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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 19 June 1872

Ir" Depots ~Y1iauis, Pro'pnotorsiJ A nF~i~ ~r DoVofd' Ali 1-~~ut~ tdU~aue . . ~ [omi~m3O e nuI dao VOL. V11191 WINNSBORO. S. 'C,, W NESDAYMtNN.J E19182[O1 XI" YMI____ THE FAIRFIELD HERALD IS PUnLISIHED WEEKLY DT ESIORTES & WILLIAMS, rms.-Tue lanA) is pub)ilhed Weel the Town of Winnsboro, at $3.00 ii iably in advance. topft All transient advertisements to I pn id in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1 00 pc square. Rcfudlng the Cotton Tax. WASHINGTON, June I1.-the fol low notice has been issued : TREASURY DEP'T, June 0, 1872. The attention of all parties inter osted is particularly directly to thi following provision of an act makin appropriations to supply deficiencic; in the appropriations for the service of the Government for the fiscal yea1 ending June 30, 1872, and for formo1 years and for other purposes, ap proved May 18, 1872, and the regu lations for carrying the same int< effect : SECTION 5. That the Secretary o! ' reasury be, and is hereby, an .ed and directed ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 19 June 1872

THE FAIRFIELD HEALRD Published Every Wedncstbiy at WVIi.VNS'BORO, S. c., DZESPOJtRES A~ WiLLI~.4. I TERNS-IN AD VA NCr. Ono Copy one yea, .- - S 3 00 -'ive " ' -' . . j260 ( T'en " "' " - - 25010 12 'The 8o.Called liuII Iix Prisoncrs. h The Baltimore du lishes the r fA Iowing accouit. of I he a1 rival of tle 8 utlh Carolina Ku Klux prisoners in NQw York : The stip Chanipion, from Clbnrles too, arrived at 1ier 29, North Itiver, la night, having oi board twenty threo Ku Klux prioier~s. Among them wore grayhaired mon and beard. less boys ; btrong 1nen an(d eriples. I They were under a guard of United '-'tatei sohliers, and o their way to t he Albany pcnitentiary to rerve out a term of im-prisonment. All of t hem profe.!ed to be farmuers or f.crm workmih(1, anld their &lu-burneod faces an11d hard ened liualis gave proof of it. t All of thsce men lived inl York coni. Iy, South Carolinia, one of' tlo 3nin1o c m1uties in which martial law was .1eel 1red last October. S'mo of theii hla:...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 19 June 1872

T3acea'. SC&g;zibisi. T. ROSS ROBERTSON,, Local Editor. J Our Aget. Tke adverfisiun a~eney oft essrs. Waler, Evtnsicogil*61I riptesont eQtcd by 1ioswell T.ibgan#2sq.,'is the oly athrised agonoy for this papo'r itn Charleston. A irest of pr. Nratton. In regard to the arrest of thib gen ,6ti man, mentioned in another column. we have been reliably informed that h0 was 'kidnopped in Canada, mid carried to Detroit by force. Outra A geous, to say the.least of it. 1Iccase of Cottou- Acerage. It is said tha4 the Agricultural Re port for next month will show a deci ded increase in the acerage of cotton planted. It would seem that upon this statoment future contracts are likely to drop down a little. Onu the fleach at Long Branch. Our President GenerAl, tired of Ex ecutive labors, has retired to Long Branch, to take his case in the house Ton Murphy gave him, not "our Toi,'" but "Custom House Tom" from New York. Sometaing New. NIiss Tennie Claflin, of N. Y,- has been made Colonel of a colo...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 19 June 1872

,he kalled4eratd JPUBLI5SED EYVERY WEDVESDA4Y. A'ClrouS20ffihedmpa'gs. Dan Rice's circus seems to be ifighting its wa " out West. At Baxter Springs, kansa, th..constable of the place made an attempt to ar rest an employee. The constable was stopped by one of the proprietor of the circus, who declared that he should make no arrest under the tent of the company. The constable was apparently, as they say out there, "spoiling for a fight,":for his only reply was to draw a revolver from hia pocket. His antagonist immediately did the same, and for some moments there was, in the arena, a lively time not put down in the bills. It was es pecially unpleasant to the spectators on the beuohes, who did not, take thal interest in the question in the dispute they might have done had it been a more personal matter. The constable and the proprietor of the circus, and soveral of the performers, as, also, an inoffensive spectator of the poetical name of Wiggom, were wounded Then the circus took its tr...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 26 June 1872

Desportes & Wiiams, Proprietors.] A Family, Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquirv, Industry and Literature, [Terms---$3.00 uer Anmun, In Advano VOL. VIII.] WINNSBORO. S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE , 1872. [NO. 2 T111,,' FAIRFIELD HERALD IS PUBITSII) W3CKLY BY DESPORTES & WILLIAMS, Teri.-Tus H nRALD is published Week y in the Town of Winnsboro, at, $3.O in variably in advance. 0o All transient advertisements to be paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1 00 per squaro. iunpowder. 110W IT 1a DIADE-A HOUSE WIIERE DIEN NEVER LAUGiI. How do you think you wolid like to live, fearing every moment to be blown up-not doariug to speak loud, or.j ir anything, for fear of starting an explosion that would send you in an instant to the other world ? You don't think it would be very pleasant ? Well, it isn't ; yet hun dreds of mon live, just in that state work, receive pay, and live, year after year, in the very sight of death, all that the world may have gunpowder. You can eas...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 26 June 1872

THE FAIRFIELD HEALRD Publishod Every Wednesday at, WILNASBORO, S. c, DE SPORTES & MS. --0 TERMS-IN AD VANCE. Ono Copy one ycar, - 3 00 Vive 4 " " - .2 59 ton " "6" -- -25 0 Tue Ref11nniis of 718 -ioetlt'ruto t oi0ti rs F1111ily litterred. RicnVoION, VA , June 20, 1872. This oveiiing one of the most iijos. ing, sad and solemn funeral process sions ever witnessed pitsud through the streets of this city, h01rir1;g to their final resting place at i lollywood Cemetery all tht remained of te. boies and dust of 718 Confederate solders who fell at Gottysburg, to be lad at rest b(-neath their nativo soil. Nearly a week ago the renins of tII gallatit dead were received here inl i large number of boxes diirect from the field wheic they died fighting for the "lost cause.'' A large mzijority of tile dead belonged to Pickett's division of Virginians, which mado the disastrous and fatal charges on that bloody 1i4ld, and their valor and heroism have since become mattor of his torie note. T1heu ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 26 June 1872

T. ROSS ROBERTSON, Local Editor. New Advertisements, Corn Meal-R. J. MoUatley. Grocerios-D. R.-Flenniken. For sale a desirable Store and Lot, Broke Out in a New Place. From Tuesday's Augusta papers, we learn of a heavy strike of the la. borers on the Port Royal Railroad. The contagion seems to be sp~eading from the North this way. "On the Wine." A hlt of "blue.coats" passed up the road Monday. We suppose some new Ku Klux outrage has been unearthed, and the military called upon to nab the offenders. Oh ! those naughty Ku Klux! The Campaign Opens. The signal gun of the campaign will be fired at Ridgeway, Saturday. Much gas and mean whiskey is ex. peoted to be let loose on the occasion. Prominent candidates will be present to assert their claim3 and qualifica tions. New Flour. Mr. Calvin Brice and Mr. G. H. Miller had flour In this market last Saturday ground from new wheat, which was offered and sold at $7 per hundred weight. We can testify personally to its being an excellent article...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 26 June 1872

The Fairfieid Heral. PUBLISHED E RF Y WE]NDESI A. The Ctijthl of Ireland. A correspondent of the Boston Daily Globe, in the courso of a letter to that paper from Dublin, gives the following account of the city "nan' yoh ligine a city of 200,. 000 inhabitants that hail conuparative ly Po noise, u.9 teams in the streets; no amoko, Po, hurry, no manufac. tures ? Yet such is~Dublin. Sack Villo strect at mid-day, one of the graidest thoroughfares in Europe, looks like Broadway, Now York, at about two o'clock in the mornin this is, the streetway looks like it,ofor that is the only time to get Broad way clear of coaches and teams. But the side-walks of Sackville street are very lively and very- fashionable. They are not like the jostling side walls of New York or Boston;the sidewalks of Sackville street are near. ly as wide as Washington street, Bos ton, and the promenading ladies, and 'swell' from the Castle or the garri son, are nover obliged to elbow their way in the approved fashion of...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 3 July 1872

S& Williams, Proprietor~.]e A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industryer Annum, In Advano VOL. VIII9] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 3,1872. [NO. 3 TI FAIRFIELD HERALD IS PUnLI18uKD WEEFKI.Y BY DESPORTES & WILLIAMS, Terms.-Tup. Hu.Ln Is pubilshed Week y in the Town of Winnsbor5, at 63.00 in variably in advance. &11 transient advertisements to be paid in advance. Obituary Noticesand Tributes $1 00 per square. The Stamp Abolitpns. The Washington correspondent of the New York Journal of Commerce, gives the following detail of the Stamp abolition, in the law of Jun 6, 1872 . - TO nE ADOLI 8[FED. Contracts for insuran e against a - oidental injur ies. Affidavit. All agreements or contracts, or re newals of the sa ap. A pilsemdnt, of value or damage, or for any other purpose. Assignments, of a leas, mnortga policy of insurance, aranythin ef Bil o xchange, foreign,inad Bilofn miitaoBo ur inan,o letters of credit, or anythin of that kind now taxed by s...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 3 July 1872

THE FAIRFIELD HEALRD Published Every Wednesday at WI.VVSBO1O, S. C., lIT 0 DESPORTES & WILLIAMS. d ----O- r, TERMS-iN AD VANCE. p One Copy.ontear, a*. . $ 3 00 R live . '' " - - 1250 Toil" - 2500 A ling of the True Metal, We extract belo* a brief paragraph e from the remarks of 0. II. Harrison, " Esq., of Chioago, -Upon taking the r chair at the Pewooratio County Con. U vention, (Cook County, Illinois,) a t feW days since. It has the true ring C about it, and the fact that outrage / lias attracted such notice furnishes a the beat evidence that the people are c awaking from their slumber and will ii goon shake off the shackles with v which they have been bumnd, while a sleeping, by the "1trong man armcd." 0 Gentlemen a nation never loses its t liberties, except when it sleepeth. v And I am sorry to say that the American people to-day Mleep as profoundly almost as if stupifled by an an niodyic. A few days ago there appeared a little paragraph in the papers that should have made th...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 3 July 1872

0:- Estrayed-on Monday, 24th of June, a Brindle Malley Cow. Infor. mation conoerning her will be thank. fully received at this office. Our Agents in Charleston. The advertising agency of Messrs. Walker, Evans & Cogswell, represent. ted by Roswell T. Logan, Esq., is the ;only authorized agency for this paper in Charleston. Another Convert. Col. G. W. Carter, late editor of National Republican at New Or1leans, has become disgusted with thievery and corruption, and refuses to suppoit Ztho Radical pninees in JeLuisiana. The Hottest Day. Last Sunday was the hottest day of the season so far. If there is any country any warmer than this about this time of year, we don't care to get into it. This is hot enough for us. A Deserved Tribute. Mr. H1. Wise, the gentloman who gave timely notice of the burning of the trestle near Vraueluse, thereby averting a terrible accident, has been presented by the authorities of C. C. & A. R. R. with a free pass for life over the road. Western Whe.tt ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 3 July 1872

W W bo Af il Priso . Among the political prisoners in the lbany Penitentiary, sentenced under ie infamous Ktrllux law, is a man y the name of Moore, and this is his istory, as he gave it.in brief, from is:sslk bed to -e edityr ?f the Utica lee "Before the war I was a well-to-de lanter in Alabama. I owned many hIves, which constituted miy wealth, 'lie events of the war reduced me, learly to poverty. At its close I athered together the fragments of my B nined estate, hired a few of my former eq laves and commence(d life anew. All nu vent well, with tie nntil a month or sl ix weeks ago, when I was suspected of ieing a Ku Klux, arrested by a Utited ~ tates Marshal, given a hasty tri.al, >uind guilty, sentenced, and t w'o weeks go was brought from Washington to his prison. My term is ten yedr.' Th The editor of the Dee adds: "The Th nan vowed upon his hionor, and as .ho ini frayed that it might be his death tIed, hat he was as innocent of the crime barged against him as I was myself. ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 10 July 1872

NOW INI Dosportes & Williams, Proprietors.] _-______ A Famnily Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquirv, Industry and Literature.Lem-$3Q urAn m;IAdno VOL.% V11I9I WINNSBORO., S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNINGJL 0 17.[O TlEu FAIRFIELD HERALD is ruiiClSD wFKKKI(Y nY DESPonTES & WILLIAus, r Tern.-Turs IlmaAaIo is pub)khed Week y In the Toywn of Winusboro, at $3.00 in % variably in aidvance. & All transient advertisements to be paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1 00 per sq unaro. Complimentary to Ju ige Rutland, 0 a At meetings of the several Bars of the 4th Circuit, the following reso l'utions have been adopted, complimen. %v tary to the judicial course of lion. Y Jas. M. Rutland : CeIESTEnIET.D. if At a meeting of the bar and offi. " core of the court for the county of " Chesterfield, the following complimen- t tary preamble and resolutions wcre nuaniniously adopted. They were presented to his Honor by tho Solici. tor, Major A. J. Shaw, who, in an able and eloquent spe...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 10 July 1872

THE FAIRFIELD HEALRD Published Every Wednesday at WINNSBORO, S. C., DESPORTES & WILLIAMS. -0 TERANS-iN A)VANC. Out Opy one year, $2 00 FjVe 4 if is - . - 1260 Tea " " " 26 00 The North Carolina Ku Klux Outrage. The New York Tribune of Monday says: "We must not be so prompt heroafter in crediting reports of Southern outrages upon Grant orators A few days ago we commented, with some severity, upon a dispatch from North Carolina, stating thart a speech of Mr. Settle had been the occasion of soine riotous disturbances. It is impossible to regard Mr. Se'tile with any special respect, but we con dened the reported attack upon him as a violation of the freedom of speech whiob is the right of every one, and which must not be anywhere infringed. But the outrage vanishes when the details of the anair are re teived. A Grant paper of this city gives a full account of the occurrence, which reduces to nothing the thrilling talo of the imaginativo'tolegrnpher. "Mr. Settle began an account of h...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 10 July 1872

New PTrtiseme is Mespr Wood d x 4i oftef their4g1 of Dross Good at os for cash.$ - App.)p~tIon. for , j sotiige.A Charlq 0Bri'e '. 0j- A lote f .a edfite sale at McIntyre~ who snorjodoud enough o unlobk a valise. 114 felle us be ag~ triod igef featualiy. Shipment of Peaches We understand that large quanti ties of peaches'are being shipped from Doko, some North, and o1hers to Charleston, and nearer'points in the State. Iloraoe .reeley attended the Boston Jubilee last, week, by special invitation, and was recei'vOd With un-. bounded entlidiasm. - Bully for "the Iube - Hunting for Offoce. Candidates were as thick as bees at the Pio Ne Thursdafy. Since our first notice, about threo hundred more have come out, but as we are "on the wmko," it will cost them a little 'fpons" to got into print. Caudidetes far Oongress. A. B. ,Wallace, C. .0. Puffer, J. J. Pattdrson, and Judge Mackey, 4re re garded the nost prominen candidates of the Radicals for Congress from this Congressional Distriot, tl...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 10 July 1872

Tha FairtilW Herald. WEP / "th7) If Y..(iirv 1 'irin (Our 1('13d4' ., i'ill .ol $irve fil h n. )30111300134C341. of fie dinitill u tLiA~ gmu t'lettiitil IWIll Nits 1%r ::tl '.* aU 4 a Citi/."13 (or ( Iorle cii,, aliI Uoi' a. C icrhod culh33'cted withI the An:3n33es of he S~tatec. Wo tot ioc t hat Im: hiI tho tribitcE to his rue 130 I. (ivor t wety isocitt We oUdgc'' nre' sumnum31)1d iN t he piti L'jInitt' P) unite in Pnriig tie INA'i 11 ihuli A1v, -j ]Icct to t1he. & Oo.'eJ ed, We4 aliplli f4 ile Alloing u t,.il : ' *V '7* It i:; 443, vaillfi1 ditty t!) ,nn lv thicC' .40 141,( of~4t~' 1 4r4.h34:4n, (44 41v43(::Ol(] T''.&31t , ") tidl ill ,,I]1 ($1144 134 ' ll4'\ null3 (' il m i' L4''o4,V ask uA tulo , 44.: wV. vont": Nve!3 5'u3'row,' a.' 1* 33~r on1' v.!l'to Nvo"3 Liv it,' th I& :~ No 4'3:33i,';443, . AIib' oi '. ivar '11-o44 %v4 h 4 lAh24' I14 ~ 1. 1111 , 114.1 4'nod I.,:l. 4jI I 11,:114 lp3 (' ( It 1.4 Nv(' :'. o , '' Ito Itr li 1 3.' 1.1 . I i v4 11~ : '1 4.141' w ~ i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 17 July 1872

Desporte & Williams) Proprietorm] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquirv, Industry and Literature, [Terms---$&O0 uer Annum VOL. V11d6 WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNES)AY MORNIG J 78. N T1 Il I E FAIRFILD lEiRAD 18 P ini.1811K) W EEK 1.Y PV I1ESPO It'ElCS & WILLIANIS, 'Wrn-T. -I F iIaI. 11 publishIMI Weel y in tle Town of Winnsboro, at 9i.00 i, varialIl in advance. 0"" Alt transient, advortiseiehis to I paid inl ldvance. Obituary Noticesand Triiules $1 00 pc all 'tare. Froiu our Baltimore dorrespo-ddnt. July 9th, 2 P. M, The gods, in preseuting their gif to Epimotheus, could have scarcely re ceived more pleasnre from the sight o their prescut than the honest peopb of the United States this day do, i tle conviction that they,and not poli cians1, are reposerited in the sterlinj ex p'onenlts oaclh moment ar riving in thil city. For the first tirme in many year the anomily is presentted of uiellisli nees in politics. This execeptionlt Cas, of political heroism shows, I appr...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 17 July 1872

THE FollFI EL D lEALRD lniiim 1-:very li y t. W/.VWW 11. 1'.,N 'I'.': '.: - I .tJ ri \ xCvl. Onte Copy. I:-e y .1r, - . M Fivo - . . .. . . . . T j ii' ti I. i. it t i i. A eOrreP: M o ' i II .M i l . til by 11. iT. C it , I .t c~sU en s t the o d u l : ) i Aftor itdvocati w : re-flee, int .i rin ;I (o hunhia. I htil hON i ,. n1, e al 1,i0lt 'm1Ii -l CO ., St thle W.. < c"~o. I i a they 11 A e 1" vi ay nlus' i rviti t h t ii. ; bt It ! i io t.l I h o i ' ywt ! 1A i 1ar ! \ , f .t . , : ' A At oi, NOr> r, ChW m w ,r:Q . I d. .\ ., .! r. 1 . pr n-n ali :< , t I 1, . b veryttt it ! : I um :I i i. ni ;i. u' u to 1 t in u I b to ", l t the lwul ; O Qhr' ti.) d do viv w :.a h A ' 11 1 t I 1; ! it P, hL PA the li.lt O A commpr(d 1W ! wvith thein, (:al plat kn.,v wat (t'. r bin ii on t he Ktt Klu:<.) lit :.serted that, wit h ut T h i y iiv it hiAl ivued t ,7I ,W ;!0 14. : Ii that they b id, to Is < : in :noI td7 , Ill ibe Iie h. . l b are, i d lit ghty t l up to i t . i . , l...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 17 July 1872

Now Advortisomnts. Masonic Notie-c-W. G. Jordan Secretary. Onions and Irish Potatoes-MeIn. tyre & Co. Cowv Bstrayed--I'. WV. Ollever. Goods at Low Piices --0. It. Thomp, Read our Baltimore letter. .it wvill be found highly interesting. Our Agents in Uharleston. The advertiing agincy Of M~esrs. Saller, E:vans &. Cogswell, represent t:d by lto.well P. n 14wa . , ik the Bras s Dand. EIlforts are being made by some of our White citi..s to raisO it brss 1ind. We hopel they will prove sue. ces.-u Il. Such an citorprise is e.ileu Ited t do tlhe ton good both at hroie an.1 ahro(wd. Of Why is thme no R.1 Ball Club ? It seen'.s to us, such al oc aiLztion would eiu(ce so iuch to tho comititutions of our young n i. Will iiot some moving spit it endeavor toi. raise onie? See notice of now arrival; by Ladd Urthers( & Co. B.reot & Co., and A. inuderdalo. Now is tho time to 0 r Uolic is (lel alw a3s to i inls and strangers rojourni. ii 0ur Town, 1-ut loalfe:.i alld :.Jovgers I.! iCV...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 17 July 1872

The Fairfield Herald. P'ilULisl:0l Visible lip p!y of C011011 Miiide tp by l'. We wtid Telegritipi. By cable wo have to iight; ihc s!4 at the d ifrentf uropeu i ri, I the ludia 'ott nit allout for alI of - i I sopo, and the A mi ericant all.-at for acz, i poit, as ivnbelow. Fromi Og;p..i IbL thus receivel, n Iat prep Arnd the I followin'g table showing t.1e < t't'''t ity 1 ofeotton in sight at thin datO (.Inly .M 0) of each of the two pant .as,,n: p 1)als. Le.. Btoclc in Liver pool, I o,),000 7 15,0 meekC1 in I lavro, 2 32,o00 :i 2~ID ill e l. ii1 I0s 1 ) 1_1aO , 1;~ Stoel itt .lte t3oek ii At. itr)rdamt A fl o a t fo r Great Oit, ai, (Aimeri can,) !,O ! 9:', Alloat for I[a. vre, (A mo0ri IlAoat for le incn, ( A nit-.ri call,) A float for A mt , tc'r d a i , (Aus'orican,) TotJ L n d i ta, Cotton -alloat for Elairtp, StoCk in lini I e d Statu.s Tota ) 11 ,!) 11) 1)j'x I)!,: I t oek in!land da,500 :6-- , i G 3 i 9C,00 ,0,CO t 'ihIO C.-itk cr \ it i (;:try Tre tur't I i kin, Ali~ in...

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