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Published every Friday in
, Louisburg, N. C.
' by ;
Geo.' S. Eater El, S Froprietnr.
... .r o.kriPi ta AdT.cfc GEO. S. BAKER, Editor and Proprietor.
Advtitisxaests will be fcsaerted
the fuCowit,? rein per wwri ;
1 150 A
TERMS: C2.00 per Annum.
For one year,
For six months,
For three "
L0U1SBURGV N. O, FRIDAY, : JUNE, 9, 1876.
Mcthooist CHUca.Rev. F. L.
Held, Pastor. Services every 8abbath
At 11 A. If. and 7 . P. M.
Prayer -meeting every Wednesday
at 7 P. M.
Communion service the Second
Sundav in each month at 11-A. M
Steward's meeting Monday night
after tlm second bubbath In each
Sabbath School every Sabbath at
3 oVock P. M. E W. Fuller Supt.
Sr. Paul Episcopal Cuubch.
Rev. E . Dolloway, Rector.
Services on the first and third Sun.
div In each month, niorninz and
Holy Communion, monthly on first
Sunday school every Sunday morn
ing at 9 o'clock. '
Written for the Courier.
By Eugene Hall.
last interview, daring the course of
DAVIS & COOKE.
ATT'YS anft CODHSELLORS at LAW
LOCI8BUEO, F RAH KLIN GO. N.C.
Will attend the Courts of N ash, Frank,
lin, Granville. Werren,and Wake Conn
t'ts, also the Supreme Court of North
Carolina and the U. 3. Circuit and Die
nct Couits. No. 7 -tf
"W. H. SPENCER.
A T L A. W,
On Nash Street,1 ver Hawkins
L0UISBUR6 M C.
11. F. UULLOCK JR. T. T. MITCHELL.
Bullock & Mitchell,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Franklioton, N. C.
Will practice in the courts of the th
Prompt attention given to the wllc.
tion of claims. No 50 tf
A beautiful white cottage gleam
ed through the Grove in the mcl
low Autumn sunset. The irregu
lar tinkle of the cow bell testified to
the close proximity of the driver as
did the wild and not unmusical re
frain which re-echoed through the
woods. The barking of a pointer
and the baying of a half dozen
deer hounds, signaled the ap
proach of pthc-s, than Toby the
cow-boy. The family carriage st op
ed at the gate and Mr, Moreland
got out saying pleasantly, " we are
here Miss Ralston, it is only a short
"I am almost sorry it is ended,
I have really enjoyed it."
When they reached the porch she
was introduced to Mrs. Moreland
who was very handsome, ami pre
sented her three beautiful children
with considerable pride. Hugh.
Lena and Robbie; they seemed un
dca'such good control, and Mr. &
'Mrs. Moreland so kind that Miss
Ralston felt that it would be ex
ceedingly pleasant in this happy
little family, and soon her cold re
serve gave place to real affection.
She had lcen domesticated about
a week, when one evening after
the mail had !cen brought in and
read, Mrs. Moreland said,
"Mr Son writes me that he will
be at home t o morrow."
"Your Son!" repeated Addie in
'Yes." I have really another boy
by a former marriage." Here the
delight of the children at the news
made them quite noisy, and Addle
walked down to the school
the evening , Addie said, "Carrie rood, meeting the children who
wrote me that her father was qnite said Hiss Addie was in school, he
siokv Do yon know how he Is?" walked In pausing on the thresh-'
There was a half merry, half re- old, Miss Ralston sat hy the
proachful glance from his black table, her head resting on it, look
eyes, when he said, ing very, tired; hearing the footsteps
"Yes, he H much better, I should she raised up, gathering, her book,
have volunteered the information, 1 only stepped in," ho said to
had it not seemed like alluding to a 1 hand you this, placing the letter
EXTRACTS FltOU "A 8PEECH
DELIVERED IN CONGRESS
OK TOE 18th MAY LAST,
BY TUB HON. J. J.
DAVIS OFTTi 18
One Squire ooe tinic
. M two
- three M
44 tare troths
Fotrrth colaxna ooe year
ITalf 1 ' -Ooe
f ' IIIWII. . .,pil Mil Ijl US
of Joka Adaar, (oezx tieea as tavth
:iia la roa4 Bmmbers to 1 00,-
079,000, tia ocgit to lure pne into
kol cyt years of Jefcrsoo; I thiTrwury, has bew losU the rw-1 ,
niwti.M.iu.ii i.i..:t.tl .... . . I
Addie determined to extricate
herself from anything like dis-
pleasure at his neglect, hid her
embarrassment by an amused
s I cannot imagine Mr. Ewing
why yon should have been vexed at
my losing sight of having met yon
before. I will be candid, at first I
thought as I. had only a faint recol-
kxtkavaoance or Tms republican
PARTY. ' '
Economy and simplicity should
characterize a republican govern
110,000,000 sort than tU wUU eirat
years ol HaisoQjMa bracing lL irarof
1812 with Great HritUla; 173,000,000
nor than the vbole eit years of
llonrt; more than 1 120,000 000
CTBSsent, lost by the fkQare ef tfeca;
wbcae slaty it wa to collect it ta
so, or to aooouot &x k; L I aU
tht pots it tatdlj, stolraftoJcaj j
Iron the psfplc ay eottayt and fraods
on the table and relieving her ot
Thank you sue said putting it in I should mark the
ner apron pocket as tney waiKea to pnblic servants. In the earlier
the house, leaving him In the porch I days ot the Republic this was the
to wonder if she realljr avoided Mm I case. . Prom the 4th day of Mirch.
more than the whole four y-ers of J. lent oGcials tni ctrtaUaitioM al txs
Vf- aaau; inera, uxa f40,OO0,0O0 And for the proof:
more I ban the whole etrbt years of
honesty and fidelity I Andrew Jackson; fGO.OOO.OOO more
character Of its I than the whole four Tear of Yan Ta.
Ten. And tome of as are old enough to
remember how the economical spirit of
The eommuako treated Vy CLm
Proiicnt under the act ef Murc 4, !'
1871,conaUdng of Geors TTCUa
uartia, Alexander. G. Catldl, Josrj )
llcdil, Daemon' A. Walkar, E. JL EI3-
or if her indiffererce to his com
pany made her forgetful of his
presence. If in days gone by, "lie
had ever believed she cared for him
he had no such thoughts now, but
lection of you, perhaps you had fully believed her engaged to CapL
lost sight of me entirely." ,
"Did you think that possible,".
"Well it had been so long, we
would really have had to become
1789, the day the Federal Constitu
tion went Into operation, down to
June 30, 1875, the entire net ordin
ary receipts of the government, ex
clusive of loans, amounted to t0,-
337,034,61825. Of this sum only
Mwuuwy arouica uy ice ex- i U, Joaeph IL iaciras, an4 DitU"
travtsaDcaofMarUaVsn IW, and 1 C. Coi. cade tWrV rwrt'U lSTi.T, A
Aad the iVtsidmt by h spacalpea- , J
bow in 1840 b was orervbeliaed
by Ump people because of what was
theught to be extraTtganc, but in
com pari ton with tleae times wonld be
considered stiogy ecoooay, for ia one
Dunrich. ARer tea be challenged $l,ail,953,353.62 were colletted I single year of repablicaa rale wo bars
her for a game of chess and check
mated her in less than half an hour.
She plead unusual stupidity.
. ,"I should think you wonkl be un
acquainted again, that is why 1 usually bright, after that nice let-'
met you as a stranger, when I ter."
found it vexed you, I feigned farther She glanced at him, as she re
ignorance purely for aggravation,- placed her men, and replied, "pro-
nothing more," she said laughing, bably if you knew the contents you
Charlie hai looked at her quietly, would advise me to centre all my
while she was speaking, his cxpres- thoughts on one point in order to
sion niaj'le her cheeks burn and her make a wise decision.and excuse
eyes aroid his.
You arc willing then," he said,
that a new acquaintance should be
gin?" 4 '
"Certainly I never refuse an in
tr xiuction to any one in the house
of a friend."
duct to nceitate the counten-
ancef your friends."
""Mr. Ewing,' she said with a
my indifferent playing."
r "I had rather discuss the discis
sion than play," he said quizzically,
trying to hide deeper, feeling."
Sae smiled, saying "did you ever
take a step in a business point of
from the foundation of the Govern
ment down to 1861, and $4,495,
081,264.63 have been ' collected
since that time. That U. largely
more than twiee !as much money
has been collected from the people
in fourteen years of republican
rule than was collected in more
than seventy years prior to their
aaveni to power, now let us see
how about the expenses for the
same period of time. From March
4, 1789, to June 30, 1875, the net
ordinary expenses of the Govern
ment as any one may see by add
ing the figures under the head of
"net ordinary expenses. on ptget
05 to 67 of the official report (pampb-
view without consulting parties who 1 let copy ) of the Register of the
seen that $60,000,000, sore waa lost
to the Government on spirits aloae
than the whole four yrais of his ad
ministration cost. Ia this one year
$75,000,000 mors was lost orttolec
than the cost of the whole fear years
ef John Tyler's admiwMratioo; $16,
000,000 more than the . whole four
years Polk,' tiabraeisg - tha period of
the Mexican war; $16,000,000 ;taore
than the foar years of Taylor aad Fill
more; and more waa lost on whiskey
alone la 1866 '67 '63 than the whole
cost of the Goveraamt under tb
combined eight years of Pierce aad
The amount oat of which the Gov
ern men t has been defraud! Is o ha-
mease j that like the centennial txhi-
sage of Deoczaber 19,. 1871, trasrslt-
ting this rrport U Ooqtcp, laities it " 1 '
and asks for all strtcrth which Cca-'.!i
gress eaa givato enable tae Uaj ta
carry out the rcCmasiootaadl by .
. . . mm a. .
tae cjomnusioocTa. Xbcao eostaav
aioosrs say, (Senate DcowzaesU ITa.'! t
to 2, socood ftffioa Forty seecaJ Ccrv.. . , ,
pmimfni),, ,. . .,
t It is not east to cosduU In tz-
ures the exact ccoaosilcal diTbrtnco
bclweea a goodasd a bad tjzjcz r
of the drQ EcxTka. s Ii is crcwrK
lj, a 13 titter of lafcrcace . csd cfi
oomparisoa between tha probabb. . ;.
operation bf a carcka ana earcSul if
method.: But it is . calculated, hji
thone who have made a; carc'il-.i j,
study of all the facts, that cac-triii : kj
of the ucresues of the veiled? l
States are annaaJlr lost ia the i czr, .a. .
lecUoo,and tor a largo part of thati ,-.
lots a cycles; of tho serrica tthh. . t"
Is partially uaaoond .ciay ,resoza i
bly be "celd responsible. , , :
Kow, if thta estimate Is eorractrfri
isa u u u auaiu wsxaw or -a;.i $
colored, his manner showed were particularly interested in you? Treasury, made November 4,1875 v:.;oB u vtuvu wn bichart fullkaa' astharitv. sail
y that he was not satisfied- j"I suppose yon have done so ?" -amounted to $0,801,956, 954.69. .4 ...i ..t-? doubt not and I think I can show.la jtH
matters as they stocxt. lam' he answered. I From March 4; 1789, to Juno 30r1 i-tk-
sorry if in the faint recollection "Yes." she replied. nd an im- entire net ordinary expenses 'of the I . ... I -this estimate Is eoncctjOctBereJaAa,,
have of6r summer at the mcdiare ilccission i foiccil upon Ooicrnmcnt ambanted to I guoOOO'to' oTiloS twm I Whlnl'&initTfolniiUm1-1
.mere waa augiii in my orn- mc, ami K-omao-iiKe I leci reoci-. 708,195.3. From- June, 50, J85I; I t. tl': WW tti. i. L oea . I liu li. "Tronrr. le.Tlcih.eiifr,,
11- I A V A All - V .." -.'
lions." 1 10 ano fourteen years of
t MYou must give up teaching or 1 republican rule, the net ordinary
forfeit he had risked Hhis much of expenses amounted to t6,220,
cae-fourth, amoaatleg ia exact florri.
escaped to her room,
wandcrinir charmiDo P001' you purposely mis- j his- thoughts, but hesitated, and 1 759.35 -ami this is exclusive
Watchmaker and Jew
eler. VISE Watches nnd Jewelry Of the bis
M tntifiK-tor him t thelowet pi few.
All woik nernonullv attended to and var
- - a
muted. " .
tt B3 8yenor8t,retenbnrp,V
Whitelaw & Crowder,
Marble & Stone
Corner rayetteviile and Daln Streets.
C O UEI 33 It
We have added to our stock a eplen
did JOB PRESS, mith an clegaat
flection of type of the latest styles,
sad we are now prepared to do
io the neatest and best manner.
8a you need not send vonr IOB
WORK North, for we will do it iust a
well and cheap aa you can get it else
wlere. LETTER HEADS,
why this happy little family could
not be completo without a grown
up son. But the children would
not let her forget for an instant the
unwelcome intelligence that brother
was coming. Not until their bright
eyes were closed in slunfber, did
they lose sight of the coming of
brother. Then Addie thought it
quietly over, and although, it was
a so iree of great annoyance, ., she,
tried to persuade herself that; one"
so much loved at home" coukl not
prove much of a terror. The next
day after dismissing the children;
she remnined in the school roonr un
til no excuse for delay could even
be indented, and then with a re
luctance that she had nercr felt at
meeting strangers before, she walk-,
ed slowly to the house which was in
sight. She saw at a glance that
the family were in the porch. The
children ran to meet her. She did
not look at the manly figure, who
arose assho came up the steps, un
til Mr, Moreland said, "Miss Rals-"
ton, let me introduce you to Mr.
rx lug , - t
A quick startled glance, an in ;
clintion of the head and Miss Hals-,
ton-passed on to her room,- wander
ing why she had not heard before
the name of the absent son and
brother. Charlie was quite as
much surprised as she, and asked
why In' the thunder they didn't tell
him who it was that taught" " 1 -
4Why," askel Mr. Moreland
laughing at Charlie.
''Only I I -was -'taken by sur
prise"; "You know her then."
"I know her by reputation," he
said getting into a fiolic with Rolv
bie, evading farther questioning.
Circumstances were a little awk
ward, but Addie determined' to
meet them with sufficient tact for
the emergency. So when the tea
bell rang she was in her usual place
so interesting and lively, it seemed
that if no former acquaintance ex
isted, a very pleasant friendship
would soon be . engendered. Mr.
Ewing made nojallusion to their
take my meaning. , strange to say she flnishcl the sen- public or war debt; that is, (bar
44I am gratifietl that you did not tenec for him Capt. Dunrichs teen years of republican rulo cost
mean it.!' he said looking rclicvecl ; favor," and without much embar- the Government more .than three
then added thoughtfully, 1 ;J have ressment After a moments pause times as much money as the whole
never forgotten a single instance he said very earnestly. Miss RaU- cost of the Government from 1789
in that memorable summer, and I ton more depends n pen this decis- to 188l,a period of seventy -two
have built many hopes in the be-J Joti then you may think. Consider years, But It ma j well bo said that
lief that yon remembered some of-pfcll, and I ask you t n let me know
them, but ! suppose there was more your decision not from curiosity,
but pure interest, a It will decide
an Importent question for me.",
" f Addie was ' surprised, fmt asked
for me to
a(a , I f 1 " I ror as "it nj to, lost, or ;ra, u;
AUV I na.i as ahoaa'bv tha aaaaaa lfi70. I t.ti. v.v.. ,
m . . , I VP t : H mm m - . -
01 tbc Jaat think araiaf If all tieronertT Caatin correct in their crixrtff T.
truth than poetry in Mr. Moran's
remark, that l4yod made all of the
impressions without taking any." V
"1 consider one fortunate indeed 1 abruptly, "what is best
who is not susceptible.' she rc-jdo?"
plied without looking at him. ; v "I feel a delicacy in giving ad-
'I considered myself invulnerable, 1 vice in such a case, and he was
until that eventful summer I then I much agitated when he said, 1t
the ordinary expenses of the Gov-
crnment during the war were ne
cessarily increased. . That is true,'
ami to make the comparison fair
lctuatakoa perlod of ten years
since the war; and I wish to be
borne in mind that I am now
speaking of the' 'net ordinary 'ex
penses" of the government, exclu
sive of the interest pakl on the pub-
i i : - . . m
oflhUcaro prood cU StaU-Uad, prepco to show their estimate till t
boose, eorm, tTerytLin- were pat c apouat y, V aa ythirj too raaH , Tt s
at auction aad sold for cash It would 7. tb. Trra.cry CMrTrr :
I dsn) lo htaafinusi rercrt wt u tx'.j .
not amoant i
to in one year tiwaataero Uiaa tae I aio cervfs ot u szttv u: ji .34
aseesrod Ttlafiw sfflotriins, to tU eca. I wr0,o:3f C3; :asi lr-r- ii f
sua cf 1870V of .AlaUeacr Arkaa J safely 1 tatti ctt:mt;rn cl,:
1; , tto country for crccftiattV 9 r -ic -pv U
sas, erDeUware,-.or Florida, cr Hla- tJott ofardeatspiriuhsskerV fBU'r
alasippi. or Kew .llaaphlro',or with tle inertajw cf .'rilatian, 'A .
to aadacbaa UttWJuskey I auv;'---.i -t.M 'v x .r
tho rrasao&lazsosatcd been.'aVout, ICOXCOOD D1151-.!
found there was pleasure in the
paiii of Cupids arrows. but it seems
there also lurks a poison in these
little flirting missiles that take ef
fect afterwards. I have never for
gotten Ihe thrill of pleasure, or
gotten over the keen pain, aad
now that I am with you again, the
pleasure is still in predominance,
and will be until we separate, then
the pain will be 4 in propotion to
what the pleasure has been; I know
the better part of valor in this case
-shall I profit by; itr;,' , ; j; 7
;He was. regarding her with in
tence interest, but Addle did not
mean to put herself again la . the
power ot the fascinating gentleman,
so she replied somewhat pointedly,
"Your own judgement must serve
you in this case as it has in some
others, but you must excuse roe as
I have to write some letters to
He looked disappointed but of
course gave his assent.
The next morning CharFie said
he would ride over and get the
mail, also carry any letters tney
wisned mailed; there was only one
and that in the unmistakable hand
of Addie, to CapU Jno. Dunrich."
Charlie wandered why he had
yon love Capt. Dunrich; do as he. Ilictebt, which amounted to over
$1.000,000. 0001 nd the sums paid
on the public debt which amounts
to many ' hundred millions' more.
From March 4, 1789, to June 30
1881, the expense of the Govern
ment embracing a period of more
than ssrenty-two years, covering
thiwar " of 1812 the Indian wars
and the Mexican war axnoonte J as
I hate already shown,' to only $1,
581,703195.34. : The t set onllna-
rr axnenses cf the fonr- xrr rf
Don't stay later than eleven' o'clock I Johnson : sdnhiistrxiioa was Cl
when you spend the evening with a 012,420,202,. 14; six years of rrcsi-
preuy friend -the wisest aad wittiest dcatGrant, $ 1.021 813,25a-makic3
t--- ritr:rfnjje- k-, ia tea years of peace the cnorrsons
nun ia Chnsteadoo becoei bore mm , u-
ater that hocr. ; , r V; nearly one-third irore than all the
juui oeiievo aay , woman to 00 aa 1 expenses ot ,tba Government tor
angel. . If you feet any syoptcis of gcrcnty wo years, from 1 79 to
""" wga ic 1 issi.lnclndlnsthewarof 1812jtha
wishes you;; You . once said that
professions of love was only a waste
of time, unless they were; framed
in gold. This may decide yon,
rising he took ' from his pocket a
paper and pointing to a notice,
handed it to her, and left the room.
(TO BE CONTWCTD.) "T ; .
XXIsatsa to Yonncp Oontlo-
eont, or Texas.
; Who will say with ' this exhibit in
which nothing is said of the frauds ia
the eclleetica of the tobacco tax.-for J
hare not time to got .into- that that
the ertimato U Mr Cortis'a oocuaia
sion Is large enough? Bat aaurmicg
it not to bo over the math, wo hsrro
ahewn by the highest proof that the
Govern meet baa . been defraadol cot
of ooe-fourth cf its revecu; that is ia
round numbers, $l,500,000,000i but
this dors ecs reprcscatJ all f ho kssi
' If this tanncy bad looa faillfdly
ecilczrtd ; ano booesUy ar-p.i54, ;:
would Lara got to too - axtit-aUi
meat of that saach cf the puUU dsbti
So that ta rrprckt tlo , jcil lea tlo
interest tarst t bt tidtd.r 1U- czj
000 who will taxo the paias' lo fs!n-t
lata it wttl aeo :that ZlCOfiZZOf
M - .t r-.
it T .
f . I J
22- Horso' Povcr Ucrf4."
I i. ..i . ." - ; . U,m- .. - .3t!e
, ' r.i?:-i4i' ;?.? $' XT''. . lift
C-t r"?Tl t.J Las
and go to bed U Is as much a mala
dy as the small ' pox, and it w root
business to get over it at quickly aa
possible. An angel, indeed! If you
don't find out pretty . soon that aho
Jacks oonaidoably oore than the
wiogs,we are mistaken.
IKwi't make up yenr iaind about
aay creature In a belt, ribbon aad vel
vet rose tte without first aakttg yoar I frota March 4.
Infian and Mexican wars: and if
you add to the ordinary expense of
the six years of President Grant's
ndministraUca tho amount cf urin-
cipaland interest paid on the pub- I ted tad hoatsily applied sad occiaxwjy
Now, tie psilie dsU. Is .la la rczd
tiatn tnu ts ctd ibzt ctsrly eacrS
baa beca Id to the CLiuarrrst to pay
tho entire polHo dabt. I la it cctthse
forourpooplo to arocss t Seta scl res? If
this occry bad bsea faUhfally ccllro-
i mcs.7T -circsai 58sa Lpa
llacLlicry ca sp'pt Igatica
' VTe aae a taw to ' Uca wo bare
cold Csscad kasd Errara, Tcb-"rta,j
. . . ' . . . i i . . . . a 31
A. 7TICTT0L3. . Dsrtaa, 1 r-r'-V-ik
: izzzzaw a p i.TT'.r.'.i.rJ, iw.
bcrr, S Hz rlsca. ' " ,;cI
m . . . .
sisters adnoa. irpcnd open it. oao
woman can . read another abetter ia
Svs minutes than you can in five years.
, Jnd, above all, doa't think that
you mut keep yonr' lady-talk aad
lie debt. It win amount to $4,00?,-
438, 46 1.82; that is' more than two
and a half times as much as the en
tire expensta cf the Government
1TS0, to June 30
vour pen tie man-talk in separate bd
never heard of him before, just as I gofs. labelled and assorted unlets you
though, Miss Ralston might not
have a number of lovers, he had
never heard of. The following
want tho girls to laugh ia their leevea
at your wishy-waxhy acnUsaentalism.
Talk to tlien in frank staaly way as
. . . ... . .
you wouia to an inieuigen rentietnan.
bad carked tho adaiaistralloa cf tha
Govercsest, bow diTaxst wczU bo
the ccadika f tho cocntry "to-dsy,
-tTtAUDO.- r -I "
,Bct this b not tho worst. I have
Let us look si this a littlo b ditxIL I ehova frcn the cZrbl rrport that tho
It ia conceded that $182,000,000 were I act crinary rcveeua tctlccud by tho
lost to tho Treaaary ia oao year alone Goveraoeslsad t:hkh west into tho
18C3. oa this one aabject of taxatioo. rreuorry tisco 1CCI ssoasted to $4
Juet think of it? Ia one sickle yearcf 40iC31S4.CX 2ow I propose to
republioaa role there was lost or stolen show frca ah rr?alca authority
front this aisgle aaareo cf reveaao tea aad front cTiriil aourees that waa act
time as xaoch as tho whole expessa I core thsa threa-Crths cf tho sracsTtt
, o XT c:::::r.i izstcj c-.
B II rOGUB BlHihcro, ToUcco
: PRICS & CO. EiatcjvilU, T7oo4
waaUtetr Uadlsory, ,
CTUIHYALT & COS Barn XIcs
Caw f.xtra. f ' "4
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