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THE LAST CIIICKEX.
" BT A STUDENT OF OAIXSTILLE COLLEGE.
Tia the last chicken of Conference,
Left crowing alone;
All his 'former companjoq s.
Are eaten ami gone.
1 No 'chick' of hU kindred;
' Xo rooster is njgh,
To reflect back hi crowing, , .
As the preachers pass byP
I'll not leave, thee, thou lque one,
' To pine in a coop ;
fince all thy companions
Are gone to the cook.
Thus wildly I fUe thee,
Aiid wring off thy head,
for the preachers are here.
And must be fed,
J5o now you must follow
Your friends that are&Qne ;
Yon have done your lagj crowing,
And eht your last corn;
You aregofng to the land
Where conference is not:
Now make yourself ready,
i And irepare for the pot.
A little corner with jts crib,
A little mug, a spoon, a bib.
A littl tooth so pearly white,
A little rubber ring to bite.
A little plate all lettered rpund,
A little rattle to resound,
A little creeping-r-re'ee! she stands!
A little step, 'twixtoutstretchedjjands.
A little doll with flaxen hair,
X little willow rocking chair,
A little dress of richest hue?
'A little pair of gaiters blue.. -
- A little school day by daj,
A "little school ni'ani" to obey,
A little study soon 'tis past,
A little graduate at last,
A little inuff for vvintfcr weather,
A little jockey hat am) fcatjier,
A little sack with funny pockets,
A little chain, a ring and locket.
A little while to dance and bow,
A little escort homeward now,
A little party, somewhat late,
A little lingering at the gate.
A little walk in leafy June.
A little talk while shines the nipon,
A little reference to papa,
A little planning vyjth inamimi.
A little ceremony grave,
A little struggle to be brave,
. A little cottage ou a lawn,
A little kiss uiy girl is gone !
Kron), St. A'ieholas.
Do not keep the alabaster boxes of your
love and tenderness, sealed up until your
friends are dead. Fill tlieir lives with
sweetness. .-Speak approving, cheering
- words, while their --ears hear them, aud
while their hearts can be thrjlled by them.
The things you mean to say when they are
gone, say before they go, jTho flowers.
you mean to send, for their coffins, send
to brighten and sweeten their home be-
fore thev leave them. Tf mv fVifMwl
nl.ihnstpr luvrpa ihid nwnv f.iii f
fumes of sympathy and affection, which
they intend to break oyer mv dead body,
I would rather thev would bring them out"
in my weary hours, and oiln them while
I need them. I would rather have a coffin
without an culogv, than a life witliout the
sweetness of love Tind svmpath v. Let us
learn. to anoint our friends beforehand for
their burial. Post-mortem kindnesses do
not.cheer tU burdened spirit. Flowers
pn the coffin cast no fragrance back-
ward over the wearv davs..Y. Y. Evan-
A CALL TO SING 8IXO.
fhe Pastor of an Illinois Chutxh Convict
ed o$ a ThfrfT
From the New York Sup.
Tho Rev. Alfred Thompson,' pastor of
the Primitive Methodist church, in Elgin,
' Illinois, was proved, a thjef in the general
sessions Thursday, and sentenced, to five
years in Sing Sing. He is a young inan,
with a smooth face, not indicative of great
mental power. His manner and dress
were in keeping with his profession, and
ho exhibited, plenty of audacity. The
complainant, Mrs. Ellen Cobhani, wife Qf
a Presbyterian missionary inthp West
Indies, is a young, intelligent, educated
woman, and her demeauor on the stand
- was ladylike. the had come to this coun
try to visit a' brother, and had become ac
quainted with, Thompson on her voyage
here. His clerical character commended
, her confidence,- and she accepted his guid
ance and protection. They put up at the
same hotel in Jcw York, and were to start
for the west together on Monday, but on
that day the Jttev. Alfred Thompson "slip-
V I'l Away. Mrs. CoblJani missed her mo
ney and jewelry. She promptly reported
slier loss to the police; detectives caught
Thompson in a broker's office, where ho
was exchanging Mrs. Cobham's gold s.ov
preigu fpr United. States currency, The
plergyipan went on the stand to testify in
his own beialf. Ho njade no pretence of
siwtlessness ot . character, !j.nd wasdefiant
inJiis manner ; but denied fhat he was a
ymri. uu icBiiuru iiiiiii no ooiaineil a
leave of absence from- the cqngregatiqn
last spring to go to England, lie left his
wUe and children in Elgin and made the
voyage alone. On the trip back he fell
in with Mrs. Cobluuu. Shepropo.edthat
they should not return Jo tfieir families,
tuit should live together as Ipis.baud and
wife. They went to the West Side Ilote
as a preliminary, and shcgavc her money
, and jewelry to him. He depided to go
home, however, and slipped away qnietly
so as to escape a-parftng scene. lie took
her property" Iwcause she liad made him a
present "of it. She was foremost in the
" love-making, acconliug to the prisoner,
-who coolly remarked, "She is the most
f -lovinff woman I ever saw."
"Do you mean to say that j our rcla-
' iious with her were improper?" Recorder
"Well," the clergyman replied, with a
leer, "we all do such things, mQre or less.
"And you are a loinister of thegospelT"
"Yes."" ' '". - ' - -
Mrs. Coidiam was recalled by the prosr
ecutor, and asked whether she had ever
made love to Thompson. Iter lace was ai
picture of disdain as she answered with
angry emphasis, -X.o!" Some of the mar
uy auditors applauded, ljut the applause
was quickly stopped by the officers. Mrs.
Cobhani added that there, was no. impro
priety in her conduct nor in Ids tiJl the
jbery. Landlord O'lvcefe of the est
Bide hotel testified that he saw no iudica?
tions of misbehayior on Jr$. Cobhani a
part ; and that the prisoner on qnitting the
house, stole from, the office a guest's boxj
containing wemcn'a hats. Miss Q'Keefe,
the landlord's daughter, gave similar tes
The jury convicted the JJer, Alfred
Thompson sjttfng Jn their seats, a result
that he seeing toJjave expected ; for while
on the stand he had apparently been de;
sireoiw only of defaming the complainant
"Stand up and be sentenced," said tUe
Recorder. "Well, sir, a more hlthy beast
I never met with, and a more depraved
clergyman I never saw. Inm sorry I
cannot give you a mote sever sentence
than five years jn the State prison at hard
FALL OF A MQUTA1T IX SAVOY
An interesting account of the recent
falling of a mountain iij Tarentaisc, Sa
voy, causing disaster to two flourishing
villages, has leen comniuijjcated to the
Courier des Alnes by M.'Uerard. The
phenomenon Jnrs been incorrectly reiort?
ed as iustantaeous aixd t'ie destructive ef
fect complete, whereas the case" is that o
a mountain which, for twenty days, with
out cessation, has been dismembering it
self and literally falling, night and day
into the valley ytdWi rilled it up with
piled np -blocks of stone, extinguishing
all sounds by its incessant thunder, and
covering the distant hprizon with a thick
cloud of yellowish dust. The entire mass
comprised in the-slope forms a mutilated
cone 200 meters broad at the top and GOO
at the base (the slope being about fifty
degree;) this is composed of hard schist
lying close together, but no longer united ;
and it is united to tlte body of the mqunr
tain only by a vertical mass of forty or
fifty thick, which already is fissured and
shaken. Periods of repose occur, lasting
only a few seconds or a minute at most ;
then the movement recommences, and
continues about five hours. Blocks of
of forty cubie meters become displaced
with no r apparent cause, traverse the 1
800 meters of descent in thirty seconds,
leaping four or live hundred meters at a
time, and finally get dashed to pieces in
the bed of the torrent, or launch -their
shattered fragments into the opposite
forest, mowing down gigantic pines as if
they were so many thistles. One such
block was seen to strike a fine fir tree be
foie reaching the bridge between the vil
toges-; tIie was- mt simply broken or
overthrown, but was crushed to dust,
((ttilhcd). trunk and branches disap
periS te air like a burning match.
-Kocks are hurled together and broken in
to fragraeuts that thrown across the
v,a-1' 4,Ke 8WJllknvs 111 A wlnrlwind; then
follovr lowers of smaller fragments, and
onc 8 -?c wh'I8tlig S0UIul of tl10"
sands of pobbes as they pass. M. Uerard
ieilc,,cd te PflfiE" the rwk (2400 iweters
high), on wie of the sides of the falling
cone, and ventured along it, obtaining a
good view of the terrifying' spectacle.
He reaffirms his convictjbn that the phe
nomenon is inexplicable $y aflyof'the
usual reasons that apequut fqr Alpine dis
turbances, such as penetration of water,
or melting suqw, or inferior strata in mo
tion j nor does the declivity of tlm slope
explain it. His hypothesis is that some
geological force is at work, of whiclf the
complex resultant acts obliquely to tlje
axis of the mountain and almost paraljol
to its sides.
Give me an eye te others' failing blind
(Miss Smith's new bonnet's ouite a
freight behind !)
Wake in nie, charity for the suffering
poor (There comes tlje contribution box
once more j)
Take from my soul all feelings covetous
(F1J, have a shawl like that fir make a
Let love for all my kind my spirjtstir
(Save Mrs. Jones j ITl never, speak to
Let me in truth's, fair pages tak dp
light (I'll read that other novel through
Make me contented with my earthly
state (I wish I was married rich, but it's
too late !)
Give me a heart of faith in all my kind
( M iss Brown's a big a hypocrite as vou'll
find!) . .,; '
Help me to see myself as qthcrs see
(Tllis lliess is quite becoinjug unto me !)
Let me act out no falsehood, I appeal
I wonder if they tlviqk these curls arc
Make my heart of humility the fount
(l.hn glad, I am, our pew's so near the
front!) - " '
Till me w ith patience and strength to
wait (I know he'll preach till our dinner's-late
Take from my heart each grain of self
conceit (I'm sure that gentleman must
think nie sweet.)
Let saintly visions be my daily food
(I wonder what they'll have for dinner
Ix t not my feet ache on the road to
light (Nobody knows how these shoes
pinch and bite!)-
In this world teach me to deserve the
next (Church out! Charles, do you re
collect the text ?)
TOISON IX THE OVEN.
Sixty-six persons living in the neigh
borhood of the Pare Moucean, Paris, were
almost simultaneously seized with symp
toms of lead poisoning. The attention of
a sanitary association was directed to the
epidemic and a long investigation was
then undertaken ns to the cause of so
manv disasters. The water, wine, and
groceries used hy the sulFeirrs were found
to be nnjrapeachabje, It was discovered
jowever jthat, with two exceptions, all
he patients had bought their bread from
the saine baker, and as to the two excep
tions they" -had unwittingly consumed
bread jn an eating house which was sup
plied bv this baker. The baker himself
and his assistants were more severely
poisoned than the majority of their cus
tomers. This 'led to tin examinatiou of
the stove, and the places that would come
in contact with the outside of the bread,
and it was then finally revealed that the
Ijakerlmrut wood brought from old hous
cs recently destroyed. It had constituted
the wainscoating of the house and was
covered with several layers of paint,
which $he heat converted into pulverized
oxide of lead, and which naturally adlier
ed to the moist surface of the loaves. In
consequence of this discovery a regulation
has been issued by the Prefecture of Po
lice forbidding bakers to heat their oveps
with wpotLderived from old houses.
If you don't want to be robbed of yonv
good name do not have it painted on your
There is not a single wild animal so cruel
to another wild animal as a woman is to
Texas has purchased fourteen hundred
acres of land near Austin as the site of a
State university for colored youths.
New version of Poor Richard. Take
care of the cent of the seniors and the
dollar of the diuls will take care of itself..
- Co u ricr-J u it r n lt
Republicans have suddenly developed
a very poor opinion of the moral charac
ter of Senators Couover aud Patterson.
Halt. Qa;ette. Dcm.
The best way is not to give your child
oral direction as to the path of virtue, but
to walk in it yourself and take him with
The 2Yv? of St. Augustine, Fia.. says
that travel to that city promises to exceed
that of anv former vear. Large "numbers
of strangers are daily arriving here.
Young men of the middle class are get
ting so sly and hard to catch, that parents
will have to' begin to oiler chromos along
with thef daughters.
Everything in the shape of a 'ring" iu
-this country ought to be broken up. As
soon as a "ring" appears the police should
be orderedjo 'sjuarcthe circle." Conner-Journal.
A Richmond pemocrat refused to pay
an election lct on the ground that Mr.
Hayes had not been elected. The case
was brought up before the court, and de
cided against the Tildenjte.
It is not the "dollar of our daddies" that
we are so much in need of. We want the
thrift, energy, prudence and economy of
"our daddies." Chicayo Times.
''There is a poetic justice in the fact that
the carpet-baggers, for whom the Repub?
lican party has done so much iniquity,
should be the instrument of its defeat.
Bait. Gazette, JJem.
Rears are said to be making themselves
very annoying in the Albemarle section,
and bear meat in maket is becoming com
Roanoke Xeics: We have been informed
-that timbers for a new bridge were order
ed hy tho Seaboard and Roanoke Railroad
Company within two hours aifter the de
struction of their old bridge.
A solemn fashion editor says that the
new style of Marie Stewart bonnets are to
be felt. It is a long time since any sort
of a bonnet has been near enough to a wo
man's head to be very much felt.
"Children," said a teacher, addressing
the infant class, "Children, do you know
you were all born in siirT' "Please, sir,"
interrupted a little one, "I wasn't; I was
born in Chicago." JYell that's the same
thing," said the tcaclitr, impatiently,
'don't interrupt. me any more."
A WARNING WORD.
Unless the conduct of our so-called
democratic leader in and out of corjrress
greatly improves, it is useless to prate
of even the possibility of Tictory in 1S80.
It will not dp to split onr throats bawling
"Reform," with our hands deep in the
people's pockets, and full of public plun
der. It will be in vain that we rend the
heaveus with pur battle-cries of "Re
trenehment' while we. till the statute
books aud empty the treasury with reck
less appropriations, subsidies, and "nabs.
Every sinecure must be abolished, everv
worthless clerkship done awav. evorv mo- i
ney leak stopped ; we must have fewer
oflices, and better officials, less congres
sional talk and more work, less ireten
tions and more tangiblo results. Fortr
of tiix-rulden men iitul women !
can no longer be humbugged by iiolitical
tluiuble-riggers and jugglers. Down with
the standards of falsehood and wrong, no
matter who bears them! Ui witli the
banners of truth, honor and right, what
ever be the party name eniblazened on
their snowy folds ! Blessed are the pure
in heart and life and record, for theirs
shall be the' kingdom in the next great
grace, and no eorrnptionist can shave the
triumph.. Selah. '. Donan.
Pdbushko Weekly J. J. BRUNEI!, Ed. and Prop
j i. iv. uttutu, Associate ja. .
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FOUKTH KiN Kj-I)A Y ill August. j " i'i
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TIME TABLE WESTERN H. C. RAILROAD.
To take elfect June r2d, 1877.
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11 07 "
12 20 T. M.
12 38 "
1 25 "
2 10 "
3 40 r
Third Creek... .
G 12 A
7 55 "
8 28 "
9 10 "
9 53 "
10 S7 "
1 1 35 "
! 9 ('5
12 00 p. M
- 32 32 P.M. 12 52
- 1 40 . i 4.3
2 30 "
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Great, chance to make monev. if t-ou
an jet irreenlnn i;s.
every town to take
irnllv m-.v.n..if i. ..i
in,L.i'- oiiu. Any ime can recoiae a successtul
il-;',,t-, '"' elegant work of art triven free to
sub-crii)eri '1 lie price is so low that almost eVerv
l)o.ty suhscrtl.es. one a-ent reports maKir." over
i5aweefc A hwlynseut reports taking ofer W
s;uscnlxrs in tn days. Allivho emrasre m.iio mftn
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norhii.-totry the liunlafj. No one who ei,-aVes
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-I ui aal. IrUiii;l. Maine. '-iy
Cheap Chattel MortgaircsT"
and various other blanks fur sale here
ey fast. oti can devote all your time to the busi
ness or only vour spare tUne. You need not be awav
from home over ntht. You can do it as we 1 Vs
others Full particulars, dt;ect ions and terms free
Uetfant and expensive Outiit free. If you w: ,t wL
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!SIjM i , ft a D li t If I II 1 'I
TYRE IRON 1 to 2 inches at 3 cents per lb.
Do round and square, from 3-16 to 3 inches
Do Band, Jrto G inches, from 3 to 10 cent.
PLOW MOULDS and irous, all shapes and sizes,
WIRE CLOTH for screens, ofvarious sizes,
BUGGY and Carriage Materia l-uf all qualities,
SPRIXGS and AXLES, for Wagons, Carriages, Buggies. & Sulkies
PRESERVING KETTLES, brass and Uuwl, from J to 5 ,-Aim
APPLE PEELERS, 100 doz. retail 75 cents, i
WHITE LEAD and prepared paints, aU colors,
OILS, linseed and machine, best brands. VARNISHES, all kinds
COOKING Utensils, all sorts, izes and styles,
Vrc could saw off the north pole if we could get at it. DISST0V8
" Great American " has utver been excelled : saws of all sizes
' aud for all. purposes.
WELL BUCKETS, puleys, chains and ropes,- ;
CLASS, window, from 8 x 10 to 3(j: 44, Blue Glass to order.
NAILS, cut, from 10-penuy up $3 per 100 lbs. From 10-penny to
4, 'S to 4 ceuts, Wrought and horse-shoe nails? variable, j
SCREWS, tacks and brads of all sizs and for all uses. '
Blacksmith Tools, all sorts ; a patent drill, new and splendid.
ROPE, jute, ceisal, uianillaT hn n and cotton, from i to 2 incbesi,
BELTING, rubber and leatli er, from 1 to 14 inches.
Horse Collars, horse aud. mule shoes, bames, aud trccs.
Ede Tools and boring implements iu endless variety.
FARM TOOLS and MACHINERY ! j
For all purposes of superior qualify aud ejual to any demand.
Straw Cutters, Cradles, Plows. Rakes, Hoes and Shovels. i
House furuk-h stock (in my liuej rtnnplete
SabJIers' hardware and tools, full assortment.
BRUSHES paint, varnish, white wash,
Wine aud C ider Mills. Can? Mills and Evaporators.
Carpenters' Tools, splendid aud more complete than ever. and
Still a few more of them Machines left!
Come one come all, and see Sam Tayloi:. the paraxon of R, 11. CltAWFOKts Centennial
Hardware Store. lo;ly
COME TO CRAWFORD'S.
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ORDERS FOR PRINTING FROM
Responsible persons, or on cash remittances, shall receive
iOiFT A3D GJLREFSIL ATTENTION.
COUjlT AND JUSTICES' BLANKS KEPT O HAND.
PRICES STRICTLY LOW.
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DEEDS & MORTGAGES.
Fee Simple Deeds. Deetls in Trust, Mnrte Deels, ConimLssfoners Deeds, Sheriff
Ittils. ( battle Mortgages, Farm Contracts. Marriage and Confirniation Certificates,
Distillers' Entries, and various other forms for sale at the j
- WATCHMAN OFFICE, i
SR. SICHARD H. LEWI!
(Late I'rofc.-sor of Diseases of the Kye and Ear
in the Savannah Medical (Joliee.)
Practice jLisaiiicti lo l!ic
EALEIGH, N. C.
Et fers to the St ;:t Medical Society and
to the (itorgiiLMcdicjil Society.'
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OMNIBUS & BAGGAGE
I have fitted up an Omnibus and .Jaggne
Wagon which are always ready to CftnvevV.e'r-
Fons to or from the depot, to and from parties
cvc. i.eave oruerat .Mansion Hoi;?e
or at my Livery & Sale Stable, Fisher Ktreet
near Iiai!roal bridge. "
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NOW LS THE TIME TO SUP,CKI EE
FOR THE WATCHMAN
and constantly arriving
3 to 10
Table and Pocket cutlery elegant and abundant!,
Pistols from .j cents to &2i) plated revolvers. '
Gnus from children's $2 to 840 sporting.
IROX GATES and FENCES, aud gate latcheg.
horse, s.:rub and all otier kiuds fine aud coarse,
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RALEIGH, N. C. ' .
Board the Day, 82.00,
IJeautiful situate.! next to f
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