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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 24 July 1872

Desportes & Willams, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature. LTerms---$3,00 uer Annum, In Advance VOL. VIII.] WINNSBORO, S. C.,- WEDNESDAY MORNING,JLY2,17.[O TI E FAIRFIELD HERALD IS PUnIBISIIED WEEKLY BY DESPORTES & WILLIAMS, Termns.-Tas IERAL) is published Week y In the Town of Winnsboro, at 83.00 in variably in advance. - All transient advertisements to be paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1 00 per square. Specch of Ex-Governor Vance at Woldon, North Carolina. Gov. Vance came forwarded amid loud cheers. Hi said he was like the darky in the irous, he was so glad he was alive ; he had been "most dead." le had despaired of the republic, but thanked God that he was mistaken. For a long time every voice of re monstrance was attributed to the re bellion, and we were robbed in the name of loyalty. le believed now the Northern people,. as they had saved their Union, meant to save the liber. ties which were even dearer...

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. — 24 July 1872

THE FAIRFIELD HEALRD Published Every Wednesday at WINNSBORO, S. C, ny IDESPOR'EIS & WIILLIA MS. TPmRS-iN ADVANCE. (!o Copy one year, - S 3 00 'Five " " "- 1250 Ten " " " - - 2500 swindlers and Their Tricks. As a general rule the farming -olams is not one of the great reading one of the comiiunity. Thoso who culti vate the soil are usually engaged for ,half the year from daylight to dark, in their everyday pursuits, and can sparo but a short time to keep tip with the news in the weekly paper, or to get the newest and best ideas from their iegular agricultural maguzine. They are much imore liable to be iim posed on by shiarpers than any class solely for want of time to road about the doings of these rogues. Again, they are usually a mor( -honest class than any other. Caleu. Inting to live by industry, and thei very avocation tending to compel -themn to be industrious, they hiav little chance to know anything aboul -the ways of thoso w1o live by wits -for in the roguo's buiness, as...

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. — 24 July 1872

T..noc al Siec.'L1.RZ~0. Now. Advertisements. Turnip Seed-MMaster & Brice. Sparkling Alo-R. J. McCarloy. Notice--R. E. Ellison, Auctioneer. Assignee's Sale-S. B. Clowney Assignee. Meeting of the Ilook and Ladder Company. Market Journa . Wo have rcceived from the pnblish er, J. 1. 1lunter, Ialtimore, 1ld., a copy of the Market Journal, a valuable compilation of prices current, and general cominercial news. New Buildings. Messrs. F. Elder and B. F. David san aro having new store buildings orected on Main Street, which, when completed, will add a groat deal to the localities where they are sitiated. Let the work of rebuilding continue. Got His Ducs. Cornell, the Czanadian policeman, who assisted in the abduction of Dr. tufus Uratton. has been found guilty by the Canadian authorities, and Fen tenced to three years imprisonment in the peni'icntiary. Sic sani-pcr tyran. INorth Carolina Election. Tihe caimpaign is being vigorously pu3hed forward in our Sister State. The Conservatives a...

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. — 24 July 1872

The Fairfield Herald. EB Y' W EDsYE!SD.I Y. The Fall 0 f Riitonld - Ilcrestilig lfiellis Connected with e11 Closliig Scrites of the War. There arQ da3s in one'-, life ever to be remembered-suli was the 2d of April, tie fall of ltetinhond. No day ever dawned over this city with brighter splendor. ANsoft and balmy 1rccz, as it floated over the ill-fated city th-it gorgcows muorning, boro along 1wect inel ody of a hundred bells in. vitig worshi ; and not in vain did they riiig ont their joyful notes, for t.. 'aup w as filled to overflowing, and. the hearty respominss ot that vast vongi rat ion made it 1 16cene solemn :11111 o linv . As it approached 12 'lokI i conier e(nteis, whispers snetin tPlresidenit Davis, M'l-om Wingierand othrs, Vlo instantly Iise antid Iturry out. As i lie 'resident pas ia! iowkn I the lisle there con be seen a ioo'. ofrapprehension, of danger, on hi.; counteniance. The congregation ; it iai 1o4 no time in loIIowing. The report is that (encral Leo's lines llave...

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. — 31 July 1872

Desportes & Williams, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquirv, Industry and Literature. [Terms---$3,00 or Annum, In Advance VOL. VIII.] WINNSBORO. S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 31, 1872. [NO.7 TIlE FAIRFIELD HERALD Is 1'Un1SHE) WEEKL.Y nY D)ESP'ORTES & Wi LLIAMS, Teritv -Tu n Ilun.unw v is publi hoil Wee'k ly in the Towi or Winnsboro, at $3.00 in variably in advance. M'- All Iransient, advertisements to be paid in advaice. Obinarittiy Noties and Tributes $1 00 pcl Bq tiar.0 T he Uon. Jmes b. Orr mtid "The Rlayne Family." 'Jb the Editor of Charleston News.' Judge Orr, in his recent interview with your reporter, after full notice that all he uttered was intended for publication, has seen fit to single out the "Ilayne family," and represent it as, par c:rcellence, a family of' ojice. hllders. If there wias no malice it, this selection of Judge Orr, (and I cannot perceive why there should be,) lie is singularly unfortunate in hi. choice of the solitary ex...

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. — 31 July 1872

THE FAIRFIELD HE ALRD Publiihed livery Wednesday at WINNSBORO, S C, By IDESPORTES & WILLIAMS. 0 TERMS-IN AD VANCE. One Copy one year, - - 3 8 00 Five " 4 6 " 1260 Ten " " " - 20 00 The Blues and the Greys. The campaign of Greeley and Brown is beginning to develop some features of peculiar interest and beauty. The questions involved in the campaign, and the new attitude of plarties; and many old political oppo bouts, are exoceediigly favorablo for the e.chibition of the true spirit which thould animate a republi. There is a design on foot to give this spirit form and substanco and ex lptession more eloquenrit than any form -of political harangue. A Greeley and lBrown Club is to be organized under the name of "The Blues and the Gres." It is not a ward club. The membership is to be drawn fron St. Louis county, and will be col posed only ofmn who were enlisted in the late war on one side or 'the other. Those who were in the North. crn army will be uniformed fin blue, and those who w...

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. — 31 July 1872

0 r Extra copies of the Ni:wu can be obtained at this office. Price 5ets. per copy. One Thousand old papers, suitablo for wrapping goods, for sale at 50ots. per hundred. Apply at this office. 0 Winunstoro Grango meets next Saturday. A full attendance of membeis is earnestly desired. Let this new enterprise receive proper en couragement, and it will prove suc cesful. Now Advertisom uts, Irish Potatoes-McIntyre & Co. Another lot of lardware-0. I. Deolined. We have been informed that Mr. I. J. Kelley has retired from the canvass for the lower branch of the Legislature, and declines to have his name used any longer in conection therewith. Georgia Politics. Gov. Smith has been unanimously re-nominated for Governor of Georgia, and a complete electoral ticket helect.. ed. The campaign has fully opened across the Savannah, and the Em.ire State of the South will give a good account of herself when the battle. cry is sounded. Broke Loose. The weights attached to the Town Clock, broke loos...

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. — 31 July 1872

The Fairfield Herald. PUBLISHEID - EVERY~' 17E1). 'EN J)R . A Gallant. Deed, -- Uvi linAcE ilAnITFY. The storm was at its height ; the vpray driven, in blinding maxses, Le. fore the Noveiber gale, and a fright. ened crowd were gathering on the pier below the light-house, watching it intently, and trembling for its un hap11py inmallto. For three days 'the storm had con. tinued, and no one dared to venture out to tho rescue of tho light-keeper who was scel, at tiies, to come to tho Ulpcr windows of the building and mako frantio signials for iellp. lie had gone out to do his duty inl the gliht-house, two days before, and tle Storim had, ineresed in violence utiil bie dared not retirn, Whil lie hesititted, the great waves which had been for years sapping the foundat ions of the weakly built pier, swep t away a hundred feet of the ,trcie ture', be tweenl the land and the lilIt hous, leaving that building supported by forty feet of 11ood and iron, while cvery returning wave was tearing it...

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. — 7 August 1872

D "esportes& Williams, Proplietors. A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquirv, Industry and Literature. [Terms---$3,00 uer Annum, In Advanor VOL. VIII.] WINNSBORO., S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 7 2[NO.8 TIllE FAIRFIELD HERALD is ru1niLISIisD) WIKK.LY BY DEISPORTIES & WILIAMSI, 'ern.-Tu: 11 vin.i) is publishedl Week ly in lte Town of Winnsboro, at 83.00 in variably in advance. Oiiy" All transient advertisements to be paid in advaioe. Obituary Noticesand Tributes $1 00 per sqnare. T'he Fruit of the EMIl Sceit Rown In North Carolina--The Black Cloud in the The seed sown by Secretary Bout well and those who have united with hiin in the attempt to excite the pas tions and hatreds of the negroes of North Carolina against the whites begins already to bring forth its legit imate fruit. YestQrday there was a political meeting at Charlotte, in that State, called by the supporters of the democratic ticket and addressed by Senator Schum. In the courso ot the proceeding a bla-...

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. — 7 August 1872

THE FAIRFIELD HEALRD 8 Published Every Wednesday at WINNSBORO, . ., ny DESPORTES & W IJRj A MS. --0.9 0 TERMS-IN AD YANCE. t Ono'Copy one year, $ - 3 00 Five "6 '' " 6 12 50 Ten " " " . - 25on0 I All 'Alp l tl the illuilillity of 1 iuer1 l e People. t E11 C eAM No. 1, S&UTIERN CRoss IIo'ritEoi(IOo, RICLAND, VA., July, 1872. Our order is composed of coifed crate Soldiers alone, who had an ulu.. 0 blekmished record during the war. 'Its objeots are, to perpetuate the memory 'y and heroism of our fallen comradcs, to aid the families of' our former brethren in arns who nced assistance, ind to try and prcscrve the truth and purity of history. Ve 11r now specially engaged inl th sacred duty of raising funds to assist llollywood Momorial Associa. tion in removing the remains of our nos6o deadl from' ottysbuig ilad other points where they are neglected and I mistreated, to llollywood Cemetery l ner this city, whore, through the un. tiring efforts of our ladies, an hoinora- I bie rest...

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. — 7 August 1872

0-"' Extra copies of the NEws can be obtained at this office. Price 5ets, pot' copy. One Thousand old papers, suitable wrapping goods, for sale at 50ots, r hundred. Apply at this office. a:-T Winnbboro Grange postponed its meeting on Saturday last until next Saturday week, the third Satur day in the month. Fine Potato. Mr. Washing'on Muson laid on our table lust Tuesday a very five sweet potato, the firist we have seen this sea pan. Tomattoes. We are under obligations to Mr Robert Hawthorn for a lot of extra 9no tomattoes, one of which measured thirteen and a half inches in circum ference. ,The Town Was quite lively Monday, owinz to the crowd drawn here by the Court being in session. The rainy weather, however, prevet.ted as large a crowd from being on hand as usually coics in.. Nevertheless what it lacked in numbers, it made up in "sperrits." Backing Greeley and Brown, A. T. Stewart, the great Dry Goods merchant of Now York, sent his check for $20,000 to Hon. Ethan Allen, a few day...

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. — 7 August 1872

Th1ie Fairfield Herald. I' 4 IC1.1 i l :i .T'E R) " 'I wM UA IY.1) ). It is Ctr; la . 1! how cr - aly cvery Imd y\ fil! b( s ut a A .i0i Q lwrmm, nutd st Ii ves ra isc 1 1 : vp, wiCt eb er i::1. ly to keep the W'.<1 cree . 'T'here mhust be iu instw u.e m III pro" e lniin i1but if a perqmn .V.-d w ith a fait er bther lt NI into tie recumb lit n ,. d ut. t It 4 14101l illi. 1inelit. . Iiuist have drive 'n nile toI h-41 I aldy, faintin, wl upri-hat. j jo l C her Ipul!. -- , y ite ali Ippa. T M Y1 I , .1 1 I , e Q if I :A 1el:,41 : . n' im ( U .n r iil at .ie . i V. 0I ' I V . V ,1 41 1 i CI.<: d s on a ' 1 r l I 1 l4 twer ( l 4 I i A an1 I wiO e .\ t I ro l, : i. I~ , (h I p of Iriend , I I f d i "I.-\Iu'y h~~~~~~~r hcIiiy s f'IIb( j T 4 1 . . e I:T 1 r o i- ' l.. 1: l !,I.( .1- 1-' L t, the ' r4 , : h e the 10 , E e e . , t4 4 i ) j 'I '' fiC 1 4'n cr 444b ai C . 14 0o 4d t!) the ln: iv.:od in 'w:.n th~e loron e n - r V ow, Oh1 4 h 1m Ihimi i- pJrio I - it i ill I ' !w h'- fit n...

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. — 14 August 1872

P 4. *4 V# V---- -; Desportes & Wiliams, Proprietors.] A ramily Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquirv, Industry and Literature. [Terms---$300 uerAnnum,InAvanor VOL VII WINNSBORO. S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 14, 1872. NO. 9 TI1E FAIRFIELD HERALD IS PUnIMu[D WEiELY 11Y DESPORTIS & WILLIAMS, Termns.-Tu# P1 anat) is published Week ly in the Town of Winnsboro, at $3.00 in. variably in advance. gly'- All transient advertisements to be pal in nilvance. Obituary Notices and Thibutes $1 00 per equare. EnImuner's Ltter to Speaker Blain et Dear Sir: I have seen the letter addrnse'l to me by you throu-h the public prints, and I notico especially that while animadverting upon my suppoet of Horace Grecley you say not one word in vindication of that compound of pretentions known as Grantism in contradistinction to Re. publicanism which you would install anew in the government. You are greatly concerned about the company I keep. and to quiet your solicitude, I beg leave to say that i...

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. — 14 August 1872

IL FAIRFIELD HE[ALRD 1WJINNi; >, r C0 1 1 2 U '. Pr TI'w,ix :1 Wi IA .C' 11. (lnp ('py onte yer, - .. r: 3 (pp I'n<. . 15 . ; - - . 4- .IP 1:ti 3r. Lincoln A'liailly Wic-e. 1 TI' th e li .,t'r vf t!:e Tr i4'a ti. tiC l io No- York Times of thi da'., in en :'peti cl entitled "The i' ee ( t. ' tu:''e ,, t'ere is a htate. ~~~I f1 t '''~ i tl~cll ti .I r. ;, t~tr t'3' P1p to lj '.t ted v: 1' .1' ' ! ,h ' i' r w ith G e h a C r' : tc (n.11, jor ii' h :mr 1 ;, l vP n er t -y o 4 r it' h r h in .' 4 :~ jt'S p e %.:I: r I 'l I 1 :: l N t .. .t n i; v. 3 o i ' I be ' i ln la tr if t e o!' 1.'v 711" ;1 d ,~ ~~~ . Ii v o P.I I p I J -I I N. Ill C i'1 .u. 1'ee C i ne was! i n w < t n I y ;&: n ., \l . \'1 i if 11. C.' v i V t fi. .) , I i , t ir n''a *~~~~:, "hold 11): 1P t,.' I a v ir oe . r 31 . A p1; I v v I v ' II iO r-il colov.i I ) v'l ( I ll.~ P .v' \ ' \' . 11 vt . 1. , 1 An II In e ~ eItbr It-, the ratn~d n e metheine i, I i , w li i 3., i:,d 31. Ie ''I -i- ' 1 u h :: n:- ...

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. — 14 August 1872

E-IJxtra copies of the JNEws Call be obtainod at this office. Price 5ots, per copy. )no Thousand old papers, suitable wrapping goods, for sale at 50ots, r hundred. Apply at this ofilce. New Advertisements. Regular communication of Winnsbo. ro Lodge No. II A.. F.-. M.. Thurs day night. Strayed Mule-Charles Ilenderson, Just Received-D. IR. Flenniken. Grant and Greeley-M oEntyro & Co. Lemons-J. D. McCarley. Death. We regret to learn of thea death yes. terday morning of Annio Ilolmces youngest child of Dr. J. D. Cureton, Mts Zion Institute. We have been requested to state that the exercises of the above institu tion will be resumed to.day. Compe, tent persons have been secured to carry on the school. No Jurisdiction. Judge Orr deeded the other day that no legal tribunal in the State can take cognizance of eases of bastardy. Yet the Judge supports Radicalism, to which we are indebted for all short. comings in the law. Demooratio Victories, La-test advices from Kentucky, Utah and Mont...

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. — 14 August 1872

The Fairfield Herald. n l'residein (rini's iririisip for it Prom isil YoUng CU!lrctl S011l1 Curoli nii:i. 0 in 1867, the llon. David Clark, of l b.r iford Connecticut, patid the Pala. ry". of1 a 1Id y teaole r i a freedmlan' r t, in ColumiLia. Anoig her puijbl: wats one 11111es W . Smith, of remni arkablhi e a incss and C agrni ess. Sho pei sunidcd .\l r. Clark to take limt[ to Ih 1 t ford, where lie surprh ed every oe by his progreis, t.tinding first in1 a class inthe gritonar school of one huiidred nod (hity. lit was roon sentt to a high reliol, preparatory for coll ege. IIere h steod an exa'minn tion souperior I) atn <'lring the twelve yaVrs experie of tho necher. In S70, he was j.e;d in the loward 1:icroirty, bor (Conre.-smuan logo, If t : t It ,. g,% hi im ii appoint inie1n1it to W es.:;t I -initt. 'Thither hie N lit, and thouigh fji ty-s-even out (if eih 21y-livo white applmiatis failed, he pas ed his exwniination creditably. Unmith, crim"hdinedl to his patron hat, the serI...

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. — 21 August 1872

Desportes & Williams, Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquirv, Industry and Literature. [Terms--.$300 -erAnnumInAdvanor VOL. VIII.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 21, 1872.-[NO. 1 THE FAIRFIELD HERALD 18 PIl11811Ki) WEEKLY ny DESPORTES & WILLIAMliS, Terms.-Tins IIsci,, is publisliel Week ly in the Town or Winnsboro, at, 63.00 in variably in advance. 8i&" All transient advertisemen(s to be paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tiibutes $1 00 pr square. LcIlcr fro ani s|1 ul pliur SprIlngs. Wi-rE SuI.I'iuion SnImos, VA., August 10th 1872. Mesyrs. Editors : I wrote you last from Now York, and now undertake the pleasing task of interesting your readers, if so for tunate, with an epistle from this cele brated watering place. 1 shall not trou ble you with more than a simple para graph in relation to the all absorbing question, which, for several days past, has been on the lips of the innuincra ble politicians, who frequent this piace, viz: "...

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. — 21 August 1872

THE FAIRFIELD HEALRD Piblished I-:very Wednesday at WINNSBORIO, S C., i Y DESPORT1EiS & 1WI1LLEA11 . _-0 TERNS-/X I A D I'A NC!'. One Copy 01i.3 year, - . ; 300 Five .9 64 ' . 1250O o " " " - 26 00 TheIj Soutihrni a ppcal. VolA T A MasAcusi.:--r.TS 1.111m.i, atn. l'UniClAN TulINKS OF IT. The South has douno all that it can. It says to us : "Let it hO as you rny. I havO thiouglt that perhaps wo woro both of is to blame. But let all the blame, it' you will, fall upon my shoulders. -inted that in a parox3sn of imad fully I du, thiz chasm ; that I sent sorrow and bereavemont into your homes. Mla cnlla ; I have sinned. ]Eit have 1. not been punished for my sin? lave I not suffered ? llavo I not been uciompr-red, overwhelmed, ground dowu into the dust ? Iave I not tCei my servants put over my head as ily ruleris I Have I not been loaded down vith anl indebted ne a which it vill take generations to discharge? .11.avo I not beenm misgovernied, plun dered mnd humiliated a,; no .\glo. oni...

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. — 21 August 1872

0^- Extra copies of the NEws can be obtained at this office. Prico 5ots. t per copy. One Thousand old papers, suitablo t r wrapping goods, for sale at 50ots. r hundred. Apply at this office. C 1;-> Seecars. Nir. John D. McCarley claims to have the finest sogars in town. Mack will acept our thanks for a samplo f of the samo. Bishop Howe's Visitation. Rev. Dr. Howe, Protestant Episco- o pal lish op of the Diocese of South i Carolina, will visit this P'arish Sun day 29th September next. New Advertisomints. 0 Citaticn--W. M. Nelson, Judge of J Probate. Mooting of hook and Ladder Com. pany-D. R. Flonnikeu, Acting See- n retary. Mt. Zion School-Davis and Robert C non. Notice-W. B. Peakc, Clerk. o Furniture-It- V. Phillips. C Ellibou's Watermwellons-MeIntyro F & Co. 1 New Arrivals-G. A. Whito. n The North Caroliua Elcetion-Me- A Laughlin & Johnston. 1 Court, The Court was engaged Thursday morning in the trial of Essex McIriff, b colored, indicted for perjury. After 1 an absence ...

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. — 21 August 1872

The Fairfield Herald. PUBlLISHED I lET RA'IY TV7EA'.VASD)A lalrintg Feat of a New li tiven Womanl. Many of our readers remember, says tle New Haven Palladium, Miss Leona bare, who resided in this city last fall and winter. Shc performed in tle Theatro Cominie, and lier skill on tihe traptze nas the only redeoming feature of that concern. Sho went away from here last spring, and has been! West since, and has been thrill. ing people there with performance on at t ra pezo sus1pended to a balloon Iliclh was risiig. The first trip was made at IndianaIpolis, a few weeks ago. The balloon was inflated, and t a (luarter to eight was out loose, -nd tie ftine formed Leona, in cirous clotles, dangling down from the tra. peze bar, holding inl her teth a strap which encircled the waist of Tommy llall, a companion for ier first voyago in the air, left terra firma. Everything was still as death, and it was observed that Hall weakened a little, but the plucky "Queen of An title," Leona was perfectly...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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