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"Libertas, Constituto, Et Nostra Patria."
Editors: H.H. Meals, W.W.B. Crawford, <1845>.
Publishers: R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge, 1843; Dominge & Bosworth, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge & Co., 1843; Dominge, Bosworth & Wyman, 1844; R.A. Dominge & J.L. Wyman, 1844-1845; J.F. Bosworth & J.L. Wyman, <1845>; Wyman & Wilson, <1850>; J.L. Wyman, <1853-1856>.
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Commercial advertiser
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048473/00158
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Title: Commercial advertiser
Uniform Title: Commercial advertiser (Apalachicola, Fla. 1843)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge
Place of Publication: Apalachicola <Fla.>
Creation Date: May 11, 1859
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Apalachicola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Franklin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Franklin -- Apalachicola
Coordinates: 29.725278 x -84.9925 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began on Feb. 4, 1843.
General Note: "Libertas, Constituto, Et Nostra Patria."
General Note: Editors: H.H. Meals, W.W.B. Crawford, <1845>.
General Note: Publishers: R.J. Young & R.A. Dominge, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge, 1843; Dominge & Bosworth, 1843; Raymond A. Dominge & Co., 1843; Dominge, Bosworth & Wyman, 1844; R.A. Dominge & J.L. Wyman, 1844-1845; J.F. Bosworth & J.L. Wyman, <1845>; Wyman & Wilson, <1850>; J.L. Wyman, <1853-1856>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 25, 1843).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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i. eli nllca lls

'lie Three Gifts.

of my good gifts d~hal I wgi. ;
rth-asked one cf her sons."
'Ive me gold." f
Go then, and dig. aind- thou shalt find
lgold, find what thou seekest thou shalt be
like." c
So, the laborer told, and treasures of o
gold' opened to him whetrever ho struck 'c
oa Trc e bought at his Spade into the ground. GoldcG ceiling (
ontgorn Ala. rose al.)ove him, supported by golden pil-
AI !. .o(, Ga. .. ... mid-rs, tih t.v-,'su al--i +um b le.nd 1
Sx lnage, Ta. dazzled n1et ringed ill the glowing shiad- t
t ,-.5- d azzl e de i
It-e others, lt TIen1., to all tte above ow of his palace walls. But upon the seek-
e.d to conduct 'ae ..i e 'gPf gold there was a c nrse. Its dust was
,t and awt iaconl, Ga., TRlnc 1cu i S-TI ,:rs canl 1We .
i he ore bo ght to ,Oixville. inn., and from thence to in his eys, and its hardness in his heart.--
transferre(i aI of the Northern cities. ie was but a blind, metalie statue in his t
ri., Aeturning. through tickets can be had in all own palace, for he became .like what he
&CO. tp cities named above. loved.
.it g rs rThis route is now in successflill- 1,,r-atimon lo d. "
a rs' "and for good roads, salhbrious oliaut.e i eaut. "Wh at shall I give thee.from my stores?
hill scenery and fine eating, houses, is.not Sur- .sau Earth to another of he sons.
VooD, passed by any line of railroads in the Unioh. Give t0ie eflowes." -
ademy P'rice same as viecompeting route.. .O 4.o Go, theii, -plant and sow, and flower
'A of.- Ger Ticke lAget; o shal spring' p round th e, and.what thoun.
f Co- E. Te'ml. abd. Ga.. Railroad -cherishest.thou shalt he like.
Knoxville, Tenn., ApriL. 1859. 3" A... thl. laborer toiled, and luxuriant
R Y, AL.* ardens dbsosl m nd around him, and his
5o9. .,.e L,, wa~- bower of roses. But though
s.- ...- A d. l slept uPon a pillow of damask bud-
1859. The next Ordinary ingof the' ll oy' ,l.t Id'es, there was a curse upon
EF^-- UI .... (ca.re, o 1 :tvut. a.s!the oraei-h 1,.0r m
1 1iut :lr th. f.rij ,t .'he. -api' n bimi thi t, ipoisolned hils n-st. Tlie perf'Ime
(',_.,nou t Cl r c ',, ,,,, of M -.,- wl li..... 1I.ll c f w"" Lrs o ,a d Is.e n bel. as it worO,

C 'i' N mI. l-7 I 0 1 N.t kt-Iis like what he cherishes-,
I ay. ('AI il .L PRMIa t' E iOOO Phb.i growth from a 1 erish-

S......$1,0 I 'i ..... ... 1 e.n)' l'Priz.- o $2. 00. ble r'
I400 .... 1.cu "J .. 1,-050 And'what:sball I give thee,outof my
: .0 0o t .... t. 00 c 6e e 2 0 M,,
.... 10 1 abunda'ice?" Earth asked vet another of
. .. 1 ,' )19 1 1 .. .-1 5 0 0 0 1 4 3 "- 4 0 0 1 .
.ic t o .... 10,000 20 App x ns.. 8,800 her.sns. "
4 Approxations to the $100,000--00 each; Kid iotelr Eartb, tlhou art rich,
. ae $,(;0 4 o' s4, to p50.000; 4 of .a I, to :.').0*n Ti; ot all t', wealth will atisfy me I woim l
1,200 of $400 to 315.000; 4 of ':41'11 to 10.0,000. have a ro al gift-one for which thou art
,Whole Tickets $20; Halves $.10; Qual- a "d:ily beggar of the sun..Give me light."
Ss,0 terms c t. ". Go theu, toil onward, looking ul])ward,
Prizes cashed at sigiht at 5 per cent. discount. for eight ad it shall be thine, and thou
SBills of all solvent Banks take at pa. sht be ike that to which thou (lost as-
S A drawing will be forwarded as soon as the slt bh
S.:$32,000ooo result becoinies known. pire.
Personsordering Tickets wiol lea te la:&otrer. toiled through the val-
write their names plain, and ghve thePr ]ost ;s U,-cki n hp to thve hill-tops for light,
... Oiice, mount t and Slate. J eyes, nd wherever
.'f'R Commninical ionsaddressed. to DON R .O-.... erev
DRIGUEZ. (care of Cit Post.Charleston.S.C. their' ws galn of gold il the ore he
u11 be sold until thz 18th of May, 18-9, will be tittened to. would see it, while other mien beheld on'y
-T ano opque tnid shapeless clod. And wher-
c+,. " ever the warmtl.h of his gla:nce fell, yotng
4 germs that- shlpt ini darkness sprung up
-L i. 10 -On the Eirop)auj Pa1i. and blossomed into flowers, and men drew
1 towa:rds, him as to a lalhin, li:2hted at
C. CTY OF NE -YO K. night. The rihes and beauty of the earth
N- were his, with the deep satisfaction of see-
c l- ,' .' ,:-, 50 INI S PrERU i ln dlkni] n ;("idtll thlat 1.1c appron,1h-
S City Hall Square. corner Frankfort Strieet. cd. eame lk the t which
pse City ]Lll) loved and aspin d after, amd inll the ig ht
te then' i:: ~. als, as thuy may be ordered in the spacno was a Ilessing anm mi 0o *:urse,-L ,irenct.
o'ice cou' 0 Refictory. u.ile Jf[erhl. d
S There is a Barber's Shop and Bath RPo -
s draw n. and tached to the I hotel. nus : y, il Vir .la Woas inDi
N. B.- eae of 11 n a w
d iaedi- .ack ~ne who sa-y w are li-ll .1 mily wa 'shio vor
at te "~*. 'Fcu t was a rule of her's taat all
rs arch 2. 18539. houl attenld. On one occi-
A- k 1:imm ,4sh fmom Pen11yl vain-
mmii 2n r_ i S.FAMIL- G ht- 1h0ehio sf. a:d was
Y. For 1859. y the assembling of the le-
n)omars, ACDKE lMERRALl CO., .ers. After they had all k-ft
SN. 1C K .e r-reet E xe i pt a small loy who renain-
e an oMie. Corner of Collere Place, ed o ligtthe guest to his (chamher, tlfe
in a ov- Dut e..hmaitonui'ed of the lady why'she

forcible manner in whtnb the Scinato- pre-
.seiited the'choiam'ityof'his: corriuct, that
~ ~~~~ ~~ ~~~ -u *' i- *'*. A**j4*f^i s

(o p' (Opposite lIudon R iver Railroad Station,) .- anyone U aIIti, iqu Ivui.u-
Or t li" ,e- ab.-ndonel his- applicaon,
ob,' otll o .. Kro-tigIt the. niggers to pnSyecrs."u She oth rolin, with a vie tand-
fid DALERS IN replied that she felt responsive for there ing for Congress in bis. District at the next
iants to Fiitfst W' .. religious training. The Dutchman then lctio
la, ( t Wii asked her if she really thought they had '
iCa, a. essr-ouls: and she beginning to be rather ex- A SIowiM \s SotrD.--Showmen as a
ngton, Del. Finest Te s, c'ted, told him she certainly did, "' and general rule nae tolerably "sharp," and it
uto dra F Fin esrtB tbat she felt a deep interest for their sal- is no easy matter to overreach them; but
tilthe prize is o easy,
1 bhed Finest Butter, vation when they are fooled, it is a matter of
)amers: An- Finest HIn s,- 'The Dutchman then turned to the nc- great amusement to those present. I was
Sle Regi ter, Finest Tongues and gro, and asked him- a witness to one of the best "sells" of the
Iay Book, l inest Fa ." Boy, do you think a nigger has got a kind I have ever heard, of. Last sum-
,, iss.) Clar-" Family C3
Groceries, soul." mer, there was an exhibition in a tent, on
1-p. F I vct ; u ,put up for Shipment to Oh, yes," said the boy; I r6clin one of the public lots-a sort of menagerie
'a p.J % v t (11 t>"he ,(oridl.
S t!taloes I crnis, tey go.t sonls on a small scale. Before tile entrtanlce to
T, l Alpril Ci, 18 .59.j. ''.. "59. ",, boastin5t of
.I VT-. E.... be allowed to go to heaven?" the innumerable wonders to be seen for ,
L-0.AC1COLA. E XCH NGE, Yes si, s, I aspectt I will; I 'lows to g:t shilling, to a considerable crowd. While
I' :. APOL, ili the midst of a speech overflowing with
--York. JOHN PAFRTRIDG to "' Now 1boy, NIhereabouts do yo1 think biy words he was somewhat summarily in-
"!i-m"". 4. IS they'd pt a fallow like you in hen ven?' terrupted-by the following exclamation
;3 : I cunn o" sir," said the boy; '' but I trom a man nea.- him who had a boy with
"t thcyP ae hea e reckon I'll 'git in somewhar 'twecu de white him
or 1 any- D h opic and de D)utch!" "I'll bet you a 'five' that you can't let
and ars l' Dear mothVesr, said a delicate little girl, me see that lithe sf eagerly
and a market &< ,*o '' said the shotriian, e
br persons serve'i thhave broken your china vase! "D one S,
taste. Well you are a naughty, enreless, troub- hPut lp yonh tnoney.'
The Bawill be furnished with chofeeLic 'SI lesolme little thing, always in mischief-- The 1an placed t live dbilar bill im tho
5- t and Seg~ L es moderate 13oa Wi irs until I send for vou. And harid of a by-stander, and the showmnt ,
without rohstanW prietor m r's w t counting out the chl>nige, did the same.
IR E- from tlhe treling plCdic. rstia ''ow wilk. this answe to id tre so I
'To transient persons; especially-t I'tle cuplprit, who had strun i yo"
wn serCvii through ApDaachicola, and only tto 1 conouered the temp tvtion an;"ac uyo
'd witb feh hours, this house offers peculiar' ood to( screen a filult. With The man and thi little boy followed him
other Its immediate proximity to the (i into the tent, the whole crowd following,
'1 an a landingsd its &cntral c ; ?dhearteied look the chill h the woohoer fol.owi;gr
Sand iat landings and its centralst atened loo the cshl "There said the showman triumphant
it impossible for any one to be 1 that iimoment was ci'usehed at, th tha triumhanyl
other conveyance. irt thn sweet flower of crTthlL i at coner, ato tat b autifl
I Apa'la DeIminber 1st, 183. to he revi- Numidian lion ,"
P i pic .Bi oeGi. Violins t rn; -- in *V s il cop ..-.=- 0u mantl, looking lu
IM sic Boxes. Violins, G every direction but the -ight one.
.i Flutint.as Accordianrs, Flutes son. I "Wby th,',r." I o t1, 0
VFif&es. &c &c. -- -_--.-- ..repy.
SiO, Violin and Guitar strings, instructor It's a gr^t pleasure to be alone, epe- .I don't see any, responded thIe other.
books.&c.,ust received, a fnd for sale _by y we', you hmv your sweetheart "What's the matter with you?"' nskd
An. 27, 1858. J. I. GRIFFIN. irth iou., the showman, 'who began to "small a very
w-Xork tatinn Guitar'andViloin Striung -- large c
T.- TUST received, and: or sail by : A snL. piece of paper or linen moisten- "1'm blind! was the g"riinug reply,
,r IQ .TT -PTFFTN _,A ,;I ; -ih'ti,.,it ;no anti nllt intO the ward- That-showman ws vom' iiilm .....


dreutura=rw~t~ar~cuaullru- ~urm~~uaraa ~ ~r~uru~-

kn tiggenioit but DIo)ya' l South Caniollilatu .
The recent grant of the apcljcation for
Renewal of p. patent of an eas chair in-
'ented by' a citizen of South Carblina,
Iraws from the New Orleans Delta the
following story.
Judge Ev1an.,' the late Senator fror
;outh.Carolina, was a very earnest, sin-
ere and venerable old gentleman, who.
inder an exceedingly gentle, mild and
clerical exterior, concealed some very de-
'ided paints of character, amnttig which
,wis an intense State pride and a strong
biti i'n favor of(" i n;etittionAl oand iYvpU
he weaknesses and-defects of his old Stato
T'o him, South Carolinu, wa tlie beat id(-
l ofeverythingeidmirable,great andl good,
Ier errors and defects weredto him vir-
uecsand endowments. And though it was
lot in the nature of the good old nmin to.
late any body or anything he cherished a
decdied South Carolitnish repugnance to
the institutions, ideas and customs of New
Englard. For any South Carolinian to
possess any of the qualities, the accomplish-
ments or -tastes of the people of that sec-
tion, was in the view of the oldSenator
a serious breach of faith and duty to
his honored and beloved old lPalmetto
tate. *
Now it happened that Judge -Evens
was applied to by a young South-Carolin-
ian, who had invented some ingenious me-
clthilncil contrivance which he desired to
have patented. The young applicant In-
troduced himself as the son of an old friend
alid fellow parishioner ,of the Judge, and
begged his favor and aid in obtaining hia
letters patent.
The venerable senator, raising his
spectacles, and fixing his eyes in wonder
and naanzemen(t nt nithe ingenious young
Carolinlian in his. mild but etimpliatic tone,
interrogated him as fpllows
"You art the son of- Col. I-- of
S ~,- Plarish, South Carolina, who was
born in said Parish?" -
SI am- sir," promptly and proudly res-
1pnded the young gent.eman,-
"Tlie grandson of Gen. H..-- who
served under Gen. Sumpter in the Rev-
olutionary War'?"
"Yes, sir," was the prompt reply.
S"Your mother was the daughter of
Mrs. Nancv---, who set filc to her
mansion in the Revolution, to p:-evct the
B:tisl occupying i.t?"
"Yes, sir," ellihusiasticaliy exclaimed
the r(cprestntative of one of Carolina's
prou;idi,.t families.
"And vdu," continued the patriotic old
it nator, "hare been educated at the aca-
demy of---.- in -- and instructed
in tihe principles, dnties and k-.owledge of
your birth and fianmily?"
"Yes, sir," modesty remarked-the now
Sinmpatient youth.
"Then, sir,,' exclaim' d the Judge, in a
tone of haughty firmness and itnd.ignation,
"'how dare you turn your back upon all
the'.traditional principles; and ideas and
customs of you- State,. upon tTe sentiments
and prini'iples .of your family, yoner atiee-
tors and your countrymen, a"nd- d(grado
yourself to the level of a common wooden-
nutmeg -aunkee, by inventinIg a machine?"
The ingenious, but a .la! high bbrn
voung, Clrolinian,-. Was so affected by the

---,,lrrur sa~r-U

'" 'O .. t or- -- "
The increase of the ase of cotiou.',r O c
btman0 clot ji g is 01 sv'e .1 j in the fol- M. TO efo
lowing.tlitf thae ntvrne .quantvtaken APA Wli you do a ;sU ;r e kid, a
by each country of Europe periweek fr t in your c luor~.s i o
several years: qvrs t from a late is one of the Fori-
Coutrie., / 1854. 1855. 185. 1857. 1858. MRKET- t c and liber
Fr0nc, n ,0 00- 0o'o .oo 1nc;'
S elgium, '1346 1211 1528 1096 J.' YRICK
Holland; 1653 1711 1903 1 ;-
German, 3961 4057 4750.4142 -
Trieste, 1788 1853 1865 1442 : Our -tha k
Genoa,Nap.etd., 807 1096 2115 1730
- Spain, 41788 219M ,346. 1730 G o. S. HIAWINSfor a
Russia, Nor. etc., 2577 2404 4423 3846 .ports of Explorations ard
Toftalon the Con- certain the most praticaI
tinent, 22440 23535 29055. 24465 icai route for a Railro
Add G,Britain, 37829 40403 41_985 390665 41383 s
- sissippi River to the Pa,
Europ'n consump- for othea valuable Pub. '
tion week. 60269 63938 71042 f... o.. e' e u:
The rise was rapid cn the Continent as v .s. s-. ~ cTrI coV ::E
well as in Englati in.1850, 1851 and Tle U. S. Conrt for the Nortieris-
1852, under the.stimulus of gold and fine .
crops. The rise was 30 per cent in thosO trict of Florida conmmenced its session ity of othei
years, nearly equal to 130,000 bales spe Monday last-in this city, Idoni. hcC QUEE .cupies the for
annum. This figure underwent a slight M lIcrosIr presiding, and the ale and the: est--in
reaction on the Continent under the rise ,r.;i,.'t District Attorney, the Hon. C. ele:mnts of law -an.o- its text -
in food in the following year; and in ne C. oocte, being at his post. learnu,-. ani in is a O iurse o .
*te Sat alo.e t.e b g It phisd ot_ learn, r o : poions of Ihe a Mr. onrac
during the Russian war, accompained as inof a
it Y.e -y-gronwtnod, ut-h. uautity tak-- Owaing tso the a liseC co of parties andl. tice he has yielded himst 'o the jealous h eath
eb again increased andreached a high fig- -.ttornies very little has been acconplis uh:lair ifL and perseverinlg tattenluon i wh civiize,
ure in 1856, when the aggregate quality ed upon- the civil docket. the law requires as the condition i)f her food, br
taken was 71,042 bales per week, or .ini The C rand Jury have commented their favors--his strong practical mini --,his humaul
round numbers 3, 00,000 bales per annupm duties for the session under an able, clear comprehensive and systematic anrml 'e- i
being 10,000 bales, or 11 per cent'p.er "t.taugl
week more than the maximum-of 1852. and citcd exposition of the same, as de- me'nt if his thoughts--his clear per iicu- Sceoi
At that rate the demand for cotton doub- livered by the ltont. Judge in his charge. ous and compact statement of his matter, do
les every six years, but that was an excep- Th, re will be. several important CaISE- in language simple and Idcid, eminently S
tional year. The panic of 1857 carried for the consideration of tihe Court, as pre- ft him for the iighl position to which his th
the figures back to those of 1855. From the caseIn
sen ted i n a h- c o t 'll.l upp o m s l o se
1852 to 185p the circumstances of dear t ce of the supposeslv fri s sekto elevate him : shown
food and.war expenditure seemed to inte'r- barque Ai Rawlins, for an in ringe-. tidial Ikcletion--Lm. C. c. Yonge.
fere with the Use of cotton. Tiose cir- ment of the statutes of the United States iYEossnes EDITRS :---
cumStaiccs are now removed, and the in such cases made and rox iddil Also As tk1e choice of successors to the pre- di
quality of cotton taken by England .i for an alleged mier d. to hve eSi: ent Supreme Court Bench is beginning Cn
1858 was nearly aslarge as.theat takenby comitte te h. to alitct ttention, I take the liberty thi
her in 1856. Should peace now be preserv- n. tU te ou of th Floridian ai9 pul
ed on the Contineia, the use of cotton will desi5roa ted as the SaIn't Captin-" Jrnal tho briln forward the nalme of thiie th
,eekbron g t n ori,,towang ts r ei thein a e of ti e 11i e t O'
be carried more rapidly to high figures said barqie, by the first,-~ cond and third i 1-T:l' (Il)l ran l.agan' "minAL oie of tr.,o
than ever-btefore partieu rnly i noerem ny mates, and a l)es,:ia co'in.. li ti .'..flate Justice Conceding the claims Bro
and Holland. Of the quwanity taken by principal, and tht., d .' o Fl rida.toh-be represented on tihe
Great Britain, a larger portion retturps to ti; D and to designate her r's,-r 'taive. "ttcd
the countries whence it came. India in her HAYDEN,s d not venture on this step but for tte a
best days never sells so much cotton as fact, if the Grand Jurir ,h 'v,, s that this gentleman is the Govern
she buys, and will never be abel to make bringing in indictlllelltnts o: :c of that section. If so, it seems to South, t
her production of the raw mnetet ial keep STE~EK R F. 5.TrE:. i' ,:iat the preference of our Western are tire
pace with hlierdemand for.goo, and :the s t raut stept. friends, ing upon one every way wor- and the
same fact is true.of all producing countriesapt. thy,-shonild, be -little less than law to the ates us
except.the United States,whence aloue the Woo we ae plesed to le after other potions of the State. Mrr. Yonge, clim
countries of'Europe can draw a supply tof having bee thoroiughiy repaired and over- t though yet in the .meridian .of lift, has which
meet their growing wannts. hanIti, hass now tkei- her ,.fi o o-, ec long at* they bar, and tell the while in nr. En
The United States produce a large sur- river s a Stum e tr I'cket )ectwn ti full practice. His min, natural both nulk
plus of cotton, but they are.the la-gest Cour ntr- vigorous and acute,. iss been sfregthnell or to it
cotton c')nsu mers in the world, takmg ..te and sharpened by assidi"oh stuly of many ianyd in
more weight of cotton ainn:llaly per eai d uprising Captain l o08:si1 success in years--all inthe liiof hisprofssio n.s iV
than.any other'iation, an(d the same r tis uIrI t iii ulertakdig, fr we lnhl1 trt uoiil Aa districtt Attorney of the United States S q-,
mark applies to all clothing ma trial. The through his efforts andr 'rc!,r>sta tion:' he s showlln himself equal.to-the position s.vel b
stock of cotton on hand at the close o\ t a oat o at all ti -- ug brought cona ntlv in conflict n th
1858 in Entla d, was smaller tha:in t the d *ith tle tbleAt lawyers of tlhe .i .-- Mr. Lam
1 ndn th d rIdn! ,' eon' il- su uer to dl-iivr at
close of any year since 1840, be~i:g :but A .ove all, he has charneter--the impar- i j .
461,9S9 bales. The average for the last C !nsad .r ih ity to pceve and the idepennewe
six years was 655,000 bal,s:. The. United fri,-1,t as might be shipped' from NNw to discharge his duty in the high sta, an on
States supply this year will be very large York and Ne wi OrieanN. thowa.ds of to which it is proposed to elevate him- ,k,- ,-
--a maxitnuin crop. The average increase barrels will fiud their, way tu ouri r .1.ir it is but proper to snay tht this is ,b- ianKe t
of the suliply for a series of years is, how- that wou ld otit'se he ede without the knowletddeeet of a1 ,i c
ever, far below the a.ove figures of con- !0ng-, bItrn hon ant- r
gumption. The average quantity taken in to M oItgoimery, and S'ava.nnah, to the nothinghas over ,p-,, e on the s .jiect.
England and on the Continent for tl'ee, gieat detrimen.t of our mCrchants, 1.)oting It is moreover wi tten f'om a se, o 1Su~ ,
years ending with 1852, was 53,000 per' iter-ests, &e." us.tice to ourt West,-ttrl friends -Iro tirhove leon', ask
week, aid theaverage for the thrceycars -- now no rehiresentatvye on the Stuprean dKitra'ceti; g
ending with 1857 was G06,000 b1aes per Eq--i'Si] o ON THE BeTV2TE 1f3ncih, and have had 'one but for a sho, ExUly i
week, ,being -an increase of 25 per cent. MsR. ED:von : time during its existing o,.J ,,'.. ion_ Pg()ro q w
per annum, while the United statess Cloi As you were.amonog thh abse::t last Shoud thy iti their nagnanimi y etooe li'ul; niose
has increased in no such 'proportion. O en o to forego theis clatims-and select as tiei bI e tihe ti i
the Continent of Europe the+ average f 'i mlo e tle plcaf-u liinidnte some g1en1tlcmam: fsoml another tre' ies it
the three years ending yith 1852 was 22,- p)!lic .expression to the deli n of the State, I have nothing to ted Afr"ic
000 baJei per week, and for the three in conrmon with- many ot ugh I doubt v-whiether it would ,he the wnrh
years endingwith-1858,.28,000 balesper the hospitality of Captai 1 one possQessilg superior quals- the ngro
week, an increase: of 40 per eet., or 420,- ,. er. his .o h'e m ..ione. clcti
000 baales pe ainnum, dependent entire ly At t o n. -- JUlOI!. 'gi:,!n
upon the U. States for its future supply .. :Ot %' -__ ,
These are results which point to a very ex- dies and gentlemen th:'ron.. .A Writer in the ,S'cnUtiel says that their o
traordinary state of affairs in the South- 1he steamer WIave, by invi -.t "of-lis recently sent to his banker as ag
ern States. They are the only source of WINOATE, wvhe is alwaiys..ol ha -jlre *in ('iinarlston, to purc1:eas some of the v',-0r ih
supply fr *an.article-which/has become in- allantry and politeness are rIqlui'ed to Florila R. R. boonds, at the reduced parties :,
si ea n csl e- ito m.Pt ,the domn.ndq for clnth- -. ..t.r-

-. o I. V -- v iwsit the \West tPass. Our depalrtnte was rates, was answer, they. could not nssio
ing, growing still moe .urgent in Europn .. ..** 1 s
in the double ratio of growing numbers complimented by the cheers of spectator, be" t blo in the dollar." ism? Sh
and increasingability to buy clothing. This and tlke firing of cotinon--(altohough- Th c tional I
fact has for several years back manifested "amidst the noise and confusion," you. c t tly have been Pilli l
itself in a manner to send up the price of may not have heard the report ) IIav- 1tavis, and that the ri'vl '0o!l,
cotton and hands in a remarkable man- ngenjoyed the sea-breeze ahiew owvisit to Charleston have cer nl ti
1. 1p enjoyed the sea-breezo awhile, we now, the 1mr .,c
ner. The stock of cotton, which in Eng- e' bee f c)resented; he came here on bu- the nlarc
land accumulated annual from 584,000 proceeded up the river, and stopped at sinessw the Baink, anrd upon one occa- ment; be i
bles in 1840, to 1,200,000 iales in 1854, Fort Gadsden, where many availed them- sion he answered some question which we and genius
has since, under increasing supplies, dwin- -selves of the opportunity of visiting the asked of him, concerning the Florida Rail tl*e vain di
dled to 461,980 bales, and the average ruins of this noted spot, by moonlight; oad bonds, but h'enver volunteered any which l'
price of cotton that with a crop.in. 1845 of rn information on the s ubecttn L iv-i, otiels to ri:oit'.
2,400,000 bales was si cents, rose to renn here an hollr or so.he did give, has bn coi I y o. .
twelve and'a I alf-cents ou crop of 3,527,- ed to town, and reached the wharf at c. I
onr i l ~ i 1 ,t,.i ,, n er .in +,* -,,h e It l,, ', ,,' 1 .., + -......1..--. pA' -
ot cotton may ten to sme ed, jutgTriom the Iaugihig face as,.ad t I contrae t:carrylte t s
f tt d e I twce IInbri"(goe and Apit'achicohi,-hua
new mode of production. If field hands elastic dance---music and dancing may be Ibe ed to CIapt. W'. J. McALIsTER 'i
can raise cotton in certain s.ctitons to yield food for love, but our thoughtful host, for ," ihteen thousand dollars peace, I
a profit of six cents, other labor may seek our roev.
the profit when the piice is 12a 20 cents acted upon the rule that people differ service. + ore
If the cultivation of cotton, through the their taste, and therefore, had a bountiful man of known in- sLt it
large demand for it, shoildhold out snuhe repast .--i v, at the usual hours. And ualifictions, and ev
lage prfts a s f hiis laprtory eOftw]' 1-1
large profits as a proximate price o twen- am ou to sa there were many offlih ithf himr, car- sue.
ty cents would indicate, it will attract to around. the board-,-miself amo s of h is t I ow
it great numbers of-cultivators who may ones ero. e a -.se so wilds of
d,"cthwinumber:sThe ladies were never ni I itht C wish
not be able to command bands. In n nu 'e ladie s ayere never ni wh his
event, it would -.-ni -to be impossible to agreeable and gay, and altogether the cx I'l l ll, success that cou -atteid a hite
limit the- suplly to tle rule which now cirsion turned out just whut Lt iri,.'aipct I ip o himself +,,tthie b
governs it, viz: tjbdtsoural increase -of the officers f thissever
ia tle firera of tr liida. -- l,.ir c Geori sever
hands. Eitdoher 0- latter must. be multi- contributed their- part. t& ........ any, ",i,-
plied by oth' r hlIs.0 th(Jr operation lives baI t a -ingle year. It is xili-li
t. i -t wt,!thout dispar.ig,,
supplatIed by othlur latIstrials.-- United t* . l siumner--descends slavo
States .Ec,,, -:: '. single out our friend Bn"' is s,:, u L e enough--feeds
always at his post, reariv n thli ,;'iiter at the n,.ntth of ."-
The "cezons -last evening had sight
The cllzes. and to lhr-d a hand to M- nCVl'e"s iii the spring tokle- .
which we venture to say not one of them s.awlln to dies atohoe
evr 1 hni' '- i r dn, Ireturn t ~ s to die at thee
tive of Arabia-.cary.I g- c.i he Comn.ittee to Captr.- .N. o eoean .
atreutg two bales-or one thoad lbs.- for thile kin.dness, soeialility nlw, ;.',,iltI- \ ]Ten Lord Carhiaml)ton was coinnian- iL-
of cotton on ,its taeh -- c,,.t- vI it easily I
enough, but with some evident annoyance ty displayed by them to idrls Ithe pnry, der in chi.'l. in Ind, lie was challenged I IIf
,for the bulky load, not being adjusted and for myself expresth-. Ihitt fily, bt r- to fight him, not their t
fairly, swayed from side to side ith the may ner re e was their but because he service
long steps of the patient brute. W e Bave ... ........ ---- o ,n ,:. in mi.d.
Sthat this "hip of the desert," The maladies' J- iiiS imi
11A ,doubt that .th:+ : 'p .f' t!,;e ladies' f:,...l.i, Yur tlj. ii~iii. Oi Bo n,,r ,,r tl,,, t i.,,,h N o -,Vn T 1 .... ,.1-.