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STONEWMA 8ACISOS WAY.
DY-JA"85 D. BLAOCWSLL.
The red-cross M'g has set i1r might
It's brief career is o'er;
And Jaokson's sword that .-wqed I- fight
Shall gliem in war no more.
His soul hath bade the world farewell,
But long shall page of history tell,
Of each eventful day;
When in the light of morn displayed,
The banner of Stonewall's brigade
Waved in its proud array.
An4 now the alranger's missing eye,
8ees on each well-fought field,
Where Jackson's men knew how to die,
But knew not how to yield;
The verdant gtass luxuriant wave
In freshness o'er each soldier's grave;
And vernal flowerets gay,
By nature's hand profusely shed,
Deck with the gallant heroes bled,
In Stonewall Jackson's way.
Oh, gantle be each warrior's sleep,
And halhwed-be his rest,
Wheye-softest dews of ovening weep
Yer everjr dauntless breast.
Itach sweet toned warbler carol thero
A requium on the stilly air,
At morn and at close of (lay;
And hoary grandsires come to tell
Their children's sono of those that fell,
In Stonewall Jackson's way.
Rev. Mr. Lindsay told a good story
at the Sunday School celebration at the
Methodist Church in Ciarlottesvillo the
other day. He said that the following
occurred at a Sunday School. at the
University of Virginia, recently, be.
tween a teacher and new scholar:
Teacher.-My lit tle boy, can you- tell
me who killed Abel ?
Scholar -1 es na'am.
Teacher.-Well, now, -my Yttle lear,
do not be afraid-who killed Abel ?
Tencher.-Oh no, Johnny-we are
not talking abont tlint-do you not
.know who killed A bel?
Scholar insisted it was the Yankees.
Tencher.-No, my son : Cain killed
Abel; now, reineniber, think of sugaI
cane: I am going to ask you about i:
next Sunday. Think of sugar cane.
Next Sunday the boy was attacked
'Peachr.-Well, Johnn.y, you know
to-day who killed Abel ?
Boy.-Oh yes, ma'anm-must I tell?
Teacher.--Yes, my .dear ; who killed
Boy. - &n-w'um.
-Sonebody has called childhood "a
roy lawn between the cradle gnd -the
District Judge-Wm R Robertson.
Commissioner in Equity-Tpiao H Men s.
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President of the Senate-Lafkyette -8..
Poster, of Connecticut.
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Uilysses S. Grant. of Ohio.
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Meigs, of Pennsylvania.
Theo White .111a's Paler,
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