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ANDERSON -ir .:- -:- SOUTH CAROLINA
Washington, April 23?-9 a. m.-Nelson O'Shaughnessy, the
American charge at Me?co Cit? has b-en handed his passports by
General Huerta and is pi eparing to leave Mexico City.
cnarge C'Shaughiesey telegraphed thc State Department under
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porta I am leaving tomorrow night or Friday morning.. .The measaga
waa given mit at 3:20 a. ra. 1
Washington, April 23.-9a. m.-Twelve Americana have been
killed in the occupation of Vera Cms. Thia was announced in a dis
patch from Rear Admiral Badger made public by the Navy Depart'
ment at 2:45 a. m.
Eight men were lolled; 30 wounded fighting Wednesday* An ear
ner report had put the second day's casualties to two killed; ten |
wounded, racking total six dead; 30 wounded.
Admiral Badger ?aid Mexicans often disregarded flag of. truce.
Americans in Danger in Mexico City.
W^hi~.^tcn 10:50 s .ps-April 23.-The navy and war depart- !
menta bava aaade plans for the early seizure of the railroad from Vera '
Crus to Mexico City. Private advices are that Americana ara in dan- j
.ger in Mexico City. Dispatches say that mobs are forming. Amer
icans on a street that ia menaced are concentrating in the embassy.
Many Americana There Yet.
Washington, ll a. m.--April 23.- -The state department has beeta j
advised that bat Wasp 800 and 1000 Americana ure in Mexico City.
To Bring Americana Home.
Waahingtcr., April 23.-1.25 p. m-The House resolution appro
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Mexico bade to tba United Stabes was acted upon favorably by the
Senate Oaatoaeete* today. Bill will be passed by Senate and signed
Maas'Make a Throat
j Vera Crux, April 23.-1:30 p. ra.-General Maas, former federal
cumnroMMT wi mw dry, ia reported to be planning to move on ans efcy
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wim serong TemimceiaeiKu.. . mais waa one or rn? _
atfaated at Torre?n.
No More Munitions for Mexico.
San Antonio, April 23.--ll a. m.--The second division army
'Wp<k?"*|irTirjrii ttHhfr received orders irom Washington to re-establish
?k* ta?Mu?o on ?uut Ir.to Maxien.. .The order wgill be nut'mto effect
The Mexicans Ara United.
Washington, April 23.-Word has roached Ute war department to*
thal tho fuel iah and rebels had united at Tampico to resist Amer
President Issues Statement.
Waabmgtoii, April 23.-?0.43 a. m.-Pr?sident WOaon ?sanad a
statement regarding Cerreaxa's communication, saying x "! wish to
rotterate with the greatest earnestness the desire, and mtendon ot Vaia
povrnmjtnt ?a to respect everv nosstbie wtv of t?e sovereignty and in*
^endtfK* of die people of Mexico,. The fcefmg and imer.tion? ?I
this government b not based upon politics.. .They ara based on sen
mn* friendship for the Mexican people, and profound respect for the
re-establishment of a constitutional system.. .Whatever unhappy cir
cumstances of neceisi tites arise, this object will be held steadily in
view... But we are dealing with facts.. . Whenever and whoever, the
dignity of the United States is flouted, its international rights invaded,
this government must deal with those actually m control*. . lt ie now
dealing with General Huerta in the territory he controls.. . We are
I dealing poly with those whom be commands and those who come to
i his avyyQii.. . They wO?'? law?ul?y ??p?mem ??cr people of mexico.".
Embargo o nthe Border.
. . San Antonio, April 23.-Headquarters ?aid the embargo would be
effective at points along the border within the confines of this depart
ment. . . Officers would not discuss details.. . Both federal? and rebels
control ports of entry opposite this jurisdiction.. .Telegraphic . orders
were immediately sent out along the border?. .
. . In a short ?pace of time the embargo wa? effective over the stretch
of more than 1,500 miles from the mouth of the Rio Grande to the
California border lisse.. .The patrol along this strength ha? a strength
of 10,000 men. I
No More National Guard.
Washington, April 23.-The war department plans do not con
template*, the enlistment of any commands outside the regular militia !
organizations. There were many such during the Spanish War, in
c uding the famous "Rough Riders."
Refugees Sent to Galveston*
Washington, April 25.-Rea? Admiral Badger Thursday reported,
that the American foreign refugees had been -taken from ampicoi
"thronghythe courtesy of British and German cruisers," and reported
all quiet at Vera Cruz. The refugees are being sent to Galveston.
Badger will charter ships for this purpose. j
Returned to Germany.
Washington, April 23.--Disposition of the guns and ammunition
on the German vessel Ypiranga, held up at Vera Cruz when Admiral
Fletcher otok the port was arranged between Secretary Bryan and the
Germ?n ambassador. The captain of the vessel being unable to s
cure clearance papers at Vera Cruz will return the cargo to its former
owners In Germany.
Pushing Out From Vcr* Croa.
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with a detachment of marines. They are stationed a few miles be
yond the city's western limits on the railroad. They took, a light held
piece with them;
With the exception of the tramping of American detachments,
there was scarcely a sound in the city though troops have been pre
pared for an attack ever since the city was takeh. An occasional in
fective sniping shot is heard in the suburbs- One American marine
\ (is killed during the night by a young blue jacket Who became ex
i ' ltd when upon sentry duty. He saw a figure in thc darkness, forgot
his Instructions to challenge three times arid fired immediately, the
marine falling dead.
? Marins? Advancing t swars Cspsai.
' Washington, April 23.-'3:t 4 p. m.-American marines today
gained possession of the breastworks three miles from Vera Cruz- This
ls on the railroad to Mexico City.
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General Ortega in Command.
El Paso, April 23,-3:25 p. rn,--It is said that the Mexican forera
moving toward Juare* are commanded by General Ortega- Col.
Hatfield has received; orders to re-establish the embargo on arms, and
it has been put into effect here.
Intentional Bridge Saved.
Eagle Pass, TcxavApril 23.---2:37 p. ht.-A party of Mexican fed
erals was prevented from blowing up the Mexican end of the interna
sce net oday. The Mexicans already, have destroyed thc machinery in
jiional bridge by the arrival o? the American border, patrol on. the
i the railroad ahupa at Piedras Ncgi-^i, opposite herc and are blowing up ?
I railroad switches and-have nut the telegraph office out of commis-1
Marching to Defend of juarez. ., I
El Paso, April 23.-^-2:16 p. m*-Four Mexican troop trains, one
train loaded with horses and ammuntion are said: to have left Chihua
hua last night Tor Juarez. Cot Hatfield, commander-at Fort Bliss,
has asked the department for instructions. At Juarez every effort
was being made to conceal the news of the movement of the trains.
. HE KL IS HUERTA'S PHOTOGRAPH.
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j William Bayard Hale draws this appalling pen picture-of the dicta
tor of Mexico:
( The chife actor, Huerta, an ape-like Indian, aged, one-eyed, sub
sisting on brandy, when the moment of his triumph was fully come,
rose from breakfasting with the President's brother, beckoned a file of
soldiers, arrested him, had him carried away to be shot to death and
his body thrown nito a hore; went to the palace, embraced tfte Presi
dent whose chief commander he had become through portestations of ;
faithfulness to death, and signalled his guards to arrest him. By
promises of safe-conduct out of the country, the. treacherous general
secured the signatures of President Madero and Vice President Pino
Suarez to deeds of resgination; hastily gathered less than a quorum of
Congressmen in a chamber filled with soldiers and commanded by ar
tillery; had himself acknowledged as Pr?sident; carried Madero and
Pino Suarez out into the hight and had them shot to death behind the
Perhaps this is enough to sufegesj thai ?jarecoUJd be ito. cation of
recognising Huerto afc. the head of a la vf ul. government-rohce it had
been resolved to scrutinize revolutions. But indeed ti would surely
have been impossible for.tragic rorrtaace to h?ve imagined a character
so hideously villainous as Victoriano Huerta, Of it career so. c?rrrptete?
ly justifying the refiittl to rfccoghiie him.
Cthtf po^srs ?h?S>.s ??i?St bf giving the *??sii? -id usurper
immediate recognition. Very *tlt; the United StaLs ls not a follow
er of other powers, lt ls, it h?s been* frorrt the beilHning of Hs his
tory, the moral leader of the. world. * ? * * * lt ls the mere fact -
that great pow?rs have no r.rthsciences----*u4 rite Urtked Stetes has a
conscience. W? af* ? lt?p^$rJbte. unable tc rid cursives of a s?c
judcle ?trainst murder* .* * * This is hypocrisy; ^ntltnentallsnv
Quixotlclsm, ofrettsive ttt?r?l ??&?rlofity.. sri th? British Journals say.
No. it ls hot sentimentalism: lt ls a plain sturdy rrior?llty, to which,
unfortunately, the foregn politics of too iriahy other- nations are
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".???i cc^tr^snfiu* t& ea?t^o?%tS>
areea-W*. *#? t*.-Tb? flrat moa- "nanda la tW,
Oily report ai tb? cuUi ot rural polka Ta.* ot tba Oma?- ^ lea*-;
sw0a? en*- coUeetel animating jo toe al? to the rural oflW^lti rnfnrce
$?40 and set.ure? of a?y(iBt-*lngtni>M?V. I
MAY LOAN FARMER
Statut of the New Financial In
stitution Made Known By
(Dy AaSOujaUxi FrvBb.)
Washington, April 22.-Official an
ituU?CtilMp?C wno mon? otu ino nmgiuj
.?Apartment today that national banks
members di the new financial system,
legally may make loans secured by
raaii estate, provided such real estate
security ia improved farm land un
incumbcred by a. prior lien.
The property must be located in
the Same Federal reserve district as
the bank, making the loan; the loan
must not exceed fifty per cent, of the
actual value of the property, and ba
tor a period ot not longer than Ave
years. Another provision la that "the
total of such loans by any back must
not exceed one third of its time de
posits and must In no case exosed
one fourth of tbs capital and surplus
of the bank."
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e State News. o
Supreme court has ruled- that in
the casa of Ualcho school district.
Mal boro County, the trustees acted
property In Keeping out of Behool
certain' children who were not "of
pure Cancasion blood,*'
Governor Bleaae will open his, cam
paign: ip the Up-county with, two
speeche? at SpaftaaDurs; Tuesday, ?me
for farmers and one for mill opera
tives, -..v.v *.
Wader waa awarded a verdict
ia #> auk against Colina
U#. The claimed, she w*s
y hot water bottles,
les at the ChfexlDStoh navy yard
lavar thinks he will
of $110.000 for
river for nkr
fteai strawberries: of the season
?lava been put on the market at Con
~% ?. SSR*^' ..'e^w. o? theArcade
Cotton ?WI? and a prominent mer
?t??ijg?HlU. ls dead. '
. ?-c ?"wicaio court ?5 considering
?he cas? of Luther E. Bmoak of
Dr?tiMMir* who. la trying to get his
^htfqrejrt fi'oa^Ulr grandparents, Mr.
A.. a U?t^eJA ona ot lile wealihy.
jurista. aK Aiken, witt have to nay M76
ft"!-*? w ftiaaiu vavis because of
CiaM'ett lirai church wilt sell
sake* Ur th? Ice Cream parlor^liprr