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[The memory of Stondwall Jackson has
received few tributes -more touching in its
simplioity and pathos than ths following
beautiful poem, published in the New York
Mtisen, of which Charles 0. lialpino is the
editor. Mr. Halpino, himself is a poet of
rare taste, was an officer in the United
States army during the late war, and Is well
known to fame as "Private Miles O'Rilley."
The poem in question, he says. is from the
pen of a distinguished officer of the United
He sleeps all quiet andi cold,
Beneath the soil that gave him birth;
Then break his hattle-brand in twain,
And lay it with him in tho earth!
No more at midnight shall he urge
His toilsome march among the pines;
Nor hear upon the morning air 0
The war-shout of his charging lines.
Cold is the eye whoso'meteor-gleam
Flashed hope on all within its light;
And still the folco that trumpet-toned,
Rang through the serried ranks of fight.
No more for him shall cannons park.
Or tents gleam white upon the field: -
And where his camp tir4s lRaed of yore,
Brown reapers Ia amid the grain I
No more abovb this narrow bad
Shall sound the tread of marching feet,
The rifle volley, ant the clash
, Of sibros, when the foemnen meet.
And though thewinds of autumn rave,
And winter snows-fall thiok and deep
Above his breast they cannot move
The quiet of'his dreamless sleep.
We may not raise a marble shaft
Above the heart that now is dust;
.But nature, like a mother fond,
Will ne'er forget her sacred trust.
Youg April, o'er his lowly mound,
Shall shake the violets from bor hair;
And glorious June, witih fervid kiss,
Shall bid the roses blossom thore.
And round about the droning bee,
With drowsy hum shall come and go;
While west winds, all the live long day,
Shall murmur dirges soft and low.
The.warrior's stormy fato is o'e,
The midnight gloom hath passed away;
And, like a glory from the East.,
Breaks the first light of Frecdom's day!
And white-winged Peace, o'er all the land,
Broods like a dovo upon, her nest;
While iron war with slaughter gorged,
At length hath laid him.down to rest.
And where we won our onward way
With firo and steel-through yonder
The black-bird whistles, and tho qual
Gives answer to her timid brood.
Yet oft. in dreams his fierce brigade
Shall see the forms they follow'ed far,
Still leading in the furthest van
A landmark ip.thq clouds of war I
And oft. when white-haired grandlires tell
0f bloody struggles past ald gone,
The children at their knees will hear.
How Jackson led iis columns on I
Orn BRCKY AND THE BLUE JACIET.
-A young damsel who is engaged, and
will shortly be un ited to a gallant son of
Noptune, lately visited. tho Mariner's
Church. During.the sermon the parson
discoursed eloquently and with much
earnestness of the dangers and tempta
tions of the, sailor. He concluded by
asking the .following quostion : "Is
there one who 'tiinks any thing of him
who wenrs a tarpaulin hat and blue jack
et, or a pair of trowserg made of duck ?
In short, is there one who cares aught
for the poor sailor ?" A little girl, a sis
ter of the damsel, jumped up, and look
ing archly at her sister, said, in a torne
loud enough for every one to hear, "Yes,
Sire our Becky does I",
- Bishop Horne h& his dignity some
what taken down wlTn he took posses
sion of the episcopal palace at Norwich
in 1791. HIe turned round upon the stops,
andl exclaimed, "Bless us, bless us I what
a muo.titude of people !"'- "Oh, my lord,"
said a by-stainJer, "this is nothing to the
crowd lait Friday to see a man hanged 's
"Miy dear madam. can you give me a
glass of grog ?" askmd a fatigued t'avel
oer in Arkansas, a' he entered a cabin'
on the roadside. "~I ain't got a drop,
stranger," replied the woman. "But a
gentleman told me you had a barrel."
"Why, good graci,uu-l" replied the wo
man, "what do you, reckon one barrel
of whiskey is to me and my children,
when we are out of milk I,"
*A gentlem'an who has for two years
refused to contribute.-any thing toward
the support of the "stated preaching of
the Gospel," recently surprised his friends
by contributing to the purchase of bell
for a new church edifice. On being ask
ed the reason for this exercso of liber
ality", lhe re lied that ho never -put his
money whore hec conld not hear it ring.
An Irishman going to market met a
farmer with' an'owl:
"ayw, iitber, what'll ye take for
-your big eyed turkey ?"
"Tis anu-owl, replied the astonished
"Niver a bit do I care whether it's
en1d or yon; -rice the birda."
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Secretary of State-W. H. Seward, of
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Poster, of Connecticut.
Speaker of the flouse--Schuylor Colfax,
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Wingfield Scott, Virginia.
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