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jCST''Why is it, my son, (hat when
you drop jour breu.l mid butter, it is al
v.'svi tho bunorsit!a down!"
"1 dun't know. It oughtn't t?, ought
it? The strongest tide ought to bo up,
and this 'h t!.o strongest built.r I
uver foen
"Hush up, it is some of voui aunt's
? Di I she churn it? The luz/ lliing."
"W ,it, your mini?"
"No, this here butter. To ainke ilie
i) i? r ol.l woman churn it, when it wus
'rong fnoi:h lo churn itself."
' Hn-h Zfh, I've (at a great deal
.1 i- ii: the most iiiiiiorrotic houses."
"Well, people ol rank ou^ht lo e?l
"Why peoplo of rank?' f
Cnurc il*? rank butter." >
"You varmint you! Whsl m*kei you
'".'?msotho butter hog tiken l!i? rkin
off my tongue."
"7,th, don't lie. I can't throw away
:1. 1 butter!'
"I'll toll you whit lo do with it?
i' < p it lo draw blisters. You ought lo
the flifn keel over as 60011 as they
iU''h it."
Bailies (as soldiers know and nrws
?tj> 'i -i i!? not) aro usually fought, not a*
v ouyht to bo fought, lull as ihey can
fought, and while the literary man i?
>ying down llio low, ?.i his desk as lo
,v.v iiiany troops should move here, and
?hat rivers ought to be crossoi! there,
:;nd where (ho cavalry should have been
brought up, aud when the (i ink should
Iilivo been lurried, the wretched man who
Iiih lo do the work finds llio matter set
(ltd for him by pestilence, want of bIiocs
empty stornaobs, bad roads, heavy rains,
and a thousand oilier stern warriors who
never show on paper.
Lndy Herbert, n great grand daughter
of Loid Clive, of whose gallantry in In
ilia we have such a brilliant account by
Macau lay, has n postage stamp Album,
which is a groat curiosity. It contains
undofa.t'd specimens cf every postage
stamp in the world, and is illustrated
wih innps of the countries, and portraits
nod autographs of the respective rulers.
Ii it is richly bound, and is the most com
pile thins ol ?!'< sort ever got up.
There is a remnant of n nee ol Itidt
ans in New New Mexico who are entire
ly different from any other tr be on the
continent, and are supposed to be de
scended from the Toltoes, who preced
ed tin Aztecs. They nre small, liavo a
peculiar conformation of skull and face,
nre of peaceful habiti, and live by agri
culture. The)- weave cloth, build with
lools ma le of stone, and build towns of
stone etui mortar with wells. They
have now seven small towns; but the ru
ins of their ancient cities show that they
were once inhabited by millions.
Learning, i! is said, may bo an instru
ment of fraud; so may bread, if dischar
ge! !'r ra the mouth of a cannon be an
nirument of death, E ich way be ef
fective for evil.
"Rcbcrl, can you describe a bat'"
?Yes, Sir, he's a firing inscct, about the
r.V ? lople, has India rubber wir.es,
nnd n shoo-Strin ? 11i 1; ho sees with bis
tyea shut; and bites liko the devil."
What is the sweetest of all things??
A female volunlec- was detected by
r.itfmpting to p it her p-nts on over her
All mankind n o liks the auctioneer's
lods? goinj?going?gone.
Only an industrious life is safo and
One of th * commanders of a military
attack telegraphs: 'We liavo met the
?nemy, aud they aro hours?almad of
Water?a tluiil once used as a drink.
Senators have three ages important to
tlic-rn?mile-age, patronage, and post
*3?- ^
V ,700 I farmer is known by !,is femes
and a villain by his otfenccs.
Woman lost us onti paradise, but
ma'.cs us another.
"' ttt a wife llio lawyer is more trusty,
the o .or more respected and useful,
i in mechanic moro in luslrious, an I the
in ;rehaot gets better credit; in short a
mm without a wife is no man at all.
Aiohurch some clasp thvir hind so
light in prayer time, thai they cannot
get ihom open when the contribution
box comes round.
A gentleman said ho mads a lawyer
of his ward because he was always a ly
ing little fellow, an I he thought lie
would indulgo the natural bent of hi*
talents, '
? ?
In the third Regiment, Wisconsin Vol-1
unteers it is a rule that no soldier ran ;
Iciiyo camp without a pass, llio chap- !
lain was one day distributing tracts;
among others one headed, "Come, s n
ner?, come!" Soon alter the tract w-s
pickd up in esmn; and under the hea
din < was pencile I, "Can't lo ill C3I. K'l- i
U?r wiii'isijn my pisil" ,
Bullets sing anil whistle, but do not
make pleasant music.
The laborer wlio adds hia ?hnre in the j
general wealth, is worth a thousand do
nothings ?ho only consume.
A cubic inch of water, converted into
Heini, will ruin > tun weight on* foot
Children are our idols, through whom
the heart ascendi to heaven.
A fool's henrt dance* on hit lip?.
We ore Apt to see the clouds that hneg
over ti?, forgetting the clear blue sky
beyond them.
The trend essential of h>| pinex in
tb;? lif>' is something to hop* fur ?ai!
lotaothing to love.
Kxcessiro Politeness.?Sailing your
bat to a lady, ami dropping from it k
couple of dirty collars and u pair ol old
?lockings into the street.
Woman was sent into the world to
make mischief, and jewella were irivcn
ted altctward* to III' ke li?r still more
wise bio voua.
Strong passions are a iremenduou*
power when curbed and governed by
stronger reason.
Ladies sometime* keep charms upon
their watch-guards, but it is mora itnpor
taot to keep u watchlul guiird upon thoir
[ ehurniB.
An exchange advertises for oomposi-j
tors "who won't get drunk." and ad.laj
ihaf'the odilordneg nil the gei'.ini; drunk 1
necessnry to support the dignity o! the I
establish moitt."
A man is foolish to be jealous' of a
good woman, and n downright loul to bo
jealous of a bid one.
Sonic men are base enough, when thev
have reached tic object of their ambi
tion, to pull up the ladder by whii h they
have clitred, and look down with scorn
upon thoir companions who held it for
What are United States senators??
Men who receive jOUOO a year for trying]
to bo President. j
'?What ail< yottr eye, Joa ?" 'Noth
ing j only I told Sim he lied.'
Thero aro 618 bones in tlio human
frame : 11 in the face, 32 troth, 21 in
the ribs, 16 in the wrids, 30 in tho bands
I S in the ancles, 38 in the feet, and 342
in other parts of the body.
A councellor, asked by his client what
the jury would bring in, answered, 'II
any thing is uncertain to God himsolf, it
mist be what verdict a petit jury will
Stupid people eat belter than they
talk. Their mouths are exreliant banks
of deposit, bill poor banks of issue. ,
In onr army and service, General
Truchin isa Russian, Stuhl a Hungarian,
Mag;ji a Sardinian, Sigel a German, De
Coursy an Englishman,G isson a Swede,
Corcoran and Moagbor Irishmen, end
Kadella an Italian.
Why is Henry Ward Beeoher 1 ke
Briglitm Young' Bemuse lie has mar
ried a grest many women, and ko<ps
marrying more.
Ww. i ?r?ni?i>lnnsmirr ?ir> "iTi'? iViijiiTj
The Staunch and G-od Steamer
R. C. M. LOVELt,
j^Will ply between Syracuse and j
ial 1 ip'>)i^?1 mi 1 y, 1 cavinSvrqp:" i? ? 1
7 a I,... romeroy at 8. and arrivin - it fiallipoli !
I at. 12 am Returning, loaves (JidlJp.dis .it 1!
P. M., Point Pleasant, at Q p. in All order*!
promptly attended to. For f?vi:;ht or pvsatjrj
I apply on hoard.
\N\ R PENNINGTON, Captain,
March. R. l^.-Hm.
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C-APT. JOHN HOW'YKR.Pre. Justice.
Quarterly Terms.
Tuly Term, 1863.-A N Carry,and Jas. M
Nish. , ,
WetnborTerm.im?P.BIkms, and .Ts?.
W Mines.
? iilv Term, 1363?Isaac R- Shank, and
Jo. Henderson.
Witmbcr Term. 1863?Z.Priddy, and Jos
My Terra, 15C1--J. C. Harrison, D.S. Mon
Monthly Term?.
jnrcb Term, lBG3~Joscp)i Savine.il/id Jos
'p,"'il Terni. 1S62.--A. J NichoUs, and
Plasant Lanliam,
lav Term. 1389?Richard Foster and Jo- j
setb Henderson.
,iiio Term; 1862?Jas. W Minesand Allen j
Scroll , .
iug'tst.Term 18B3?- H. T. Carttliers. and
A.N. Curry.
September Term. 1B63-T,. rttspman and |
.fjtite* M. ???&?
October Terra. 1863-D. S. Montague, 7
PrKltlv , it i 1
Tier ember Term. 1*63.-Joserh Henderson
and W T. Vintroux. ,
Jatinarv Term. IWlW. C. Harrison, and
A. .T. Nicholas.
. r,.!,.~?ry Term, 188J-P.
R SlianV .
Miirel, Term. 1863-ffm. Cish. and Landon
\nril Torm, AJIon SArvll anil Isnnr
Mnv Trrm,1HG3-D. 9. Montai<uo, and P,
I,, |. Term,l?6"-'Henry T. Cnruthers, K
"'A^Termti^-Wm.T Vint,on, and
I1. Lnnhnm.
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7.. Priiidy. i
Oc'.ib ir Tern. 1883?Joseph Sivine, and
Win. Cash
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H. T.Ca-rulie/s.
Jannary Perm. 1861?Isaac R. Shank, and
James \V. dines.
Febrnar Term?1804?James M. Nash and
A N Ciirtv . | T
Mnrcf^ortn, IBM.?L. Clnpmnn, anil Jo
noph ITtilon. n . ,,
Apiil I'erm ly6l?R. Foster and 7.. I nildy
Msv "erm, I Wit? io'ephSnvIne and .Tcwph
Tin (lo'^on.
Jun?Torm lifi-l?J.O.narrlMn, nnil >>?n
CaHb' ' T F.ST Ft
Msrek, 18#.
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*0* TUB tPZMVt ir*B Of
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icaeh ?.r all ;* -? y> r u. x> ell as th.? rich. A
' grfftt sniH'rif-rity ' ibis remcl/ over s.iy
! other cvt r <1 * r. i R r (he *p;\ ly and ccv
I tain rr? - I Intern.IttiuU n. f .*. it contains
. no Quiuint r mincfa', - ?a.ii?vjne: t\j i: i:rv
Auce# no ip.jini.cn < r ' <?> injur- r? ct.vcrs
whatever upon th" cor.'.i t >? r. 'I '? ? - eut'il
by it are left as healthy JiS it they bad nvtjc
litul the disease.
Fever and Appiei* r.:-.t al^'p tha e c-.r^crccs
of tho mia?mitic j i?-n. A Klclii i'
disorders ati-o from it - 'rrit?tii?.i, n ? vrhicU
! uro Neuralgia, Khi in. ai'unu. 1.S<??>*. !??
! Blind'?(v?, 'I' kiith^hi. Ktrr> ha, (,Vjf.r?h, A?;h-"
; m;v, r.ilni?a!i< n, v* i'.s
'? Hplf), UybtiricH, l'.iin riu* i'v'/i, (olifi. ,
l'?raiyef?, and l?cr?.?y: : '.>?.? :?toniA h,
I H.l ! V.v;, h, wh?;i i.-\ :?? l' " ?
> unt o?itheinlerju tv ? t t?" t.crbeet? o ?:/i?
J teal. 'l'Sw "Cess" * frum*
tho tk> l, and *;?.t .iiy c ? iv".<,ui Ml
alike. It i? s*? :'?? ??>
j grarta ?a i pfrr-ni i. *-i; '? . x;, r.j y
! rvKidinj; i>i the R isIpa
i 14-. ?>i; l.n'iiT i.r whiVj ' -.p. ?J. to ihe ir
i Cection, thnt will b ? CpxrrfU;! hmu t f *r.-i ,a,
? <nd C4?.n t '.it- r.rjl Sv ?? r*. h/;J. y
j t- rijUJl il-l ll H'4V. Mo. '?r \'%t .Mil >
Valualb H;r r.rot:it i ihiv > - r- v .i ->ir w?ll
r?.~ ??;!?'? fun" loteiarH.? v,
theineeWw cf tho yr-taeUoc U-a n .. W/ ?
for da.
Ayev's C-'.dr.vrlic; Pills,
res AIL T? nffiSiK S? * FAKi'.r .Vr*! "!,
ire ho r(.TM %?,' 0 ? ? d,.r '?S-, ?l ? . ? ?'
hfir aeVi a r ?*r* ? ??>. i.. >?? ? ? ??
1'helr - u.?r ivo:wa.-* ??,
and !-.>? *? ? r "c ? ??.*? r^>fV -r.
turn. in action,.a#'.
Ita hca'.:hy Aa a ??'
??i-?-vrtii's, ti f i lYJ.H'l Tbo b >< ?vi . ri?h
vitM ?.r jibviicnl Ability ?? ?o ftitd K#
or C"?rrfY by i rtmt-'.; f.l ouc* <*
Bhur.ic'and ir.v.tit tj.
>ot o:?U i!o thty cvjt> ?hc e?<ry ?'.r r f
of ev?.fjr Vo>'y, bttl ix.<xi r f-tn d ."i ^
ti-trg'rtyis di?eaM9. loo u?*as-c
! to eratii ray A:r.. i:.--)
containing certlfleaV ? nf tS.-b rum
Tii-iZcrki.' <Hsn oiv?
! Aesioeik, Aa?i?*>. J^
JiiGciirn cf the JU L?o* t. J;?v
<;/?*. J'Wiii s, and ??*.???? Uu-!itd cw.v**ti.^.
arUlvy fn-r. * low wtr.tc ?f or
of i:? fauclions. Tliey arc ?n ex.'vrwi ?' ?.-!5*a ,
fir ti.*.' renovation of the Uo-jd ii'? rS.? 'a
tion -f t us-j and iticu^Ji u; U*? iy*ir:u a^uuud
by diieaaa.
Aycr's Cherry rcctora-,
TOR TiI2 XI ?' 1 f '
CO'JRbs, Col(l??, Ir.:' >?. JTo .jifn"'*?
Croupy Broachltis r;l v : n?cmp
tion, ftnd tl? ? roljvf of ContuctpUte
Patients iu nV.ura l atnscs of t-i
go r.; '?? li the full rf v>* usr.'i.ln r-rv
nrrcf.* r.;e the r; o? ? ?' Us ci<n?, that ain.oat
o\'TV ^u tioa oT country ul c.uTiU'j in rcraoi:s jiub
;i.-ly'?"-r '? vh" havi l i '-r r'.' t' i a:, rnn:^
aa(t rvui desperate uisoajw "I *?' lun<s by ila
v.Hf. VVhfnonci triid, vcr ?vr,T
\ t ? r! ' ' i. ? ??t it - kii.ii i" ?.?>?? ?' '.??'? in* ta e
I or, erv'ti. ? , and where it:t '.?ur.cs tre kv.*. mi, tie
i ..' : ?? loRger hesitate v. 1.r.via. o'.-11'? tr. j .oy
for il-e di.'tri.i o-< : ad dau^f r;? ...ot.oi.sol t:.j
I Ins,>:...rv ?that r.rr ia? i ? : lo our climate,
wiiiic nv'.ur i:'t rier reit^?hts vj * n tho
cuTnni'.i'. lty t'ttllfd d ' ?-'n t.^.'ari.eu, t..-4
bu nln< A frii ?da 1 j every trial. fto.W Une:.?*
on i- a8tt>u-.l tU.y rm Utgit, ?vt pto.
.'..j'T ?:res loo nun.-: jUo a ad too icu*ar?ao?o to
. be t -rgoiten. rRrj,AaKP ItY
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