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Frm tke LtuUvillt Journal.
Spring. The winter wind and itotmt are past. The surly blasts are blown. Th voice of spring is hoard at last, la blytli and joyous tone ; The little streams, from froit te4 Tree, With gladdening miuie ting ; The aoath wind come with songs of (lee, To welcome In the Spring. The heart of earth ill foliage wide Unfolds like eummer'e rose ; Through wood and stream a quickening tide Of life and beauty flows; The light of May ia on the sky, Its sunshine on the wing, While winter's shades and shadows 0T To welcome ia the spring. The flowers are gmly springing op On hillside and on Uwn, The dsity and the botlercup Breathe in the balm of morn ; The rills and brooks soft answers make To birds on soaring wing. The mingling strains of nature wake To welcome in the Spring. I list me to tbe cheering song, . Of robin and the wren, Ttie mocking- mxrm mnm jocwad ihroeg - Of warblere in the glen ; The wind and aephyrt too rejoice. While tTery Using thing , ' On earth outpours a grateful to ice To welcome ia the Spring. the race with unscrupulous sod winning self. I White ibe jury, therefore, b in itu ishoess, but ia the long ran tbe latter will be J pannelled, he went to Mr. L , d in in left Ut ib tbe rear. No 01 a o ever really loat guished lawyer, in order to hare hint excused. by being hottest, lie who adopts tbie tnaiun j Mr. L informed bim that the Judge would aa hie own will have the best capital lo begio ; oot eicuse him 00 tbe plea of attending 10 bis life upon. But lei tbe oarratise tell for itaelf. ! warehouse. Ooe evening a poor man and bit eon, a lit- j Never mind, est s Dutch, you tell the Judge tie boy, eat by the way aide, near tbe gate cf that I want to be excused, and Til (ell him .iamctfi.TVR.i an old town tn Germany. The father took a loaf of bread, which lie had bought in the town, and broke it, and gave tbe half to his boy. "Not ao, father, said the boy ; " I shall not eat until after you. You have been woiking all day fur email wages, to support me, and you must be very hungry ; 1 shall wail till you are done." "You apeak kiodly, my son," replied the pleased father; "your lose 10 me dues me more good than mj food, and (bote eyes of yours remind me of your dear mother who baa left us, who told ycu to tuve me aa ehv used to do; and, indeed, my boy, you have been a great etrengih and comfort to me; but now it at 1 have eaten the 6 at morsel to plea you, il is your turn now to eat." "Thank you father; but break this piece the reason. So, when the court convened, Mr. L rose and said, " May it please your booor, a juror wania to be excused." 'Oa what ground, Mr. L ," eays tbe Judge. There he is," aya Mr. L , " be will present his excuse." While this conversation was taking place, up rose the Dutchman. What, Sir, ia j our .excuse V eays (he Judge. Dutchman 'Soax anoorks.' Jude Corne near ; I cannot bear what you say. Dutchman 'Sua, snoot kt.' Judge (in great anger) Mr. She. iff, What did jou summon this Du'cbinaa fori tie can neither speak Dor understand a word of in two, and lake a liltle more ; for you see ; English. ! the loaf is oot large, and jou rcq-iite much Dutchman Snax enooiks.' more than 1 do." " I shall divtda the losf for you, my boy ; but eat it 1 shall not. I have abundance ; and let us think G.d for his great goodness in giving us food, and ia giving us what is bet- Judge You can leave, sir. Dutchman Srax snooiks. Judge (overflowing with ire) Mr. Sheriff. take that Dutchman out of court; and air, I shall have )ou S.ied Tor a ne'eci of duty, in ler elill, cheeiful and contented hearts- Do ; summoning a man who can say nothing but who gave us the living biead from heaven to snsX tnooks. nourish our immortal aouls, how shall he not 1 Dutch permitted himself (0 be carried out give ua all other food which ia necessary to ,0r the court-bjuse, some one ho had witness support our mortal bodies?" Jed the scene etked him why be did nut go The father and son thankrd Gi d, and then when the Judge told him. began lo cut the loaf in pieces, to begin their fru ') mca!. Rut as they cut one portion of From the Camden Journal. A Romance in Real I Ait. BY LAURIE TODD. In New Y'oik, in 1796, my store waa io Maiden Lane, wilbiu three doore of the aloro of John Mowatt, aa extensive dealer in ahoes. Ilia Foreman waa John Pelaue, who eat be- ; tbe loaf, there fail out severs! large pieces of bind tbe counter stitching ahoes and waiting 'gold of great value. The little bay gave a on customers aa they atepped ia. One day J shout of py, and was springing forward 10 corpse waa found in the dock, at the foot of' grasp the untxprcted treasure, whea he was the street.' The Coroner took the jurymen pulled back by bis father. from tbe neighborhood and among them, Juhn My tun, my eon !" he cri d, " do not touch Mowatt and hie Foreman John Pelsue. Tbe that money ; it ia not oura." corpse lay on table ia tbe centre of (he room. I But whose is it, father, if it is not ours 1 ' From the Southern Cultivator. Early llarvcsliiis of Wheal. Extract of a Letter dated February 5, 1950. I have heretofore been under the impres sion, in common with mnny others, that what is called "eatly harvesting" of wheal formed one item of good husbandry. 1 used (he term impression, and not opinion, because it has been taken up on credit, without the author sty of a single fair experiment that I ever heard or read of. Acciden', rather than de sign, hss led me to diubt its truth, and lo think it highly probable that wheat ahould not be haivesti d until the gtein has arrived at (he stage of full and complete maturity. Io the summer of 1848, seven days after the end of my harvest, in pa.e'ng over my sulble field, I gathered a parcel of heads which the scjthe had left uncut. Being alruck with the fine quality of tbe grain, I look a bund'e of wheat from an arlj icent shock, cstried both parcels to the houe, cteaord tho grain and was surprised to find that as far as the eje could judge, the sam ples from the standing heads was greatly su perior in evety reject to (but lakn fiotn ihe .hook. But knowing that the eye could not decide the relative weights, 1 :ned them in s small pair of well balanced pli)iic scales, snd found that ninety grains of the (rat sainide j l.ast inCedauf eightd down one hundied of the other. 1 j relumed to the fisld, telccti d from snolher . shock ihe bea( wheat I could get, and again! eulj-icled the two parcels to the same lest. j In this trial, the d (Terence in wei-lit ai not Beans art en of tbe best crops a farmer can raise on many aeciunte, but the peculiar ad vantagea t'lendirg their cultiva ion, farther than I have already elated them, need oot be alluded to; tbey will naturally surest them selves to every practical mind at alt familiar with their specific habits, and modes of growth. A Practical Fabmf.b. WEIGHTS AM) WE VSt RCS or ruacioNCoVNTaxa. There are denominations fiequently met in reports of markets, but their English value not alwaya rea dily recollected. The following tall will be foun.l, we believe, correct: Ahm in Rotterdam Almude in Portugal Almude in Madena Aluiere in Madeira A ln.tii.rrin rl.hia Alquitroin Maranhain doll Alanine in RiaJanierosnd Peroam dot toll Anna of rice in Ceylon lbs 2C0 8 5 Arroba in Portugal lbs 33 Arrubaio Spain (large) gala 4 34G Arroba in Spain (small) do 3 337 Arroba in Malaga of wins about do 4) Arsheen in Ruaaia iuchca tS Bahar in Batavi Peuls 3 ' 1 Hale of Cinnamon in Ceylon, net lbs 114 J Dai ili in Naples 1 quels about gale 1 1 Cantar, the Levent, contains 4 I ukee lbs 1 18.8 I'.nUf in Lei-horn of oil lb 8 Cantar in Malta Cantar in N-iplee Cantar in Sicily Carro in Naples Cattaof tea in China Cayang in Ita'avia Clielviirt 111 Ru.ua Fanega in S,iain lleciolilro in Fnnca Kilogramme in i ran e or Netherlands Laat in Amsterdam or grain l.ast in Kronen of grain CAROLINA INN, nearly gala 40 contains gala 4 37 do4C8 over I pecks tonesily 8 butb 1 Oh, nys Dutch, I vos fraid if I understand you may go,' de Judge ibn k I speak English. Abaut this lime one of the less foitunata jurymen, hearing the joke, said lo him IM go io and ask (be Judge io propose lo swap horses with you, and he will aee whether you understand English. But Ibe Dutchmen did not wait for auch condescension from his honor, he made fast tracks for his warehouse - Spirit of tbe Times. Some of tbe jurymen remarked that as soon ss John Pelsue looked on the corpse, bo etar ted, turned pale, looked aa if going to feint, lie rallied, however, but his subsequent move ments occasioned aome curioua remirks. The jury having rendered verd.ct of death by drowning, were discharged. Mowatt turn ed round to lock for his Foreman, behold he waa not there. We stepped out of doors, and (he loaf, but 1 d.d 1 01 buy tbe gold in it. If " I know not, as jet, lo whom it belongs; but probably it was put there by the baker, through some ovs'ske. We must inquiis. Run." " Bu'," interrupted the boy, " yru are poor and needy, and you have bought the loaf, aiid then tbe baker may tell a lie, and" " I will not lia'en to jou, my boy, I bought in Danui-- of grain I.nt in Flushing of grain I.axt in llan.l.'org of (ram l.a.l in i.ubtc ot grain l.a.t in Portugal of alt I,al in R"1'imUiii ol grain Laat in Sweden l.a.t 111 I'.recht of n'sin si great, being ss ninety four lo one hundred, J. impound in llamburjh still in favor of the wheat ah.ch had been Isft j M!7ndi"l!aMf" Maud in Calcutta Mina in (.rnoa of grain Moy in Lisbon Moy in Oportn Muyo of Portugal Oka io Smyrna O.na in Trieste of wine Orne of oil Palmo in Naples Pccul in Batavia and Madrae Preul inChiuaand Japan Pipe in S.'aiu of wins aw bias high up the street, on a half ruo, when be quickly turned a corner. All eorte ef inquiries made, bul nothing could be heard the baker sold it to m in ignorsnce, I shall not be eo dishonest aa lo take advantage of him ; remember ilim who luld us to do tooth of bin. This, with his turning pail at (be era se we wou'd have o hers do to us. The first view of tbe corpse, occasioned so;ue baker any, P0,,ib!y, cheat us ; I aiu poor bul strange surmises among the jurors for many that is no sin. If we share the poverty of dayi hence. Jjhn Mowatt was a bachelor Jcsu, God' own Son, O ! let us share alao Lis of thirty-five, end Pelsue had een abaut thir-' trust, and his goodness in God. We may 1 . t t. .t L I . tr eumaiere. i never be ncn, out we may aiways nuneei A nother's Love. Fullness it not the attraction of a mother's love. Here is an outjushing of affection that koowe no bounds; that admits of no confi dence. Stronger beyond all other love, it ad mits of no illustration by comparison. It ex ists through all time, and all chaagaa, and re sists the attacks even of the ingratitude of its ol.jnct, and is the only love that survives die grace. I attempt not its description : "None bul a mother knowe molhei'a fondness- None else can guess it." Death does oot dissolve the lie nor dimin ish the love. Love of our departed offspring grows with the constant retnemberance of ihe deprivation, ae the loet Pleiad, the " s ar we missed from heaven," shines, with a constsnt standing. I aid, seveu days after the end of harvest, but in fact, as th.s poilion of llis ctop hrid been cut thice days prior lo the e-id, ihe heavy wheat had been left lea days after the usual lime 0.' harvesting. Tweuty-three days afterwards, lhat ia, thir ty after the close of my harvest, I collectid 10 the same way from a neighbor's fi-ld near me, and within a few yatds of each other, two other samples, one fiom the shuck and: the oilier from heads left uncut. 1'bcsa sere tried in the sime scales, and again ninety grains of the standing w beat exactly balanced one hundred of lhat harvested at the usual 1 &tm in Sicily lime. In ef rj instance, ibe heaviest wheat was larger, rouuder and whiter. I omitted! lo measute aa well as weigh, bul leel conn di nt lhat the futly matured wheal outmesiur. rd tbe other fully aa much as il outweighed it. All '.hese trials eie made in ibe presence of two other gentlemen. If any reliance can be p'aced 00 tbeie ex prritnrnis, tbey seem lo prove that farmers sustain a great loss from early harvesting, by which 1 mean, bsrvaeting baf g'sin fullv maturr.l ,n,, " 1,0 looa re Pood in It i.aia Quintal in Portug 1 Q nulal in Smyrna Quintal in Sf am y iinial in Turkey Koltoli in Portugal Kotlole in (enn Rotiolo in Leghorn do 17- lb. 106 lo 1 it i 4 do 175 to I'J-'i is cq'ial to about I u.li 0 is about lbs 1 1 lbs 3jf I nearly bosh 6 tu.h 1.599 do8e4 lbs 2 21 bo-.h p: over do r-L'j d.7S4 5 nearly do '.)'S do 9.') do 6 do VI d 7u ioi I3fi do 75 over do d'J Ib. If. 5 -I do IS 4 ot .ii 3 lb 75 in r 4 busii 3 4.1 doU4 do 30 contains over bush 93 ltS3 gals 14 94 do 17 is a little over inches 10 lbs 13 1; do 13.11 gals ICO to Ibl . Oa . certain day, about one month there-, W m.d.e tdJ o Z, " -P-" 'penod-Jcal revolution, or inte, .eo "ur sigh' ; o (he love of the d'ad one of our domestic (1 ck ie more cotis'snt and strung with time, while affection for the survivor ! suffe'ra lpsf, from occasional absenc, or from hum n frailty. When tbe mother smiles upnn her child in the cradle, she may imagine her affection con s'ant and perfect ; but there ie too much of hnpe lo inuke it certain; too much of se'fWh feeling lo have it pure. It is not unlit "she goeth to the grave lo weep lheie"ihat ahe fh(j'i, that with the cessation of hope, has beeo the purification of love. Ti.e hillock that rises above ibe crflm of her child is the altar where is iaid the self. iihr.es of the mothei's heart on which the fire of heaven descends to consume the offer ing and spprote tbe sacr.fi s. Joitph R. Chandler. Mswati's store and asked fur a pair of shoes, boy, trusl in God, and walk io his ways, and While John waa trying bow the shoes fined Uoa eb ' " Pul lo'shame. !ow run the lad v ennui red- " v " ",rI" Jrm,r Ua 'b baker, and bring him here; and 1 shall wore, Jobo Pelsue by name hat has become I watch the gold until he comes." So the boy him?" " Yes." says Mawatt, " but what has ' fan for the b.ker. become of him I would give a good dcsl to! " Drother-woikman," Siid ihe old man, learn." He then relaltd lite story as above you hive made seme mistake, and almost eta'ed. " Strange !" replied the lady. "Andjlost jour money," and he shoard (he buker you bare ot aeeo bi n since!" No," replied , the gold, and told him how it had been found Mowatt. "I have not seen him since. ' Ye, Is it thine ?" aked the father, "if it is, you have aeen bim, replied the lady. "I ' take it airsy.' certainly," aaye Mowatt, " would not contra dict a lady of your appearance; but I bave .My father, baki-r, is very poor, and" " Si'ence, my child, put me not to shame not seen him to my knowledge." " Weir by thy comj Uints. I am g'ad we have iav then," saye ahe, "I am Joho Pelsue; snd ed (hi man fum losing hie money, lhat subject oa whom we held the j iry, was ; The baker had been gazing alternately on the corpse of my busbind. My family name ihe honest father and the eager boy, and the is Randall. 1 was born ia Ph lidclphia. 1 gold wbicb lay glittering on the green turf. ttarried (against Ihe wishes of my parents) ' Thou art, indeed, an honset fellow, said the bn Conner; a sober iudustrious man, by b-.knr.snd my neij-bbor, David tht flu dresser, trade a shoemaker. 'Fe lived happily for J apeke but the truth when he said thou werl the two years. lie took to drinking, neglected honeitest n an in the town. Nuw 1 shall tell bis business, end once struck me, while in j thee about tbe gold: a stranger came to my liquor. We had no family, so 1 resolved, J shop three days sgo, and gave me that loaf, and while we were etitching shoes logether, to told me lo sell it cheaply, or give il away learn bia trade and leave bim, I soon made e , io the bouestest poor man whom I koew in . leasable shoe, when I assumed the male at. the city. 1 told David to eend thee to me as lire, cams to New Yoik, and you gave me a customer, this morning ; as thou wouldst work ss journeyman. The rest you know.1 ' oot take tbo loaf for nothing, I sold it lo ihee, John told lbs present narrator, some da) e af-1 as thou knowest, for the lest pence io th, ler, Ibal oa bearing this, be was dumbfounded, purse ; and the loar with all its treasures Well, madam," esys Jjha, " what are end, certes, it is not small is thine, and God your plana for lbs futursT" Siys she, "1 .grant ihee a blessing with it t" have not formed my plan." " Well," says Jobs, " 1 liked you as journey man, and when - say foreman, I was pleased, suppose oow we f a into partnership for life I" la forty eight boars thereafter tbey were married. iShe was a fine looking woman, and might bave passed for Iweoly-five. .This, perhaps, is the first instance on re cord of a woman's sitting as Corooei's jjry. msn on ihe corpse ef ber busbsod. The e bove is a simple tale of truth. I was witness lo all. lbs facts. GRANT THORN BURN. Csaden, March, 1650.! A Short fireside Story. The folloviof well told story furnishes s striking iastanca of tbo old proverb " Hon est is ibe beet policy." Hoaeaty rosy seem for a time to bars rather tba worst of it io The poor father Lent his lieid to the ground, while tears ran from his eyes. U s buy ran sod put bis am s about his neck, and said, "1 ahall always, liko you, my father, trust God, and do what is right, fur 1 am surs ii will nsver put us to sban.e. Uovr a Dill cltiuan avoided Jury lnly. A few years since a Dj'ch vessel landed st Mobile s good'y number of lbs inhabitants of Souikroui'-doot, one of whom found bis wsy up the Tombigbee' and seeing on its bsoks an opening for an enlerpraing Dutch man, landed, and built him a warehouse. A while afler bis naturalization, tbe Serifr sum. wooed lbs aforesaid Dutchman to serve on jury. Djlch was very aoaious lo be excused, ae (he cotton bales were coming io very rs. pidly, snd a rival warehouse was becoming troublesome. A Ca'ood Oitr. The Boston Post tells the following good lory : O d Bjrty Williard was a wheel wright by trade, end, though sn excellent workman, wsa remarkable for bis habit of procrsstioa'.ion. He would promise, and then bre ik his engige meet, over and over sgun, with as little scruple and as many "positively lists" as a theatri cal star. Having pledged his word lo a very urgent customer, for the third lime, that he would have bis cart done by a certain day, Barly again failed lo keep bis engagement, and on (he djy, the carl was unfinished. " Well," said ths customer, " ou have goi my cart done by this time, of course." " Yes," said Barty. " I have d jns lbs work, and supposed it wss quite re-idy fur you when I discovored ibat I bad made a mistake a very unaccountable mistake that will put me back a fortnight." . " Ab, indeed," siid ihe customer ; " hsl'e the trouble t" . "Why you see," said Dirty. 1 have made a mistake 1 never made such a blun der before in my life I bave committed the ridiculous mistake of making both wheels for tho ssoie side, they are both off wheels !" . " Is it possible ?" said Ihe customer, who waa ihrnugbly mystified, and an allowed Bar. ty anotbsr fortnight to finish ihe earl. . " ill M i. Agriculture is Ihe foundation of all weahb ; ibereforo build oq it largely, .V equal to 36 It 2 n neirly Ibe r'l.OS do l-': 4 d Q6 do 167 3 rs doia4.a do a I lei 3 from both 7 85 to 3 77 Schrtfal in Germany varies from I) la nearly ba-h 3 Ship pound ia Hamburg end Denmark Pw 331 Ship pound ia Holland lb 3014 ea Siaro tn Trieste burn 3J Tale in China t II Vara in RiaJaoeire I) yds nearly Vara in Sain 100 are equal toy a". U-U Wersl in liuwia feat 32(H) i.r.;Ai. rtATiJi or ivrrmxr in ths PirTEitT svarts axe TvaaiToaita. Maine 6 per cent; forfeit ef Ihe claim. son can be given for longer dulay. I had intended lo uinko some trials on a larger seals during the harvest of la it )esr, bul was prevented f'om doing eo by csuses bey nd my control; and 1 noe send you the results of these small ones, lo be submitted, if you choose, to my brother farmnrs, by way of calling their attention to a sul jecl apparent ty not yet understood. Respeclfu'ly, yours, WILLIAM V. TAYLOR. The Tie Id Itcan. am sorry to see this article so little cul tivated among our farmers, inasmuch at there are but few corps cultivated mors lucrative, probably, than the fia'd beao. O i light soils, they alwaya ) it-Id a remunerating crop, and succeed generally far better, under every mod ification of season, lhan most productions. But Utile manure is rrq'iired ae too i-IIlienl a supply cf humus is lit tile to induce a die prnporiiona'e or morbid development of ha lum, which ia by no means conducive to pro ductiveness es in all cases where the veins are escetsive in their luxuriance, less weight of grsin is invariably real. a. 'd than where the stalks are not pampered to undue rxpantjun. Plants which spring up forluitoualy on com. post beeps, rarely mature (heir seeds, or wheo they do, fail lo realize Ihe extravagant evpec tations their eaily precociousness rarely fails to produce. I hare found lhat by breaking up my aeard lands which hsd, by long crop ping in grate, become loo far impoverished lo grant a reasonable lemuuereiion in lhat crop, tod plan ing ihe fi'ld bean, with gyp turn and home aahea in ibe bill, and a broad cast application of the same, after hoeing, I secured a fine preparation of the soil, fur a crop of coin, and that this grain succeeds much better on lands so prepared, with one half (he manure, than on sward lands frssbly broken, or even on those cultivsted with a manured cropV potatoes, lbs prsvious yesr. It is now generally conceded lhat all leguminous plants abstract but little front the vi'al.ly of ihe soil except during ihe brief period in which they are engaged in elaborating ihe esseniial prin ciples of ihe seed. The Urge broad leaves of ibis species of vegetation, srs se constituted by nature aa lo derivo lbs greater portion of thrir nutriment from ths slmoaphere, snd benes it is that Ibe bean, when grown snd pulled at tba peirod of infi trsscsnce, tends reibef to ameliorate Ibao improveibb tba soil. New Hampshire S per cent ; for'til ( thrice the aino'int unlawfully taken. Vermont 6 ner -' 'try III action and eol. M iaacliuelta o per cent ; forleil of thrice the u suiy. lilrndt I!and fi per cent; forfeit of the usury and interest on the debt. Connecticut 6 per eenl; forfeit of the whole debt. New Y'k 7 per ceol ; usurious eoni'arts Void. New Jersey 7 per ceol; forfait of ihe who debt. Pennsylvania 6 per cent ; forfeit of the hole d. bl. Delaware C per cent ; furtVi: of the whole debt. Maryland C per cn.l; cn tobacco contracts S, usu rious contracts void. Virginia 6 per cent; forfeit double the o.orr. Nirlti Carolina 6 per cent; mnii.c's for uaury void; forfeit double li t urury. iwutli Carolina 7 per cenl; forfeit of interest and premium taken, wuhtwts. t.eoria 8 per cent ; forfeit llirire Ihe usury. Alabama B per cent; forfeit interest and usury. Mississippi d per ceni; by coutrail 1U; usury re cnverable in action of debt. Loui.iana 5per cent ; bank Interest S : contract 8; b-yond oorilracl, imerttt Void. 1'ennes.ee 6 per cent ; usurious contracts void. Kentucky 6 per cent; usury recoverable wi h cost. Ohio 6 per cent J usurious contracts oid. I nilian 6 ir cent ; s fine of double the eice.s. Illinois U per cent; by Contract 1 1, beyond lorlcil llirire Ihe interest. Missouri 6 per cent; hy contract 10. if beyond, forfeit of interest snd u-uiy. Mil hijtn 7 per ten' ; forfeit of uturr ) of debt. Aikansa 6 per cent; by agreement 10; usury re corerable, but contract void. District Columbia fi per cent ; usurious contracts void. Florida 8 per eenl; forfeit Interest and sices. Wisconsin 7 per cent; ly contract 14; forfeit thrice the excess. Iowe 7 per cenl; by agreement 13; forfeit thrice the eiceea. Ou debitor j'idgtntntsin favor of ihe United Slatce interest is computed at 6 per cent per annum. RAT 1 4 or ;oli. United Slates Eagle, old emi-aion flO f-6 - new do . 10 00 England, Guinea ' S 07 " Hoverrijn 4 el " Seven Shilling piece 1 61) France, Double Louie, before I7b6 9 C'J . " I-ouis do 4 M " Double Louis, since 17t6 9 13 " l.ouia do 4 57 Double Napoleon, or 40 francs 7 TO " Napoleon, or 30 franco 3 eS " same ae new Louis Guinea 4 fij Frankfort on the Main Ducat il 37 Hamburg do 3 37 Malta Double Louis 9 37 ' louie 4 hf " Demi Louia 3 33 Meiicen Doubloon 15 S3 Holland, Double Ria Dollar 13 30 " Rix Dollar 6 04 " Ducat 9 87 Ten Guilder piece 4 00 Portugal, Dobraon 3-j 70 " I"b'a n 10 Johannes 17 OH Spain, Doubloon, 177 16 03 since 1773 15 34 " Pistol 3 H8 Colnmbis Doubloon , 15 3.1 Specie Dollar of Norwsy and Swedes 1 06 Specie Dollar of Denmark 05 Tholerof Prussia end Norths-n Ste'es of Germ'y 3(1 Florin of Southern Staiee of Germany 40 Florin of Austrian Empire and of City of Angsb'g 4H Lira ol Lombardo Veniiian Kingdom eV Tuscany 16 Frane of Francs and of Oelgiuin, and Livre of 8ardinie i - , g Ducat of Naplre ' HQ Ounce of Sicily ; " -' '' g Pottnd eflhe Dlti.h Provinces of Nova Soolis, Wcw Bruntwic, WswfouDiUk-d A. Canada 4 00 ITirwi u.ii:lotti:, .1: c. f 11IIE above establishment, sitoaird un Maia JO. Street, third lot North of lle Public Stjaare, in the town of Cbarlmtc, has been ceastantly kepi open by the present Proprietor, from the 1st ef January, Ih-IU l ne present time, for III serosa, niodation of the Public, and will continue to ss kept open for the same purpose. - - Tlie hlslahlishntent has be. enlarged snd Its. proved to a very cw siderable etlenl within the last loo yeara Ibe entire building is in eoinpltt, repair and is eo eonslrucled that sll ths room have abundaul light and can be ventilated at pica, aore. The Stable are not m'erior to any bclonrt to eny similar Eslabli.hiniot in V. cetera Nor k Carolina; and car will be taken that they shall alwsvs be eunnlicd with abundance of food stale and provtndcr and attended by faithful and tspa. fieneed 1 1 oath re. Ths Subrcribcr w ill use every eserlina to gin satisfaction to all who may pslroniie bis lluv, and hctilstet not lo ray that, from ten years' u. psrirnc he will he al ia te keep up the aceomne. dalion at ihe Carolina Inn, in a style notturpee. ed by any Publio House ia th iinlri ier eoonUy end he lakee this opportunity to return hie eor. dial respects to s generous Publio for past faiort and respectfully solicits a continuance of their patrnnare end co6dence. PROVF.R9 can, at all timee, he supplied wii, convenient end-well er.cloaod lots, free of ehargc, and lurni.lud wilh grain at low prices. II 7" 'I be Charlotle and Camden Stages ertii, tni deparl tri weekly. - JENNINGS D. Kf'.RH. Oct. 18, H 5Hf if 13 L I W . Hk;iU . l 1 a w . .aT t a 1 in t. .4 11 1' ii t n 1 V 11 ot r 1 CiSMCR Of ail NO AND CKOBCC ST Bit ITS, CIIAnLISTON,.f. Vf N addition lo the laie improvemenls Ie lij L. crataht.hmainl. ten ntsra neia roMii.kii.lM ...j.j t.. ik. ........ . r... . 1. l . coininoaaiion 01 ni it lends. Il will compare a TOieiy un any aniiar srsieuiisomcili, ciidst a poini 01 ercnueciuru scaoiy Dr lie eecvmirioei lions, in Ihe Southi rn countrv. Th Amentia It conveniently silu.led in re' peel to ths It. iiuao si. a o ram 00a 1 lamiing, neing rmil-eiit i.wi.. pn.v. Himmi im m evi ry eiclion to give satialaclion. v k iirni- Oct. 19,1640. Hit IR. KUIIIaS Abyssinia Mixture, t- r-. t tl r. m. Vcl, lienor 1 1. Gleel, Fluor A I bos, or lit lilies. nM.srer, vusu outone, axe. Cou tlituN-C, Ave I.IMi irr. j. rtiini imr rtiri V. ,li ..I,... f......j . - - r " w - ... . sona as tfit f r a . h uni.t. 1 1. . If ...... . f and Ihe Abyssinia Miature, we hare told em tome lime Toe Restorer and Ihe DrpHran Powder, hat pri vtd lo be Very cffioacicea k follDctt of Ihe cheat, libeomsii.m.f or lp,b ii.LDi.ninn ui ie i-rc. itoi;iit. end olher t mr H1..m.. U'. m ........ A . 1.. ai v . III l .H lli money rrtomtd. but on lh eontmiy. eii on. n.s prai.ro ua greal .anal t posicra. "a rtii a.n youra, ro; r. llu.ly, A A D. W. lioNtYClTT Co!coid, N.C., Jctr33,l8ti n. tr..i.tn... ;:.. tlL u ..... r ,. . .. - ..... ...... vw, .nii g u ill. i ... ... tl-. L ... . . a........ .11 . . . ..... . ... ... . . . n .11 mini , in ran sj, 11 or.r aiiea. w nave sain for Store of Ihe Ablseiuia Miilura. ! toe pcs.v nv tj mm .wii praMluie sik:o a aupj- wiucn win answer Hie gr.al demand. Very reepscllullv vonre. I'll 1 1-tR V YORKt T . n t is . w is t. f Vrttk ( Oee. Mo Coiarv, N. Cn Dtc. 33, IK' Dr.J. Kuhl Dear Sit i eoinpl.ini, I'r J.p.ua f'lcri, Fiuor Albus,a was for about twelve months alUnced ay fas our eminent physicien, without any (Red. every on sucreaaively declared her incurable. mat s:i had lo die. li then procured ts cured her ci lirely. She hat tines nitrriei , - m--- .... ...rr. - -. - in many jinr disease., ut particulail; lea1"! ai.ca.es, in wiiuo it tiiould have the prelaw 01 an oiner. : Youra ubedientle. DUGALD McDUOAin Price forth Abyssinia Miatur perbttutl cents, i ot n.iiu. Likewi. on hand and (or sain, Dr. KuW's j tluror, Univuraal Platter, Gold Mine B1.I T J. I1ULTON. Aseal. ' ,. Charltlt,K-- Wanted. A T the Cli.rtotttj Hotel, Dultr, tffH iM. Iry, and all kinds of provisions. I j d torn Charlotte, Oct 13, 1843. . TWO DOLLARS per annum In adrtoeti DOLLARS and FIFTY CENTS if ' be delayed thrr monihs; snd THR" LARS if nut paid until ths clots f thtrt Flattering ojfert to Club' 6 copies on year lo en direction, l' 9 H ,l , a, . M J M M ' M at H 4 M M II ' ' 9 ITIJ...1I.....1. I..i. J ., n.a Pol!" mu . v. .im...l. 1 1 1 n- III. . . - - - . I square, V19 lines or les, this sited tyl Ural insertion, end SA cent for etch tstj , snne. Court advertitements snd ShetiB 'J charred 35 per cent, higher; snd s m1" of 3.)i par cent, will be mad fioin ihe rrr . (iilces, for advertiser by th jeer. A' , rnent Inserted monthly or 1",r'', '-tJ . square fur eaoh lime. Bemi-niontW "1 per square for each lime. trPottmtsers ars aulboiW Ie act M Ci