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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 2 October 1872

Desportes & Williams, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature. [Terms---$3.00 ior Annum, In Advanor VOL VIII.] --WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 2, 1872. [NO. 16 FAIRFIELD HERALD P; PUi-iiii.D wI*KI.Y nY DESPOERTIES & WILLIAMS, Terme. -Tni lKRiiuAi.n iS publislbe.1 Weel ly in the Town of Winisboro, at 93.00 b. v.riably in adotynce. ti7 1l t,ran.iieut advertisements to bi p-i ,:1 inei vaice. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1 00 per bqu aro The Nero's Fuilturc loi. The New Yoik IHerald of Tuesda, has two columins on "our negro popu' lationi-its political influence id labor movoments." It argues that the negro being adapted by nature to a tropical climate, and being averre to unnecessary labor, will ultimnsfely go from Delaware, Mar3land, Vir pini, Mis.ouri, North Carolinr and Kentucky, und from the upper and miidle sectionsof Tenne-sce, South Carolina and Georgia, to the more extrIme pot tions of the South, where. pro...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 2 October 1872

1HE FAIRFIELD HEALRD Pub"ished E:very WednesdaI it VINNSBJORO, S. C, TERNS-IN AD VANCE. One Copy one year, . $ g 00 Five " ' 12 60 Ten " " a - 2600 Our "Parental" covrnment. A GLIRMAN Vir O 01111 INTERNAL R1:vP E sY3'rl-H)W ' T E To BACON16TS AIM. VICTiMIID-THE LIT'ILE GAMIE OF THE INFORMlERS. The petty iannoyances on the part of the United States offilials toward dealers inl tobacco are st ill inl progi ess and almost daily we hear of one or another heavily filed for doing what cannot be firly coutstru'ed to have been a violation of the spirit of the law. Now it is an empty cigar box, innocently given away by a dealer, for which he is fin ed thirty or fort) dol!ar.. Now it is one thing and then another. The tobaccouists must pay, atid tho United States cfficiails pocket the greci.hacks. The greatest oppression, however is in the constru tion of the lkw regarding the sale of chewing tobaoco. The law says kneh tobacco must, be sold only *frou the origiual box ; and the officials here...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 2 October 1872

Democratio Appointments. The following gentlemen are ap pointed Chairmen of their respective precinets: Geo. H1. MeOfaster, Winusboro'. Joel A. Smith, Horeb. Jos. K. Davis, Monticello. David R. Elkin, Joukitusvillo. Dr. Robt. W. Coloman, Feastcr ville. WVade Brice, Yonguesville. Wmn. E. Yongue, Kiilingsworth. A. P. Ruff, Ridgeway. Dr.'. V. Bokbart, Doko. Jesse Gladden, Gladden's Grove. 'I hesa gentiemen will effect organi. sations in tticir loalities so as to on biore a Lull vote at the Congressional election ; and will have their pre oiio'ts fnUd delegates to Winrsboro' Oil such day its tho Hon. 13. F. Perry mady speak Ithere, for the purpose of producing concert in action in the State and County elections. JAB. 1-. RION, County Chairman. New Advertisem -ats. New God---C. Muller. Mloney Saved-F. Elder. F esan Arrivals-Boaty & Bro. liihoad Meeting -C. Boukuight. Anual Report - W. J3. Peake, Clerk. New Fall and Winter Goods-J. 0. Bong. Dirsolution-U. G. Desportes & Co. Gone t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 2 October 1872

Tho Fairfleld Herald. B'ER Yi WFRDESDAY. IreSNilig 1111(1 Diplomacy, The Pall M1all Gazette, of Septom. her O says : L-Adiesi and others who take an in.. terest in variations of cost Will pick up tomne useful hints by studying the proceedings of the three Emuipe. rors at Berlin. Seldom, indeed, have three siters in one family displayed such ingenuity in this respect as that exhibited by their mtjesties at the great court dinner served in th< White Hall on Saturday evening. The Emperor of Austria, says the telegram, wore a Rus.ia uniform and a Prussian order, th Emperor Alex. ander a Prussian uniform and an Aus. trian order, and the Emperor William an Austrian uniforn with the lussian orderof St. Andrew. No two empe, rors, it will be observed, were dressed alike and all three had dipped into each others wardrobo. Probably wt shall next hear of the Emperor of Austria in a Prussirn uniform with a Russian order, the Emperor Alexan der in an Austrian' uniform with i Prussian order, an...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 9 October 1872

Desportes & Williams, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquirv, Industry and Literature. [Tcrms---$3.OO oer Annum, In Advano yJQL. VII.1 WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDN SDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 9, 1872. [NO. 17 THIE FAIRFIELD HERALD . 8 PUnimiSHICD WF1CKt.y nY DESPORTES & WILLIAIMKS, Term.-Tnti lliart.w is puilisheld Wcc ly in the Town of Winnsboro, at 83.013 variably in advance. gV All transient advertisements to I ptiid in advance. Obitutry Notices and Tributes $1 00 pi Equare. A Blooly Riot In Macon and a Row I Savannah Georgia. SAVANNA1, October 2-1 P. M. E. Bryant, Deputy Collector of ti Port, attempted to create a riot at tb polls to-day, and was ordered off tv the deputy 6heriff. 11a resi.ed am attempted to draw a pistol, when lh was strnek over the head with a eoal by an oflicer, and taken off and is io, in confinoment. The election thn far is progreming quietly. B radile the negro A% ho for the jast t wo wueki has been excit ing the I- groes to I ii an1.d ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 9 October 1872

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD I'tiblished Every Wednesday at JWINNSBOR, S. C., BY DESPORTES & WILLIAM.g - o TERMS-IN AD VANCE. One Copy one year, r- $ 00 Five " " " - - 1260 Ten " d ' . - 2600 T1,1ic Octoer State Elcotionis -The Great Excitellicut ill Penn isylvaili. On Tuesday, the 8th day of Octo ter, .will cono off the all-important and all-absorbing State elections in 'ennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana and No. braska. In each of these States the administration and the opposition parties are working like beavorp, and over all of them rousing mass meet. ings and stump 'speo'lhies and torch light processions in every city, town and hamlet, are the order of the day oi both sides., from day to d-ty and from night to night. The support era of Greeley and Brown, fully ap.. preciating the necessity on -their part of a cheek in these Octolber elections to thu boastings of the republican party, are bringing all khocir-f orcos, all their strength und all thett'iava and means to boar upon Pennsylvania,...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 9 October 1872

Now Advertisements. Wagons for Sale-P. M. Spenco. Attention l-R4ymon Gibson. Masonio Mlecting next Thursday night. Now Goods-O. R. Thompson. For Sale-W. E. Aiken. Oxen fo. Ssiln-Jno. 3ratton. Notice-D. It. Flenniken, Clerk of Council. Good Beef -W. R. Garrison. Bran-T. 1R. Robertson. Cotton. About two thousand bales of cotton bi-ve been shipped from Wiunsboro this seasion. R. R. Change. Gen. E. P. Alexander having re. signed the Superintendency of the C. C. & A. R. R. is succeeded by Mr. Jas. Anderson, present Superintendent of the V. C. & A. R. R. Cotton Market. For the past week 516 bales of cotton baro been sold in this market at 16 to 16.1 cents. Death of Dr. cameron Our caminunity will be pained to learn of the death of Dr. A. S. Caine ron. Ile died at the residence of hib father on Friday last, after a linger ing illness of Consumption. Another Death. Mir. Wellington Creight departed this life ycsterday after a brief illness. "Wellie" lived an upright life and died wit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 9 October 1872

The Fairfield Herald. 1't:11.11.183111) E, T 'E R I W I F D f . E lSD./1YI .I The Ilitk Culinel an1di houitm Carolina Obilgations. Colonr! Martin R. Delaney, who is i I Qw inl New York, try itg to raise 'ida for the Regulars in this State, lis writtein the following letter to the Naw Yok Times : T t1he iNaQtwr of the New York 77 :-"A Hond-holder in Trust," ill n not dtated ol the 26th September, mtakeis the following pertinent enquiry, and reqti.sts that a reply be made f trh t hetigh t Ti mes: Did General 'Mos'., n a; specel inl Chuarleston, say 'tlhat it he wecre eJected Governor he wivaldi repudi:.te the debt of the State 1ad dild not Care to have the SLate f aredi good in New York ?" That Judge Meltoa n mlade a like pcceb, but only warae ; that others taty it- teir Fpoeehes thatt "the debt lhadlI i e.a led to n ine in ill iotn I" W ill "the intere8t on the Janual v :.n I J uly, ai w ell as the October audI April h'nds, ho paid soon V 0 To these inttc ins I would res pectfully re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 16 October 1872

r Desportes & Williams, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquirv, Industry and Literature. [Terms--$3 00 nr Annum, In A dvano VOL.VIII.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 16, 1872. [NO.18 TI' H Til FAIRFIELD HERALD IS PUiL.ISIMFD WFEKLY BY iEIsPOiRES & WILLIAMS, T .- t'u n Il Ia t.n s pu blished Weel -iv in th' Town of Winnsboro, at 03.00 i variabIy in advance. :gy- \il transient aivertisements to be imid iI adVanln. Obituriry Notices and Tributes $1 00 pet i..u-re. A Westrern Tirnad -An Arkansus To wR Aliost Destroyed The mail brings reports of an un usual number of acciden-s from the recetat iorm of tite Lkes una I in the Ilississippi Valley. The followin-g special despatch to Ihe M isouri Rn. publican gives at stariiing account of the gale in Atkansias, on the 29th tilt. Stie st ea mer J ullia, that cam0 down lat night, reports a terrific tornado as having occurreJ nitiety miles above here, yec.-terday .fternotin, at OeCola. Ark mn..us. 'I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 16 October 1872

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD Pulblipiheli ].Very Wedniesd11. at. WVNATSvI ORt 0, . (., nfy TERM8--IA' Ali VANCE. Oie Oopy one year, . . $ o" " " . . 25 1 Elishingt011 News, Colonel lRobT, of Georgia, ati1l \ M Ravage, of (alifornia, two of th I'ommIIissIoners appointed by tII President to take testim~ony relativ to the depredatiotns oi the iio Gradc Laving returned t0 Washington to day, called upon the I'residett au had with him a long interview. Congress, at its lite scsiuon, :ippre priatcd ,O)O to pay the expense of t1ho conno11iSsion. Tho t'resident was much inteirest ed in tho narrtion of thes gentitleie who will prela a formal reportL A Itransminiion to C.,iigrc"', and wa: <videnitly grain id (I %vitb, the Ininelil i'I whieuh they t rant,ltld thle b sie with Which they werel entria.,ted. The incuslias by aIrn .\i .xio-i h:Id(s in)to 1t.exsai:4 -kre. 11It F'1e r ns, ;III h ave con t inuel i eve r siNc 1' 5'.). 'T e have ince that time drivei horst nid catN estimated to lie wor newera...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 16 October 1872

XIaoom a. giz1)i. Cotton Market. For the past week 650 bales of cotton have been sold in this market at 16 to 17 cente. Now Adverti'e31th. Money Saved-F. Elder. D. Lauderdale advertisee new goods. Sheriff Sules-L. W. Duval), S. F. C. Wood ward & Law offers a long list of new goods this morning. See the inducements offered on the corner, by MoMaster & Nrice. Obituary. Died on the 31 of October, little AuCUSTA GERTRUDE, youngest daugb ter of H. M. and M. D. Zealey, of Monticello, aged 11 months and two weeks. Bacot & 00. These gentlemen advertiso to-day a very large stock of Groceries, which they have just received. They also have for salo two hundred buebels of Boughton's Premium Seed Wheat. Give them a call. Anotter Oonfeotionary. We notice that Mr. G. A. White has opened, in connection with bis bakery, a confectionary, fruit and toy store, next door to J. D. MoUarl y's. We bet-peak for him a large share of public patronage. Bully for Georgia. The Dumouratie majority in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 16 October 1872

The Fairfield Herald. EPERY WEDES.D. AY. Reamsn Resuming Ulir Throne. The followiig is the synopsvis of a peech delivered befre the reguiar couvent ion t' Republicans of Charlts ton on Wednes-day : StephtinA Briwn, from Chri.-t Church, made a lotpu, enruoet ond fur cible epeech, teilliig thle delegato-, from his experience .s a ttiiner of the Asseubly, tu.iny iimurkablo rc tliniceunet-s u Riadical it-ctaty, and explaining to tie colred delegates, in their own pt ciiIiAr patois, liuw tihe) had been sindled. He exi Ied the conventioji to elect good iinent, rewintd od then hat they could pihce Ito further contidenice in the unscrupu"l..u carpet-baggers who h.d coue into the State, chuwhed into4 fi.: upon the black nen, ald then roboed aud iu suited whites atid blacs alike ; noir could they nomninuate a ticket. n holil froIn theii 'on race, bLcc.U-c thIy un fortunately had not s..lticieist iitiii. gene a:d teduitioin to occupy all tile offiees, and be told thei plaiinly ttit they miust ...

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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. — 23 October 1872

Dosportos & Williams, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquirv, Industry and Literature, [Terms---$3.00 ner Annum, In Advano VOL. V111.1 WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESD2Y3, 2. [NO THE FAIRFIELD HERALD 1. PUnl1IC'MD WEEKLY lT DESPiORTES & WILLIAMS, Tem'it. -'TIIs IalALa) is published Week ly inl the Town of Winnsboro, at 03.00 in tear-ialy inl adv1aner. I(jy- All t rausient advertisements to be paid inl advance. Obi.tnary Notices and Tributes $1 00 per .' et'Ry [For the Wminnboro News and Werald.] A UIUUMN. List to the mouriful Aultimu winds, How wi'dly sad their plaintive tones. How in the dark and dismal pines, They -nittl like weary, dying moans. iehoul lie blighted Autumn flow'rs, That withered .at, the North wind's '.ritt h, IHow slowly pass the solein hours, aice lhoy have lost. their hues in death. The fore-t trees hereft or leaves, Lihe sieottes griin nnil gamnt appear, While An wtniti moris :ai Akn unn eves, A t- deck hig carlit for her cold bier. low...

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. — 23 October 1872

THE FAIRFIELD HERALD '' Published Bvery Wedhesda7 at U WINNSBORO, S. C. i nr tt .0 TAER.MS-JX A i)VANVU. nuoe Copy 6e year, - $ 8 0) 'in if ef 9r - 2oo~ --e ' - "- - nr llurning of he America - Thrilling I A'couiut of the visaster. 'l'he steanishipl America reached U the harbor fo Yakohuaa, Japan, safe. ' ly aind in grod trim, at 7 o'clock A. M., Saturday, August 24, 1872, with in an hour of the timo she was duo. "Soon aftet she was fastened to her buoy, I went ashoio for a day or two, tintil the branob steanler for Shanghai i should sail. The same evening I went 4 aboard the Anmorica for a fw inhiuti e and while there learned that, during the day the Yokohama and Shanghai f freights, the mails, and all of the treasure, excepting $400,000, had lad been transforred, and that she would depart for llong-Kong on the Monday following. E]vorything was~ quiet and orderly as usual. All the oflicers, with one exception, were on board ; a few of the passengers and a a goodly number of visitor...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 23 October 1872

a Cotton Markets. For the past *eek 1/51 baleh of Cotton have been sold in this market at 17 to 17j cents. New Advertisements. Rumford's Blacking-MdIntyre & Co., Mail Failu e. Owing to the non-arrival of the southern mail, wet tire untible to give our readers any definite account of the State election, G:- Our young friend 1). I. Flen. niken advertises a new supply of goods in this mornings issue. Our readoi will do well togive him a call. Railroad Meeting. AL a meeting of the stockholders of Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta Railroad, held in (dolumbia on TuIes., day, 15th instanti Col. Jubn D. Pal. mer was elected President of the Road, Col. Johnston having ddclined re-election. S. Wolfe. We call especial attentioa to the advertisement of Mr. S. Wolfe in ani other column, Mr. Wolfe has been in business for the past thirty years, and is better known by our citizens than we dan tell them. Call and ex aninu his slock. Another Gin House Burnt, We regret to learn thawt on Friday nigh...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 23 October 1872

The Fairfield Herald. PUBLIS1iD UT'RRY WVPhEDESDAY. sowing Wheat. As the time for sowing wheat is approaching a few hints may not be out of place. Locality and Soil.-ligh, dry spots, from which water can escape readily -and which do net become "soggy" during the protracted rains of spriig, 0hould beselected. Elevated knolls and northern slopes are best. Wheat grows better in cold than In warm climates-and northern slopes have cooler climates thtan plains or south ern exposures. Stiff soils are better adapted for wheat than light sandy ones-litestone roils standing first on the list, and stiff red lands (elay) next. An exces of vegetable niatter in the soil is considered prejudicial, favoring softness and succulency of the stems, and indncing hereby a tendency to "lodge" or fall down. P-reparation and Manu Iring.-The I oit preparation for wheat is a clean ft/l1oo, that is plongbing the land at intervals for a few weeks, for several months before seeding down. These ploughings are bes...

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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. — 30 October 1872

Desportes & Williams, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquirv, Industry and Literature. Terms---$3.00 or Annum, In Advano VOL. VII1.1 WINNSBORO. S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 30, 1872. WMWbMIA = M~d ML1020 FAIRFIELD HERALD 1;, I'Vii.liil:) w 1:K .Y lY I)UESPORTIES & W ' V.LA M., 17'.nS -T 4) It '1I A il Atu~ is u lcWls, l i Ilk Town f ol' ivinUsblr', at 0:.00 it, %' \ llhansielit adIVertisCICIS tO ix wbi;n ry Notices and TIibutes $1 00 pei snre. To ite Ciimist of Sotit (arolina, t'o.mlt u 8. C., Ootober 21, 1872 -For the iiformtatiol of the public lid for ti c I lirpose of warning the tax. parr fthi, 6ate against a chemell wlichi his been )otten ullp by certain State! ollli h, by wlih cortilill men are to mhe a largo amoa'nt of moncy ev iediig the people, I wish to vd.lrss yoii a few words. A little mo:-o th-in ono ye:r ago i was ap poind to the poitiou of Auditor of Sl,1 and1 since thalt timo I have on. dela.>ro I to do lly duty in that con-. n...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 30 October 1872

TH FJ FIEL[) HERALD I:be1Very wedinesdaya' t '. I t 0) s" (I, 1;V T/:|'7 IX iI)> 'tNC'. nv (y ne year, - . $ 8 0 ' 4"- - 12 60 " - - 2600 0.- P - 1.:.oq ;N From tho 0>p ith of yesterday we epy poitimm W1 the Abb: and ulo. 1111 t 0 p, ech f 1, 1 n ! ll.1.. .\. T. Himn at i A mitesman, deliered G ee AS Clt'cley club1)s of' that city nir 't ,In r. AIfter po-11 hov, Ih w thte co ncentration f ti i A General Uoyerninnt P j n pin 'turhy. o itrusti t A" nh Awa tchu 11e mau tial law oer thV V.Mh in time of r.eac was4 t4 M ko himk a 41i -tator. Once dio It7.r the'it SuiiI whiat hecomes of ii ty in tie rest, of the United ;t,. ? * f ( lie inferior ale. inent'i of ao:ivty aro to be put over it etuat ritr, if* the places of honor u1 hili I is's of government tire to i pit in I he i:aus of thos) who aro ine:a::cita td fromt wanLt of charactor taL ino m:jiI to dischargo their uties iropely, A hat is to become of 0- i'ople It r their control, who ' ill b, k to t i ec iilt of such I I - : nup...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 30 October 1872

1ew Advertisenuts, Exceutrix Sale-Martha A. Black. First Class Groceries-T. It. Ro. liertsil. Finttl Notico- T. It. Robertson. IsItrayed --A. It. 11 inntit. l''one, & .,--Montyre & Co. bl i dirup tcy-11. N. Wallace, U.5.S. Marihal. .Notice to Manalgers of Election Hentry JcbChlair-man,. (to:t M: Lti. For t . p t weei: 990 bales of Ct, i h tn sold i ths ilarket, t1 7 ** i Ii I i o t . Tle 'a - . W j w le one of our nig . tt : is I.i0 piud iin elvse I I vua i; Si: 1 ;I Colo Ilai~ u 116 aId pw r ,'-//. h)e t sont to that borie frtm wh ci.rio travel r rdtunas. We uinall ,1ulpo pairents to Caution t"heli r ..o s i :;O:inatj A ha dingiI( ithe-rms 1 j. D. utVia Co. r r tltr i al t1. eotr;munaity 1.J a r iileste i t notice the - ment. of .\t 3r. WV. 1). Love u2t:,Li,, S. C. Those8 desir. San hould tnot fail to I tta a. call when vis ns m, f.. ve can vs:'ure th and gnob,-e(articsto boot. I **. and Free Tiantsportation. Tih ri olninil is authorized to saty td t iuai.. an.ents ha:Lve b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 30 October 1872

Thr Fairfield Herald. PUBLIS11141 The alinbay in thic Skics. t icids in Connecticut declaro that (he ;n io Iaslnable possibh ility of Ihe lh feat c( ttho U recley Elecotoral K hUt in that State. The Liboral I{.nb;tlicAin strentyth there is large ; it ha.i leen eliciently organized ; the 4n11aS is thorough, and the grist evi. dt1C1es 4t t[h"iar work in the town eUtio4S Will be found only a fore ni'ner of tic liargr triumph they havo ill Store Allr uts. NeW 1;IanpSllir( sCUds news al u4.nt equally cliering ; and it is cor tin tta- with zictivo work betwuen nw lio4d election day, the Stato can h-o :tiried for 4 reeley and Brown. I.ad ig biberal lepoublicans and il ein cr4it. ; from all tthe counties of N e n Je y 43.d a cal eful comIpUri. 4 U4f 1 111 and lie resiult was a clear 4envic4i3 n t1hat, with ordinary activi.. *. othing Can withdraw frui G.e :y I iirow:i the ulIeioral vote of ta.t >t.4te. Lead1ing Germans do dan-d that 99 out of every 100 Oer nan loublo~asI proportion which...

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