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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 29 April 1885

r\-v .> " -1' <x~ . - ...... g 1 H 11 r' . LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. . WEDNESDAY. APRII. 29. : : : 18S5. Terms of The News and Herald.? Tri-weekly edition, four dollars^er annum, n advance. Weekly edition, two uoiiars - , per annum in advance; two dollars and fifty cents per annum, if not paid in advance.. Rates for Advertising.?One dollar I>er inch (solid minion) for the first insertion, and fifty cents per inch for each subsequent insertion. These rates applv to advertisements of every character, and are pavable strictly in advance. Obituaries ancl tributes of'respect are charged for as advertisements. Marriage notices, and simple announcements of deaths, are puD ? lished free, and are solicited. Liberal terms for contract advertisements. 21*'*' Advertisements. Notice?T. K. Elliott, R. C. Goodmg. ^ Kentucky Males and Horses?G. W. Crawford & Son. Eead F. W. Habenicht?s advertisement. Citation?J. H. Boyle s, JutUje of gpgfjfr irrooaie. Wanted?A School?Rev. R. M. p Latimer, Wa...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 29 April 1885

f i^w-rwrwirg AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT. Raising Livestock. In a private Jeiter, Vice-President "* " ""?! -/ vr-.w.u rVt?Ai;?o fhnc il. 13. wiison, ux j.>unn wiuiiuut iuiw expresses himself: "I have just the December Cultivator and glanced Over it some. It is as bright and entertaining as ever. Mr. Tillman, of Hamburg, S. C., is about correct when be says the salvation of fanning with us consists in raising livestock to improve our lands. My plan is to feed up about everything raised on the except flour and cotton, thus making cattle to sell imnrovinir the land with their inannre. And I intend fo follow this I ?Ian right along regardless of everything. This will make oar farms pay and keep ns well supplied with provisions at the same time. Nearly all enlightened farmers do this, and" the poor Southerner, with his all-cotton and gullied-soil is about the chief exception. Necessity is the only thing which will ever drive him into a better system. Other and good plans for improving la...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 6 May 1885

' WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, 188,5^ ^ ' ~ i, ' . On the Cars. Crowded cars. Conductor pone, Pleasant day. Drummer "fly." Maiden trav'ilnsr Looks at maiden Far away. With a sigh. Vacant seat, Asks the maiden By her side. "Is there one . Only one Loves you more - In which to ride. Tban 1 have done?" Dandy drummer, Maid looks conscious, j Slack mustache. Rather coy. ^ ^ I Thinks good chance Drummers neart - To mate a mash. Full of joy. B Grinning, asks "May I ask A May he ride Wondrous bliss, In vacant seat For the boon By her side Of one sweet kiss." Maid says "Yes," Maid says "No, Looking sweet, 'Twould hardly do, _ Drummer happy For there's one To his feet That loves me true." Happy drummer! "I will win you Hare-earned cash. From his side," Spends for "goodies" Drummer says, For his mash. With conscious pride. ? .'' , - ""Train boy's stock -^Hardly think so," Disappears, Maid replies. Grins with joy, " 'Tis conductor," To his ems*. Blank surprise. Sells $he drummer "He's"my...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 6 May 1885

* ?P?a%v?5 . V" . l^mHiaiMi THf MWS AND HEKALf. ] wrv~v?r-. c / > i ,. v- ?l U? V# SSh ^ :JIK 55 ?r I kg- ? #v *r ' I WEDNESDAY, MAT G._ : : : !S85 j ry<>. ?l RETS OKI) S. I &Z. xcj&oxjtLm T "DiTc: sCol. T. Stobo Farrow, of South Carolina, has been appointed to a $2,000 position in the Treasury De V. pipartment. ' " Admiral Jouett has informed the j r. - i . !Nary Department that he will go to f*.Papains, and hopes that he may be able to settle the difficulties now existing1. Forest fires are raging in many of the mountain counties of Virginia, and hrrit&iags.in many cases are endanger\ se&Lj It is stated that the a loss is the " *Beavfest for years. Gexeral Grant receives each month the sum of ,$1,333.33, which is onetwelfth of his" annual salary as General of loocf va i^UlCU iiOCr. JL UiO i-J iviu-v enough to keep him comfortable iithis declining years. 'The Government is negotiating to move $35,000,000 from the mint in San Francisco to the mint in New Yor...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 6 May 1885

Wmm ^ - - - - ? LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ITEDXESDAT, MAT 6. : : : : 18S5. Terms of The ^ews asd Herald.? Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per annum, a advance. Weekly edition, two dollars per annum in advance; two dollars and fifty cents per annum, if not paid in advance. Rates for Advertising.?One dollar per inch (solid minion) for the first insertion, and fifty cents per inch for each subsequent insertion. These rates apply to fi'lvmkpnipnt^ r>f even- character, and are payable strictly in advance. Obituaries anti tributes of "respect are charged for as advertisements. Marriage notices, and simple announcements of deaths, are published free, and are solicited. Liberal terms for contract advertisements. X ,v Atiyerii^emeiiTs. Local Briefs. . ?"The best currencv is dollars and sense." ?Senator Woodward was in town on Friday. ?There are several very fine garl dens in town. fk ?It is said that some of our farmers Bk are chopping out cotton. ? Read the new advertisements of J. M. Beaty &...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 6 May 1885

j" ' ? . ^ yMg???fr? -fry raa , ' GLANCES OF RETROSPECTION. 1 1 mnK rpnrvAT, KiLl/UJJUXil/lXUJIR V/2 JLUX< ? RAIDS IX SOUTH CAROLINA. How the Soldiers Managed to Violate Every j Hole of Civilized Warfare -The Wanton Desolation of Peaceful Homes. [WRITTEN FOB THE NEWS AND HEi;*.LD.j My father was an ardent Stare-Rights advocate, and from him I inherit my wHrnpDtioe fnr mv Revolutionary ances tors, aud glory in the name of Kebel, whether attached to the patriots of 1776 or of 1860?against King George, the Third, or against Northern Abolitionists, who brought the "Nations wards" from Africa for their own benefit, but finding that they were un profitable in the poor ana rigorous climate of New England, forced them on the South and then began to be shocked at the sin of slavery. "Year after year, seut up wailing lamentations about Southern wrong-doing, bringing all the power of press and pulpit to arouse a fierce fanaticism; until finally their efforts culminated in one of the bloodie...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 13 May 1885

^^^^^^**^^^g^S?ffSSE^S?SSEBS^^S^&^^ESS^^?B^BS?BBBS^B^^^^?BBSSSB3B?S^SSBSB?SSSB^SBttBBfB?SSSOStSBBBSB??BBBSS?St?BS3BSSBSBESS3B3BSSBBS&BSSSE?S!^??BSS^^ %. : WINNSJBOBO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MAY 13k 1885. ~~ Fishermen Urave. l Three flsbciuiea went payly cut into the Norti;? Out into the North ere the sun was hipht And they chuckled with pice as they sallied forth. Resolved to capture the trout?or die. For n:en will Csli. rnd xr.cn wili lie. About the trout I hey "caught on the fly"? Their Sunday-school lesions scorning-. Three- fishers lny unner tue trees at noun. And "blamed" the whole of the Cnny race; ^ For never a nibble fciu? touched fly or spoon. w And each sigheu as ho wet the hole in his face. For men will fish and men will lie, 1 . if And the way they caught t:out when no* body's ni-.-h Is something- to tell?in the morning. ' Three fishermen came into town at ni^ht, j> Ar.d their "spcckied beauties" were fair to ecc: They talked of their "sports" with keen deBght The ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 13 May 1885

m rm I mpm l j 1r-Ste THE NEWS AND HERALD. | * * r1""" " I WENMSBOROi s. b. ! WEDNESDAY. MAY 13. : : 1885. j JXO. 5. EEYXOL&S. ) y Ezkcoks. W. X. 3?cDOXAL2>. ) William K. Robertson. There hare been few men more actively and continuously identified ? *n TToii-finl/l fKon Willi ptiuiiu OJU.au 9 111 x auuviu uiuu i William R. Robertson. Born in the | Longtown section on the 30th Novem- j ber, 1S18, he spent among this people j the long life that ended peacefully on last Wednesday afternoon. Judge Robertson was the son of Thomas Robertson, and the grandson ofj Captain Robertson, who served in the j Revolutionary War, commanding a I company in the battle of Eutaw Springs. He received a sound common-school education, and afterwards studied law in Winnsboro, under the Hon. Joseph Woodward. lie was admitted to the bar in December, 1840, and practised for a time in partnership with Jno. M. McCall. He was married in 1844 to Miss Elizabeth C. Rabb, a most estimable lady of this county. ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 13 May 1885

% |> ? LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. | "WEDNESDAY. MAY 13. : : : : 1SS5. J Terms of Tirn News and IIei:au>.? Tri-weeklv edition, four dollars per annum, i'd n advance. Weekly edition, two dollars j per anmtm in advance: two dollars aim fifty cents per annum,, if not paid in advance. Rates fou Advertising.?One dollar jut inch (solid minion) for the first inserrtiu.i, and fifty cents per inch for each subsequent insertion. These rates apply to advertisements of even* character, and are payable strictly in advance. Obituaries ? antl tributes of "respect are charged for as advertisements. Marriage notices, and simple announcements of deaths, are pubrlislietl free, and are solicited. Liberal terms foi* contract advertisements. N ".v Ad vertXemenTs. Xew Arrivals?S. S. "Wolfe. Sale Under Mortgage?W. K. Doty & Co., Mortgagees. ^ Xotice to Creditors?Thos. W. Brice, ^ Aumimswuiui. gifr Municipal T?x Returns?I. X. With|?| ers. Clerk of Council. < B ^; Summons? Ragsdale & Ragsdale, ' Pla...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 13 May 1885

r fiii milii in ' BjgZSroMMMniijgi AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT. Mechanical Work in Farming. Eds. Country Gentleman.?In these times when prices are low, and profits are figured down to a small margin, it is important that farmers should use every effort to reduce expenses wherever it is possible; and there is no way in which this c-a>? be done to better advantage than I?y learning the Bsc of tools, and fitting themselves to do mv.nv odd jobs about the farm, j whiclMvoald otherwise cast them both tiij^e and money. It is not expected that they are to become skilled in all the mechanical arfs, but it is a very easy mutter to learn the u?e of tools which would be required in doing the greater part of the repair work about the farm, such as mending chains, welding: irons, sharpening plows, re pairing wagons, machinery, &c.; and as these breakages usually happen at a time when either a crop is being pnt in, or the harvest gathered, and delay means loss of time by hands, and often, at ce...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 20 May 1885

'ft ' ' r ~ "winnsborq, s. c., Wednesday, may 20,1885. ' The First Cloud. They Stood at tV- aitar one short year aco; ^ He vowed 1'roru he troubles of life to deB fend her, r To have her and h.->ld her for weal or for woe, * She spoke the responses in accents most ten, der. To-nigrht, in t >om. they are sitting apart; Oh! has all her wifely devotion been wasted? ^ She mopes theve in" silence, a pain at her HP The lamps are unllghted, his 8uppcr un- j HW Their sky, ess- vn cloudless, is now overcast: j For joy there is sorrow, for gladness dejec- I The serpent has entered their Eden at last, f ^ And left its dark trail on the flowers of af- i gip^SsgS? fectioa. W Oh, -nay ttflere be in her bosom a pain, J * A grrle? that she vainly endeavors to smoth- j rer; ?t?d^ht he has told her, in language quite | plain. She can't co?k his meals half as well as his motaes. A SEA-SIP K ROMANCE. ' . "But how can I help feeling neglected and miserable, Ned? You scarcely look at me when Miss L...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 20 May 1885

SHETEWS AXI) HERALD. ' WIXXSBOBO, S. C. W2D>ESD.VY. MAT 20. : : t 1885. y'/ >. ii?si I y Editors. tf. Z. XcDOSALD. ) It is slated that up to ihis time the publishers of Grant's book have received 100,000 orders. Secretary Bayard has been the subject of a good deal of criticism since he became a member the Cabinet, and it is stated that he regrets very much leaving his seat in the Senate for a position in the Cabinet. A civil service examination will be held at Columbia on the 9th of June for the benefit of those who desire to make application for positions in the government departments at Washington. A correspondent from Washington /"-am t ltd /\p ( ? I- I iiiav in/o\ \ i v/4 w???? forma, will be appointed to succeed Bruce as Register of the Treasury. This will be an excellent selection io represent the Pacific slope. The bond of the newly appointed Collector of Internal Revenue has been received by the secretary of the treasury and he has reported it all right. It will not be...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 20 May 1885

r f- * LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ~ :/ ... p. WJEDNESDAT. MAY 20. : : : : 18*5. TekmsofThe News and Herald.? Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per annum, 11 advance. Weekly edition, two dollars per annum in advance; two dollars and mnnum if not r>aid in ad mtj tciito? A r vance. Rates fop. Advertising.?One dollar per inch (solid minion) for the first insertion, and fifty cents per inch for each subsequent insertion. These rates applv to advertisements of even- character, and are payable strictly in advance. Obituaries W and tributes of "respect are charged for as advertisements. Marriage notices, and simple announcements of deaths, are published free, and are solicited. Liberal terms for contract advertisements. fch N-;v Advertisements. F Poison?W. E. Aiken. Citation?J. R. Boyles, J. P. Jack Notice? D. Hipp & Co. Notice?T. K. Elli<Ttt, Intendant. Stoves, Stoves?J. JE1. Cummings. Fresh Groceries?McCarlev & Co. General Insurance Agency?J. C. Caldwell, Insurance Agent. . Home Com...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 20 May 1885

AliKiCULTUKAL iHSFAKTMEXT. Bill Arp on Farm 1115;. It/s a wonder to me that everybody don't go to farming. Lawyers and I doctors have to sit about town and j play checkers, and talk politics and j ~ wait for somebody to quarrel or fight, or get sick; clerks and book-keepers j figure and multiply and count until i they get to counting stars, and the i flies on the ceiling, and the peas in the dish, and the flowers on the papering; the jeweler sits bv his window all the year round, working 0:1 little wheels, and the mechanic strikes the same kind of a lick every day. These people do I not belong to themselves; they are all I penned up like convicts in a chain j gang; they can't take a day nor an hour for recreation, for they are the servants of their employers. There is no profession that gives a man such freedom, such latitude and such a variety of employment as farming. There's no monotony upon the farm. There's something new every day, and the changing work brings into action every...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 27 May 1885

^ a 3?. . ^ ^ ^ - - . ? WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 1885. . " . ' ; At Night. J. ^ Hark! how the Winter's wind doth whistle i shrill And 'gainst the frosty pane doth sharp impel His warlike :z>;-niery of shot and shell With all the stit-?. ,:b of an unconqnered wilL | The feath'ry pint* with glitt*ring store are ! bright. And nil along . maples" slender 'iubs & Ri:n veirs of silver?suddenly there* gleams Tbrougli & rift?one fair, falct beam of lijrht. The tbwjirted *vi7. - good-night. Now drop# &ir night's pii>. V Hear the loud wind swirling from ice-flelds far, ' And Jo! (KhC.u out-twinkling, star on star, Ba? Tlie lights of home far shine with rays all HBmy magical. How blt^t beyond all knowledge, love, were \r? If but on* .igbt mi?ht glow for thee and me. I II. rnlsee<ii^ .nen should be the storm-swept sky. Unheard the wind, the rattliug of the sleet Against the pane. lor ohl thy presence Thy b*/id?thy voice?thy fond, approving: tye Would make for ra...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 27 May 1885

/ THE NEWS AND HERALD. WIXN'SBORO, f; : l?~> 51 W W: ^ ySTBDNESD.lY. M?Y 37. : : > 1SSS. jyO. S. BBYXOZltS. v.Ji - v pditoks. 7T. L. JfcDOXALD. ) Judge T. J. Mackey, with Col. Jno.. It. Abnev, formerly of South Carolina, now of New York, as attorneys for W. B. Hazeirfhare broughtrsuit against the New York Times for $100,000 damages. The New .York World gives the Tribune a good hit when it says: "The President is making appoint+v?of /vtt/\ t-a f\*am blithe rvrvv uguuiiviuwvu ?kv??< the New York Tribune. So long as he continues to do that he will have the people -with him." It is reported that when the announcement was made to James G. Blaine tbat Logan was elected United States Senator, he said: '-John A. Logan will be the Republican candidate for President four years hence!" It seems from this that Mr. Blaine has given up hopes of ever occupying tne "White House. It is stated that Fred Douglass was so much worried at the objections raised against him for renting a pew in th...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 27 May 1885

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WEDXESDAT. 33 AY ST. : : : : IS-.5. | Terms of Tiie News and Herai.i>.? j Tri-weekly edition, four dollarsper annutn, i xi advance. Weekly edition, two dollars j ? per annum in advance: two dollars and ; t lifty cents per (Cnnura, if not paid in ad- j f vance. Rates for Advertising.?One dollar j per inch (solid minion) for the lirst mser-1 tion, and fifty cents per inch for each sub- j sequent insertion. These rates apply to j advertisements of everv character, and are Mr payable strictly in advance. Obituaries j r and tributes of respect are charged for as advertisements. Marriage notices, and j simple announcements of deaths, are pub- j lished free, and are solicited. Liberal terms ! lor contract advertisements. N .* AuwrtUemMirs. ^ Ice-F. W. Ilubeniclit. Fresh Groceries?Propst Bros. Xew Barber Shop?Alex. Patterson, j ?? Dental Notice?Dr. Jas. D. Bhfhain. | ||P It Stands at the Ilead?J. M. Beaty j gP^ Statue of Liberty?Richard Butler,' ^ Secretary. Fifiy Dol...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 27 May 1885

: j. ? AGRTCULTinSL DEPARTMENT, j 11 -*S S*. Observations en Southern Agriculture, j Eds. Country Gentlemen: It was may lurtune to make two trips to Xew Orleans last winter and spend twentytwo days south of Mason and Dixoirs j line. The views of the southern coun trv, and its agriculture and civilization were to me more interesting than anv- ! thing I saw at the Exposition, although \ there was a great deal there to interest j and instruct. In regions like Western Kentucky j and Tennessee and Northern Missis-! sippi, the absence of grass seems like ; an insult to nature. In Tennessee, I residents told me that clover would | grow three feet high, and timothy would cut two tons to the a and I at f lolly Springs, in XortheVn Missis-; sippi, I saw a splendid sod in some I imnroved eronnds around a hotel. 1 This was apparently Kentucky blue j grass. A gentleman with whom I talked at New Orleans?a magistrate living near I Jackson, Temt.?told me that hay was j worth $15 per ton in his coun...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 3 June 1885

* > , 'jum, * p ===="r~~ WINNSBORO, S. CM WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 1885. ' Bic'e a Wee, and Din.na Fret. i " Is the road very dreary? && Patience yet! Sw Reft will be sweetor if tbou art aweary, ^ And after ni;rht cometh the morning cheery. Then bide a wee and dinna fret. The clouds have silver lining, Don't forget: And though he'6 hidden, still the sun is shinf Courage! instead of tears and vain repining, Just bide a wee, and dinna fret. . With toil and cares unendingArt beset? Bethink thee how the storms from heaven descending. >Snap the stiff oak, but spare the willow bending. And bide a wee, and dinna fret. Grief sharper sting- doth borrow - From regret: m But yester<*?y Is pone, and shall its sorrow r Unfit us few the present and the morrow? Nay; bide a wee, and dinna fret.' An over-anxious brooding Doth beget A host of fears and fantasies deluding; Then, brother, lest these torments be intruding. Just bide a wee and dinna fret. , ^ | ?Every Other Saturday. r ? OX A ...

Publication Title: Fairfield News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield news and herald. — 3 June 1885

THE NEWS AND HERALD. WIXXSBOBO, s: c. WEDNESDAY. JU>*E'3. : : : : 1885. JSO. S. REYXOLDS. I Ei.ir- i.s. jr. J.JfcDOXALD. j - ' --- I Since Secretary Manning took charge I of the Treasury Department the services of sixty clerks have been dis-1 pensed with, as the interests of the ! government do not require their ser-1 viccs. The decrease will result in an j annual savins: of not less than $G6,000. i Ex-Sexator Thurmax was inter-1 viewed some time ago in reference to j nsing bis name as a candidate for j Governor of Ohio. He unhesitatingly I says that in no case will he be a candi- j date, nor would he accept thenomina-1 lion if it was unanimously tendered him. Ix the number of appointments made by the President on Saturday the names oi two soum uaronnians ap- j pear. Mr. W. D. Warner, who lias! been in the consular scrvice for some : years, goes to Cologne. Mr. L. D. Pringle goes as consul to Tegucigalpa, j Honduras. Both positions pay a sal- j ary of $2,000 annually. Twexty-oxe ...

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