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The Fairfield herald. (Winnsboro, S.C.) 1849-1876, October 06, 1875, Supplement to the Fairfield Herald, Image 5

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Supplement to the Fairfield Herald.
Courier Jouritalisms.
We want no stronger evidence to
show that the fool-idller is dead than
the more fact that the editor of the
Washington Jlepublican isn't.
A correspondent writes to ask us
who John Noble is. He is the howl
ing racoon of Jackson's Purchase,
and can swallow more sorpents, whip
more wild cats, and cut the pigeon
wing over more red-hot bars of iron
than any skunk or lizard in Southern
Kentu cy.
It is said that aimong the statutes
of Massachusetts is an unrepealed
law which lines a young mnn for
walking out with his swoet-heart
after sundown. Enforce such a law
here, and you would crush out
rapture onough to set up a small
sized paradise.
The Washington 14'ulican says;
"The number of editow s of Northern
Republican newspaperp, whon it
wore base flattery to call idiots, is
constantly increasing." This the
editor of the Republican might have
nnticipated when he placed himself
at the head of the list.
They say that the ladies are now
wearing stockings that cost $30 a
pair. "We have often noticed the
exquisite (uality oft the stockings
that have fallon unde.' om- ob'iserva
tion, but never having :h mght, in
the hurry of the moment, o inquire
their cost, we really can't say
whether the report be true or
filso.
Grant's central or'ga-n, the Wash
ington Repuldican, tells its readers
that it is the avowed purpose of tho
Mississippi Democrats to carry that
State at the next election through
extormination or forciile in timida
tion of the negro voters. If the
physical proportions of the editor
of the Jrulbican were but half
equal to his capacity to lie, he would
be compelled to- stoop, Ftinding
flat-footed, to hang his liat on the
dome of the capitol.
Wdi:n 3. Twce 1, in Li llow
streot jutil, soes nobody but his fni
lv, his physii:m - and his lawyers.
Mr'. Tweed visits him daily and1 his
counsel ahfout as often. It is cuv
t >inmiry at the jail when, for conveni
onc, a prisoner wishes to be out in
the pure air for a few hours in tho
o npanly o! an office'.. to grant him
hat privilege for a fee not fixed, but
assessOd according to the amount
of bail, in default of which he is
ield-a kind of d.iscounting of the
risk involved. Mir. Tweed's bail is
fixed at $3,000,000, and half a day's
liberty in his case woul I be schedul
ed at about 8100. lie has only
.vailed himself of this lilense once
however. having no nionev, as one
of the Order of Arrest oficers says.
fo' anybody but his lawyers. Tlls
solitary instance was a few days
after his arrival at the jail, when
h wvent hoie for two oir three
hours. When lie Ieft Blackwell's
Island Tweed spent the night be
iorc giing to court, wheneo lie wvas
ro it to his present quarters, at his
house in Fifth avanuc. For. that
attention to his comfort lie has paid
nothing yet, and lie is not expected
!o payn an.ytling. His familiar'
fi gure is doubtless one element of
his indisposition to go out, as it
would inevitably be reognized in
any pl)Uic place. He pays $50 a
week for his accommodations in
doors, anmd the cost of auny visitin's
lhe may wish to do befor'e lie gets
out of jail, which lio thinks wil. i
be mnore than six imnths, go~es a.
the Order of Arrest D.anatment.--I
N Y. World.
Judge Burnham, or the "Boston
Tachygraphiic Society, p~roposed to!
dr1op) te letter "a" from "head," and
"ugh" from "though," as "u" was1
dropped from "labor," "honor'," and
"valor," amid "k" from "almanac,"
"music," anid "logic." Millions of
miinutes anid money are lost in writ
ing useless letters. We should
adhere to thme phomnetic rule of let
ting each letter have only one sound
and each sound one letter. The
pe of a rapid writer travels a mile
in five and a half hours, and makes
more thaun forty millions of strokes
in al Ver.
The suggestions of Judge Mackoy
to the Grand Jury at the opening of
the present term of court, the strong
endorsement of these suggestions by
the Grand Jury, and the instructions
delivered by his Honor when the re
port of the Grand Jury had been
read, give assurance, to a dead cor
tainty, that the days, or rather the
nights of these receivers of stolen
goods will soon end. Under those
instructions, the Grand Jury, upon
evidence being furnished will indict
as a nuisaneo any person who buys
at night, tany agricultural product,
cotton corn, wheat, potatoes, or any
thing e!se, whether stolen or not.
T~e romedy, we bolieve, will be a
inenltiah% sovereign one. The crops
of the country being exposed to the
depre latio's of sneak thieves and
night prowlers, and the manipula
tions of night-buyers, should be, and
are, the object of the law's spoeial
proteotion. Judge Mackey is de
terniriied tha t the fullest protection
shall be given.-eser Re porter.
The Prince of Wales has mado all
his arrangements for his progress
through India. His baggage (and it
is oxceodingly volumninous) was put
on board the Scrapig on Wedncs.lay.
He will cross the channel and pro
c: ed by rail to Brn.lisi, Italy, where
lie will meet the vessel and embtrk,
pr,.c 3eding through the Suez canal
to In lii. It is probable that the
question of tie Prince's costume has
been decided upon, and lie will
douabtless appear in all the gorgeous
trappings of the orient, for a black
( ess coat and pants, white kids and
lavonder neck tie would not meet
w'th the approbation of the high
toine-: Hindoos. Bull Run Russell
aocompanies the Prince to writo up
t'ie aff'tir for the London Times. Bion
vcyage, Alfred Edward
A Te-ith Ward.1o-, rather un,.1c
the infitinee of liquor, approached
an qaitance the other day and
remnarked: "See ere, Bill, thve say
you v .lled me.. a sheep-thief."' Yes.
I did. " e(l, you've got to apok-1
gize i r l'll lickkou ! "I'll be h-Ippy
to ap-ologiz. I called you a sheel
thief-but I mis spoke myself-I
moe'nt to say that you had been in
jail for stAling a horse !" "That's
man'y." sii, the Teith Warder.
"Less takc a drink. I knew you
didn't think I'd pick up anything
simailler'n a horse."--letroit Fr ee
Pres-.
N EW STOR
ROSENHEIM & CO.,
l' E1'':1T1FII.LY inlform1 11he publ.
Aj lie in general1 that Ius~y hanve op1enled
(Ile iie rI rn-1.1tiiyi tie ui.ied by .1. I.
' atheast j h Ive they inleniid to c'g.diuet n
gencrald ,I. ek (S nIm I0 h611d i., consieilig of
( OT AI I( x NI) 8.H10E ,
.A NL DJLlQUOltS.
WE GUARHANTIEE
' "i and sq u-are .I mentIiai~1 to e'ncai and
-- ry ne I hat, will cii. unI us,
EST ABLISH ED 1859.
0Y RRi ThM' RI) TY'Y.*A RS E~l''J.RIENCE
IN 'IIN W1AI'ulI .'A'D CLOCK
13 (SI NESS.
NEW 000DIS.
G JL anid Fiir Waii~tes, (the very
~ eat iimen keepersx) boli Gold Chiains,
hull P'latetd Chain.' ~ ings and diver Buab
Ch.ains, witcha I runninnleeIC. Also, Jireast,
Pins (Coilhir andii Shirt, JUu tons of all des
crptions . A me or beaut'il Clocks. M ho
can beat thmi lina eI~pairing done in a
wvorkmnan-ike mnanner,' i'at isfaction guaran
CHAS. MULLER,
W. R.'Doty& Co.
3 Doors West of Post Of)lce
- I N
T'IESPIAN HALL BUILDING.
DEALERS IN.
FAMILY & PLANATION
Pi tO)VIS 0ONS,
UI lyIN,
IlXY &c
A SO,
PROP R.ETORS
-OF
I[jIV T II T SA:1If
ST .1 E s3T_ 5
W er' we C.allstilitl I k-vp (I
trill1da fuIllly stippl\' of<,fooit
Horses cZ: iulS,
i'(). ...
n.. ,25
GO To
Anl.1 limY n ( iie arri,-lo of Cl IEESU at
20v ^t) lb. Fine N.. 1. 2, an1.1 .1 MACK
EltEL att a1 a:mi -hunlee ,n .Ne.w
York prices.
-ALSO
DRYOOT),
AT MODERATE COST
U. (I. DE~S POIUTES,
I J1ME 1 LIME!
11() B ~.l~t1tELS Lime to arrive onth
4t frirth of Octobe~r.
out 2 McMAST1ER & BIUICE.
C)E car load Winter Oatst. For sale
low for Cashl.
sepr 2:3 JEATJY BIUO. .& XON.
E areanill p)rep.uedl to take men s
ursfrShirts. File G uaran teed
.Iuly tj W. 11. FLiENNIL(EN & .
SQUIER & CO.
ARE SELLING
DRY GOODS,
Olot'12ing,
BOOTS, SHOES,
FOR CA.SH, THAN ANY
HOUSE IN
WINNSBOR,.
All accouits must
be settled at once.
JNO. C. SQUIER & CO.
21pt 30__ _
Beaty Bro.& Son.
IIAVE~
AND FOR SALE
1,1 0 yd. Stab .1:1 ud Donmes
tit- :IIu 1-1:1-neo) Bagg"ing.
g00 hilllillei Ar'row anid
Wedlro Ties:.
1t)() 1h). hal-Ing Twine.
50 ke assoi-ted.
4 dozn Axeo.
A 1()t of Woodeni Ware, Shoes)
:n 't QeCr'al assort
AND .
PROVISIONS.
AT BOTTOM FIGURES
FOR CASH.
sep~t. 4
FIRE INSURANCE.
$4,000,000.
I DI (lhe ngent of eleven Fire Insurannco
IComp onies whose combinedl assets
exceed milhion dollars. Short rate,
anul term policies issuedl. Lou n try
<iwelling risks a specialty. Gin house
risks takeni at reasounahle iateu.
JAS. W. LAWY, agent.
]Ea' fe TI1'UE.WaRcO
~ c3ECURIT1Y Life Insurance and Aiuity
SComnpany. Assets S3, 449, 108.25.
Life. Non-F"orfeci ure (in (en paymnicts.)
Endowment and .A nnuity lolicics issued
on the most favorahlo terms,
sep - JAS, WV. LAW, A geuul.
CONNOR & CHANDLER
--NOW OFFER
.-A
COMPL ET E ASSORTMENT
-01 -
SPECTAC ES
-ANI)
EYE GLASSES
sep e 18
JUST RECEIVE
Car 4 Load Wh~iite Corn.
I Car Loal Flour-all grades,
I Car Load Boltel Mcal.
\W hite and Siokd Bacon and
Hio and Java Collec--"green
an1d roasted."1
New O.leans and Con.no1
Syrups.
All gruades of SUCAl.
Lard InI bbli., hal:-bbis., eg
aid calls.
(ellluile Duraliai Silo0I.iig To
licco.
1 11Y
D. I. F'LENN IK .
:ijdil 10
IDr 's a
-,All WorATarrantet,
LOW~VIsT Parc aB
SSen~cfbr.Prtes List
L.H. IIALL8, CO1
- %4e 8,?to.2ttrAet 6em&
WINN SBOR0, S.C0.

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