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'11 1 1 UNION.THE CONSTITUTION A M TH E LI ITS Til E OUAKIHiNS OF OUR I.IBKKTY. 0 Vol. 5 XVIII. TiifiwDAV. Aovr.Tinr.u in. ih-17. 4-o. i to;. IF I h w III Ii in 1HJH1 A.Eicklo&Co, I! WE j4 VMMtvrJ tkrtr stark mi 11111 J a 11 latrr tH ibeee- jirtir equity kMlsM I llu BaaitaV I TV aw drtanMwnl to aril n small rBI UK NUMC UI FU "J (Vat Ml W It XBrtWV. ft-alaf. tVeawat.'TatW. I'aiartr 11!, ami m Cart al lufcW TrW &wt rha wwit, H he lilr ia ewduM fur liJU. tMularrfi. Ringold .Artillery! AM aw aswittog ik4 epenbit mj a8 an u-..i-u.-ij;.-r I Dry Goods, Groceries, ai ev vaneiv eanauv aer m a twy ikm Mir, wUa I .UW la Ihe l4ir mm Mb-r Im. j tlu they bate IwiruAjf been auU. FctUu' rru.-ful to ilf ui4ir t a tiars I M Miirt atunih to ttfim-ai. aJ Cir ik-Uiij;. to Mill m ja w Maaiin miiii bum w aim w ua wavak WIU.UM NEUHX. Attention ! Tn Ike eimmiSvifJ mmf mm-otmmimumnt ttf- Oir an hnrh)- curaniauJcJ to allfiitl al VU Can Tricr'a im I'fLlav Ih 3J of Ihrriulicr. al II Vi4, arna.il anJ rquij4 Caritiill um-Ur, ami iwn want.! ami ai Huiuay .no nil, ai( rl.i.wiHr. I ;ariMie raitiiira luf KitUuon ru'iriar. (T I ua ulU- j rai taMa he tut la u at ru'iriar. (LJ ' o-ra iU aiirnd Ibt-ir Jiill n KraUv iih euu. II. K. W ITHEUNPOU.N, M-. Xoemlirf 8, 01 Trust Sale. S MitMrriiirr .v the Ute Jolm A. Kaurett fur V virtue of a VrrA in Truai, meratail to die rrriaia imqaawa throin nainrd, twill r4uw.l1. m-II, brfiire ilie rMurt h.NMf iknr m tbe t"o 4 , " ' -- - - . IIiI1iJmicuu''Ii.uu TurnJav lite 23J.lai of .ori-l u, ecu (kiuft- tbe -h.I ,Uy of 'Hat itT LL;...L.t.Li..jb iif..i it.- irr; One utbrr Trar cartaiiiiiis I W Ar.nare ur leaa. kuoa aa tbe raliurr Ltev, tjaiHnit I'aiil, l'ani4i and uttar ; al tho l wil tbe ri . wlM-n-uii tltf f"lin aial atdUlc an Ntu iH.I, ami ll.iune and lico-uii tbe uU FuihtII ru H.M. al)iNiiui!; Prwb J.mio alu one lut ad j.Hiiinj t'at. Kerry, No. h!t, ami nc !a t on tho ,rt aide of llctaey l'artiil, kiiuaa an No. 47. A cn-tlit af nine muollia will lie &ttt, tlie mr cimt livin; UhijI with a(wucd w-cuiilv, tsilU iulcreat fruut the date. JOSEI'll ALLISON', Truce. 0.-tolrS7. 1)2 3ar HHin. wwn.1" ww.M .Mn...i.in -i Trust Sale, BV virtue uf a Dw-d in Truct.nmW by lb? Inia John A. Faur.lt to tlie und. ii.;iM-d. he will uflcr for al, at the court him in HilM.ir.iugh, Ihe VSA day of NuvraiUf next, (heini! IIh- Sd j.v vf euurt week.) Tve likely .fii o ' .licit, by Ihe nauiea of Waller and Frank uv.. are eiot-lteitt raqirutera, aubcr and rica.ly. One of aakl hoya will be aold fr fault, awl the other on a credit of nine' month, the unliaM-r pin bond and pod awurity, with interest fnaii 1 C. i F A I C ETT, Tturtce. Oi-tubM . . .. oa aw STATE OF NQUTII CAUOLLNA, OBAMSaV t'Ol'XTV. Court of I'leas and Quarter Sessions, . Angtiat Term, 1847. Vtmhtiie Van, J . v. V. Petition ft llowcr. WillU J. Vunn, end vlhtrt.) IlitruHu Yohh, Adufr, Af- ) V , ' Wtllh J. Van, end other. Pftiiiim ' U SaktofNegwea. IT aparing to tlie (talixfiwlkm of the Court,! JL ih.i U'iiiu J. Vymi. one of the tkfcmUnta in tlie row, U not an inhabitant of thi tSnite;. It j WfOItVt at WIS t watt rwuh, on the fourth Moiwlay in .ocnnr uev t.i i.lca.1, anwer or tli-imir io mc iwre-wi-ir. ' ' rva i ff ..I ai tin Iiiiii. I Price adv, Fifteen Dollars Reward.1 RX away from the- ilecrilr, on the lth' iiwuut, a Negro Man, by the name of AN- DERKON, who lorniedy belonged to Miss II. Thomii, in the immediate vicinity of HilUbo- rmigh, s.Hl he is prabalJy now lurking in the ihlhood of .d town. Theahove r.w.a d to 15, F. Morris in HillsUwousli, or to the sul- w.U lB.venkrl.o.H.reneB?n -J HCfibrr at KoxImmouiJi, I ..... " , A HOPKINS. f)totwr95. J ' . ". . .... 02 Notice. miIE,.,MlcMguedlwvi,.ij,at the lasfAaawat I ... r. , .L..i. mil int. ton AilministntbHi on the estate ofPETEK Nil RI.lereaid, benny Rivesnot.ee to mi per - w thercfiae ordereJ hy tne u-oun, mai r'T-i twenty veaM successively, in ' 1" onraOehf peas, and from an ori TZ Z ;-! - W b"shpU offcotrn 44. . at. A -.uirft It.tlla 111 HiIImimi-. it nnw -ipltla thirtV to lortV. i-nuurv oi Horn., or iney win m-a. . tatp(. ljle 5;me ,or ,1)0re lIiall Ullrly Witiieias Joseph AHi.n, Clerk of -..iJ veir, mnvpeotivelv. i corn; (he also at ollice, the fourth Monday of Augu-t, IS47. plnnted the rornfielCl pea with hi. corn, - JOSEPH ALLISON, c. c. c. , . . f ,he ol,e alj (j,) ,e improved R 00. ou ow NMiittklttedtoiratd e-ate to make im meilii.to ,lut,hled ant loritv in direct con p4ym.nl; and .tlMMnbavniR claim atpim. the ca-, Mr C . men's views late, will onaant them, pr..pc.ly autliontieuted, cttrieni e. loo. with. Mr. t.rucll s vieb witl.ii. tlie time preriU-d by law, or thin notice. 0n the same subject, which I have reler will I plead in bar or their nr-overy. I m i oa a former occasion. Lespectrul- JOHN HOLT, Adnt'r. I , JOSEPH E. MUSE. Octor20. ,. 0183 wp.1, - . ..tit sl'll'l Y ""I her Cool. Alexander McUish, I'UhSrl rL I I Iti . t ,. , of . . i,,,,,. A FRKSII .......Iv tvf MOFFATH PIMeS ft I'litEXIX MlTEIfe. in received n.! f irwle AT TUW OFFICE. 0,-..lnr 111. tHr May yoer t' wit, RtY4H(, nature' la-tut Ui-wtn; pour O'rl rrfj Uud. EAH Apl-Ir, Mr w I aadafcige, M.L. Ortobrf 17, MIT. : T .... r.i:t. .j-.i. t r.. . , nJ J 0. fair specimens. "'0 lap foul .f three kind Of IV, s'!l "rornfu lil pt-a in ihe uutli( ,tre il y (lw f ihcni) vrar, !v Km lurU A'Um, eiMi of Nanvrmunil rminiv. Va. aa rrral : inimu-rf f th toil. 1 luv ktucltrd ' Ubrlt to llirir rrjrf lire rt ilie une i raJIcJ ilif IJIack or Tory IVi, anoidrr, M the Kelly," a yellow pra, and the ibiril . ia cath'it the Kocky niounlaln rat ! wliiili Mi. A. aara, wan Hut llirre IV Capl. IVuHMit, wlule invellinj in ihai roumrv, of ilijji lal,julv nrrivrtl, Mr. ! A. hat no cxporii'iu e, but frum the iin- ? . m a n a meiifily of ilir loi (fr a pi'a) wliith Uu ., U,, ,or, ani imlUCCU Ulfeild iM ' . l( niU!ilebe ival0lUe aa an ' . ; , , , improver ; it inea-urcd, when recent) V oh- - t ... ; . . ! . r . .. t laincii, iwu ineuca m circumifreni'e, ami not corneal a aual in tap root, but re. j taiuing thia aize f.r ai inehea in the , . i .1 - t :. t. LrMayl-trbr tr im bea long. thu pervading a apart of , r twenty, to lorty inche, Uiauieter; the ; main atcni above grmmd, runs up to about (in r 11 ! v r ,,, ' .1"'. ,1.... l...... i..l..... I.. I ,ure mMv e ix nraeed ieMla. arow in e utera. at the ! - p ----- . i IVa" ia much smaller, but ita foliage is nearly canal to that of tin itu-i . t. a . - .. i .. . r .11 i ff , I. , . extremity of eac h Hem, and contain a re- one, who, among other thtnge, bitea back tlione bIkiuI llient. nut tne goo.i nearer wnnoui ni cir.., .v . ry amall grey e.d.n d aeeil. i upon hiinnrlf, a eotnemnenia are raid to'tcntupea toMippoxc thai the being addrcas-, '"nt thay behaved would bt made by it " The lU k Tea ha, aUo, a larce tap ' do, when thev are wounded, and die by jed by the epeakcr I hiui.-t lf, and acts at- in olid manner, root. and many libroutbranehea, and it fo- their own pon. You had better let1 cordingly. INie mine, (aaya Hunibaldt) have n. I - !... "IM... ...a .vf it. .i k..ll.. - l.im uliiiui Vim kn n ill I'linAni tn t ill I Pi i'l'lio fffmut lifntfr iaadoerof what he doubtedly wen the ClncI aourcea Ol the iimitb iv iit' . a iiu i..t n lllg I V recnilimcuil UllS pea ir tame Ue limrc jnu irj w Mil iiiui, inr umnr uv a m roina w wi i"-!" v l " .t.t.'li.. Th. l. , .U ntin l.;m.il,'llMr5niaon.ihiiir.ndanrittveavand "-ifivvii uucu .iiu inr TAin in iii-v .in nreviow y iccetveil a communication Ironi . . - iiinuautinir niaoi".- ----7 : to that maintaineil in mv addreas at Wil SI-1 1 . 1 Z IUJV of a rolation of' crop, : and that he would collect reliable 3no". that ell bad been grown very I leatiinony, m.iiv .ii .fl 1 1 1 f X year and the land , .' " I ami crops improv nK w..m.. He ii itnes a field of lu.viwn.oi twenty acre., in the conMant cultivation of eon. (Sh he eleeption of one year iu cunt, -one ye-r in l'alina Chri.ti-ml one cToo of wale mil onO - beyond the ine. mJy t ,( X 'JmJP Zvl uie-save'S apphed to the! lirrncrP: rtrUfyieldin, , eron of corn which promises to yield for- tv bushels to the acre. Also Gen. Cres a'uo. a neishbor a field thirty-seven years in corn yield thirty to forty bushels per acre no manure applied to it now yield fonv in fiftv ner acre. Anoilier neighbor jiag PUKjtaied ihe same field fur more than corn anu ginal yield per acre. But the ee esw j a m8 striking example l. tnaioi iir. nop- r Br .i,, county. Willi CHIll . . ! . -e ! bis land so aa to make it yield more than Mr. A. writes that the nsual course is to sow the pea. broadcast when the corn receives the last working say about a ,Hlf bushel per acre : and when the corn jb a.iereij ,cv may be pastured, or a . jf .,0 ,an(, ' T ' of lhe .n(,uinff year: " " ' , ... ... . ,,IPV, .ould hilt, if le planted in drill, from the fat of June II iiiiriitci imv j"i to Ihe lOlli ol July. 1 nese peas are, nr says, considered in the South in lower Va. the two Carolina., and in Georgia, u Iipth ibev have been a long time used. as valuable in ligm nnu. aariuvrr .iin ... r,il r m go inmrnver. 1 . ......... . 1 :.. : . . .1.- iiie x ,iave i,ils,iiy sketched off a notice of ' , ..,;! facis. from their reliable jidon police olliccs, for assaulting and near jly killing a woman, excused hrtiscll by - savin r thai ho tlioiiylit it a? his wife ! tVIIll W tfiuii'j.taa - ----- bi nnnii. ,u,i. . iiik-0 .ill. ,,'..., ... ... ...... - - - ..... - - - - - lull.. mttriKnm ll.m rliimolur nr il i 1 1 II If I. Pr ll U HI I III. I have taken the liberty to introduce, 3. Ilcahlef, yon will get blown tip with 'thing," and quite often an uncoiurortablear- ouxo oi Monieion, ino ncau oi i iai iaw-f without hia knoaledgc, Mr. A .'a name,! him. if you blow him up. lie hat pow-' fair. J'tople arc not very fond of putting Hy. pome tupcrb eatttea in the pro-j HortU and Physical Conragft-Wea. andaMvrortheman)-iutcreMingaul.jeetajderalKKird.a vo.i have already painfully , them ligther. IJut the good hearer will mce ol t-xtco. Ibejr woub jclJ bim tetiaat W wsf ii tht atormtngof f hia several letter to mc on agricaltnra! extwricneetl. And you nlnmnd in that nr- not auflcr them to I Keparate.1. , annual revenue ol $300,000. but real-! Mome fortune, in the Weal Indices bit matter, and thii.gi-rt lving u,o.. hia li. I lide. aa your language shows, and if you llcaide. all the good they can do to ding in N.plea. t he gre.tei part of ln,haji lierality. to pardon the' liberty.: I had Iwth come into eontael, there will be .parks, thcinselvefi, good l".'!'?'!:'; "ToV..hclSAli.S (say Tit PatrlofUm r Uemm. . . BT . fKiOt'KSKT. , Ilowriivll eakllliebaJ luc f ' tYct Jiwtv iai ! puur taiiiufV ralLful aamal Flm AtoaMtiaa lore ! Nd, Mrfrf, IMr. AmiJ h krife f aerj moaU, W'jiK lflrj auirr to ium f (V Wild llw kwi( U(nraiM UH BuUljr to HNi aal aamr f No, Mrf, tan. Ia otir aaa 4r, iIkp lu-ailU Imitlr, Tht tatriuta brart to cImwi, TW young. uuftUmn tuiaj to guida Tttr futuna aae to irar. WUrie tJirpa llie rraJb-J inlaal Ciir, To wak'h in Who, bh4 karri hi jirtyrr, KiuiIm earn rJ auul with a Hwlf, ! AnJ frow n mi rtrnr latrnt wiU Tla ihrrala l!w nn, Uarlir tJiaiV; Mit, m b d mir lit? -h all I'roiM ilia AairrUaa McMaitprr. . -I'l.I. NOT II EAR Til AT." Slandeioira wonla had been inioken eon- eerniiig him, and thev were Kpnrki to tho 1... .: I i.. u . I iiiirr iiM-rr w;ia in ma nran. io ne blew up, a the language ulum a. And he would blow the l:nidm:r tip, too, at the ' .,e employ, ri.. a am. . . . m v .a.b.a a i . a.... (for it waa a dtMipb) who lined the Ian- guage.) ami I will act helore you a C1M1 of nior t aavorv diouiasiiT." v. - - - I I . Il u ill l,l.,tv ufr nn. if vnn will let him alone, and aave ymj the trouble. f tonirue tnalirmtia v ! Hut a backbiter i - - ...... him. Nolnxly can kill hint aa quick and Un - i.lr.llv n.l.t. ill Lifll.i.nf.ir. i ... ..w..... a ... t . ... i :ii i.: .t . i.j .:ii . , . " ..... , wiio can ihmiiu ; ami mi ine cxtmw"- - .i - ' - h - . t urn will become of you r III , - . . . , , .. mo liasii, ami atnoKc, anu noiw, u jwmrw . " i are not blackened and wounded, it will be all eyes and ear. are drinking ... his word,. a wonder. Your Chrittian profusion ! I f you a- rengc yontsell on the alatulerer, your kmhi it.iio u ill iorl'iinlv hf I'liihinnnri'd ... .. .. . , 1 on cauuoi injuro nun. nm-if i,j......'Vo.....,. - as you regard him, he is too low in tho lirtter for hav.n- t hoe go.nl hearers. falf nf "hame and ..ill for you to have . I have heard ? - l'l" any thing to do with him. ! people to h-ep ; but I have seen heaiers 3. And more. Ymir .attempt to give hearing preaehets to sleep. I hey IiohmI a. good as you have rccived. 'will bring so stupidly, languid y. sleepily, that they jo.ir feet upon sharp thorn.. Oitoofincm pat .11 the fireout there was ,n tho spoak- Lof thi, find: ."I IM- .-t gcr.lceil htm bo where it is better walking. cute vou." And there are many more gonenireauy w aiwit we... .15 .,...,. ..'... - . ...1.. i...M ...Ai A.i.i:.irt ..Amill such all along the path you wilt travel, 11 mm. on me crs;c " ; .,. -Aivi 1 .i i. .t...,.lr. ! u lt.it it U bm business to keen us a- annumiy uivi VIIU IWail IU u auu"iuuii mt .iiimiii.i. - - -- . . .... . c. . ... 1 1. 1... 1 1 I ... ........ ' I lii 1 a., 1 1 A uib aitnoai I bey will make vou abundance 01 inmuie. waae oy m .mi . You had better keep out of that path, and is your business to keep him awake by f", "w'lue 4. You will lose the company of good his preaching. .Mien attention woum n men who have eone before vou.'il you do; rouse, comfort and animate him. Why n..t fnrliPnr. rherc was One of old, of whom it was written, that he was " holy, harmless, un- uti' aad . ik'filed, and separate irtMii sinners, aaJ yet was he the victim of the basest lan- ders hnman malice ever invented. Yet,; when he was reviled, he reviled not a-j Gooi Advice. Leery youth should .tiU" learly learn the importance of sell-reliance. An.1 thnrn m nn one after him. emi-' If ho would make any advancement up ncntlybearinghisliketiesMhcsaintcdl'aul, 9 . .. :.. 1.. who was second only to his Master in be ing the object of scorn and contempt. Hut instead of busying himself in an ousel up- ou the seoH'ers, he wrote as follows con- corning the matter: " living reviled, we Idi'ss t beiiiit defamed, we entreat. If Paul liad set about looking up hia retilers, and putting things to rights in regard to them, he would have had but little time for preaching the Gospel. Good men can fiud bcllcr business. And you will travel a dif ferent path from theirs towards heaven, ir you seek to give retribution to srorners. " But I will not have tny good naiiifl j cast oul as evil. 1 owe it to my own Honor, anu ino saiciy 01 union .nun in. faincrs, to give a bitter cup to false, aceus eis." But has the glory of Christ Buffer ed an eclipse because he took precisely the opposite course from yours? And is Paul a less brilliant luminary in Zion, be cause he let Ihe tongue of malice wag with out any reply ? It is easier, wiser, safer, and more hon orable, to love and pray for the insulting and the injurious, than it is to bristle trp, and rube voice or hand against them. If yaf kare rrIlr a fend nana, jr ar iik it t iprr btiitif file, ia all t!? ma ray arMaat tm Nrf aav, I'll m War ihal." Vow haJ belief bear k. II rirrbonkaa kate beea burnt for o fcr . Liia ba bore tl.a siaa of aaaar. ,A4 aj a pi yea arUl ye by vpoa your oa auul, if you rvturacf il totL, I, 11. fm lb Ke C$l4it4 Puriaa. A COOU 1IEACCS. f - I t. I uMkL. era. liut the lesl above iMiiie4 fe worthy f I . A good hearer will eom (n the aane. ai;rraul lifin InraJ anJ lieiiif drink. trtber nnndr come tlw-re r diiera other ' wiriviaee ihaii that of hearing lut that U . kiai arrntbiL ...... - . r . j W.re I n ill Ime car. Itobcaf. ; ! . And lie will ronte pfomptly. IleraJ .interrated, and in raraeet, and he ft-H that he low wnrrthiiv to do with the A!- ph 4 well aa tlie On & of dn ine t-, TM-ej tml he cannot inurmpt otlier peo. Plc't heariiisbv ala'r arrival. You will fuiilUiegiKKlhwtr-riiiirH H ire in gotl time. I 3. Aininemuftticar wim miiriipnyrr. lledidotfoiwtth:rt bf'.r.hrl. lthoiii., bm wm.w.! nn bia lieart inlo a fit atate to reeeiee the Word ere tbe hotir of puMir worship arrived, iml I kept on keeping liia IimiI tvTinn. Itv frisniptillv lil'iiiie it im to the throne of graee. Theae fr;niieiii " ' 1 looks of the heart to heaven, save 1 ih- . ... I:. . .1.. . I ......:r.. ion, - earewnngir n-u-u .ui -.uu mi onr other employ iiient, ami diiriife wnp- what of heaven through nil our artioua. . .1 . i i .i.;..l . ....I a a . . m. ti ! ataaia aaa-arLeati aa mcnt of Inuring I IIC itlFl'le nil'1 iitifwa- 11 ! ' 4. The pooil hearer hear for himw If. ' proliuHe. - 'l1iir nrn n uli-iilv nf mill b who turn all tlie arrowa of divine truth to the aoulaof carefully and faithfully, to the ram? of r ' heart". Some go on swimmingly with hum mbar iiiMu-r ahimt ImNrimr till thev ' ------ .i.:. . i... 11..... i..ini ... w. n 0. -, i ami a pretty cay anu Hut doine w anoihcr " - . coniKinauio iiuug. , - . iiw :. .i.i ..-.ab. good ptMtnrrt. now it aeis ine (n an- i ,-. , aaanra tKct lifv ral U'tllA rtWIkff f Mc hn anon mem. no s,..., kih- die. hi... wonderlull v. 1 1 wnn h local moots rapioiv anmyj iw . ... power mi aiiniuuis un-n". n. i. . .. . . i . IU lironi!,lfii, a lulMlrcd fold 1 your felt and manilesleU intense interest in ( Hot ffive it to lliin ? If VOU wish him to I 1UII W Wll , be a good preacher, he a good hearer. It will do mote towards Ihiil obfi,,t timn ait ' the other thing together which you can . . ... 3 3 ' j will do more towards ; the do. Try it. j the rogscd hill of Science 01 climb the I ..., l' l... . l. Ik. 1. ni in mnVK niii. steps of Fame he has got to make hini sell, i ou may have allcetionate parents and powerful friends they will be of but littlo avail if you do not help yourself. You may have money and wealth al your command but they, of themselves, can do but little in the accomplishment of your great object. You may have the advantages of the bcsl schools and of the most valuable libraries but if you do not bring into requisition and active service the itative energies of your own mind, you will fall infinitely shott of tho ends sought for, Kcmember that industry, applica tion and energy can accomplish almost any and every thing without tliein you can do comparatively nothing. How to get rid of a phce hunter. One of the Secretaries of State for lhe United States struck out a good mode of 2ettinT rid of an intruder in a particular case. It appears thai the door-keeper of tho secretary a olltre was remarkably oblitriui;. which proved quite the tiling for a rabid ollico-seeker, who managed to get in every day aad bother the secretary Wbea lit an a)T a art kaj rotitinanl drcc'Ui CiclileiiM pea'. ask.J by E. Wat or fear daja, tb nsrmiry erppcj vp one Um A; Ca aif J CoJ. awaminf ta th Ukerprr, awl iwueJ la Ik aaaaftKUira af peaa, ra fall Ic alteiher be knew halibut iaa raise tf-!rat roliej out ia nMwaa. aaJ tie a rat let ihilr, - Vt," MaJ b fwnkmarr,faiiaiIitltbreJoireJaapr.aef.lt - Moflire.1 wppoae." Tr, latb know trbal ofiW tit," - Well, tbey. I ari!l itU yoa-Je aa our pUct" Tbt meeting next more-' itsj brttrcea ma utre-aei-a.cf ami ur w , mj nuawaj lite drtur-krerier k aukl 4 liae been rkrh.;eaUai boaee, aaJ coat fraa f7 3$ froiil tba peeal'ur tutnruT iu wlikh th ! trader wa inf.uirJ thcanreiwr araa not ikk;v.n wealth.. raon tbb TBtvrui or nmBOttrT. Tbia traeeller affirna that tba ricbea off Meiice are iafiinHf aaperior to ihoae ol IV. I Irariaa laaily.Mya . a At pacMaf a fiiad etitaia a . tan a. ..a m aTawai AAitit J . ! iw,ivv Maa fJT. evil a aaa iiaf im naavaa auraa inniainuiia aav aan n Pwm n bun, aad 'y"!ttBino., te , amoaata to a mdhoa of ffiBet (r200.000.J dej The lamil of the Count da It .Ienci.no ( moo nd -t u pooeiret !one, on Ibt ridft oa t AtiJia, a propane worth 5.000.000 ol j lunet. (5.0.0Wl wtibout hictuuibj . l,,"i"r VU"na"Vb,c j" -........ , 00(1 litre (t2 10.000.) The Couat da Itrft hudt at hi owo 'eipa ! ol Ihe large.! aiie, onh $000,000. and preented them to the Ktflf ol tPiin. m.. i r ii I-- I I nt HBJiiy Ol l.i"f;, writ anuwn; fir ita ben neficenee. tnudl-genee and te iblie good, eihibiu ihe example j lor the pull ol the rie.-esi wealth wbieh wa, ever dented from a mine. A einKl teia - bich the Marquta of Fifjoago pooeraee.On rearbing Wiina, lie remeintterea bit J" i - - w 1 ur iiiuiiiiib. aaia 1.1111 r c a uiiUHtiuua a i oeit profit ol f 1,000,000, Tbe European reader will be atill more . ' t 1 m aatoniatird, wbea I inform Mai ol estraor dtoary (act, that Una rimdy lent aboat the "on" and a ball Ol Irabca, l.fiOW.ouO; t . !..... -. - f -eaten lortunca of Mexico; but there i l0 a contiderable number ol itch Utni V. t u i i r any mmea. Swell are the deacend.nts ol iih nn niir never uau hid wuiaini? m nimea, whm. . Coitef, the conrjueror Mexici. I1ie Oft a a WO . I .1 I a i , wealth centred in the bands of a lew indi vidual in Mexico, continues Humboldt.) I will add exact cstablihmaois ol the rev enue of some ol the Mexican clergy; a vatt number of whom iulTcr extreino pov erty, while oiher. posse, revenue, iwh'ich aurpas. those of ruiiy of the .ove icign priucva ol Germany. For exam ple : The Ar.hihop of Mexico roouives annuullv. $130,000 : in!''00. ': 'jjjj'utio' 35,0(10 30,000 The Hirfhop of Ptu'lila, - of ValUilolid of t!.uulal.ix.ro, " of Durungo, of Monterey, " of Vucituu, of O.ircara, 0,000 18,000 6,000 of fc'onora, enormous .am of $539,000 ded among eight clergymen ! uflicieiitto defray the ex- civil government ol the Uni- Uut it i. in Mexico, a. elitehere, the inordinate wealth of a low makes the ioor- J t m aata. 1 t ,, poreny 01 many. 1 ne great oouy 01 I " - mm 1 I T J S . . ' . , 'gy " wallowing in princely rattttt. i t 1 ha metrnitoli alone, a city wbmb con- lain 40.000 inhabitants you may see 20.000 poor wretches, living in the open an, and depending for their bread upou the bounty of the passenger. COLD PEN STATISTICS. The intelligent New York correspon dent of the Charleston Courier, has given in one of hia late letter, an interesting account of the intention of gold pena, and the manner in which they are made, a portion of which we subjoin: The first pen of the sort ever used was in 1838. Tht idea of the utility of gold for the. purpose wa. conceived by tbe Uuv. Mr. Cleveland. He ectutounicatcd ihi. idea to Mr. Brown, who improved on it, and immediately went into the business. He was followed by some half a dozen others. Bagley i. bow the most extensive manufacturer of lhe article, and he employs 111 it a capital of $80,000. Hi. expenses are IU, 000, per week. Piatt & Brothers, in Uni early stage, of the manulacture, made a contract with Brown A; Bagley for all the pens they made, and thus had lhe monopoly of the market for three year. Tbey aold $75,000 per annum nf this article, nearly one hall ol which was profit. Bagley then went on, and has made a rapid loriune. Hi. pens rank the I first in tbe maikel, tdihough Biown's and IVU a ix w a pale aed tbra rounJ do a a to rbe re quired rub, T poisU art inidiaa, mv raeul foreiej oitb plauaua. Tb poinlr arc all lapotUd, geaeriuy vii&oal ia-fper oonce. Tba pene and earn atll Iroaa 10 bJ $10 par diea. Tb Banttfartar Of Uif aurer caaca ia a oiaunci oainraa( and eaploya a large rapiul. It ia aot ay t nakt aa ttumatt of tht Boater of peat maoufaetufed per aaoum, but II it probably not leaa tbaa 1,000,009, of hicb Drowa it Bajwy tatia atxmt on half. A perioa tan baa aot tboogbt ol !oa aiiljr woem Kiircij bvi'ww. ui I , . . h , DOBlld4 weihlel tdd .era uoctert f ar ia tht aaafaetort of aaeH a Uifliaf articlt aa peaa, a baaineat - w w . - ytira are yet, toe a la tot denand lor tht article ia com- ; im nAia alifT.Mitl tit fliill a TiMtm ho wrhe g ,t ,Bpr0eide4 with . eeonomieal ol all Peni. One of lhoaMllj -r0ii 1,, wbtrt tbey aeU for a guinea apiece. The Rominco of War. A French aolJier, who accompanied the erotica of Uuftia.coneeatedtamallirratureattheen trance ol a illjre near Wiloa, with t vicar of taking it wnb bioi on biaretura. Alter the deleal ol Moacow, ba Wa Dade po aonar anu anu u oiucna, ami 7 itcwt raied hia liberty at the end of lut year. Le w tin m a . - - r ------ - ' - it away. V bat wia bta amooiiDaieni to find, io place of liia roouey, a amill tin box coniaiuiDg a letter addreaaed to bim in which a commercial homo wat men tioned at Nancy, wbera be might rccaivt the aura bailed, with intorett, tiact tht year 1812. Tba aolJiar auppoaed that Uiit wa all a hoax; bt went, however, to the bouse pointed out', where he received hia capital, with twelve jeare iotereil. With tine aoto ha establuhed a email buuoca at Nancy, which enablea niiu to live conifiTibly; but be baa never baeo able, though bt baa taken great paina, to. ..... in h... hi. mni.av laaalakan aariv asceiutn bow b a mouty WMUKan mJ - - and reiloted to bim. the captuied redoubt. Hi gallaatry wat recorded in tht orderly book, and bt wat recommended for immediate promotion. Strange ti aay, the following morning ht . waited on hia commanding oflicer, then Lieut. Colonel V. d, r. and requested leave of abseuce to return to lrchiud, bit native country, and 10 retign hia coin tuiaiou ia favor ol a younger brother, who wa. desirou. of entering theaervice. The colonel, aurpriaed al this extraorduu- 'y ,euesl un ,1,e P,rl I lhe Tunf officer W.Q euch bright prospect before him, ,ery naturally a.ked bio wbat rnotivt induced bim to make so singular a pro- jpo.al; when the young man frankly told' him, that when the troop, were moving forward for tht attack, and the enemy's fiit had opened upon them, he felt a strong almost an inurmounWble--diipoaiiionlo fall out, and he believed that nothing but the lapidity of tho advaoce, and ihe shouta of ihe men, pietentcd him from disgrac ing himself; but after a i hoit time, ho ad ded,' hia brain waa on fite, he knew not wbat he did, nor where he was, and ot lound birastlf on tht summit of the breach with the colors in hia band, he knew oot bow; but he added, not without 'eomt hesitation, that be felt that the profession of arms waa not hia vocation, and (raring that at some futuro period he might oot bate aufficient moral coutage to overcome hia fear, he was desirous to leave the aer-. vice with honor while it was alill in bis power." Hard of Hearing. An old tnck, saya an Albany paper, was played off on the" sheriff at the present term of court.fli He was short lor jurors, and m&do a descent upon the stiect. . He accosted a gentle man well known in town, witn I want you in town fjr a juror," Ha," rcpli- ed the man, " speak a little louder." The sheriff pitched bis voice into a higher key. " 1 want you for a juror." " Yes, yes," nodding his head veiy signihcanliy it is a very fine day." The sheriff taking him for a very deaf man, bolted.' - The wag placed his thumb to his nose and went through the motions. ;- ; . .n ! s.; ' p0 ' 1 - -h-- A Spunky Woman. An Amazon in Pittsburg, a few days since, soundly thrash- ed her husband for daring to leave her and her little ones, ami enlist for the war. That fellow got what he deserved. It is rather a stretch of patriotiMii for a man lo ro to the wars, loai'inir a wife and ehil- jdrcn to be supported by public charily. i.