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TYilliani Francis Bartlett.
Oh well may Essex sit forlcrn Beside her sea-blown shore Her well-beloved, her noblest born Ls hers in life no more. If early from the mother's side Her favorite child went forth, Her pride so amply justified Is in a hero's birth. No lapse of years can render less Her memory's sacred claim No fountain of forgetfulnesB fc I' Can wet the lips of fame. A grief alike to wound and heal, A thought to soothe and pain, The sadwcet pride that mothers feel To her must still remain Good men and true she has not lacked, And brave men yet shall be The perfect flower, the crowning fact, Of all her years was he! As Galahad pure, as Merlin sage, What worthier knight was lound To grace in Arthur's golden age The fabled Table Round A voice, the battle's trumpet-note, To welcome and restore A band, that all unwilling smote, To heel and build once more! A soul of fire, a tender heart, Too warm for hate, he knew The generons victor's graceful part, To sheathe the sword he drew. The more than Sidney of our day, Above the siu and wrong Of civil strife, he heard alway The angel's Advent song! When Earth, as if on evil dreams, Looks back upon her wars, And the white lisrht of Christ outstrea as From the red disk of Mars, His fame, who led the stormy van Of battle well may cease, But never that which crowns the man Whose victory was Peace. Mourn, Essex on the sea-blown shore Thy beautiful and brave. Whose Tailing hand the olive bore, Whose dying lips forgave! Let aee lament the youthful chief, And tender eyes be dim The tears are more of jov than grief That fall for one like him! THE ETOX BOY. Amusing Incident On an ISngllah Hall way. So long as boys are permitted to go about loose, one is liable to meet with, them, and I met with a specimen only last week which I shall Dot easily forget. I was starting for the Waterloo station by an afternoon train for Hampshire, and meeting with four nuilitary friends who were going to Farnboro' station (for Aldersbot), I got into their carriage. Beside us five, there was an Eton boy. There is no mistaking that description of the race they are always dressed in 4 the height of fashion in the vacations although at school they delight in a hat with half its brim off, and, moreover, they all wear stiff little white ties, which give them the appearance of duodecimo min isters and some juvenile religious sect. The little wretches are as haughty and reserved as North American Indians and the individual of fourteen years of age or so, whom we had on this occasion for our fellow-traveler, looked aa though the entire railway station, plant, and valuable house property adjacent belonged en tirely to himseli. soldier friends, howevera class which has generally a proper contempt for boyspaid no sort ot attention to him, and as for me, I was delighted to ignore his presence. "Now, Jack," said my friends, two of whom were miy college chums, and all of them intimates, ''you will let us smoke, we know, although not fond of it your- self." 'Well," replied I, "it will probably make me ill but otherwise I have no objection." As soon as the train began to move they accordingly lit their cigars they had not, however, taken three puffs before the child in the white cravat (whose wishes nobody had thought of consulting) requested, in that half-hoarse, half-squeaking voice peculiar to his period of life, that they should put their cigars out,' because smok ing was offensive to him, and contrary to the by-laws. The officers stared as though the car riage-lamp had uttered an observation, and then all four burst out into a roar of laughter. "You will find it no laughing matter, gentlemen, when you get to Farnboro'," said the Etonian "or, at all events, the joke will cost you two pounds apiece. You have been warned, as the Act directs I object to your smoktng in tins carriage." "Then get into another, you little brute," observed Pepperpot, oF the 110th "in- deed, I have a great mind to dron you out of the window as we go along." I will thank you for your name and address," returned the phenomenon, stiff ly here is my card at your service. so good as to ntme your friend." Smith, of London," replied Pepper pot. Only give me time to write to my wife and family. What a bloodthirsty young creature it is!" "He is very plucky," remarked Nor man'of the Kilts, approvingly I will say that for him but what cheek! what cheek!" I am obliged to you for your good opinion," returned* the little wonder, drawing out a gold repeater "bu if within one minute your cigars are not all extinguished,! will appear against you as sure as I am a living man. time is of no consequence, and I would as soon get eut at Farnboro' as anywhere else so you may be sure you will not escape :I feel it my duty to prosecute upon pub^c grounds." Once more did Pepperpot glance at the window and even stretched his hand to ward this human gadfly, as though he would have nipped him up between fin ger and thumb but with a rueful look at his companions, he presently cast his be loved weed out ol the carriage, instead of the boy Th other three followed his example for was it worth while to pay forty shillings a piece for a forty minutes ride? "That's right," observed the young gentleman, approvingly, returning his wateh to his pocket, and. re engaging himself in the columns of Bell's Life "Obedience to the law is one of the first duties of the soldier." Conversation flagged alter this, for a sense of disgraceful defeat oppressed the spirits of my friend?. They said a great number of severe things against the com mon enemy: but he never lifted his eyes from the exciting details of the Champion Fight of the Light Weights, which ap peared to aford him intense though tran quil satisfaction. When the soldiers got out at Farnboro', I observed his eyes twinkle with especial merriment but I could not be certain that he was enjoying victory untill the train began to move again. N sooner, however, had we left the platform, then the Etonian burst into such a series of fits of laughter that they actually rumpled his neckcloth. be came, in short, to my horror, a boy in one of its most ordinary and repulsive forms. I think I did 'em, eh, old stick-in-the- mud?" obs rved he, when he had got a little breath. You deprived four gentleman of an hour's pleasure," returned I, haughtily. "Yes, but I deprived mpself as well,"', returned 1he diminutive one, producing from his pocket a briar-root pipe. "I can't go without my tobacco myself with out great inconvenience." "What!" cried I "you are not going to smoke yourself, young monkey*' "Aain't I, though?" interrupted the Etonian, nodding in an offensively-famil iar manner. "If those fellows had been civil, and asked my permission to smoke as well as yours, I would have given them each a better cigar than the line are accustomed to, I flatter myself but since they choose to carry matters with a high hand, you secpuff, puff, and got hold of the wrong man for that sort of thing, puff, puff, why, they have to take the consequences." But I will not permit you to smoke, young sir," observed I. indignatly or, if you do (for I shrank from a personal con test with the audacious child), you shall pay a couple of sovereigns out of your pocket-money at the next station." Excuse me," returned the Etonian, blandly "the by-law says, 'if objected to now when your friends inquired whether you would allow them to smoke, Jack -smoke-jack by-the-by, that's fun nywhen your friendspuff, puffde manded that, you replied, lor I heard you, that you had no objection." And that awful specimen ot the genus Boy smoked undeterred, like a limekiln, till we both jjot out at Weymouth where, if I had my way, he should have been taken to Portland Prison, and kept there until such time as he should be no longer a boy. ii Many mothers are either compelled to stay away from church and theatre, or take their babies with them. A poor woman took her little one in her arms to hear a famous preacher. The loud voice from the plattorm awoke the child and made it cry, and its mother got up and was leaving the hall, when the minister stopped herb saying, Mygod woman, don't go away. The baby dosen't disturb me." "It isn't for lhat, sir, I leave," she replied, with a perfect unconsciousness of sarcasm "it's you disturbs the baby.'' Why I It. The truths of sciene and progressive thought hnve always been compelled to batter down the bulwarks of prejudice and disbelief, or re main forever unknown. Why is it that peo ple are so reluctant to receive facts that re late directly to the phenomena of their own existence Astronomers, upon discovering a star, assign it a place at once, and it is forever fixed. The rule by which a mathematical problem is once solved becomes forever an axiom but no matter how clearly the prin ciples which govern health and sickness be demonstrated, some refuse to believe. Dr. Pierce's Family Medicines, which are now so generally used, and deservedly popular, were, in their early days, very reluctantly received bv the people. To-day* Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery has outrivaled the old-time sarsaparillas, his Pellets are in general use in place of the coarse, huge, drastic pills former ly so much employed, while the sales of his Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy and his Favorite Prescription are enormous. Where the Vin is sallow and covered with blotches and pimples, 6r where there are scrofulous swel lings and affections, a few bottles of his Gold en Medical Discovery will effect an entire cure. If you feel dull, drowsy, debilitated, have sallow color of skin, or yellowish-brown spots in face or body, frequent headache or dizziness, bad taste in mouth, internal heat or chills alternated with hot flushes, low spirits and gloomy forebodings, irregular ap petite, and tongue coated you are suffering from Torpid Liver, or "Biliousness? In many cases of "Liver Complaint" only part of these syomptoms are experienced. As a remedy for all such cases, Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Ciscovery has no equal, as it. effects perfect cures, leaving the liver strengthened and healthy. Debilitated females who have undergone all the tortures of caustic and the knife ane yet suffer with those peculiar drag ging-doivn Lensations and weakness, can have guranteed to them prompt and positive reliet by using Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription while constipation and torpid liver, or "bili ousness," are promptly relieved by the Pleas ant Purgative Pellets. Sold by all druggists. CHEW rhe Celebrated "Matchless" *a?"5SK3H3S 5&- -xsu* Wood Tag Plug F*siV ii' TOBACCO t^l s"\ *f,- In* PIONSKB TOBACCO COMPANY, New York. Boston and Chicago. Button Brrad. To one quart of flour add two teaspoonfuls DOOLEY'S YEAST POWDER, a little salt, butter the size of an egg rubbed in the flour, one pint sweet milk, and the yolks of two eggs beat en very light. Add last, stirring in lightly, the whites of the eggs well beaten, and bake in a square pan in a quick oven. Break in squares for the table. -!:M.. 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More of it used than of aU others combined. 18 Murray St., New York. Th Ctracet Discovery or cue A.g is Dr Tobias' celebrated Venetian Liniment! 30years before the public, and warranted to onre Diarrhea, Dysentery, Col c. and Spasms, taken internally and Oro p. Chronic Rheumatism, Sore Throats, Gats, Bruises, Old gores and Paines in the Limbs, -Back, a)ad Chest, externally It has never ailed. No family wiU ever be without it after once giving it. a fair tr:al. Price 4 0 cents. DB. TOBIAS' VENETIAN HORSE LINIMENT, in Pint Bottles, at One DoUar, is warranted superior to any othe or NO PA Y, for the core of Colic, Onto, Braises, Old Sores, etc. Sold by ail Druggists. Depot1 Park Place New York. $Kfi a week in your awn town. Terms and $5 outm frea. H. HALLETT & Co.. Portland. Maine. $2500AuUresAgentlegltiaiate.Particnlar.sBUBe.- P1V- p, a year. wanted everywhere inewiBt ictly frr J.WOBTH A CO.. St. Louis Mo $10to$25 A WAV 8UKM made oj Agents selling our Chromoe. 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The above facts explain the unfriendly attacks made upon the American Neimpaper Union by the2f. T. Times, Post,Commerciai,Boston Post, Advo'tiser, Utica Herald, and other journals. COMPARISON**. ^ihSA. 'i":^ The weekly edition of the New York Tlmei is 25,000 copies, and advertisements are charged at 50 cents a line. The American Newspaper nion gives an adver tisement 25,0(10 circulation for 20 cents a line. The Times thinks the American Newspaper Union List a humbug. The weekly edition cf the New York Post Is 8,450 copies, and advertisemen a charged at 10 cents a line. The American Newspaper Union gives advertise ment 3.450 copies circulation for less than 3 cents a lioe. The Post don't think very well of the American Newspaper Unio The New York Commercial Advertiser prints a week ly edition of 3,500 copies and charges advertisers 10cents a line. The Advertiser has a poor opinion also of the American Newspaper Union. 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