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A very aged man in an alms-house wa'
asked what he was doing now. He replied,
Only waiting till tli shadow&
Are a little longer grown;
Only waiting till the glinumer
Of the day's last beam is flown;
Till the night, of earth is faded
From the heart once full of day:
Till tle stars of heaven are brenk;ig
Through the twilight soft and grey.
Only waiting till the reapers
Have the last. siiet gulihered IUe,
For the summer time is faded,
.\nd the autumn winds have come.
Quickly, reapers! gather quickly
The last ripe lours of my heart,
For the bloom of life is withered,
And I hasteu to depart.
Only waiting till the angels
Open wide the mystic gate,
At whose G'ut I long have lingered,
Weary, poor and desolate.
Even now, I hear their 'oltsteps,
An,l their voices far away
If they call me, I in waiting,
Only waiting to obey.
Only waiting till the shadows
Are a little longer grown:
Only waiting till the glimmer
Of the day's last beani is flown:
Then from out the gathering darkness.
Holy, deathless stars shall rise,
Ily whose light rMy soul shall gladly
Tread its pathway to the skies.
Tit DUTY OF TIl'. SOUTt.-The
plamn duty of our people, it seens to us,
is to pursne quietly their several avoca
tions. Plant, and sow; reap and gather
into their barns ; rebuild their d wellings,
improve their soil, cleanso their towns
to avoid the "pestilence wlich walketh
abroad at noon-day"; be frufgil and in
dtistrious, and eat. no bread of idleness;
educate their children; and do all in
their power to mitigate the sufllerinigs of
the worthy around them, regardless of
race or color; and leave polities, conlsti
i utional atmendments, test oath. ke., to
InIh R- construction Commiitte', to Con
gress, to President Jolimson 'aln to the
Supremie Court of the United States.
G"hlsboro ( C.) XCCs.
TIll. CIVII. HZImu-rs lnr. -Alh ,
in a special dispatch to the Nun (f yes
A s tie frienlds of the President, ar( r in-i.
an Ii mody opposed to tih, Civil RIights
bill, it is presumed i hat he would Iave
signrl(ed it at onceo if li. approved it. 11e
wolhl lidly hold it. sevent days tunless
he has hlilumd Ferlitis objections to it.
II i. voto, if one is sent, w%:ill be an argni
11eit ba.sed tupon Clst investigation Of
law and lhets, wliebl is more 1timn it has
TecVived inl Conigrless on either id
Ma')y Rk-piublicans g'e it up to-dal
that lie wall veto the hill.
A treiendotis spehlating ring has
been formed here to devfeat, Mr. McCtl
lUchl upoin his loain policy.
AVe rjoice at the statenient m1ade by
the Montgoniery . (Ivertiser, that a large
porntionl of the negroes in Alabama have
-turned to their former labors, and that
the fields in that region begin to assume
tie appearance ofothier days. The mer
chants, too, says the same paper, are
now busily employed; the mechanics
have work to do front morn to night,
and every departmenit of life is carried
on with the same energy that it was be
fore the wvar.
In the cellars of the Baron Rothschild's
mansion Rite Lanfit.te, Paris, are twenty
four thousand bottles of every species of
A the wines existing at thae commencing of
this century, from the Lachryma Chris
ti, wvhich every visitor to Naples hats
tasted, to the purple-tined sweet wines
of the Cape; from the common wines of
the Macon vineyards to the rare vini
tages of Miedoc. The valuie ofthtis col
lections amounts to about fifty thousand
Twenty-eight millions of bushels of
salt are annually consumed in the Uni
ted States, of which amount about one.
htalf is imported. The quanitity of salt
manufactured in this dountry is steadily
oin the increase, and perhapsin ton years
will b)ecome sufficient to supply our
wants without any importation.
Letters from East Indios represent
the cotton trade greatly increased dur
ing the last year over the previous one.
Tihe receipts from thei vatius1 Indian
pro vindes amounted to for'ty thousand
bales-three times tho ainduht of the
The Lond~on 'AVmee has, a daily cIrcu
lation of about 60,000 copies. John.
Wtalter. the present publisher, is tie
third of that name. who hias been con. A
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sttartedl by his grandfather on the 19~
January, 1 785.
Governh04%; of the United otste&
President-Androw, Johnson, of Tennep
. Secretary. of 15tato-W. 11. Seward, of
Secretary of War-Edwin M. Stanton, 4f
Postimaster General-Wlia Dennison,
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Secret-- ' th interio-James lfarlpti,
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President of the Senato-Lafayette S.
'oster, ol Uonnecticut.
Speaker of the louse-Schuyler Colfak,
' 1UPEMY COURT.
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G. Daniel Davis, Illinois.
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Wingfield Scott, Virginia.
Ulysses S, Grant, of Ohio.
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Judge Advocate General, Joseph Holt,
Quartermaster General, Montgomery C
Meigs, of Pennsylvania.
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