The smallest and meaueit of all counterfeits is now oirotalatifig in great numbers tbroughout the country. II V a counterfeit iive-eent picce, and it i worthless only becauso the counterfeit, althongh it is ident-cal in weight at.d flneness with the gennine coin, and wortli list as niuch, is not made at the Ü vernment mint. Sotneof the oopnterfeits were recently sent to the Saperiutendent of the Mint in Phüadeípbía bj the I l'reasurer, for the purpose of mikiug inquiries, and to tost their value. The Superintodent says the counterfeits have been assayed and found to contain copper and nickel in the legal proportion ; that the coins are of proper weight, tóze and linish, and just as valuble as the good ooin. The only way to deteot the tipurioiis is by the iuiperieot iuipg-. f tho legend, "In God Mí triwt.'