the tories
wall their Luiehcr knh.js la-lened to the
muz.l. s of tlu.ir trim-, cbar.e I on this r-los
in' plane with the fierce energy (.f despair.
I II vain. I he 11 io ill, 1. 1 ill h n nl, r ( i. nl .' hut
rapidly loading, and deliberately aiming,
sent a ib atb mes-enger iu every bullet. At
every ui charge th y m jv.-d forward, until
there was one narrowing circ.e of flashing
flame, crackling around tle-ir victims. At
this titii-i the JJiiU.-U cavulrv were ordered ,
to in... jut. It wan the very thing tor ttie A-,
mcrieaii lifl.-, as it i.ii.-ed the mark above
the bu-l.cs, and as each mau threw his le.r
cr his hor-i: he t jiuhb-d dead on the oth- .
er side. 1'urg. r-on, with a gallantry which
seemed to rise n ith his de-perate condition,
rtdu ii oiu rank to rank, and lost to po-t,
eheeriiii', driviiiL' and cne-uruitii' bis men.
until be fjuud bis army pres-cd, actually ,
huddled t-'igetln-r ou the ride, and falling
as fast as the American, could load and
shoot, lie determined on one more despe
rate cLur-'c, and taking his tio-iii in at the i
. . .
cavalry, in a voice
o.id above the din of the battle.
molied Li, IliCa ,., a,h tLt, j
bels into the earth.'' The tumiii jus was
heard by the Americans and one round of
! t heir rifli-s was stoi i.id. and iusi. a l of tin ir
i,. iRaio oi, u, nun oi me.
i. i. .. .1 . i : t
coming death. The i-nu-e was but fur a
luoiiuiit. when I'i iL'u-oti and l'o Puistre.
horse ami tint, Mir
the mountain side.
He an avaianch. u ov. u
y ti.e time t'lcy caini
within sutv pac; :s every
was ! -i Jed
and under deadly aim. I'ergu-oii f' 11 at
the fir-t di-charge, with seventticrt.il wounds.
The patriots rushed forward to meet the
shotk. as I uPoi-tre s r. irulars. with bao-
nets s l in.' sabre.- iu rest, and came crash-
ni down upon thm not Ac ncourt or
Civssv. with allth.ir chiva
h y'ever felt a
J ' ' ,
it, but bad tne
shek more fearful than that
heavins I li e ti rained Jinti.-li hayoncts it yotni me .-iau, ou me oue .';.', aim i ick
could not have stepped those patriots. The ens on the other; Cornwall- hoping "to
de-tinies of America perhaps of mankind extinguish the rebelliou " by a system of
liep-n.lcu on their muscle. Like martyrs, 'impiisonmciit. confiscation and hanging ; the
. , ........ .
they went to the death like limn, thcv
rushed to the carnai;, officer and soldier
half naked with blood tnot ces and par
ciicd tongues poiiuced unou the charim;
enemy, until their hot breath and Heree
e-.ai.' " H
n sc. n nnd feit by th- craven torv
and li'n bull dog master
croiicheil, gathering lur the
Wild tetror stlii.ell shliek 1
ioar a yell for mciey
run up, and tie.i s chait
a white (lag was
-ions shouted vic-
tory, lil. city."
Cotielu img this vivid description of the
combat the ol ator proceeded to expose the
bistoiieal iiiiportancc nnd results of the c-
ciit, hut iu consideration of the irreat b iiL'th
.... . . . ' .
to which the ail'lress was necessarily extern!.
i d bv the iuiuortaiit objects which forced
theinsclves upon all' titiou, and the fact that
hums: bet n placed in the hands of the
('otniiiitt. e of Arrangement, it w ill sjon 1.0
jjivi ti in ixt.nbd form before the public,
we are c-instr lined to forego our inclination
to a more comp'vheii-ive report. It was
n c.ived at i ur si. p of it- ( roeress, how-nii-,
wilh enthusiastic applause, and it
would be but simple justice to add, that it
ni- fully up I ) the occa-i HI.
At the ennclu-ioii of the a. hires, which
was honored by a saiato from the nrtiln ly,
and prolonged and ri iterated cheers fiom
tbe ill. no Use i oneoiir-c of people, ( , J. 11.
S itlicl'-po-ili, the President of the day arose,
and mentioning that the occa-iou had been
taioic.l by the attendance of one of the
most ilistinoiiishcd histoiiatis our rout, try
had ever known, proposed the following
sentiment ' II. ui. George li.iiicr-ik i the
Patriot, the Statesman, the truthful and im
partial aiiiiaHist ; his presence am-iiii:-! us
Uisepa'ahlv 1 1 ii K si his lame wun iik1 ineiuo-
links liis lame with the memo
's Mountain, We bid liiui wcl-
lies ol Kin "' Mountain, We bid liiui wcl-
This sentiment, find the information it
conveyed was received with many demon-
stralioiis of n'o isure. and Mr. lhu:. raft, wi
some little embarrassment, but with evident
interest in the occasion, appeared upon the
stand. He was thin, but without the up-
of ill hoi.ltli. and thniiL'h his head
I ... . . ' , .. . i
hie silvered." and he had iiiiitc tl:
slivered, i ami he lunl quite the
appearance of a student, he stood remark -
ably l in t and spoke with a voice as clear
in enunciation and distinct in utterance as
would have become tho vigorous and prac-
.i . ... ' r: i...
Used orator, from tne icnor in ins it-nidi ns,
which wc have been at pains to report will.
accuracy it will be seen that he wasani -
aicuia.y, u : . ... .. ,
lliateil IlV IIO UnnecoilllllL' S.ll il eii ei....t..,e
cciicy, no over-w inning soiiciiu.ie m pieuse,
but only by aju-t perception of the great
. ' r 1 I I -II .1 .... ..
I! ...1. ..I... .
llsioric liuiuseii "i..'ii ue -
to apeak. Ho said 1
" The president of the day asst'sns me a
few minute to express to you my sincere
delight in being a witness of this great pau-
dcr the shadow of the buttle ground, and
animated by the spirit oi the heroes, whose 1
virtues they are gathered to commemorate, !
T ,..... ..... ..1.1 .... i...
-uin! niliuuy tun iiui, w bumjv: imii, I'll.
fctruetion from the eloquent lips of your dis- '
tinguished orator ; to enkindle my own love '
of country fcy the firc qf our ei.t':,uia.-,m. :
No State miv clel,r.4te the .rrnaf. (.v.,.,fa '
,jj ,, lIIU tu'u!ciR 111 oouiu Carolina
ttas the. Ort to adhere to a general union ;
.) mw, ;.; , ,l,t H r ,1 , ;, - I .
toiler It la Uuo tlliit the colonlei then
met in Coiwres .'b.ii ?a 1?
i'ii 'a In I, a tyruni-
CB Bnveri.wii Cnl-a.3'! I,v th A tor. I
mrcof M.nrv.tion to crush ISo-ton into sub- i
nation. Hrnh Curolina opoiii licr erann-
ri(!S of rice aw 1Jliui.tcrea abundantly to
Ju riJirf. While the hods of Scottish Cove-
uauteiH iu Mecklenburg were the fir.-t to
never the connection with (ireat Britain,
and institute povernmciit for theinseWes,
the immediate harbinger of the great reform
ro--e wiihin the borders of this State; the
victory gained at the Palmetto l-'ort by
.Moultrie wan the bright and the morning
Mar, which went befort: the Declaration of
American Independence. Wherever the
camp-tire of the emiirnnt shall li,.ht up the
forests of the Vcst, wherever the history of
our country is boucstly told ; wherever the
stru'elcs of Lr.ive men in the cause of hu
manity are re-pected, hiah honor will be
tendered to the triumph at Kiii.fi Mountain
and at Cowpeu'f, and tu that sad victory at
. 1 ' . . -.
Kutaw Sprinirs. when the voice of exultation
is chasteued by Kurrow fur the brave who
For the North to take an
pp I e I. r.'i I . on is lint fin up! of r.,.,ii,t i.-.tv
Kverv where iu n,v !,, r,il-riiiia,.e to ,r
J - - J - rz r--c -r
prcit lit wit u you on tl.i.s occasion,
with vou on ILL, occasion. I found
evidence of the uHcclioii with which the
.South cherishes the memory of every noble
action iu bei'.aifof liberty, without regard
to place 1
Ueai.tii.il irgima, land ot inouii-
tains and lowlands, rich in its soil, abound-
ing in healing springs, and the Moreuouae
ol all kinds of mineral wcnl'h, builds a Lex -
iin'ton in the very hear; of her most ma-'-
nilieeiit valley ; North Caroline, repeats the
liame in one of the loveliest regions in the
world ; and South Carolina designates by it
the great central district of her State.
There is a Mill "troiiirer reason why the
.North thoulu give you iu eympatliy on this
occasion. She scut you no aid in the hour;
f Villir irrentesl. liee.I ff IS ! l.lt..i it tl.ii-.s-
J b - i -' v""".-i
to yivc even a cup of cold water in a riL-ht
spirit it was not then no.
to give even
that. All honor mi'sthei
l h nrj
rJ'H In t !;.
mil since she
it,.. I,n. .f iSi.r ntmo.-t ilUtresn.
1'he romance of the Amcrieau lievo.ution
has its scenes for the most part 111 the
South: auJ the battle ol 1
of which we celebrate the seventy-fifth au-
nivcrsary to-day, was the most romantic of
achievement wai opportune.
- -. .
rican army for the South was routed
J ,. .
dtsper.-;ed ; Charleston was in the pow-
A me i
' and di-
cr of the Piioint ; the govertituent scattered ;
the enemy; the government scattered;
a:ier currency nil but worthless Gads-
the paper currency nil but worthless Gads-
den a prisoner, doomed to the duiiL'COIls of
, ' ' . . . . ,
.St. August.ne; cumtcr forced to retire be -
... 1 ....... ... . I - -1 1 To.' 1.
; lintish , Minister promising hun -elf, that fe
f ore winter the whoie country .Viutli ot
the I'.-lawaro woulJ he suhi. -ct.il. J he
ireiiius of liberty never bov.s his l.end iu
ile-pair ; but there was cause tor ahxi ty
the faultless partizan, the lion heartd Mari- j
on, stool alone in his impenetrable fastness-,
ea as the sentinel of Carolina. !
Such was the almost hopeless di-tr - ss, of
which the tidings penetrated the hardy
dwellers on the Watauga, the N-jliiebueky,
and the three forks of Ilol-tm. All the
difficulties which flood in their way could
not make tl'i iu hesitate. Tin v h id distance
I to overcome in colleetincr tluir forces, but
; sw lit runners hurricit up the valley ; they
i i i . . .i. i:i. . i- . i . in..
, liau to cross me uignesi, r.-ngc 01 uie .viie-
w here there was not so much as a
I bridle joith ; they could drive no beeves,
: but must tUpcm! mainly on parched corn
for their su-tenauce ; incetimr fiom remote
district.-, they bad to or-ini.e themselves
i ou tin- instant for action witii unity.
! The movement commends it-elf still more
; to our admiration as a voluntary act of pat
i riotisui. It was p' limed bv no Congress
it w is onlereu py no r.ieculive. All that
is Lest, springs from the heart, and the ex
pedition to Kine's Mountain hp ran' from
the heart of the common jiecple west of the
Alleghaiiies. They wee cheered by no
martial iiiu-ie, as your orator has truly ob -
served ; thcv liael no gilek'd l.anncrs, no
nodding pluims; they were Soutluin farm
ers in their every day dress, come to exer
cise, tlioueh iu a most signal manner, their
every-day courage and love of country and
1 he dangers winch they enciiititercil were
tho-e from which the bravest uiielit shrink.'
io vou n.i.m i ic.ei .u me .uei n..n .... i
ii. . i ...i'. ... t i.. 1....
attaikcd an enemy superior m numbers and
still more in the I'liihit.'Uis) of war, posted on
1 yonder height which you sec is precipitous-
and bri-tlino with the idaty lock
teh crops out all alone its spies ami ,-um-
' mil ? No. Those things had for them
. terror. ! t their departure, they knew,
was the signal for British emissaries to ex-
; cite hordes ot worthless savages to hunt
: . . 1 1
their nomcs ami iiiumer mcir wncs ami
; childre n. Lvcry hreeze from the o-t
might seem to bring to their ears the echo
! of the Indian's war-w hoop, the dying greiaus
' of those they loved best. This w as the fear
..i.:..t. .1 i..j e. .....i in.,.... f.s.si
moi ui.-j ......... v .. . .ws-..
. Let us rejoice, the, that the success of
'the men chaired at King'a Mountain was,
i , ., j ;, , , ,-uh
ns.o.v e.. --vs. .., , -
I' . . o l.nn,., Ami .1 ta noil.
mi- 1111115 us ...o. Ja e,,..,. ... .. ..
"ciicd for the numbers engaged ; the dis-,
I I .1 .I..- .C .1... , .., .. I'm... tlfr niLnnti.
. j - , . .
L'eous Mtuatiou was " cuual to rlnvmg me
from sloney breastworks ;" the vieor of
their resistaiioe ia proved hy the ir holding
out, ' till every third man -among them was
wounded or flair j and of all the III itisb. hood has perhaps burned brightly, it would
force which nasi to have formed the central 'lie tli' sentiment which tuts ju-t hecti ulter
point of Lrili-h power in the back country, ml. It touches the -jlij- cts which are dear-
anu which rci-'gusoti had co'iiineiided to
luruwallia. lor in courage and al. litv. not
more than twenty, perhaps not even one of
.1... :. . . r i
. 1. 1. rui M . Ul A e. s I a 1 Ii: U C II I'll VII V.
,1 l0( ;u i.,, the
continence, of the victory mu-t be calL-d
o mind. It struck dismay into the tories
and checked the concerted v.,.i of l,oue-
fjurn.nir ml U
oiiieslic cnruaL'C which was
filling Carolina with the tieadlie-t horrors of
civil war; it was ' the turning point " of vie-
tory which chrcred on Sumter, mid Col.
a.shintou uml .Moi-oan to their mi-cesses .
and cuabl.id Crccue to collect an army it
was the " fatal" blow which utterly di-eon.
'M ,lie l'.uus of (.Vii-.Tal!:-,
Inch hud its
Ult0 chuugc of policy vv
end at YorVv iile. The men of that day
fought, not for Carolina, not for the South ;
il,..., e. i.. c... : .i i
they fought for America and for humanity,
ana the ultimate effects ot their heroism
cannot jot lie measured. The States are
bound together by commerce, and dove-tail-iled
by cnriaN, and rivers, and railroads;
but the recollection of the crowded hours of
this glorious action of our fathers speaks to
the heart, and makes us feel, more than all
the rest, that we are one people. I ' j'Onthe announcement of this sentiment,
Let the Laltle ground before us be left no loud call was made for T. V. Simons, jun
longer as priiatu property ; let it be made ior, who was one of the detachment Iroin
the inheritance of the people, that i-, of all '"is compare, but iu consideration ol the
who are heirs to the bent tits that were i;ain- lute:, ess of tin: hour he declined rc-pomling.
ud outhe day which we commemorate. Let- Mr. , of North Carolina, advanced
a luotitiuit.-iit rise upon its peak as a memo- loth.; front ..('the stage and propo-cl asei.ti
rial of the lieroi.Mii of our fathers as an men, to tlic two orators, llaneroit and Hunk-
! l'vidtm''' of ,IC rit!i' of " '' he
.I...wl.. ti.... ..,.u... t .l l:i .. ..
I u,'l'a'i ,llat weru Ul0IL' PrloruicU hnl us cv-
Tr ""''I our. loVc ol t,oul'!r)- tbe pass.
ion for freedom flow forth pcrenniuliv. like
interest in your!'1"3 f,jU"l;,is bat gush in crystal "purity
of recinrueitv I'10"1 )our hill tides ; let the L'.MON stand
1?ific Jour ow 'ui'tin-
tthieh the ('eolo-
.11 .1 l. l .
WH us ulu " urmvzi iu
At the closeof the address by Mr. Brau-
1 eroft. lln 1'rcsnle
nt of the Jay announced
that a dinuer was
in preparation, to which
all were invited, but in the meantime that
tlic meeting would join iu the formal pro-
1 cccdiugs proper on the occasion, and that
! the rc'ul.ir toasts would he i.rntm.rrl and
the regular toasts would be proposed ; and
upoii appointment to that end, I'M ward
Moore, K.-rp, appeared at the stand and read
the follow iug, w hich were received with
hearty applause :
1st. llattle uf A"i yjiuntnin: The Turning
. Pon.t of Hie Kevuiutinu. Ii proved
tu be ti.e
J pelm nt American Liberty
1 1 '-... . ... L l. IV: .1. ..
.1. i ,ic . in um -l Jlilll, .nun null It . II 1 1 .1 isjltl r-
tan inl.i'i.i.lity, l.urih.n l.aidiliou,!, and a patriotic
valor, lee.i.iarly AiiKriean, tiny r.ij.pli'o with
the enemy lure and eoiiqneriiu, A iichuinei.t
Ml, ii ,1.1 i.ir.M In- t.. lit. .,,,... I-
Cl I t!?.
3J. '7n''ni'i Nirh Ciutninii and Suth ( ai fiUna :
firmly ani''ii in tin: ila s ul" IT-'". .AI , y thrv
ever be foiin.., iut: bv siile, Ljttiine; in defence ol'
Iheir coiistnutis-u-l lights ami liberties ugaiiist a
common t..- ,:.
.,.'' ' ., ..',' ,;'... i'-.si m.'
tver shril.k iriuii th,
, items liiiaii. i.ii.-iiee. jvtu.iw No! hi nglslu it li the sv-t.uu ,tie inati-
: . 5th. lol-nrU famuli, Setirr, Cl.rr ,,J, Iftyv. . ...:,. . ,..: ot' ' r,01).
. t .
'? "'" )" Ci-';"
tlieir iicluevei.icllt al hire s IMuuutalii, ilk the 6Ul.
,Jcrl of i(. ljril,i,t,.st
(ith, (ol. Jam-n Wdlwmt faruUui'$
frrine on tfir thrint of lUrJu wiuuy
(ith, ( u. J,imt H ihums Carwinn't nMci of.
frrine on the thrtnt of lurju wmny .uu.os;
l '" "'"""' be etern.lly etigraviii
heaits el ins cmiiilrvii.cn,
( 7lil Vlt v,m,J ,,elK Walton.-
and revi.liitiul.s clu never cant a uli
,n it hi
tlh. P'liim Pe Kail : A nalif.n tic .tojres ti.e
n.ciuurv ul li.e ilii.,litiir.i'iiic t true per ' t tic will
llif n,.rliT in lln- e-,u-ci,l huiieo. lii.' rty.
lull. M'lnint, Sumt r, Mtivne, iicktii uml ,V--i-
.M.iv ti,.ir et.iv.iirl' iiii.i love ot' K.-untrv be
iver iii.ili.ieil l.v I 1,1' sm.s of I' liiiel to St te.
lotii. Jnhii (.'. Cat.'uim : lis II.I1IU', lin cl.ir.
ai ter ami his iiiictii art bis trui st .on! h.hest
litti. Thr I'rrsiJml ' I'o- f 'm.'frf Statin: The
fiiitlisii! t i euli.r anil clemlcr .1' the Cimst.tu
tion ; he di serves the ertiluoe :ii.ii supjiert ul' tlic
gth. Tie (),lur of the )r;y: Ti.e Ki:'id i:e.
scciuliiiil nt' lie ir ,ll.o,l t'..ii-.!'!it II 1 his il ii-iH-nc'
t,,.iiay w.irins cur he. iris Willi ;eitrt.-tic lire, :-s
diii toe th ti iiiterin u t-.iK-s ot ins uii.-i slur inspirit
his f'oll.twers "j years ;,o on tais i.pot.
lltth, W'omfn: The hist, yrcitt-Ml auJ clear, st
tjilt cil'llou Io lllllll.
.Vftcrthe reading of the regular toasts, Mr.
q mi yy Klton rncsented to the audietiee a
I ' i .
. -f, w ,, tlio followiii" words : " 1 hoi
! ,v hall,, c.lWv.ci.izcti.s. one of the rifles
which, with the true aim and steady nerve
of the hardy backwoodsmnn, dealt" death
J . ....
and instruction t
the he upon the heiiiht
of Kine's Mountain,
liam Whitii, a native
who si-vd en the day
mie ;.i cH.t.
l.acey's coinpatiy, attached to
liaiiis'c-miiiiand. In the care of I
of tne fallionti Guards, thest
.mis this mo-t welcome contriiiutioii to th
fe.-iivities of tl;
for thcidd Kiile.'
i Following this, Col. J'restrtn handed to
' him the sword of William Campl cil, which
immcd iatcly preseiited iu words to the
owinj purport. Here, too, fellow. citi
zens, is an.ithcr nolle old relic the trusty
blade whie II, at the Id Iding of the brave
William Camp! ell, leaped from the ecab
bard Cr-t upou yonder lieisiht Let us give
to it a hearty, cueciiii:
that if eier the sword
reception, and hope
must be' uii-heathi d
in defence of American honor and South
ern right, it may be returned to the scab
bard as pure and un-ul'iii.' 1 as this, the leg
; acy of his honored posterity."
! Him, lli.'iiom C'jmji'.iU I'lrit-m: Kckiinllfil in
, tile e. r.illJ.soll, has. i.e. II tl'., U.-H.I t te il hi Us the
sjiirit v. Iiich ejcimeil ill tlic sword of lie t;r-li,:-soe.
S in i t- we have assiinhU .1 to honor ti.e ji.t
rii. tic lice. Is i.t' the tine upon the toiltle lie lo, hi
ins nut fire t the st ,t- sinansliii aim li-.iiiu-i-'
which line llirinvn a h.,io ot" in.ieri.sli.i!ie gi.nv
'aroun.l the oilier. In Ihe I'ulli.isii ol ae as in
' the pri.lt- it ii el sla-iirlli -il' iii:ii,I,oi,i:, S.-utli I'aruli
na tlehijiit lo no h i in reverence,
Wbeii the reading of this sentiiu. i.t an !
the cheers which it oeca-ioued were ended,
I mi Hiiml and feeble eriiticinaii was mcii
"'akuig his way U the. d lh ,
once possessed a iu.i.m.c I... inc. but .
' WcU wasto.1, Ins hair was white, and
, ( I- - , I
."CII n i . .. .uv . ....
walked with ditli.'ulty. This
is left of Colonel William C.
was all that
Pre-', n, die
f .1,., ,.i ieel ni it ll
in v. .u.. i,,v. 1 ......... .
has ever known. He said : "If any tiling
could now relume the
which, at times iu my
rmhcri. of a life
youth aud uian-
m to me. It no nt-
lien aimmite.l Li- ul.ni I it i. .... I 1.
d h;ts Lei-u elevated id.i.-tts'of ambition
' " ai.ee-iry, w no-e memory lias
been mo-t loudly ciieri-hed, and here in
tlie-o scene-, of j.i iu.eval erani.eur, and up
on a ,-p. wilh which it has bi-.-n the fortune
of tijnt auc-i; try to be a-socialed, it e .nies
upon me uitli cKfecial furee: hm IM e .,.1,1
,.--euk," l,c said, "lean -j.eak no l-im-er,
, d if cxen-e be ineded I would (ippenl to'
tliis," (rai.-in up hi.- cruclh) " and io this "
: (my up: his hand upon locks as white as
i miow) " yet slill my heart," ( layiriL' his hand
uioi l.isbiea-t . hut the i.l. n-l.ei- it
hiay have l een, could find no utterance, the
tears trii-Mn iiowiv now ui.n miuv m t..i.i...,
-mid bowing low to the audience, who were
neoicely less allecled, he resumed his neat. I
Jvt.n .. Mil.tr, r.tti. 7Viif U'us'iiM'fun 1a
In!nty: 'J'i . ut.rl! y r. ,r. si nh. Ii m s nl n
n.,u i,a..,e. 'J'I c th.y nl ( i.l. U'ai,iiir.u, I....I
fc.vt-j i,i lr.u.i-il. at i:ul,,w Mi.i ('i,uui,s, i.,.s
I..-. H ciin-inill, u n n s-eeuli 'i Irnsl Io lie n k (in,
n nil vve ran have little livr- ih.t in li.e .hsel. ,rj;e
ol' I'ns i.i'i uilty Ih. y w ill h.ll to ii-t- the
I..., hi oi ti.o-e rn.t eei-iiH, i.m! i.ln, nl. I tlic eriM
tHM.t that tl.ev will tl.il to in lUiiti r t leni.
cr's Hill, 1'ieston and Kite's Mountain.
Sm.cKlNn .MtlUiEU. On last Saturday
liiirht a man by the name of IiHAli.l.v, win
liiui liercil with an axe hy a Mr. Williams,
ill oat -I miles above this place. It appears,
that the parties were North Carolina wag-onci-i,
Iravelliii to-iethcr ; that Williams
had Leen drinking for several day ; that on
the e vermin of the occurrence be and decease-d,
with a son of his and two of deceas
ed'. were encamped together; that Wit..
LlAMs ro-e iu the night and, while liii.wt.KV
was sleeping, clove his i, ad asunder ill two
places; and that bo then fled and made his
wCNfC, It, is suppo.-ed that ho was. iu a fit.
of 1 1 nil hi t' cini us,
A Coroners Inquest was held over the
tidy billn.KsJ. l'.vriiiUso.N, Ks. , an J a
virditi returned iu accordance with tl.e-e
fiic'.-.. .Mr. Williams In- l,e. n arr.-ted ,n.d
lodii.-d ill V'ol'k Jail. Mr. Ii!!AI'l.t:v is sai l
a man of nn.eh ri-sjiectal ility, ol Mc-
Ik., ii .. , .. i.,..,. i, i,:1. i,,r r:1 ,;..
l'( 1.IT.'A I. MtETIMiS on Si npav. The
New Jork Ji-nj li .ok states that on Sum
e I ...t ii It. -i. I,,, ...t.l.,. ens noil In
tji t, ... th Mtect in that citv i-onii.oscd
I . u.ans. wlictlie- ltom:iuci.tli...ies or
U not stated, ami miniates that it' there
- any lliiiiL' which will give an impulse to
,u. 1 U II nil - OlIO II I.O 'J'J. .., I
ulation iu-it upon desccratinc some" of
, tnaiie.ii iu.ist u.,jii ucse. i oint yi
i most clierished institutions, none of vv
was rewarded with more favor by the fo.in
iiOrs of this llepulilic than tic sacreiii.e-s nf
the Sabbath. This day is hallowed in the
n ine-litbrauce of every American a the one
upon which bisrevolutionary fat lieis earnest
ly sou d.t the favor and protection of Heav
en in their momentous stru.'ele, and the
Father of bis Country always set the most
ili"liij;:uislied example of reverence for its
hallowed, bouts. Even now its sanctity is
seldom ui-rogarded, and then only by bunds
of f.jieieuers, vlio an- equally opposed to
nil ouroth'-r in-titutious. Is it not time
tliuir iiillueiice was checked?
Itot.i.iN.i Wheat in (j l ano. Some years
nno. it was tlo'igbt that if grain came in eon
tact w itb sitaiio, its germinal power was gone.
The gruaiio therefore isreipiired to be plough
ed in or planted separately, and attcrivards
the s heat or corn put less decp'y into the
, so as to Keep a layer ot earth oc-
Ween tncui. lias pica ami cu-tom liave
..I...,,, u .ii- until n.sie n .reonf tl-fiT.V l-iriners
al'e roll"l!-' ,iu'"' w''i" V'"3"-' -"''"-
'"S- 4 "'.v. ''-'". dm ... Pia-tcr. 1 he
"I'''"'"1 " tj uave succeeded admi-
ii, .s.sii,,f..i.nw,e nl iiiii,, i 111. l-i-'fthO
- i"; .' v. ..
,t was borne by Wil- i very general tins ia, . iv ...it:'.' re,, Hires
of Chester strict,'1"111'.'"1 iiv u:,."', ' . yi'm ;'
"'uly- " "' r ' ul l,re
""u f;"." : ,
ciitirei heiietit ot all the t-uaiio put into the
earth - I V.. inui ta I i. rii.x Sentinel.
j Ve- UMAHV 1'IK'IITS t'K At TIKlKSIItr IN
(the I sitkii Status. A statement of the
' incomes of successful authors iu this country
: from the sales of theirelis . srnctly re
1 turned, would form au interesting chapter
' of litiT'iry statistics. Ueteiritig to llii- .sub
ject the Aiiioridtti I'uli'.i.-lie r '. Circular says :
j " We were casually informed by a lio-tou
publisher (Mr. Little, of Little, iiiowu tV
t'o ,) that their bou-e could show receipts
j fir money pai l for copyrights to the amount
i of half a million of dollars, of w hich one liiiu
' dre.l thousand w as .aid to a single family,
! which still retains the eopyiight. Many oth-
er publishing houses can ipi t jin.ilar doc
! utuctits, and tlo-y would be ot considerable
' inlere-st to i hose wl -i have contended that
'gfiiiii-5, with n. is left t struggle and Ian-
gui-ii without recompense'."
nioii-i its ii. t
YrniTAM.Ks. 1 nioni: tiie
l..tticit.ii al . xhibiti.ui in
New Yerk 1 i:y arc a
ti. ,1: : v li.l.t I. . t ii 1 in
I . ;i 1 U 1 11 1.. :i -11 11 1
mi, ti i.c ', a --
r c ;
from Stanford, t t
a yi How I'ii 1, ch
1-ii.ht feed arvutid
1 1,1 . in
l. el 'te el
1 beet tl
I t V II. C
Sai t ov Hoits. 11-. Id. rs rfl-se-in K.u
tiiiky f.ir peeking aie very -nil', at high fig
ures." aiil the l.o li-villc Couri.T heals of
-ales iu Dativ il'.e, V 'Vie county, of between
.i,Ot It and tl.tUH' hous at ceiit.s gross.
This is 11)1111! to t'i cuts md at the pens
Some -vnm hogs, for packing, recently sold
at St. L-uis at " to "i ccuts.
KUITOKS M1KA.MING ON WliDDINO
A bachelor editor out West, who had re
ceived frmn the fair h.ind of a Snide a piece
of elegant weiidin cake to dream on, thus
gives the result of his experience :
We put it under the head of our pillow,
shut our eves sweetly as an infant, and bless
ci with an easy con-cience, soon snored pro
d igiou-ly. The god of dreams gently touch
cl us, and lo ! in fancy we were married 5
Never w as a little editor so happy. It was
" my love," dearest ". siveet.es'," ringing in
our ears every moment. 'h '. that the dream
hud broken off here. J!ut no, some evil ge
nius put it into the head of our ducky to have
pudding for dinner to please her lord.
In a hungry dream we sat dowu to din
lit. Well, the puddiug momeut arrived,
U ill. a l.UI. .111.1. (,,.1,-J... ll:fr,ui. ., tf.i...
the plate, before us.
" My dear," taid e fondly, " did you,
" Yes, love, ain't it nice !''
" Glorious the Lett bread pudding I ever
tasted in my iife.'
'' I'luiii pudding, ducky," suggested my
w i fc.
"I), no, dearest, bread pudding. I al
ways was fond of cm.'
"(.'all that bread pudding !" exclaimed
my wile, while her lips slightly curled with
" I'i i t .-ii uly , my dear reckon I've had
enoiiidi at the Sherwood House to Jinowr
bread pudding, my love, by all means.''
" Il l-band ibis is really too bad plum
pudding is twice as hard lo make as bread
pud. iing, and is more expensive, and is a
great deal belter. I say this is plum pud
ding, sir,'1 ami my pretty wife's brow flush
ed with excitement.
" My love, my sweet, my dear love," ex
claimed we, soothingly, " do not get angry,
1 iu sure its very good, if it is bread pud-
" You mean, low wretch," fiercely replied
my wile iu a higher tone, " you know it's
' I In n, iiia'um, it is so meanly put togeth
er, and so badly burned, that the devil him
eeif wouldn't know it. I tell you, ma'am,
most distinctly and emphatically, and I will
tint be contradicted, that it is bread pudding
and the meanest kind at that.
" It is plum pudding," shrieked my wife,
as sin- burled a glass of claret in my face,
the class itself tapping the claret from my
' lire ad pudding !' gasped we, pluck to
the la-t, and gra-ping a roasted chickeu by
the hit !eL-.
' Plum pudding'." roc above the dio, ai
I had a di-tinet perception of feeling two
nI'iVtWpft.W ."'ft'e'lc'fi&iiea in a rage
as the chicken left my hand, ancf flying witb
httift win;; across the table, lauded iu mad
am s bosom
" I'luiu pudding''' resounded the war ery
from the enemy, as the gravy dish took us
where we had been deposhiiic; the first pint
of our dinner, and a plate of beets landed
upon our white vest.
" liread pudding forever !" idioufeJ we, in
defiance, dodging the soup tureen, and fal
line beneath its contents.
"1'iiim pudding!1' yelled the amiable
spou-e, as noticing our mi-fortune, she de
ti i uiiiied to keep us dowu by piling upon
our head the dishes wilh no genteel hand.
1 ben in rapid succession followed the war
cries. Plum pudding '." she shrieked with
Hread pudding;" in smothered tone",
CMtne up from thu pile in reply. Then it
was 'p'um pudding ' iu rapid succession, the
la-t cry growing feebler, till just as 1 can
distinctly recollect, it bad grown to a whis
per. ' I'luni pudding !' resounded like thun
' der, followed by a tremendeotis crash, as uiy
'wifcleajH'd upon the pile wilh her dclicatu
fci't, .ni l commenced jumping tip and down
whin, thank Heaven, we awoke, and thus
savcj our life. We shall never dream on
wrihlim: cake :aiu that.; the moral.
! KANSAS EI.KCTION.
St. Luims, October 3 We have Kansas
dates to the "d instant, llelurus from three
coiinlics show a heavy vote for Whitefield,
pn. -slave ry, for Congress. The Shawnee
Indians supported the pro-slavery ticket.
Tbe vi:ti re vote of Jefferson county was
given for Whitefield. Iu Leavenworth coun
ty. Whit.-lield had jut!, and Keeder ami. At
Wiilcirt- Springs, one hundred votes wer
polled all for pro-slavery candidates. Gov
ei ii r Siiaiinon voted the pro-slavery ticket.
There was no fighting or tumult at the polls,
, the fice toilers generally not voting.
A Sp om WniTEi'lEl.l). Heretic English
journals mention that a young preacher of
tin- Methodist church is creating as much
excitement as Irving and Whitefield did in
their day. The Loudou correspondent of
the New Yoik Times says : "llis name i
Spurcen, ami be can scarcely have reached
his U.'d or '-''Id year, 1 should think, llis
el,i."U. -nee is extraordinary. It overwhelms
vou with its force and brilliancy ; and his
voice has the characteristics which Whit
field's is said to have possessed a ringing
tone, and capable of being beard by au as
seuihiiiee of ten thousand persons."
Milk now perform other offices besides
the production of butter aud cheese, and
tho tluoiiiu tea. It bins made its way in
to thcte x'ile fabrics, and has become a ini
tial 1" adjui.ct in the hands of the Cilico
printer : nd the woolen manufacture'. In
th.' cia-s of pigment printing work, which is
imlt el a species of printiiiL', the colors are
' ii-1 011 the lace of the oeieid. in all insoluble
condition, so as to ejve a full, brilliant ap
pearance. As a vehicle for effecting the
pi n i-s of d. or iiion, the invaluable albu
men obtained from eirjrs was always used,
but now milk is substituted.
A COOP ( INK'.
An editor ut west says tint the ladies
near corsets from a feeling of instinct, hav
ing a natural Live of b. inu' squeezed.
Ye won't give the fellow'- name.